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« Reply #30 on: July 09, 2017, 04:28:20 PM »

Good luck later Stu.
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« Reply #31 on: July 09, 2017, 07:08:41 PM »

All the best today Stu
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« Reply #32 on: July 09, 2017, 10:45:33 PM »

So, woke up feeling good, so decided to play 1B. Table looked ok, but from seat 9, saw a ginger haired fella in the 1 seat. I thought I had read on facebook that he had played yesterday, so I briefly thought "you're not the real Firaldo," but sadly I was wrong. Since then, we have had the wrong end of seat changes, and have added Wesiner and Barbero.

Hands to follow at dinner break but currently. 38k
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« Reply #33 on: July 09, 2017, 11:02:55 PM »

Last day is by far the best for my money.

All the needy and desperate scrape togther enough stakers and loans to get in. Plus a huge number of satty winners.

Easy choice for me.
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« Reply #34 on: July 10, 2017, 12:12:06 AM »

35k end of level two
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« Reply #35 on: July 10, 2017, 02:17:39 AM »

End of level 3 (dinner break)

Wifi has been bad on my phone, sorry.

28,100. Ah. Lost almost every pot I've played, a ton of small-medium ones

At 75-150

1) Third hand of the day, SB limps to my BB. I raise to 450 with   , flop is   two hearts, he checks, I bet 450, he calls. Turn is two hearts three diamonds to make me a flush. He checks, I bet 1,000 into 1,800. He check-raises to 3k. He is a youngish guy who looks good, but I have never seen him before. I call. River is two hearts three diamonds . He bets 4,800 into 7,800. I can surely only beat a bluff. I fold. He has played well since, but there has been nothing to suggest this was a bluff. It still may have been, but especially early on, with limited info, it felt like a fold

At 150-300

2) There is one rec at the table (it has remained a tough table). I raise   MP on his big blind to 750. Just he calls. Flop is   two spades. I check behind to induce bluffs and to allow him to hit, as it's arguably not 3 streets of value. Turn is   two spades . He bets 1k, I call. River is two spades . He bets 2k, I call, he has hit the river with   .

At 150-300 (25) (level 3)

3) Firaldo opens UTG to 800, oldish guy who has played tight passive calls hijack from 20k, Weisner calls SB, I have in the big blind. I make it 3,200, Firaldo folds, oldish guy makes it 9,600 from his 20k stack. Didn't feel like a trap as it came to me before I 3bet, but easy fold.

Going back to 200-400 (25), two two hour levels to go
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« Reply #36 on: July 10, 2017, 03:37:30 AM »

200-400(50)
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Raise to 1k UTG, I peel small blind with , firaldo peels big

checked twice, river is , I value bet 1700, original raiser calls and has 88. Surprising flop check
25,200
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« Reply #37 on: July 10, 2017, 03:49:00 AM »

200-400(50)

Raise  lojack to 900, solid pro peels button, semi rec in bb calls

Flop , I bet 1,700 into 3,350. Both call. Pot a big 8,450.  22.4k behind

Turn . Rec leads 5,100. It's a fold. Sigh

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« Reply #38 on: July 10, 2017, 04:24:45 AM »

200-400(50)

Rec player throws in a 1k chip Lojack. He has plenty of black 100 chips. Weisner throws in a 1k chip on my right. I have

I'm 99% sure that

A) he meant to raise
B) it will be ruled as a call, and
C) weisner thought she was calling 1k

I make it 1,800 from 20.5k stack. Both call

Flop  . Checked round. Turn is . Rec bets 5,100, weisner calls, easy fold.

River is a queen. Rec has AK. Ouch, would have been so sweet to get it in pre

18,200, there must have been 14 circa 2-3k losses
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« Reply #39 on: July 10, 2017, 05:09:23 AM »

I have 18,200 at 200-400(25)

UTG raises to 1000, weisner calls button. I have Ak in the small blind. 45 bigs. Really did think about shipping and taking the 3k, but 3bet to 3.6k

Flop QT3 rainbow. Definitely thought about it, as I can bluff small, but AQ most likely hand for both. Its close. I check. Both check after tanks.

Turn QT35 . Three tank checks.

River QT356. Two checks. Weisner bets 5.4k into about 11.5k. Really thought about calling. It somehow felt like it, but realistically she can have not much more than aj and kj as bluffs, may value bet down to 99, and there is the small chance of an overcall from the third player.

Preflop: There was a good reason to think about the 45 big shove even though its small blind vs UTG. He had raised 4 of the last 6 pots, and after looking at his cards UTG, had that slightly exhausted "well I guess I've got to raise this one as well" look, which I thought may well cap his strength to TT/AQ (and most likely be those hands or slightly inferior .
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« Reply #40 on: July 10, 2017, 05:42:35 AM »

14,200 going into last level.of day.

Cannot win one. Raise QQ hijack, solid player on button calls. Flop

  . I check, he bets 1.3k into 2.3k, call.

Turn is . Check, check

River is . I check, he bets 3k. I fold.

Its not a definite fold but it is a fold. He hasn't been caught bluffing all day
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« Reply #41 on: July 10, 2017, 05:58:58 AM »

They keep coming.

Limp SB vs firaldo BB. Flop  . Bet 1k into 1400, he calls.

Turn  . Ouch. I check,  he bets 2.5k of my 11k. Its definitely close but I fold, will write more on it later

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« Reply #42 on: July 10, 2017, 06:41:21 AM »

Boom, lets go

Raise to 1.1k from 10k, hijack and button call. Checked all the way to the button on river on

two spades

Button bets 5.2k into 4.8k(!)

I called with AT high, he has

On one hand it's kind of easy- he can literally have almost nothing, but where it would leave with. 4k, and there is some small fear of AJ/AQ or a random 44 or something, it felt good to make

18k
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« Reply #43 on: July 10, 2017, 07:15:30 AM »

OUT

Took one more raising KQ and cbetting J42, up to 20k

And then, six hands after the AT call to get back into it, the deck made it simple by just coolering me out of it.

Raise    at 250-500 (75) from hijack to 1,200. Firaldo three-bets to 3,350. I had actually been working out what I wanted to do about the circumstance of a 40BB 4bet jam range in this kind of spot vs Firaldo; there was a possibility of a light 4 bet all-in- it definitely felt it would be plus chip EV with a lot of hands, given that he could use the factor of not wanting to shove 40bb light against me.

 But JJ was a no brainer part of the range. He had 3bet me twice off 40bb in the previous level, and had three bet a lot vs Weisner's deeper stack to my direct right. I'm not sure if he would 3bet-calloff tens, but he definitely had enough 3bet-folds to make it a no brainer with JJ.

He had  . Board   

Really gutted, feels a bit more brutal after making the right decision with AT to get back into it. Hit only two hands all day- the early flush, which as the day passed seems even more of a lock decision to fold the river, and the small flush vs Firaldo, where the 4th spade hit the turn. That would be my one question mark. His turn sizing could carry some small pairs turned into a bluff. But really, the gutting thing was that there was not much to think about really all day.

Thanks so much for the staking guys, sorry it's not better news.
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« Reply #44 on: July 10, 2017, 11:56:37 AM »



Unlucky. Didnt stake, but have enjoyed silent reading your reports (the holdem ones mainly).  You have a great knack for including detail without too much waffle.
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