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« Reply #60 on: June 03, 2018, 04:04:15 AM »

This was a great sweat last year, all the best this year pal
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« Reply #61 on: June 03, 2018, 05:02:48 AM »

$2500 mixed triple draw

Mid level five, (200-400), busted, and so rebought. That was a shame, was very swingy, got to a height of 15,000, and then promptly lost every pot to lose it all. Busted in a three way spot that gave me a good opportunity to treble- I started 7432 for the best one card draw, and got almost all the money in pre draw. They both drew two, we got the rest of my money in after the first draw. So I had three shots at it but hit the delightful  and .

Second bullet

This is making me wonder slightly what I missed out on, very different table! Very splashy, and one guy is limping (literally) every pot. There's going to be some profitable but high variance spots
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« Reply #62 on: June 03, 2018, 06:20:06 AM »

$2500 mixed triple draw

Level seven, second bullet, 16,300
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« Reply #63 on: June 03, 2018, 07:22:57 AM »

$2500 mixed triple draw

Down to 7200
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« Reply #64 on: June 03, 2018, 07:42:45 AM »

Down to 3400
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« Reply #65 on: June 03, 2018, 08:42:08 AM »

$2500 mixed draw

OUT on the second bulet. Got back down to starting stack, and then unavoidbaly lost every pot from that point. But before that, there was just one pot to contemplate. It was a loose passive table, so there were some unconventional pots! We went four way, and drew (2-2-PAT-1), with me being the pat on the button. I made J73A badugi, and the PAT cutoff bet again. It's really close in a big pot. He was pretty tight passsive, but unconventional enough that he may be patting any kind of badugi (even four way), making it right for me to raise and stand pat with my poor badugi. I decided to just call, which would probably freeze him into not betting the river, and thus allow me to have an easy fold if he did check the river. Of course the disadavtnage of not raising is that raiisng has more chance of knocking one or both of the other players off the pot. Ultimately, I decided to call, and one of the players drawing 2 called and drew one. He bet straight out on the river, which felt then like the easiest fold ever given the way he had played. But it's frustrating if me raiisng the turn would potentially hve knocked him out.

Anyway, a fun tournament, and it felt like it went OK apart from those couple of tricky pots described.

Onto the $10k omaha hi-lo at 3pm tomorrow
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« Reply #66 on: June 03, 2018, 11:32:52 PM »

$10000 Omaha hi lo

Just sat down to start, table actually looks good Mike sexton the only player I recognise.

Two semi interesting pots:

Raise  three clubs HJ, sexton 3bets button. I have no suits so just call. Flop three diamonds Two Clubs. I have one pair and bad low draw. I check, he bets, I call

Turn three diamonds Two Clubs . I check, he bets. Low draw may not be good. Probably beaten for high. I fold

Raise HJ, button calls. Flop . I have two pair, no low draw. Turn . I bet, he calls.

River . I have AQ. Ace of hearts in my hand helps a bit. I bet, he calls, and it's a nice value bet.

Got 53k, 50k start, although starting blinds are 300-500 and structure a little quicker than you would think
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« Reply #67 on: June 04, 2018, 12:10:47 AM »

$10k Omaha hi lo

Nasty one. Raise    two spades. Flop  . Have it smashed (although the 9 is worse than say a ten, as it restricts FH outs and makes a set over set less likely)

I bet, SB 2bets, BB calls, I 3bet, both call.

A blank or board pair would be lovely.

Turn As Two Diamonds. SB leads, BB calls, I call

River As Two Diamonds . SB leads, BB calls. I hate it obviously, but k do just about have to call. In fact, SB doesn't have the wheel that he is likely to, but the BB has a small flash. And SB has 56 .

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« Reply #68 on: June 04, 2018, 03:17:58 AM »

$10000 Omaha hi lo

52,000 near the end of level four (50k starting stack, it's one dollar for 5 chips)

Interesting one, was this an (albeit small) angle? I limp A532 at 500-1000 UTG, SB calls, BB (who obviously has the option to check or raise) puts in 1k and says 'call.' He shows up with AA55. If it was an angle, it's to make an 'accidental raise' to induce me to three bet. I guess he decide to just call (given he apparently thinks there has been a raise) with AA55 , but it Seems unlikely.
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« Reply #69 on: June 04, 2018, 04:37:32 AM »

$10000 Omaha hi lo

56000 start of level six
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« Reply #70 on: June 04, 2018, 10:25:03 AM »

10k Omaha hi-lo

Made it through to day two, with 106,500. A good day.

Had been just below starting til the end of level six, then had a great 7th level.

Amusing hand at the end where I had AQJ2 and we went 4-way 3bet pre to a turn of  . I bet the turn 4-way for value, thinking I had almost no high value but there was more likely none sharing my low than 2 sharing it.

River was  4a , so I really assumed I had no high, and it was checked three way (now felt very unlikely that there wasn't another A2). There was indeed another A2, but amazingly I had the high with AQ high.

Tomrrow would be a good day to run well. 2pm restart.
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« Reply #71 on: June 04, 2018, 10:41:56 AM »

Good luck tomorrow Stu
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« Reply #72 on: June 04, 2018, 10:42:23 AM »

Well done Stu, good luck tomorrow
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« Reply #73 on: June 04, 2018, 04:48:08 PM »

$2500 mixed triple draw, first break

End of level two, down to 8,200 from 12,500. A few simple 'didnt get there' spots, but then a slightly yucky but interesting one before the break.

Dealt     two spades in badugi, which is a mediocre made hand. Raise CO at 100-200, hoping to go heads up, most likely against someone drawing two. But, button three bets, and BB cold calls. The button's three bet will be about 70% good one card draws and 30% badugi. The one thing I cannot do is just flat, and stand pat, as I make msyelf vulnerable by turning my weak pat hand face up. So, the right option is to four bet. Button caps to five bets. BB folds and I call. The button now, whilst you can never be certain, should have badugi. I pat, he pats. I check, he bets.

This is nasty. He almost definitely has me beat. The options are

1) Call, pat again and check turn. Hoping for a check down, but planning to check fold turn.

2) Fold now

3) It is actually an option to call and draw three, getting 12.5 to 1 immediate odds. Which is very unusual but not as ridiculous as it seems.

I think I'm slightly short of the odds for 3), so actually choose to fold now. It seems a bizarre play of the hand, to go five bets and then fold to one bet on the first draw, but I think it's the only way to go with an unbreakable hand.

Restarting at 125-250.

Even if a bit short on the odds for 3) you could borrow some odds from the future action you'd get drawing 3?

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« Reply #74 on: June 04, 2018, 05:38:34 PM »

Good luck today, Stu!
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