Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Day 4: Soon and Very Soon

Thanks a lot to Drizz for the O8 book! I ordered it today and it should be here by the time I am ready to.. err.. able to hit the tables again. I am interested in trying out O8. The thing that has hurt me in the past is not really knowing what to do post flop. I think this will help. I look forward to playing some Omaha again. I tried Omaha High and like it then got pulled off track with HE. O8 will be my 4th Poker game online: HE, Omaha High, O8, 7-Card Stud High. I have mastered none of them but it is fun trying new things. I am probably going to play my level (3/6) or one level below when I start. I do not know if this is too high? I sort of do not think the talent gets any better from .50/1 to 2/4. Anyone else have a suggestion? I am thinking I might try and win my first buy in playing some HE and then go from there. That way it is really just play money.

Nah Nah Nah Nah! Studio loses the bet. Anyone else? I think I am going to make it. I want to play Poker but do not feel the need to do so. I have been picking up some side contracts while on hiatus and making a little bit of money.

My comeback to Poker will be fantastic! The first night is going to be the Porsche contest on Saturday! Woo Hoo! Wish me luck. I could soon be driving a nice, hot, babe magnet, car! April has agreed to go parking with me! Or did she slap my face? I forget. oh well. Guess what: Only 50 people in the contest so far! Nice! Tell Empire to shut up about the contest. Idiots! I want less people!!!!!

Sorry for waking you up Al! Keep up the good work!


Blogger StudioGlyphic said...

Rockin. I may just come sweat you on Empire during the contest. Can't give you any advice, though. I have no idea what I'm doing in tourneys. I do know this, though. I was playing a tourney last night and QQ got cracked by 24 who made two pair on the turn and river (I know... wtf?), and KK got cracked by AQ on the flop.

3:39 AM

Blogger Drizztdj said...

If you go gambOOOOling in the pot limit 08 games bring a tilt protector. Chips go a flying in those games and suckouts are very common. But, play tight and they'll usually pay of your nut hands.

5:53 AM

Blogger April said...

As long as I get to make a few laps behind the wheel first, we can park that baby anywhere. ;)

2:00 PM


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