It's Hard Being This Good
Well, I have had it for a bit with Poker. I am going to enjoy a little Poker/Blogging vacation. Only for about a week my dear readers, so you can come read about my pain back around the 15th. I just need a break. I actually will be playing in the Titan Poker 3K Freeroll this weekend, because it is free, but I will not Blog about it unless I take first place.
Drizz asked if I would have been upset if the other guy had turned over Q9 in my hand yesterday. The simple answer is: Nope. The problem with me is I am so good. I am almost NEVER wrong about my reads. It is almost psychic. I do make mistakes and read hands wrong like everyone else. However I would say about 95% of the time I put my money in the middle I have the best hand. The other 4% my opponent has a 5-7% advantage. The last 1% is when I like to bet into Full Houses and Quads. It is a hobby. Everyone has to have one. If you think I am exaggerating just ask Trauma or Veneno, they have seen it up close and personal. Ok, maybe I am exaggerating a tiny bit but not by that much.
It just seems like every time I have the edge I get beat. I am not even getting beat by good draws. Usually someone hits between a 1 and 3 outer on me to win. Sometimes I wish I sucked at Poker. If I was a donkey and was behind every time I put money in the middle it might be easier to take. I have been considering a frontal lobotomy in order to even the playing field but I have not made enough playing poker to justify this.
If you do not understand what I am saying then you’re just not good enough. When you reach my level you will understand. Some day I will reach the next level of Poker.
Level 1: You see what you have and think you have a chance to win with those Aces
Level 2: You see what you have and you know what your opponent has so you think you have a chance to win with that set.
Level 3: You see what you have and you know there is no way the online poker site will let you win with that so you push anyways.
Level 4: You see what you have and you know what your opponent has but you KNOW the online poker site will torture you with a cruel suckout but you push anyways.
Level 5: You know what you have, and you know your opponent has you beat, but you KNOW the site will for sure let you hit your one out because your opponent is on level 4 or below so you push.
Level 6: You just fold every hand except 72o because you ABSOLUTLY know that is the only winning hand in online Poker.
I shall return soon. Until then Via con Dios, mi amigo’s.