Friday, August 03, 2007

Bitches

I went out with the exact same hand last night as I did in the first freeroll. At least this time I was out in sixth place instead of being the first tard out in 56th. The hand I played to get busted I am ok with. Only because I know that no matter what path I took besides folding pre-flop I was likely to get stacked. I could have jammed. Numbono would have called for sure. I possibly could have folded Queens on the J57 flop.. six sided.. against a guy who called my all in jam for 1/2 his stack about 30 hands earlier.. with KJo.. on a KQx flop.. with like four people in the pot... ummm no I think I would rather call.. Anyway.. his set of jacks were better than my queens and that was all she wrote. I actually lost the majority of my money with JJ vs TT against Goat, JJ vs KK against Jordon with a pre-flop push (5K to call, I had 17K, he was jamming a bunch).. and the final hand QQ vs JJ.. oh well.. I am not going to complain about a free 160 bucks in a re-roll. The win also makes me only down forty bucks for the entire BPT so I have to be in the 92 percentile at least.

Not sure whats next on the schedule.. feeling like playing a 50/50 tonight.. I also have a bunch of work to do for a project that is due Wednesday and there is always my level 22 hunter..

6 Comments:

Blogger Schaubs said...

I just think it's so ridiculous that you got to play in it again...I get taken out by a guy who was already out of the tournament. Such bullshit. I mean I am sure it is just waaayyy too hard to just exclude those who donked out the first time.

GG, I suck.

9:07 AM

 
Blogger SirFWALGMan said...

:)

9:39 AM

 
Blogger SirFWALGMan said...

If we are going to be honest you took yourself out jamming AK pre-flop against a raise when you were on the bubble and did not need to. Otherwise I agree but that is how they did it and when you give me a second chance I make good.

9:41 AM

 
Blogger Schaubs said...

Oh for sure, I understand that I completely and utterly fucked that up. I'm just a bitter monkey right now, and am still steaming mad at myself for making such a dumb and inexperienced move. It is sickening. Well done in making those chips go to work for you.

I remember thinking to myself right before I pushed all-in... "he has me covered, this is stoooopid" but it was too late.

Fuck, fuck, fuck.
I fucking suck.

10:24 AM

 
Blogger SirFWALGMan said...

I sometimes think the hardest thing in poker is letting go of hands not because you necessarily should but because "its not worth it".. this can include possible race situations like AK on a bubble or maybe having the best hand but a vulnerable one you should not really risk your MTT on.. poker is funny.

11:12 AM

 
Blogger DuggleBogey said...

In the live tourney in Tunica I got a free flop early with T5 and flopped bottom two pair. I bet the pot (like $75) and the player after me went all in for like $5k.

I let it go because "it just wasn't worth it."

Since I didn't money, I kinda wish I had called. But if I had moneyed, I could have looked back at that laydown and thought "that was a brilliant laydown."

12:39 PM

 

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