Thursday, January 31, 2008

Riverfuckers, Al is Weak, and Studly Me

AlCantHangs shill the Riverfuckers is tonight.

Tournament: Riverchasers Online Tour
Where/when: Full Tilt, Thursday 21:00ET
Game: Deepstack NLHE
Buyin: $10+1
Password: riverchasers

There I shilled your lazy fat drunken ass. Speaking of Al how does he only make 1000 posts in 4 years? 1,629 Posts, last published on Jan 28, 2008. Suck that you fat asshole. You have been around longer than me but you have almost half the posts. Post more pr0n pics of bar chicks you loser.

I remember when there were just three bloggers, Al, Iggy and Dr. Pauly. They walked three miles in the snow to write posts. Blogger then ate the posts and they had to walk three miles back home, retype the post, and walk three miles back to blogger to submit the post again. In the snow. Uphill both ways. Good to see you guys are still around inspiring new generations of retarded blogger wars.

Speaking of shilling Fuel55 one of the WORST poker players in the universe is having thisbig ole cash game. Sounds like easy money. Fuel was too chicken to stake me a buyin. Perhaps someone will.. I think I will be playing this game by the end of the year anyways. I really feel good at my chances of getting to 10K by the end of the year. If I played this game I would feel good about getting to 10K by the end of the night.

I have been dipping my toe into the Stud-8 arena with some success. I have been learning a little bit about the game. I think pushing smaller edges in this game is a good way to get screwed. Even if your ahead there are many many many times you should just fold. I won 3 buyins yesterday then gave a buyin back at Stud-8 playing with naked pairs against small draws. If you do not at least catch two pair early you really need to let you hand go. EVEN IF YOU ARE AHEAD. At least this is what I think. You can get much better drawing hands than a pair. In the long run it will cost you AND your only drawing to half the pot. Bad poker. Anyway I am learning.

I also want to congratulate BuddyDonk for winning the whatever he won. I think he won something. I dunno. Anyway I was having some fun with him and hope he did not take it too seriously. I watched him make some LARGE laydowns late and play very un-buddy like and think that he might even be improving? Is this possible? Nahhh.. Just an off night. Congrats anyway you big Donkey you deserved to win.

Unlike Mookie who was second best last night. Tard.

Oh and Choad I have never been staked by you I think your money has Aids.


Blogger Joaquin "The Rooster" Ochoa said...

Push the edges in Stud 8. Serious, you will win more than you lose...but getting caught on the river is what it is...serious, a Donkey chases but a bigger Donkey gets mad when he's chased down. That is your bread and butter those people.

8:27 AM

Blogger Zeem said...

Think of the hands you're trying to build in terms of how many opponents you are up against. Also there will be times when you have a deceptive hand and your opponents will tend to make mistakes based on what you appear to have when you actually have something totally different.

Heads up a pair of eights can be a scooper against a busted low draw, but multi-way you want to be drawing to low straights, flushes and good lows with a pair of aces.

9:27 AM

Blogger lj said...

i <3 the title of this post

9:35 AM

Blogger F-Train said...

Isn't 7:54am a little early to be hitting the sauce that hard?

10:01 AM

Blogger Mike Maloney said...

Definitely one of your better posts in recent memory.

11:12 AM

Blogger Gnome said...

If you could make it to the big cash game, it would be a real event. If you won, it would be even better. I'd stake you myself if I weren't playing in it.

12:39 PM

Blogger Drizztdj said...

$4/$8 deep stacks?

Good luck.

12:54 PM

Blogger Buffalo66 said...

Two pair rarely wins in Stud 8, but when it does it is usually Aces or Kings up.

Otherwise you should only play scooping hands. Scoop scoop scoop. Don't play AKQ rainbow in stud 8.

It's cheap to stay in until 5th street. 5th street is the fork in the road, go big or go home. If you are chasing a boat w/ something like 7788 (bad idea), make sure you have pot odds to do so.

The push-pull concept of O8 applies here too, just no community cards.

3:51 PM


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