Thursday, November 4, 2010

As brutal as it gets



I still can't believe this hand. I remember reading about it in July. To actually see it now just makes me cringe and feel even more pain for this guy. Considering his position and the stage in the tournament, that river card probably cost him between 3 and 5 million dollars, and who knows how much more in future endorsements. Also this is more proof that we Canadians just run better than all of you :P

5 comments:

  1. I can feel the pain. Rencently, I lost 0.93$ on same situation...lol

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  2. Nathan?? was wonderiing for us micro players. If you had it all to do over again with what you know now. Do you think you wasted way to much time at the .01-.02 & .02-.05 tables and should have moved up quicker to take shots at .10-.25 and higher. Or would you suggest to get so many hands in playing each level for the experience.And proper Bankroll Management. Thanks Chris

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  3. My email is all-in-clubs@q.com if you want to answer my question that way thanks Chris

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  4. So sick, I woulda thrown up in my ballcap if that was me.What a bad time to lose that hand.:-(

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  5. Chris,

    I wasted wayyyyyyyyy too much time at those limits. I would not recommend playing that many hands there at all. Please don't do what I did lol. 100k hands is usually a decent ballpark indicator of your winrate. If you are having decent success over a sample like that, consider moving up. Move down for a few days if things go poorly and then try again.

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