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  21-Jul-12, 07:16   #1
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retribution 

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So I've noticed a few fellow mobsters submitted videos for the "Help Rafa" contest poker stars is running. As you all probably know, anyone who entered gets a free $22 ticket to the Main Event.

Anyways, point of the thread is, I think anyone here who's entered should post their username, that way we can do a "last longer" and see who gets the furthest.

I'm anticipating it's going to be a tough tournament, given the Buy-in size, prize pool and number of entrants. This is the biggest BI tourney I've ever played in, so I'm pretty excited for a chance to play with the big boys for a shot at the 150k+ guaranteed for first. Heck, even a min cash in a tourney this big would be pretty sweet Smile

So yeah, post your names, and good luck to all Smile

     
  21-Jul-12, 07:49   #2
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bullettooth1 

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thats a good idea. i wish i took the chance to submit a video now Sad nevermind. good luck to all mobsters who are in the tourny.

bit of advice retribution. just treat it as a normal buy in tourny. its going to be filled with people who submitted these video's. so the field shouldnt be that tough. also you still get some fish playing at that level aswell.

when i played that $33 mtt i realised halfway through i was getting walked over because i thought the other players always had it. truth is, i think some players realised that i was giving people too much respect and exploited that for a while untill i realised and started playing back at them.
erm, so yeah, play how you would normally play a large field mtt and pay attention to what people are doing.

i wish you and other mobsters the best of luck and lets hope for a brm final table Big Smile Big Smile Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
  21-Jul-12, 08:01   #3
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retribution 

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Posted by bullettooth1:
thats a good idea. i wish i took the chance to submit a video now Sad nevermind. good luck to all mobsters who are in the tourny.

bit of advice retribution. just treat it as a normal buy in tourny. its going to be filled with people who submitted these video's. so the field shouldnt be that tough. also you still get some fish playing at that level aswell.

when i played that $33 mtt i realised halfway through i was getting walked over because i thought the other players always had it. truth is, i think some players realised that i was giving people too much respect and exploited that for a while untill i realised and started playing back at them.
erm, so yeah, play how you would normally play a large field mtt and pay attention to what people are doing.

i wish you and other mobsters the best of luck and lets hope for a brm final table Big Smile Big Smile Thumbs Up Thumbs Up


If I final table, I will personally host a huge prize pool freeroll for everyone here in the forums Smile
In fact, if I make ANY substantial amount, I will host a freeroll Smile


     
  21-Jul-12, 08:13   #4
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doomdy 

Joined: May '08
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Age: 46 (M)
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Posted by retribution:
This is the biggest BI tourney I've ever played in


You had a $98K cash at fulltilt you told us, that was a pretty buyin i guess...... /cry Sad

     
  21-Jul-12, 08:41   #5
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bullettooth1 

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Posted by retribution:
Posted by bullettooth1:
thats a good idea. i wish i took the chance to submit a video now Sad nevermind. good luck to all mobsters who are in the tourny.

bit of advice retribution. just treat it as a normal buy in tourny. its going to be filled with people who submitted these video's. so the field shouldnt be that tough. also you still get some fish playing at that level aswell.

when i played that $33 mtt i realised halfway through i was getting walked over because i thought the other players always had it. truth is, i think some players realised that i was giving people too much respect and exploited that for a while untill i realised and started playing back at them.
erm, so yeah, play how you would normally play a large field mtt and pay attention to what people are doing.

i wish you and other mobsters the best of luck and lets hope for a brm final table Big Smile Big Smile Thumbs Up Thumbs Up


If I final table, I will personally host a huge prize pool freeroll for everyone here in the forums Smile
In fact, if I make ANY substantial amount, I will host a freeroll Smile



sounds good to me Thumbs Up
thats very good of you. Big Smile

     
  21-Jul-12, 08:42   #6
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retribution 

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Posted by doomdy:
Posted by retribution:
This is the biggest BI tourney I've ever played in


You had a $98K cash at fulltilt you told us, that was a pretty buyin i guess...... /cry Sad


That was a $15 MTT and I won the ticket in a sattelite, so technically it doesn't count Smile

     
  21-Jul-12, 08:46   #7
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doomdy 

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Posted by retribution:
Posted by doomdy:
Posted by retribution:
This is the biggest BI tourney I've ever played in


You had a $98K cash at fulltilt you told us, that was a pretty buyin i guess...... /cry Sad


That was a $15 MTT and I won the ticket in a sattelite, so technically it doesn't count Smile


There must be some old dated database in which your name is imho.
Maybe you have it (or dont).
Lets get this over with imho, your claim is true or false.
If true all time BRM fame, false=shame on you bro Evil
Just my thoughts Agree

     
  21-Jul-12, 10:19   #8
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lukasb 

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Well i also made a video for nadal ( as lamme as it can be but for a free $22 who cares Big Smile ) but i only uploaded it yesterday morning so im not sure it'll be checked in time for the main event. They do state ull get a ticket of the same value in case u miss the micro millions one.

if i do get to play it ill be sure to say here what place i finished into. dont hope for much thou but fingers crossed!

     
  21-Jul-12, 11:47   #9
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teddybears73 
Joined: Nov '11
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Posted by doomdy:
Posted by retribution:
Posted by doomdy:
Posted by retribution:
This is the biggest BI tourney I've ever played in


You had a $98K cash at fulltilt you told us, that was a pretty buyin i guess...... /cry Sad


That was a $15 MTT and I won the ticket in a sattelite, so technically it doesn't count Smile


There must be some old dated database in which your name is imho.
Maybe you have it (or dont).
Lets get this over with imho, your claim is true or false.
If true all time BRM fame, false=shame on you bro Evil
Just my thoughts Agree



hey doomdy,do you actually think people come on here and lie about their cash out??
if there are then what sad people they are,having to lie about something like that, why? what is the point to it as i wouldn't think of doing it myself i can't see why other people would.

@retribution big
Thumbs Up if you did do that. cash out i mean.

     
  21-Jul-12, 11:56   #10
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doomdy 

Joined: May '08
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Posted by teddybears73:
hey doomdy,do you actually think people come on here and lie about their cash out??
if there are then what sad people they are,having to lie about something like that, why? what is the point to it as i wouldn't think of doing it myself i can't see why other people would.


Well, in the past there were many mobsters that lied about there past winnings.
I can name a couple but i dont.
Lets hope retribution had this big cash, wud be awesome imho Agree

     
  21-Jul-12, 12:03   #11
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teddybears73 
Joined: Nov '11
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Posted by doomdy:
Posted by teddybears73:
hey doomdy,do you actually think people come on here and lie about their cash out??
if there are then what sad people they are,having to lie about something like that, why? what is the point to it as i wouldn't think of doing it myself i can't see why other people would.


Well, in the past there were many mobsters that lied about there past winnings.
I can name a couple but i dont.
Lets hope retribution had this big cash, wud be awesome imho Agree



oh,right i see now,i bow to your greater experience,sad people that have to do that really.

not saying you retribution. (yet)
Smile

     
  21-Jul-12, 12:34   #12
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IslandJack 

Joined: Oct '09
Location: Belgium
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Like Doomdy says, we've seen a lot of Bull over the years (why?...no clue at all).... but I don't want to get pulled back into that kind of discussion.

Sooooo..

I might have time tomorrow, so I just played a 0.40c and 10 point qualifier.
All-in gambling fests to be sure, but I got my entry somehow and am registered. (for $1.20)

I hope I have the time tomorrow night and if I do, I'm in !
To the "who lasts longer" thingy. Big Smile

Guessing there will be well over 40.000 runners in that one, if not more... Confused

Good luck everyone! Blink

     
  21-Jul-12, 20:55   #13
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retribution 

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I thought I had cleared this up in the previous thread. But oh well, here's a screeny of my balance a day or 2 after, after I took a few "shots" at bigger stakes haha. At least I had the self control to stop after I tilted off a bit. Promptly withdrew the majority, left a few K on to keep playing with.

Then blackfriday happened Sad

*Edit*

So you can actually see the prize pool now, wierd thing is, 8700 players registered atm (Will obviously explode right when it starts) and top 6250 get paid at least $40. I've never seen such a deep prize pool like this, where such a big portion of the registered players will at least cash. Really looking forward to this tourney Smile

Edited by retribution (Saturday, July 21, 2012 @ 21:30 GMT)

Attached Imagesbinked it.PNG

     
  21-Jul-12, 23:14   #14
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Supererou 

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supererouu - my ID, GL all Smile

     
  21-Jul-12, 23:28   #15
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TheMachineQC 

Joined: Apr '10
Location: Canada
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 2090
I decided that I was gonna win this tournament Big Smile

Good luck guys Blink My stars ID: Cicatrace

Retribution: How do u go from winning 98K to playing 1c/2c zoom poker? Confused I want to believe you, but it's pretty weird, I mean you could play 5c/10c atleast Big Smile

     
  21-Jul-12, 23:38   #16
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retribution 

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Posted by TheMachineQC:
I decided that I was gonna win this tournament Big Smile

Good luck guys Blink My stars ID: Cicatrace

Retribution: How do u go from winning 98K to playing 1c/2c zoom poker? Confused I want to believe you, but it's pretty weird, I mean you could play 5c/10c atleast Big Smile


won it on ft....withdrew the majority of it kept the rest and was playing low stakes ants when ft shutdown.I'm sure you may have heard lol. what I withdrew bought my a new car bills and saving for kid etc.


------------
Just over an hour until tourney starts. Retributionn if you want to watch me play.

Edited by retribution (Sunday, July 22, 2012 @ 17:17 GMT)


     
  22-Jul-12, 18:34   #17
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IslandJack 

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Location: Belgium
Age: 53 (M)
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And....we're off !

Good Luck to everyone playing today. Blink
I'm 11769th out of 40.424 at the start.
That means nothing of course, we all have 10.000 chips.

Let's see who lasts longest. Big Smile

------------

WTF?
I just saw extended registration is 180 min ! 3 hours !! Shock
This thing is going to last until Tuesday for the final table.

Edited by IslandJack (Sunday, July 22, 2012 @ 18:43 GMT)


     
  22-Jul-12, 18:46   #18
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
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Thats for sure the longest registration i have ever seen.
Have never played a tourney with registration longer than an hour.
They are hoping for some extra cash there.

gl Island

     
  22-Jul-12, 18:47   #19
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BeMyATMplz 
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Just late reg's,username same as here,gl all

     
  22-Jul-12, 18:56   #20
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TheMachineQC 

Joined: Apr '10
Location: Canada
Age: 27 (M)
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We get a pretty nice deep stack to start with, but I suspect structure is going to get violent in an hour or two ^^

Played ultra agro at first, was getting lots of hands but never connected with the board. Managed to win my chips back with AJJ77 against KJJ77 so I'm still even for now!

     
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