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  2-Sep-12, 07:59   #1
Deep Run again 0 
zeroster 

Joined: May '11
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currently in 8th position out of 15.

$2.20 NLH 756 starters.

And busted out in 14th my 9,9 ran into 10,10

Edited by zeroster (Sunday, September 02, 2012 @ 08:07 GMT)


     
  2-Sep-12, 08:13   #2
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ayaraled 
Joined: Apr '11
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nice finish there....hope you make it in FT next time....really good finish though....

     
  2-Sep-12, 08:16   #3
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zeroster 

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Thanks. I'm a bit gutted to be honest was hoping to beat my personal best of 13th.

     
  2-Sep-12, 08:40   #4
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remco2504 
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What was the payout ?
And btw did you never won a MTT ever ??




     
  2-Sep-12, 08:49   #5
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zeroster 

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Posted by remco2504:
What was the payout ?
And btw did you never won a MTT ever ??




Not much of a payout around $13 for 15th.

I've won MTTs live in casinos but never online yet

     
  2-Sep-12, 08:49   #6
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pochui 

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great performance again- surely you will win one soon!

     
  2-Sep-12, 08:54   #7
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zeroster 

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Posted by pochui:
great performance again- surely you will win one soon!



Hopefully. Now, as I've been up all night earning a massive $13 I'd better go and get some sleep if I'm going to play that tourney of yours tonight.

     
  2-Sep-12, 08:59   #8
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Sorin888 
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In the final stage of o MTT you need some luck to reach FT.
You lost against a better starting hand so not much to complain about software.
Good luck

     
  2-Sep-12, 12:14   #9
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grahamy27 
Joined: Dec '11
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congrats on your finish..and goodluck for next tourney..

its hard to get a 1st, imo they give ya good cards as well as ur opponent so as to get tourney over quicker

Thumbs Up Dollar Thumbs Up

     
  2-Sep-12, 12:29   #10
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thefly131 
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nice performance...

I was just wondering why you get involved your last hand (pocket 9s ).
I could only imagine playing them on the button or just with a call and hoping to hit a set on the table.
When your so far in the torney with still a good stack (8 th out of 15th) I would not have put a lot of money on that hand, better waited for a better one.

     
  2-Sep-12, 16:27   #11
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noonlion 

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Posted by Sorin888:
In the final stage of o MTT you need some luck to reach FT.
You lost against a better starting hand so not much to complain about software.
Good luck


That's for sure.

Luck really comes into its own in the latter stages.

That's a very nice run though - unlucky to get dominated so bad in the final hand.

     
  2-Sep-12, 17:24   #12
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zeroster 

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Posted by thefly131:
nice performance...

I was just wondering why you get involved your last hand (pocket 9s ).
I could only imagine playing them on the button or just with a call and hoping to hit a set on the table.
When your so far in the torney with still a good stack (8 th out of 15th) I would not have put a lot of money on that hand, better waited for a better one.



Actually even though I'm in 8th the stack wasn't that great, about 15bb.

The situation was I was in the small blind and it had folded round to me so it seemed like an obvious shove. What were the chances of bb having a better starting hand?

     
  2-Sep-12, 17:30   #13
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teddybears73 
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nice finish there zeroster,can't complain about that hand either just a shame his was better than yours,but keep going you will win one soon Thumbs Up

     
  3-Sep-12, 14:58   #14
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thefly131 
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Posted by zeroster:
Posted by thefly131:
nice performance...

I was just wondering why you get involved your last hand (pocket 9s ).
I could only imagine playing them on the button or just with a call and hoping to hit a set on the table.
When your so far in the torney with still a good stack (8 th out of 15th) I would not have put a lot of money on that hand, better waited for a better one.



Actually even though I'm in 8th the stack wasn't that great, about 15bb.

The situation was I was in the small blind and it had folded round to me so it seemed like an obvious shove. What were the chances of bb having a better starting hand?



This indead makes a difference.

On the small blind it s explainable to go all in with pocket 9s

Also it s quite exveptional that your in 8th position out of 15 with just 15 BB, that s why I was thinking that I would not go all in with 99

But knowing this i would probably have done the same

Still congrat with the win...of 13$


     
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