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  7-Feb-13, 10:57   #1
hu today 0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
i was playin this guy in 2/5nl HE, he was reckless i tell ya, busted my AK of clubs with a 95 suited, we got it in preflop too lol but some good/odd(to me) hand histories from my shortlived HU game today with him today, guy was a nutso, made huge 3 bets/continuation bets on everything, never missed a chance... i mean NEVER

Hand 1:

Yachting Game #11615934: Hold'em No Limit (€0.25/€0.50 EUR) - 2013/02/07 - 10:38:35 (UTC)
Table 'Heads Up' 2-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: positivita (€52.90 in chips)
Seat 2: push27offsuit (€26.87 in chips)
push27offsuit: posts small blind €0.25
positivita: posts big blind €0.50
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to positivita [8h 8d]
Dealt to push27offsuit [Jh Kh]
push27offsuit: raises €1 to €1.50
positivita: raises €51.40 to €52.90 and is all-in
push27offsuit: calls €25.37 and is all-in
Uncalled bet (€26.03) returned to positivita
positivita: shows [8h 8d] (Pair of Eights)
push27offsuit: shows [Jh Kh] (High card King)
*** FLOP *** [5c 5h 4h]
*** TURN *** [5c 5h 4h] Jack of clubs
*** RIVER *** [5c 5h 4h Jc] 3 of clubs
push27offsuit collected €52.74 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot €52.74 | Rake €1
Board [5c 5h 4h Jc 3c]
Seat 1: positivita (big blind) showed [8h 8d] and lost with Two pairs, Eights and Fives
Seat 2: push27offsuit (small blind) showed [Jh Kh] and won (€52.74) with Two pairs, Jacks and Fives



2 hands later...

Yachting Game #11615956: Hold'em No Limit (€0.25/€0.50 EUR) - 2013/02/07 - 10:39:28 (UTC)
Table 'Heads Up' 2-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: positivita (€50.45 in chips)
Seat 2: push27offsuit (€52.24 in chips)
push27offsuit: posts small blind €0.25
positivita: posts big blind €0.50
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to push27offsuit [As 9c]
push27offsuit: raises €1 to €1.50
positivita: raises €5 to €6.50
push27offsuit said: ugh why u bet so much
push27offsuit said: no small ball
push27offsuit: shows [As 9c] (High card Ace)
push27offsuit: folds
Uncalled bet (€5) returned to positivita
positivita: doesn't show hand
positivita collected €3 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot €3 | Rake €0
Board []
Seat 1: positivita (big blind) collected (€3)
Seat 2: push27offsuit (small blind) folded before Flop

i dunno if that was a proper fold, i think i shouldve went all in but better safe then sorry i guess



Yachting Game #11615983: Hold'em No Limit (€0.25/€0.50 EUR) - 2013/02/07 - 10:40:21 (UTC)
Table 'Heads Up' 2-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: positivita (€51.70 in chips)
Seat 2: push27offsuit (€50.99 in chips)
push27offsuit: posts small blind €0.25
positivita: posts big blind €0.50
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to push27offsuit [9c Ah]
push27offsuit: raises €1 to €1.50
positivita: calls €1
*** FLOP *** [Qd 2s 6c]
positivita: checks
push27offsuit: bets €2
positivita: raises €4.66 to €6.66
push27offsuit: calls €4.66
*** TURN *** [Qd 2s 6c] 7 of diamonds
positivita: bets €8.16
push27offsuit: folds
Uncalled bet (€8.16) returned to positivita
positivita: doesn't show hand
positivita collected €15.51 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot €15.51 | Rake €0.81
Board [Qd 2s 6c 7d]
Seat 1: positivita (big blind) collected (€15.51)
Seat 2: push27offsuit (small blind) folded on the Turn

that was another 2 hands later... dont know what to think about that one either, guy had me flustered



Yachting Game #11616005: Hold'em No Limit (€0.25/€0.50 EUR) - 2013/02/07 - 10:41:15 (UTC)
Table 'Heads Up' 2-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: positivita (€57.55 in chips)
Seat 2: push27offsuit (€44.33 in chips)
push27offsuit: posts small blind €0.25
positivita: posts big blind €0.50
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to positivita [Jd 3d]
Dealt to push27offsuit [9h Th]
push27offsuit: raises €0.50 to €1
positivita: raises €2.50 to €3.50
push27offsuit: calls €2.50
*** FLOP *** [Qh 5d Ad]
positivita: bets €4.66
push27offsuit: raises €5.44 to €10.10
positivita: calls €5.44
*** TURN *** [Qh 5d Ad] 5 of hearts
positivita: checks
push27offsuit: bets €30.73 and is all-in
positivita: calls €30.73
positivita: shows [Jd 3d] (Pair of Fives)
push27offsuit: shows [9h Th] (Pair of Fives)
*** RIVER *** [Qh 5d Ad 5h] 7 of hearts
push27offsuit collected €87.66 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot €87.66 | Rake €1
Board [Qh 5d Ad 5h 7h]
Seat 1: positivita (big blind) showed [Jd 3d] and lost with Pair of Fives
Seat 2: push27offsuit (small blind) showed [9h Th] and won (€87.66) with Flush of Hearts

i got him back for sucking out on me for 5 euro in 5nl, but i dont understand his call though??!?! was a good call but very odd

i left after this hand even though i think i couldve cleaned him for much more, something was just off putting about him. maybe i shouldve just stuck around there longer, quite a bit of my BR i had grinded from 10 euro was at risk though, guess i didnt feel like being sucked out on for half of all my hard work Big Smile

Tis nice to make a quick 65 euros in maybe a half hour of playin... certainly beats sellin pot and washing dishes for a living, i even managed to break even after he cracked my AKs on the other table Evil Cool

     
  7-Feb-13, 12:02   #2
  0 
Fakiry 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 4764
I don’t know if you could have cleaned him more, like you’re saying. This guy showed he was really aggressive and, although you risk a lot, like you just did in the last hand you showed here, you could have a problem of having this guy always picking your small-to-normal investments on the game by betting a way higher values. That’s strategy too. You did well in stopping at this point, but don’t forget to take some notes out of this player if it happens for you to catch him again on the tables.

     
  7-Feb-13, 15:54   #3
  0 
thefly131 
Joined: Jun '10
Location: Belgium
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 1346
It would certainly be interesting to get some notes from this player and search him again to play again...
Better remember this name and keep looking for him.... he s your BR-booster

SO GL

     
  7-Feb-13, 16:52   #4
  0 
Macubaas 
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 6668
As the other said with people that play so aggressive it's hard to tell if it was a good thing if you stopped or not...

I'm sure you can find him other times too on the tables, you can always search for him if you want to play more Smile

     
  8-Feb-13, 09:48   #5
  +1 
retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 1490
Lol, I had a good laugh reading this. Seriously, you had the audacity to question my skill in my other thread, and call me a micro donk, and then you post s**t like this? Seriously, if you think you played ANY of these hands well, you're more clueless than I thought.

Wait wait. Let me post what you wanted to hear from people:

Keep min-raising against an agro player. After you've min-raised and they 3-bet, go ahead and fold a hand like A9, when you're likely miles ahead of their range. This is definitely solid play.

Also, donk-betting for more than a pot-sized bet on the turn, with nothing but a flush draw against 2 overs is GREAT strategy. Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

Also, you're willing to go all-in when he donk-shoves and you have KJs, yet you fold instead of re-raising when you have A9? Where's the freaking logic there?

But hey, it's YOUR money, and how you choose to piss it away is your choice. Just don't berate GOOD players k? Don't think you're something you're not. You got lucky in pretty much every one of these hands.


     
  8-Feb-13, 18:40   #6
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
Posted by retribution:
Lol, I had a good laugh reading this. Seriously, you had the audacity to question my skill in my other thread, and call me a micro donk, and then you post s**t like this? Seriously, if you think you played ANY of these hands well, you're more clueless than I thought.

Wait wait. Let me post what you wanted to hear from people:

Keep min-raising against an agro player. After you've min-raised and they 3-bet, go ahead and fold a hand like A9, when you're likely miles ahead of their range. This is definitely solid play.

Also, donk-betting for more than a pot-sized bet on the turn, with nothing but a flush draw against 2 overs is GREAT strategy. Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

Also, you're willing to go all-in when he donk-shoves and you have KJs, yet you fold instead of re-raising when you have A9? Where's the freaking logic there?

But hey, it's YOUR money, and how you choose to piss it away is your choice. Just don't berate GOOD players k? Don't think you're something you're not. You got lucky in pretty much every one of these hands.



do you want to play HU? last guy to talk like that to me on here lost when we did.

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your welcome to put all your money in on the flop with a weak ace. you say donk bet, i say semi bluff. why dont you play me before you berate me, i actually live off poker and a part time job bouncing downtown on the weekends, the f*ck do you do with your life.

why dont u post your youtube video of you talkin about poker so we can get a laugh out of how much of a loser hermit you are.

come on dont be shy.

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retribution sees 4 hand histories out of our 120 hands played and he knows all Worship

Edited by Jibberish (Friday, February 08, 2013 @ 18:48 GMT)


     
  8-Feb-13, 19:59   #7
  0 
BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Germany
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 1854
Posted by Jibberish:
do you want to play HU? last guy to talk like that to me on here lost when we did.


One HU definitely shows the skill difference between players.. lol

This was the most funny Ive read in a while tho:

Posted by Jibberish:
Tis nice to make a quick 65 euros in maybe a half hour of playin... certainly beats sellin pot and washing dishes for a living


Obviously its very substainable to have a hourly of 130€/hr playing one table NL50.. keep dreaming..

Dont want to come off harsh but have yet so much to learn in both,playing poker,and seemingly most importantly,the game itself.

     
  8-Feb-13, 20:42   #8
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
atm do you want to play again?

     
  9-Feb-13, 10:34   #9
  0 
retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 1490
Posted by Jibberish:
do you want to play HU? last guy to talk like that to me on here lost when we did.

Sure. Any time, any place. HU4ROLLZ lulz. Not to brag or anything, but I'm the reigning BRM HU champ, and it's not the first time I've won a HU tourney.

Posted by Jibberish:
your welcome to put all your money in on the flop with a weak ace. you say donk bet, i say semi bluff.
*** HOLE CARDS ***

Dealt to push27offsuit [As 9c]
push27offsuit: raises €1 to €1.50
positivita: raises €5 to €6.50
push27offsuit said: ugh why u bet so much
push27offsuit said: no small ball
push27offsuit: shows [As 9c] (High card Ace)
push27offsuit: folds

I didn't know you could semi-bluff pre-flop. Also, where do you see a flop in this hand? A9 is miles ahead of a hyper agro player. In fact, you're only beat by 1010+ and A10+. If that's not a fist-pump shove against a spewy agro player, I don't know what is.

Posted by Jibberish:
why dont you play me before you berate me, i actually live off poker

If this is how you play poker, I'd suggest you get a real job.
Posted by Jibberish:and a part time job bouncing downtown on the weekends
Is bouncing slang for "sucky sucky"? Smile

Posted by Jibberish:
, the f*ck do you do with your life.
I work online at home. Don't know what relevance that has to this discussion though?

Posted by Jibberish:
why dont u post your youtube video of you talkin about poker so we can get a laugh out of how much of a loser hermit you are. come on dont be shy.
I have a girlfriend and a kid. Also, I've posted my videos in here lots, and people seem to like them. Also, I have 74 subscribers, over 51,000 views and average around 200 views a day. I've had countless people message me thanking me for my videos. It may not be a lot of traffic, but it takes time to build a popular channel, and mine grows monthly.


Posted by Jibberish:
retribution sees 4 hand histories out of our 120 hands played and he knows all Worship


Well I will admit, 4 hands is hardly a sufficient sample size, but based on how god awful you played those 4 hands, I think it really speaks volumes about your style.

So, when we going to play?

     
  9-Feb-13, 11:14   #10
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Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
74 subscribers and 51k views, speaks volumes about how much more people want to be updated whenever u post a new video. post that video please, theres a few entertaining points id like to put out there. ill also play u on monday, id say right now but i have to get some sleep because i got real life to attend to later, something that doesnt involve a computer screen... you should try googling it sometime.


1 last note. you DO NOT have a girlfriend, dont even make me laugh. post that video of you talkin about poker. oh wait here's one yall



anyone can repeat something they heard off a site and pass it off as their own but you cant bluff me and say you have a girlfriend. youd need some false teeth and a visit to a weight loss clinc... maybe cut your hair while your at it.

next time dont try and make me out to be some pathetic online poster just trying to argue because i posted a couple hand histories that made you feel the need to personally harass me, do your talkin on the table, we'll play 4 tables HU 5/10 omaha yes? or if you have an account on yachtin we can play 4 tables of 10/25 omaha, id much perfer to play on yachtin since its euros and i have more $$ on there. your only response to this should be which one youd rather play otherwise i might feel oblidged to roast your pitiful life.

BTW, this is a cash game, not a tourney and your online career has a great dental plan. Thumbs Up

     
  9-Feb-13, 20:57   #11
  -1 
retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 1490
Just a question. You SAY you make your living online, playing poker. Okay, then explain http://www.bankrollmob.com/forum.asp?mode=thread&id=291603. I'm pretty sure a full time grinder wouldn't be starting a 0 - ??? blog, nor would they say:

Posted by Jibberish:
Figured I'd drop a blog, it's my first one on this site, im fairly certain at least. lol, but from the first month of this year I started with a BR of 0$ online, so I decide hey why not see how well I can do,


Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile So just admit it. You lied.

Posted by Jibberish:anyone can repeat something they heard off a site and pass it off as their own
Yeah, except I don't do that. Plus, a video is all about presentation. ie: how you share your knowledge, and make it interesting enough for viewers to watch, and share. I manage that just fine.

Posted by Jibberish:
oud need some false teeth and a visit to a weight loss clinc... maybe cut your hair while your at it.
I've been with her for over 10 years. She's not a superficial bitch, like the skanks you have to pay to go home with you.

Posted by Jibberish:
that made you feel the need to personally harass me,

Oh, kind of like how you just decided to attack me in my other threads?

Posted by Jibberish:
your only response to this should be which one youd rather play otherwise i might feel oblidged to roast your pitiful life.
Hmmm. I'd love to see how you'd achieve this. Big Smile Big Smile

Texas Hold'em. $2NL HU at either party or FT. 4 tables 1000 hands. Take it or leave it and be called a chicken.

     
  11-Feb-13, 23:37   #12
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
your stupid and you try to manipulate words, i said i play live. i kinda pity you going to every thread i post in trying to get some type of scoop on me. you want a scoop, ive already told you. i play live poker, usually 10/20 stud or 5/10nlhe, i dont like to play online much but i do mostly for fun in my SPARE time. i dont always win so i need a job working at the clubs as a bouncer sometimes to help support myself. i occaisionally play at caesers windsor but i mostly play in 'home' games with friends so we can avoid a 10% rake and actually play the games we want. i went to college for a very short term for marketing and business until i was kicked out and now have to pay back osap. do you feel like you know who i am now or are you just gonna keep taking shots in the dark. Thumbs Up

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on the other hand i can safely assume your an inbred loser who spends his entire life online quoting stuff he see's on 2p2 and talkin negatively or condescendly to people on forums and who also often contradicts himself. yeah because a BAP isnt a stake. you have no girlfriend, your 33 years old and you have no future ahead of you. congratulations retribution.

Edited by Jibberish (Monday, February 11, 2013 @ 23:44 GMT)


     
  12-Feb-13, 00:50   #13
  0 
Greenmohave 

Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 3361
I know it's achallenge for me once I've made it to headsup, but it seem's I've won several more times then I've lost once I get to this point.

One thing I've never played is straight out HU. I'm talking buying in to HU and going at it. I don't know why I'm so skeptical at taking the chance, but I am. I know jovica (our Mobster friend) plays HU or used to always post about it and seemed to fair well.

     
  12-Feb-13, 02:45   #14
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
jovica was pretty tough HU player, HU has lots of swings which is the dangerous part, personally i like to play super aggressive in them but within reason, i wont start callin 4 bets with nothing, its just about grinding your opponent down until they have to start taking chances because they end up short stacked, HU poker is where you can really define whos a better player because there is almost always a decision to be made lol i usually thrive in HU because im more of a PLO/postflop player, but on the downside im a really bad full ring player Thumbs Up

     
  13-Feb-13, 01:05   #15
  0 
retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 1490
Posted by Jibberish:
your stupid and you try to manipulate words, i said i play live. i kinda pity you going to every thread i post in trying to get some type of scoop on me. you want a scoop, ive already told you. i play live poker, usually 10/20 stud or 5/10nlhe, i dont like to play online much but i do mostly for fun in my SPARE time. i dont always win so i need a job working at the clubs as a bouncer sometimes to help support myself. i occaisionally play at caesers windsor but i mostly play in 'home' games with friends so we can avoid a 10% rake and actually play the games we want. i went to college for a very short term for marketing and business until i was kicked out and now have to pay back osap. do you feel like you know who i am now or are you just gonna keep taking shots in the dark. Thumbs Up

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on the other hand i can safely assume your an inbred loser who spends his entire life online quoting stuff he see's on 2p2 and talkin negatively or condescendly to people on forums and who also often contradicts himself. yeah because a BAP isnt a stake. you have no girlfriend, your 33 years old and you have no future ahead of you. congratulations retribution.


Yeah yeah yeah. You're a liar, and no one likes you. So, I was on FT all day, and you didn't show up for our match. Guess you're too chicken huh? Or were you busy flipping burgers at your job at mcdonalds? Smile

     
  13-Feb-13, 01:13   #16
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
you dont have a life do you, you can call me a liar all you want but i proved ur just an internet troll in the thread where you obviously avoided posting this.

     
  13-Feb-13, 02:20   #17
  0 
retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 1490
Posted by Jibberish:
you dont have a life do you, you can call me a liar all you want but i proved ur just an internet troll in the thread where you obviously avoided posting this.


I'm going to avoid cross-posting and keep this in 1 thread so that both your threads don't keep getting bumped. See other thread: http://www.bankrollmob.com/forum.asp?mode=thread&id...

for all future trolling Smile

     
  13-Feb-13, 02:38   #18
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
i bet the word jibberish has reached a massive all time search in google also

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thx for bumpin that

     
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