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  23-Apr-16, 19:18   #1
Final table hunting second straight day 0 
TheIrish77 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Canada
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 484
Playing one of the worst offered freerolls on Stars the BBB freeroll is only for a total of 10$. First pays 2.19.

Just hit the cahs stage and am sitting 18/24 4427 runners total.

Wish me luck guys.



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Nevermind just lost a flip and finished 23rd for a whopping 10 cents.

Atleast i got in with the best hand A6 vs KQ they hit Q on flop I improved to open ended straight draw on turn and bricked the river.

Another deep run but not worth the time really.

That's it for me and good luck to StheP in The Chrome VIP on Stars.

Edited by TheIrish77 (Saturday, April 23, 2016 @ 19:24 GMT)


     
  24-Apr-16, 00:44   #2
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SBEP 

Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 948
U really have a neck for this tourneys man, freerolls if i can say so my self, are the hardest to win or do good in, they have huge field of players, not to mention all the donks and bingo players who u have to avoid or hope your luck holds against, and they last for hours at a time, so congrats, not just for this one, but for alllllllll the ones u have in recent times made deep in, u r one sick puppy Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
  24-Apr-16, 08:29   #3
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doubletop777 
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 5310
You seem to be doing really well in these Tournaments and i hope it continues for you. I do not have the patience to play these Events and i admire the players who can concentrate for so long. Well done to you again and i hope you keep winning

     
  24-Apr-16, 17:16   #4
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pelinimed 

Joined: Nov '11
Location: Croatia
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 411
These format of game are design for players like you and these is freeroll for leaderboard.Think first 200 enter on premiere league where prizes are high

     
  24-Apr-16, 17:25   #5
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IceQueenAce 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 40 (F)
Posts: 2183
Posted by SBEP:
U really have a neck for this tourneys man, freerolls if i can say so my self, are the hardest to win or do good in, they have huge field of players, not to mention all the donks and bingo players who u have to avoid or hope your luck holds against, and they last for hours at a time, so congrats, not just for this one, but for alllllllll the ones u have in recent times made deep in, u r one sick puppy Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile


Freerolls are the easiest, not the hardest.

If you cant beat the donks, what hope have you got against proper players?



     
  24-Apr-16, 18:50   #6
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SBEP 

Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 36 (M)
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Posted by IceQueenAce:

Freerolls are the easiest, not the hardest.

If you cant beat the donks, what hope have you got against proper players?



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Donks, bingo players, are one and the same thing, for example, yesterday there was this donk on my left, soon as he saw an ace in his hand he shoved allin, i was dealt AK, so i raised to 4BB and right out of the gate the donk shoves, right then and there i know i have him crushed, i was going to be heavy favorite to take down the pot, every1 else folds comes to me i shove, we open AKvA6, thats 71% vs his 29% the flop QJ7 turn comes 9 and the river brings the miracle card for him a faking 6, now u say freerolls are easy, even dou i did everything right poker wise, even dou the donk knew he made a big mistake, he still won the hand, by what u say i am left to think u have not played freerolls that much, to say with confidence "they are easy to play", or if i cant beat the donk what chance i stand against proper player, well theres a big difference between proper player and a donk, proper player understands 3bet 4 bet, knows what cbet is, knows what betting for info is, knows what big bet on the turn means, knows what check check all in means, so i have allllllllll that to play against him to make him fold the best hand, my strength in poker is post flop game, so i know what to do in almost any siuation, whereas the donk doesnt have any concept and faking idea what all those things are, and just plugs along hits his one card and his good, so after u play as much as i have freerolls i am more then sure u will not say they are easy to play, coz i can play against all kinds of players NIT`s, ultra tight players, loose canons, pro`s, amateurs, but theres only one player i cant play against, thats LUCKY player.

     
  24-Apr-16, 19:13   #7
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IceQueenAce 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 40 (F)
Posts: 2183
Sorry TheIrish77 to derail the thread, but I couldn't let this go Smile

Posted by SBEP:
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Donks, bingo players, are one and the same thing, for example, yesterday there was this donk on my left, soon as he saw an ace in his hand he shoved allin, i was dealt AK, so i raised to 4BB and right out of the gate the donk shoves,


So, firstly, you get someone all in and are way ahead. So what's the problem?

If you can't consistently build a big enough stack in tournaments to absorb hits from the fish, you are probably doing something wrong

Posted by SBEP:right then and there i know i have him crushed,


You 'believe' you have him crushed. He could easily have a pair and you are flipping, you never know anything 100% for sure.

Posted by SBEP:i was going to be heavy favorite to take down the pot, every1 else folds comes to me i shove, we open AKvA6, thats 71% vs his 29% the flop QJ7 turn comes 9 and the river brings the miracle card for him a faking 6,


So you get someone all in, are a heavy favourite. Again, whats the problem?

Posted by SBEP:now u say freerolls are easy, even dou i did everything right poker wise, even dou the donk knew he made a big mistake, he still won the hand,


This time he did. Most of the time you double up and he busts.

Posted by SBEP:by what u say i am left to think u have not played freerolls that much, to say with confidence "they are easy to play", or if i cant beat the donk what chance i stand against proper player,


I didn't say that they are easy. These days nothing is easy in poker. But yes, they ARE easier than a game of proper players.

Oh, and LOL. I am approximately $40,000 up at poker over the past few years. The past three years I play approximately 2 hours in the evening, pretty much only freerolls, and have averaged a tad over $150 a month every month. This year alone I am approx. $900 in profit, from freerolls. And I am paying a $12000 wedding from poker winnings. Just so you know.

Posted by SBEP:well theres a big difference between proper player and a donk, proper player understands 3bet 4 bet, knows what cbet is, knows what betting for info is, knows what big bet on the turn means, knows what check check all in means, so i have allllllllll that to play against him to make him fold the best hand,


What? There is plenty in freerolls to make people fold the best hand. It is your strategy that is wrong.

Posted by SBEP: my strength in poker is post flop game, so i know what to do in almost any siuation,


Yet you give an example of someone being all in preflop Tongue

Posted by SBEP:whereas the donk doesnt have any concept and faking idea what all those things are, and just plugs along hits his one card and his good,


70% of the time he won't.

You would rather be 50%/50% ?

Posted by SBEP:so after u play as much as i have freerolls i am more then sure u will not say they are easy to play,


As above, LOL Tongue

Posted by SBEP: coz i can play against all kinds of players NIT`s, ultra tight players, loose canons, pro`s, amateurs, but theres only one player i cant play against, thats LUCKY player.


No such thing as luck in poker.

     
  24-Apr-16, 19:34   #8
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SBEP 

Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 948
Ok Icy have it your way, i see u are set to have it your way, as always Big Smile
so i am gonna let u have it, coz i am tired of explaining myself especially to a player that exactly knows what i am talking about.

     
  24-Apr-16, 20:02   #9
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teddybears73 
Joined: Nov '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 59 (M)
Posts: 3155
Posted by IceQueenAce:
Posted by SBEP:
U really have a neck for this tourneys man, freerolls if i can say so my self, are the hardest to win or do good in, they have huge field of players, not to mention all the donks and bingo players who u have to avoid or hope your luck holds against, and they last for hours at a time, so congrats, not just for this one, but for alllllllll the ones u have in recent times made deep in, u r one sick puppy Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile


Freerolls are the easiest, not the hardest.


If you cant beat the donks, what hope have you got against proper players?




And just when was the last time you beat over 3,000 donks to win a f/roll Big Smile

     
  24-Apr-16, 20:09   #10
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IceQueenAce 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 40 (F)
Posts: 2183
when was the last time I beat over 3,000 players to win a proper game Big Smile

     
  24-Apr-16, 20:10   #11
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 3658
Posted by IceQueenAce:
Oh, and LOL. I am approximately $40,000 up at poker over the past few years. The past three years I play approximately 2 hours in the evening, pretty much only freerolls, and have averaged a tad over $150 a month every month. This year alone I am approx. $900 in profit, from freerolls.

What? Up $40,000 over the past few years while averaging $150 or so monthly?

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Sunday, April 24, 2016 @ 20:28 GMT)


     
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