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  11-Feb-10, 12:33   #1
Tried Rush Poker at Full Tilt 0   
IslandJack 

Joined: Oct '09
Location: Belgium
Age: 57 (M)
Posts: 2851
I had to try it, they were offering $5 for earning 10 points in the Rush games a couple of days ago.
I'm still working off my NDB, so I bought in for the minimum $4.
Got a seat...
QQ...
Someone bet 0.40 cents...
I raised to $1....
He went all-in, $8...
I followed with my total of $4...
He turns AK unsuited, so I'm ahead...
rag, rag, rag, rag, A.... Confused
I was out!

Mixed feelings about my all-in call.
Now I still don't know how the game feels as you'rs running through tables.
I'll try it again when I have some money and play a bit tighter to get a feel for the game.

Any opinions on my play? Good call/Bad luck/Brainless idiot/Are you a fish?...etc.. Smile

     
  11-Feb-10, 13:21   #2
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mazas 
Joined: Oct '09
Location: Lithuania
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 2805
good call 3-rd strongest hand in game and if this hand is in the start game all in must do or easy call Smile
but for me this hand qq is the most loosing hand because always AA crack it
but u play perfect its jus unlucky one deal Sad

good luck all Tongue

     
  11-Feb-10, 13:22   #3
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LaBaiz 

Joined: Mar '09
Location: Latvia
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 556
I played the rush poker, but didn't like it, as you constantly mix your opponents and never have a read on how they played previous hands.

     
  11-Feb-10, 14:11   #4
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Fackinas 
Joined: Oct '09
Location: Lithuania
Age: 29 (F)
Posts: 1180
Posted by IslandJack:
I had to try it, they were offering $5 for earning 10 points in the Rush games a couple of days ago.
I'm still working off my NDB, so I bought in for the minimum $4.
Got a seat...
QQ...
Someone bet 0.40 cents...
I raised to $1....
He went all-in, $8...
I followed with my total of $4...
He turns AK unsuited, so I'm ahead...
rag, rag, rag, rag, A.... Confused
I was out!

Mixed feelings about my all-in call.
Now I still don't know how the game feels as you'rs running through tables.
I'll try it again when I have some money and play a bit tighter to get a feel for the game.

Any opinions on my play? Good call/Bad luck/Brainless idiot/Are you a fish?...etc.. Smile

You done everything what you can.. If you were fold befero flop that would be bad, but now was coin flip and you lost it so.. Smile GL at the tables next time. Bye. Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue

     
  11-Feb-10, 17:33   #5
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Mast3rKush 
Joined: Sep '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 448
Honestly, i hate getting 4 bet when i have jacks or queens, more often then not your running into KK or AA. Without reads though it becomes alot more difficult to fold jacks or queens and to be happy you made the right play since you really have no idea what his 4 bet/shove range is. Against a nit, i can get away from them, but how do you know whos the nit from the aggro monkey... Confused thats why i don't play rush poker lol but still im prob getting it in with QQ here & hoping for the 50/50 or to be vs AQ.

     
  11-Feb-10, 18:20   #6
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psycokiller 
Joined: Sep '09
Location: Canada
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 776
Tried it 3 times. the 1st and 2nd tries wee profitable for me, but the 3rd time was not. Basically got my money in with AA against QQ, and wouldn't you just know it.....Q on the river. After that it was a I won't be bluffed tilt that depleted any profit from the previous sessions.

     
  11-Feb-10, 18:37   #7
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Kristan 

Joined: Feb '10
Location: Finland
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 1248
Ofcourse its a god call and right call only ul about that A on river Disagree

I have played rush in FT more than few times with 2 tables open - you have never had so much thinking to do with such a short time lol.

     
  11-Feb-10, 21:29   #8
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KG1975 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Ireland
Age: 44 (M)
Posts: 399
It's a game for donkeys, what did you expect? I tried it, hated it. Only super donkeys will like that chit. Bingo takes more skill [you have to be able to use a pen]

     
  11-Feb-10, 23:27   #9
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DaneMitic 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Germany
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 605
different game, different rules..
in normal poker this would be a standard play, but in rush poker this could be considered as a clear fold and not the right move...

and dont forget, if you get re-raised allin, then in most situations you are beat, or it'll be a coinflip, if your lucky... would you like to take this risk, just to MAYBE get a coinflip? i dont think so..
really, this is a very important rule and even more in rush poker, because an allin move is VERY strong and almost never (99,99%) a bluff..

     
  12-Feb-10, 01:22   #10
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IslandJack 

Joined: Oct '09
Location: Belgium
Age: 57 (M)
Posts: 2851
Posted by DaneMitic:
different game, different rules..
in normal poker this would be a standard play, but in rush poker this could be considered as a clear fold and not the right move...

and dont forget, if you get re-raised allin, then in most situations you are beat, or it'll be a coinflip, if your lucky... would you like to take this risk, just to MAYBE get a coinflip? i dont think so..
really, this is a very important rule and even more in rush poker, because an allin move is VERY strong and almost never (99,99%) a bluff..


I didn't know what to expect, so I played "straight" poker.
I'm curious about the "clear fold" thing you say in Rush...
It felt like a bluff to me with the initial small raise.

Guess i'll have to either wait until my Bankroll gets bigger, or just play the blinds for a while, super tight, and see how Rush poker should be played.
Although that will probably cost a bundle at the speed that game goes. Confused

Thanks for the advice. Blink

     
  12-Feb-10, 07:22   #11
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Kristan 

Joined: Feb '10
Location: Finland
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 1248
Posted by DaneMitic:
different game, different rules..
in normal poker this would be a standard play, but in rush poker this could be considered as a clear fold and not the right move...

and dont forget, if you get re-raised allin, then in most situations you are beat, or it'll be a coinflip, if your lucky... would you like to take this risk, just to MAYBE get a coinflip? i dont think so..
really, this is a very important rule and even more in rush poker, because an allin move is VERY strong and almost never (99,99%) a bluff..




Aww crap! Big Smile:You cant be serious? What are you some 10nl grinder??? This is the stupidest suggestion ive red in this forum for 2 weeks ive been here. CLEAR FOLD? What are you some grandpa who cant take risks for 4$ and folds QQ preflop? If you hold AA, KK, QQ its almost every time must - these are pp that are ment for shipping it!!! Now tell me how are you beaten with them 99,9%. Angry

IslandJack - do not listen to this guy, this is pure bs he writes here! Worship

     
  12-Feb-10, 10:42   #12
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jporp 

Joined: Aug '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 411
Posted by LaBaiz:
I played the rush poker, but didn't like it, as you constantly mix your opponents and never have a read on how they played previous hands.


I had the same opinion.

     
  12-Feb-10, 11:03   #13
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DaneMitic 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Germany
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 605
Posted by Kristan:
Posted by DaneMitic:
different game, different rules..
in normal poker this would be a standard play, but in rush poker this could be considered as a clear fold and not the right move...

and dont forget, if you get re-raised allin, then in most situations you are beat, or it'll be a coinflip, if your lucky... would you like to take this risk, just to MAYBE get a coinflip? i dont think so..
really, this is a very important rule and even more in rush poker, because an allin move is VERY strong and almost never (99,99%) a bluff..




Aww crap! Big Smile:You cant be serious? What are you some 10nl grinder??? This is the stupidest suggestion ive red in this forum for 2 weeks ive been here. CLEAR FOLD? What are you some grandpa who cant take risks for 4$ and folds QQ preflop? If you hold AA, KK, QQ its almost every time must - these are pp that are ment for shipping it!!! Now tell me how are you beaten with them 99,9%. Angry

IslandJack - do not listen to this guy, this is pure bs he writes here! Worship

You cant read obv... I was talking about the situation in general, when being pushed allin, and not just about how to play Queens.
Anyway, I'm not really interested in giving you a more specific answer, since you seem to be just a spewtard, who pushes every big hand allin, without any logical thinking behind it....

Whatever, keep playing rush poker the same way, as you suck at normal poker.... Agree

     
  12-Feb-10, 11:14   #14
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Dworo 
Joined: Dec '09
Location: Poland
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 6
Rush poker its strange for me... its like Slot machines. You hit something and go all in, it will work or not. You dont know players. And i dont count how many times a day my AA was cracked with 33, 88, KQ. I played for 20$ in 0.25/0.50 made 100$ but form me its just gambling.Thats all.

     
  12-Feb-10, 13:08   #15
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Kristan 

Joined: Feb '10
Location: Finland
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 1248
Posted by DaneMitic:
Posted by Kristan:
Posted by DaneMitic:
different game, different rules..
in normal poker this would be a standard play, but in rush poker this could be considered as a clear fold and not the right move...

and dont forget, if you get re-raised allin, then in most situations you are beat, or it'll be a coinflip, if your lucky... would you like to take this risk, just to MAYBE get a coinflip? i dont think so..
really, this is a very important rule and even more in rush poker, because an allin move is VERY strong and almost never (99,99%) a bluff..




Aww crap! Big Smile:You cant be serious? What are you some 10nl grinder??? This is the stupidest suggestion ive red in this forum for 2 weeks ive been here. CLEAR FOLD? What are you some grandpa who cant take risks for 4$ and folds QQ preflop? If you hold AA, KK, QQ its almost every time must - these are pp that are ment for shipping it!!! Now tell me how are you beaten with them 99,9%. Angry

IslandJack - do not listen to this guy, this is pure bs he writes here! Worship

You cant read obv... I was talking about the situation in general, when being pushed allin, and not just about how to play Queens.
Anyway, I'm not really interested in giving you a more specific answer, since you seem to be just a spewtard, who pushes every big hand allin, without any logical thinking behind it....

Whatever, keep playing rush poker the same way, as you suck at normal poker.... Agree



First You dont know nothing about my skills and style.

Second - your quote -->
"in normal poker this would be a standard play, but in rush poker this could be considered as a clear fold and not the right move... "

Rush poker is tested and played by regular players like us who are just discovering and trying to find their part init.It was born a month ago on fulltilt so there are no players who you can concider as a rush poker specialists! WTF IS A NORMAL POKER LOL? Only difference in rush poker is that it gives you no time to breath between the hands, You can play your hand as long as you want if youve been dealt 2 pocket cards.

You just sound funny man, and by doing it you give bad influence and advice to players who really need to know if they did right or not!!!!

     
  12-Feb-10, 14:45   #16
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shaded 

Joined: Dec '09
Location: Serbia and Montenegro
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 300
U should have waited a bit more before showing Tongue but how can u only deposit 4$ at Full Tilt? isnt it something like 30$ or so?

     
  12-Feb-10, 15:08   #17
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oliver082298 

Joined: Nov '09
Location: Philippines
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 1011
Posted by IslandJack:
I had to try it, they were offering $5 for earning 10 points in the Rush games a couple of days ago.
I'm still working off my NDB, so I bought in for the minimum $4.
Got a seat...
QQ...
Someone bet 0.40 cents...
I raised to $1....
He went all-in, $8...
I followed with my total of $4...
He turns AK unsuited, so I'm ahead...
rag, rag, rag, rag, A.... Confused
I was out!

Mixed feelings about my all-in call.
Now I still don't know how the game feels as you'rs running through tables.
I'll try it again when I have some money and play a bit tighter to get a feel for the game.

Any opinions on my play? Good call/Bad luck/Brainless idiot/Are you a fish?...etc.. Smile



Big Smile you had a nice call, QQ is a strong hand... and up against single player, its a sure call for me.. Thumbs Up

     
  12-Feb-10, 16:04   #18
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Chartoule 
Joined: May '09
Location: Spain
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 1261
Hi!!

If you don´t call with QQ you will never call. Good call. Don´t worry to lose a flip.. you will lose thousands.

Bye and aces for all!!

     
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