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I do see now why you're losing player...

Really, before blaming bad luck and before posting every bad beat you receive, fix your own game.

Also starting to agree with IceQueenAce's last post that this is just a thread to cry about bad beats, because you don't even want to take advice given, especially in terms of variance you just don't wanna listen.

What's the reason to make a thread like this then? You feel better after sharing bad beats? Remember this is not only happening to you, it's just natural about poker, you are not specially unlucky, you expirience a TOTALLY STANDARD swing, and if you keep playing you will get alot worse in the future.


     
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Hey hey hey , i just wanted to play something different , i could say that i tried out a a fisher strategy , but i am desperate already to get at the final table atleast for once ... I know i made some bad mistakes there and tried to play out hands with wich one i shouldn't play , but if standart hands doesn't work , why couldn't I try something new ? I think everyone makes mistakes , but that is not a reason to shoot at that guy and say that he is bad !

As well for advices , the only one i have tried is to change the games , tried out single table SNG , where i made some cash , but it looks it just doesn't suit me , as the cash prizes are pretty low ... Tried as well multi tabling , but it doesn't work as well ...

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What do you think about this call , should i fold in future ? http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/9930484_F...

As well made the final table , but ended up like this http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/9930777_B... The same guy where i lost with my pocket duces ...

Edited by Samarietis (19 July 2014 @ 13:07 GMT)


     
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The 22 hand is a fold after the UTG limp. No way you can limp with this stack for setvalue.
After the shove it's a VERY VERY VERY clear fold. If you did this play vs. me I'd insta-mark you as fish (sorry, but that's how it is).

I had your table open for a few minutes, and another problem is probably that you have way too tight pushing ranges, that can be a HUGE mistake many SNG players make (even regs do).

PokerStars Hand #118953639388: Tournament #939866751, $0.45+$0.05 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level XII (500/1000) - 2014/07/19 8:54:38 ET
Table '939866751 1' 9-max Seat #5 is the button
Seat 2: SILVE8 (8384 in chips)
Seat 4: diliaz (2235 in chips) is sitting out
Seat 5: dugongalaeh (44555 in chips)
Seat 6: LaurisB1993 (4051 in chips)
SILVE8: posts the ante 100
diliaz: posts the ante 100
dugongalaeh: posts the ante 100
LaurisB1993: posts the ante 100
LaurisB1993: posts small blind 500
SILVE8: posts big blind 1000
*** HOLE CARDS ***
diliaz: folds
dugongalaeh: folds
LaurisB1993: folds
Uncalled bet (500) returned to SILVE8
SILVE8 collected 1400 from pot
SILVE8: doesn't show hand
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 1400 | Rake 0
Seat 2: SILVE8 (big blind) collected (1400)
Seat 4: diliaz folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5: dugongalaeh (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 6: LaurisB1993 (small blind) folded before Flop

Here for example this is a VERY clear any2-cards-shove. 24o is also a shove here, especially at this stage at this buy in where people call shoves far too tight.

Edited by BeMyATMplz (19 July 2014 @ 13:20 GMT)


     
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Well i had 7 2 off that time , if he would call me i probably would loose the coin flip , as later on he called my UTG +1 all in with A 8 off i did win the flip there with J10 suited ... I didn't really understand

Where you would mark me as fish , you mean at the final table when i went all in with pare of 99 ?

P.S Playing another one just made a good fold http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/9931155_E...

     
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Yeah but lets assume he calls with 25% range (most players at these stakes are even tighter in this spot), then you take the pot 3/4 times,making it profitable just for the dead money already. Plus, you still have equity if you get called.

The hand I talked about is the 22 one. The 99 is unfoldable of course.

     
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Yeah i know 22 was a optimistic call , don't know why i had a feeling that there will be a duce , sometimes the feelings help sometimes not Smile But yeah shure i agree that it was a fishy call ...

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Well i guess that the bad times are over , today played out 4 SNG tournament and 2 of them won some cash ...

As well played one freeroll for players from Latvia , where you can get Sunday Storm ticket , did make a rebuy and a addon (1$ total ) and ended up in 1 place so cashed into 7.76$ and a ticket to Sunday Storm worth 11$

Edited by Samarietis (19 July 2014 @ 20:48 GMT)

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What do you think about this fold ? http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/9999008_2...

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Well this is just redicolous a guy with a status Silver star made something out of this http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10012162_...



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http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10012195_... And after that i have a suck out like this ...

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http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10012323_... And how can you win any tournament if you just keep getting outplayed with every single hand ?

Edited by Samarietis (24 July 2014 @ 02:35 GMT)


     
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Well this is just redicolous a guy with a status Silver star made something out of this http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10012162_...



Why would you re-raise on the river with 2 pair against 2 players when you can be beat by trips, straight, flush or full house? This should be a flat call every time.

You are not getting out played when you go all in UTG preflop with A9o, this is just gambling and you don't know how many players you would be up against with a weak hand.

Your main problems are:

1. Only looking at the cards you have and not thinking about what the other players might have
2. Raising from early position with quite good but not monster hands A9, KJ, AQ, 99
3. Putting all the chips in preflop, calling any re-raise.

Basically your strategy is wait for a decent hand then go all in preflop. this takes away all the decision making for you and the other player, all this requires is luck and no skill.

You would win more pots if you saved some chips for bets on the flop, turn and river to induce the other players to fold, rather than just hoping that you have the best hand at showdown.

     
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Well maybe i puted him on a weak ace as he was playing thoses type of hands a lot , like A3 , A6 , A7 and doesn't matter off or suited ? So if he makes a small bet on the last card wich is a Ace , i would loose some chips if i would just call ? As well you are not even surprised by that he called the flop with total junk and in the end PS gives a flush ?

1. completly wrong i always put the other player on some kind of a range of hands before the flop comes out !
2. AQ suited isn't a monster as well 99 isn't a monster hand pre flop ? So i guess the only monsters for you is AA , KK , QQ AK ?
3. Yeah shure make a standart raise someone goes all in , you put him on a hand that he is holding , then knowing that you are holding better hand and then i should fold to ?

As well i won a lot of pots in this tournament but it was before i got into the money , when i got into the money , all the luck all the math all the goodies goes to other players !

It's kinda funny that people in here doesn't look at the whole situation in here ...

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Played some 6 max cash games but even here i am beeing a loose player ... And why ? Because my best pre flop can't hold ...

http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10019569_...
http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10019605_...

Twice getting beated by turn , by the same guy !!!

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http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10032115_... Good start today i would say , nothing have changed , besides that if i get a little lucky other players can get extreamly lucky

Edited by Samarietis (25 July 2014 @ 13:22 GMT)


     
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Previously lost to one guy at a coin flip when he had AJ off and i had pocket 10 Flop came AAK okey lost it , then some hands after i had to shove with AJ off and did get called by the same guy with KJ off and as always pokerstars gives luck only to thoses who have earned it http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10047414_...

     
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You know, I have changed my mind.

After reading all your posts, it most definetly is rigged. You couldn't possibly be a losing player, you are just too good. Someone at stars REALLY has it in for you.

Any idea what you did that makes them make you lose?

     
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Posted by Samarietis:
Previously lost to one guy at a coin flip when he had AJ off and i had pocket 10 Flop came AAK okey lost it , then some hands after i had to shove with AJ off and did get called by the same guy with KJ off and as always pokerstars gives luck only to thoses who have earned it http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10047414_...



Seeing you almost always have the best hand when you shove preflop, this isn't a sign of being a good player. This is simply a sign that you are way,way,WAY too tight in your shoving ranges. Usually a shoving range is way behind a calling range, and thus most of the time if you shove and get called, you should be behind, if your ranges are good of course. This is gonna be the main problem and is gonna give one playing turbos the hardest time being profitable.

     
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IceQueen , no need to be sarcastic , as well you sad that you are done with me and don't want to continue to talk in this thread ...

BeMyATMplz , Then i have a question to you , why do i keep getting unlucky only in regular schedule tournaments and SNG , but when it comes to freerolls and thoses tournaments wich are not regular , i can win even if i am way behind ?

     
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Posted by Samarietis:
BeMyATMplz , Then i have a question to you , why do i keep getting unlucky only in regular schedule tournaments and SNG , but when it comes to freerolls and thoses tournaments wich are not regular , i can win even if i am way behind ?


It's pure variance. When you talk about luck and unluck, it's over a few hundred games, which is a sample that still implements the main part of luck over skill.
It can also have to do with structure and all that stuff.
In SNGs you mainly seem to play turbos, which requires knowledge about the shoving ranges involved. From the hands I see you mainly shove with premium hands even 5BB deep. If your shoving ranges aren't MUCH wider than what you show us in your HHs then you should switch to non turbos immediatly. In all these hands where you have 4-5BB and shove hands like AJ you should shove pretty much about 50% of your hands, including 98o and all that stuff. That's how wide you really have to be in most of these hands where you shove preflop. If you are far away from it, switch to non turbos.
In non turbos you have much more of the traditional poker play, and your edge is much bigger, meaning less swings and bigger $/game amount.
If you play only like 2 tables at once anyways I'd much rather prefer non turbos anyways.
The only reason why I'd ever grind turbos would be for the bigger hourly rate, but to take that into consideration your table count would have to be much higher anyways.

     
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To add something constructive, I watched some of your play over the last few days and to back up what BeMyATM is saying, you are indeed insanely tight.
You sit and wait for monsters and then shove, I didn't see much else going on.

I am way too tight a player, I know I am (playing about 10% of hands) but you made me look super aggressive.

I would take the advice above, switch to non-turbos and mix it up a bit.

     
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http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10055252_...

Yeah maybe you are right that i do not go all in when i should because of my stack size , but why then the game have changed and last year i was able to be good atleast from time to time (Talking about SNG)

As well talking about 0.50 90 player SNG tournaments , i keep playing like acoimbra , when he was rolling hes quest and was making videos about how he does play these SNG tournaments , and he did just fine , he atleast had victory , but i haven't been at final table even by beeing tight for as long as i remember ...

So i just don't understand how it's possible if i haven't changed the type of my game since last year , when i was pretty good at these sng tournaments , but now i am just loosing every single hand here ...

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And this is how I ended up my 10 min tournament http://www.boomplayer.com/lv/poker-hands/Boom/10055873_...

Edited by Samarietis (26 July 2014 @ 23:27 GMT)


     
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you limp called with 77.


I notice you didn't post the hands where you lucked out on people.

selective memory at work here too I think, u are only remembering a few beats and nothing else.

     
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It's always nice to watch some1 else lose few pots after u have had a bad poker day Tongue Just had opponent all-in on board Qh3cJsAh with AA (opponent KK) and we ran it twice and both rivers 10. It was such a bad call on the turn and then he gets rewarded TWICE Sad

     
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IceQueen , well i knew that the guy with 22 was really a donkey player , he played so much hands and played every single ace , even if someone really had a hand and went all in he still called with his low ace ... But i knew that i am really coin fliping against the other guy as i puted him on a AK, AQ , AJ or a pair , but why the guy who played like a donkey won that pot i don't know maybe i just don't really have so much luck ...

And about loosing hands , it's just relativy there is nothing much where i get suck outs from people , mostly only when i play with short stacked player when he goes all in with A hight and i have some decent hand like J10 suited or something like that ...

I just ended up second in a 0.50 90 player SNG , and if we would rivive hands , there you would see that i mostly don't play junk or make much silly calls , so today i could say i ended quite well ...

     
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Posted by Samarietis:

and if we would rivive hands , there you would see that i mostly don't play junk


And this is the point, in a turbo MTSNG you often have to "play junk", shove junk or whatever is necessary based on stacksize.
77 is a pretty bad call as well, you seem to be too obsessed with pocket pairs. Limping in the SB is the totally correct move, but folding to the shove, and even after someone else overshoved, is very negative play.

     
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