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  26-Jul-15, 07:19   #1
I am gone forever now 0 
Joined: Jul '13
Location: Germany
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 228
So it went how it had to

I lost 2 Sit-n-goes.
I got my Stack doubled up with both and played really well.

Both times just right in the Bubble I lost both.

1. With K-Q to Q-J (of course to a J) Bubble all-in to another big-stack (why the f**k did he even call all-in with Q-J when he wasn't even in danger to lose before the bubble?!?!?!?)

2. With A-Q to 10-7. Flop comes 10-10-Q. I shove then. Of course he calls and I loose.

Then I had like 20 Dollar of my 50 left and was like. F**k it, imma play 4x5 Dollars at Roulette, just for fun. Could deal with loosing 10 dollars maybe.

I lost all 4 Spins. 4 times in a row red.
Don't get me wrong, I know it's stupid and I never play roulette. i was just like. F**k it, I lost 30 dollar anyway. Maybe I get lucky and if not, I can live with losing 10 dollars if it would really happen.
But obviously, I had to lose. Never even think about brake eben, LET ALONE BEING LUCKY... FOR ONCE!

Well, bye I will never come back. Never gonna play online Poker in my life again.

Edited by LebronHEAT (26 July 2015 @ 07:20 GMT)

  26-Jul-15, 07:27   #2

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
Age: 54 (M)
Posts: 6679
Never say never. But if you are outraged for losing 2 SnGs and 4 spins of the Roulette wheel, maybe gambling isn't for you. But that is no problem. There are plenty of other things in life to explore.

  26-Jul-15, 08:13   #3

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 10090
oh well, probably that's why those 70 year old dudes are respected at the poker tables... they have seen many more sh1tty situations than lebron dude and still haven't quit.
good point from shokaku- seems that you have problems with your temper, if you're gonna continue playing in the future, please keep playing only online, i imagine if you're gonna play live, then 99% of your sessions have a good chance of ending as a boxing fight...

  26-Jul-15, 09:02   #4
Joined: Aug '10
Location: Germany
Age: 48 (M)
Posts: 2196
It was only a bad session and a tilt and you lot the most of your roll with a tilt at the roulette gambling tables. But after a little break you can try a restart with new motivation. Money comes and money goas, but the next sucks are wating for you Big Smile

  26-Jul-15, 09:27   #5
Joined: Feb '12
Location: Latvia
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 252
Been in this situation more then once ... And i always come back for more , i just don't get enough and you never know , maybe one day i will get extreamly lucky )) So don't give up , if you do that only means that you are not made for poker or any other gambling ...

  26-Jul-15, 10:16   #6

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 6731
You are obviously the type which inspired Amaya to put those casino $hit into their software in the first place.
If you can't handle bad beats nor interested in finding out what you could've do better then just stick to no-depo bonuses which have been offered here. That way you won't risk anything and if you lucky maybe you could build a decent bankroll with one of them.

  26-Jul-15, 11:29   #7
Joined: Jan '12
Location: Slovenia
Age: 28 (M)
Posts: 537
Haha story like mine i went from 130 to 300 to zero in about 10 minutes on FTP, and i too tried to play rullete after bad beats on rush poker. Aww crap!

  26-Jul-15, 14:19   #8

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 59 (M)
Posts: 6014
Posted by LebronHEAT:

Both times just right in the Bubble I lost both.

1. With K-Q to Q-J (of course to a J) Bubble all-in to another big-stack (why the f**k did he even call all-in with Q-J when he wasn't even in danger to lose before the bubble?!?!?!?)

2. With A-Q to 10-7. Flop comes 10-10-Q. I shove then. Of course he calls and I loose.

...As far as I'm concerned,...there is your trouble right there....!

...I have paid attention to this for years,...and no matter HOW strong your hand is,....if you shove it all anywhere in the game,...you will lose MOST of the time...! Probably about 60 - 70% or MORE of the time...!

You are minutes away from the money,...and you kill yourself...!

I have learned a HARD lesson,...but even as late as last week a few times I have killed MYSELF at or near the bubble with AA,...KK,...and WORST of all......AK...!!!

Right when I KNOW better to just let the 'Bubble Boneheads' kill each OTHER off,....I blow it...!

Advice...: Get into the money FIRST,....THEN blow it....!!!


  26-Jul-15, 15:16   #9
Joined: Jun '13
Location: Canada
Age: 75 (M)
Posts: 3700
It is true if poker brings you only frustration and tilt at your age there are a lot of other thing to do that could bring you a lot of fun and happiness. Then after a while if you are in a dofferent minding and poker have still interest for you then it will always be time to come back to it. Poker will be rhere for all your life so there is no hurry.Good luck to you in your future. Smile Smile

  26-Jul-15, 20:35   #10
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 42 (F)
Posts: 13884
If you can afford the blinds, there is no reason going out, when the bubble times is.
When the bubble is gone,many players go all in with lousy hand and they get out very quick.
So you can move up places in the payout..
Now about the roulette. You should have kept your money, to start another session tomorrow, or
another day.

  26-Jul-15, 21:28   #11
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 53 (M)
Posts: 1693
Hello all you mobsters out there this is your portuguese friend wishing you the best

LEBRONHEAT stay cool relax poker is like that sometimes you win sometimes you lose but you got to stay positive and remember the hand that you won with some weird hand Confused Confused

When you will return you will have a good run but it´s your choice to play or not Worship Worship

Don´t forget to be happy and enjoy life

  27-Jul-15, 00:24   #12
Joined: Jul '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 3
Tiz a bit rubbish when you are on or very near the bubble to go out. A good 5 years ago now, playing a live game in Nottingham, 2 places off the bubble, pretty well stacked, chip leader of the tourney was also on my table. I got dealt AA, usual standard raise to clear any limpers at that point, called by chip leader with crap, cracked the AA of course. Next hand, KK, so just played passively, one left to bubble now, got beat by chip leader with crap....almost 1/4 of my stack left, unbelievably got dealt KK, I jammed it in as i was a bit on tilt, flop came out KKA, turn A, river A, yup, chip leader had A 3 or some rubbish, furious. I remember it so well, yet, how many times have we got a bit lucky in other games? Its hard to forget the hard losses, but easy to forget the ones we win. Good luck though.

  27-Jul-15, 05:54   #13

Joined: Apr '08
Location: Mauritius
Age: 54 (M)
Posts: 4099
What goes around comes around which means that I'm sure one day you'll bring your azz here and post I'm back again for some poker Dollar Dollar Dollar

  27-Jul-15, 06:25   #14

Joined: May '08
Location: Canada
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 1017
I say that poker is that mistress that is hard to stay away from,she will whisper and linger in your head.You will be back!

  27-Jul-15, 14:15   #15

Joined: Apr '10
Location: Canada
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 2639
"Never say never. But if you are outraged for losing 2 SnGs and 4 spins of the Roulette wheel, maybe gambling isn't for you. But that is no problem. There are plenty of other things in life to explore."

Couldn't have said it better. Like I always say, you need a certain mindset to play online poker. Live its easier to be positive because there's usually more fun involved.

  27-Jul-15, 14:24   #16
Joined: May '13
Location: Mauritius
Age: 28 (M)
Posts: 2688
Hi mate it happens you can come back from this just need some good vacation and get a bankroll and you will win and if you used to play good u will just need some time to get adjusted and you will surely keep winning mate, have fun at the tables and good luck hope you do well and make some good money mate, cheers now im out being out for a while and now i am back to play some more cheers peace out mate have fun!

  27-Jul-15, 14:43   #17

Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 1165
Hi buddy, i saw how u lost and must say u did not do anything wrong, both time u had good hands just got unlucky, but i bet i know couple of things u haven't done at least two things i know that really work when we talk bout SNG`s, one of them is stealing blinds, that really helps to keep you afloat, and dont have to worry bout the bubble, but that only works, and here comes the second thing i bet u didnt do, right off the bat, the second u start the game while the blinds are still small, u have to play every hand that makes any kind of sense, the more flops u see, the more chance u have to win couple of those, and by the time u get to the bubble, players on table know u are very loose aggressive player, and they are more likely to fold to your bet, here the stealing of blinds is like taking candy from a baby Big Smile not to brag, but there's really no other way to say this, im really good at SNG`s,im 4/5 time in the money, 2/4 im first place, sng are the way i build my bankroll Big Smile i love`em Heart Heart Heart try out my advice, i guarantee it works

  27-Jul-15, 15:04   #18

Joined: Sep '10
Location: Netherlands
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 1647
If you are not winning, and not enjoying yourself, then why not quit?

Lot's of people seem the have neither, so why are we all telling them to stick it out?

Most people will lose money in the long run; the money has to come from somewhere. Makes sense to stop (or just freeroll/playmoney), if you're losing money, or try to improve to where you are way better than average, and you can beat the rake. But, by definition, most people will fail at this.

  28-Jul-15, 15:48   #19

Joined: Sep '13
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 1561
what marquis said Tongue

i figured i lose my nerve too much and too often to actually enjoy it so i took a break and realized i dont really miss poker all that much. I still play from time to time but nowhere as much and i believe not playing poker obsessively has extended my life for a good few years (bar some weird accident thats not age related Big Smile).

  28-Jul-15, 21:54   #20
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 42 (F)
Posts: 13884
I will agree with marqis here also.

No one is pushing here to stick in the game if you keep losing.
It might be as well, just a waste of time and money of course for the most players.

But if you are playing with money from freerolls, or no deposit bankrolls and you can restrict yourself,
to only these two options for reloading in case you go bust, then i dont see the reason of trying again.

Of course a good drawback to this, is the amount of time that takes for someone, to start building
a decent bankroll, in order to start playing for real again Smile

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