Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 56 (M)
PINOTTE....well done. It's always pleasing when you go down to last place and fight your way back to a great winning position, especially when you go and win the competition. Like The Irish, I have been in this situation a few times and always like the momentum it gives me as I tend to focus more and play better.
Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 40 (M)
Awesome comeback dude, nice one, when u heads up, u can actually feel the cards turning against or in your favor, its very hard during full ring table to feel that change, but i know when ever i play a tournament soon as we get some what close to the money, i am card dead, so i have to w8 and have to put up with players raising my blinds, which pisses me off, and if i make the money, i dont care anymore for the variance
Joined: Oct '15
Age: 34 (M)
You came back from the dead. That must have felt good, overcoming a 19:1 chip deficit to clinch the victory. Enjoy the Win pinotte. Sometimes the amount does not matter it is the momentum it generates that counts
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
this astonishing comeback demonstrated by pinotte shows that once you are a poker pro, no matter what deep shithole you find yourself in in your life or at poker tables- you will go through it and come out on top (of shithole?). pro is a pro, and in this case we all can see that pinotte is indeed a true poker pro.
100 chips is a nice number to start doubling up. 19:1 chip lead isn't very good of course but atleast you didn't have 20 chips to start with As soon as you double up 2 or 3 times you're back in the game!
In these cases I like shoving every button, and hopefully catching good hands on the BB so I can call or shove over the top if opponent raises.