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Your crazy all in moment  0   
Ok, there is a time, we all had it...

You start the day with $50 and end up with only $20. For someone playing $0,01 games you start to hate the game and decide to go all-in. (example, could be worse or similar)

I had one today, grabbed $40 what I had left and made it into $100+. Promising myself to never ever do that again ^^

Who had this all in moment?

     
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40 to 100, u are right back on track.
But i don't think thats the right approach, going allin is like bingo.
now that you have won youu have got the bug, next time something like this happens again, you are again gonna be tempted to do the same, but you might not win again. Tongue

     
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yeah, let your skills do the job

     
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I'm crazy all the time..... Big Smile I'm just a psychopathic piss head Sad will you be my friend

I will not hurt you honestly ........I'm a nice guy Evil Evil Evil Evil

     
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yeah i get like this some times befor but im getting better at controlling myself now.... its only taken me close to 3 years to almost get a hold of my patients..lol
so i used to blame it on the fact i'd like to have a drink whilst i was playing but now i think it was just me being dumb and inpattient Thumbs Down Disagree Angry
I play for less time now . i only stay on the p.c. for 2-3 hours max now.

any more and i start doing the crazy s**t...lol Blink

     
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Everybody has downswings and likewise upswings aslong as you play though them they shudnt matter in the long run

     
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i go all in sometimes whit a reasonable hand like K-J or K-Q and sometimes i get called but most of the times i don't get a call ... anyway ... in my opinion you can win with 2-7 and lose with A-A so , taking a risk from time 2 time is not so bad at all ...

     
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Did that already, but learn to control me.

Yesterday got AA losing to rag quads twice. Other AA flop A9rag, put opponent All In, he had A9o and hit runner flush on the river, tilted put all other tables All in wit any 2. Fortunately no one called my rag push.

Got a net loss of 38BB only with AA...

Today I'm winning again and almost recovered from the last nightmare day.

Thought about it and asked myself "Why should I make the situation get worst?", answer :"No more suicide tilts".

     
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Posted by mrnugger:
i go all in sometimes whit a reasonable hand like K-J or K-Q and sometimes i get called but most of the times i don't get a call ... anyway ... in my opinion you can win with 2-7 and lose with A-A so , taking a risk from time 2 time is not so bad at all ...


infact i've been just busted out from 1table sng ($5 buyin) with AA:
4 people left, i'm cheapleader the second chipstack player go allin preflop and I call.....he got 93o!!!!!!!!
and wtf the flop is 9T3 Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

played other 3 hands and out in bubble Aww crap!

so for him taking that risk wasn't so bad, he wanted only to steal the blinds but got much more...f**k him lol

     
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Well you just must love those moments when you put everything on the line and win.
A nice thing happened to me a couple of years ago, sat down at a no limit holdem table with my last bucks, maybe 40-50 dollars.
It was six players and the very first hand I find like kq, ak or something and every one go's all in and I find the straight and with the first hand dealt im back on track.

i was so happy, my smile must have been this big
Big Smile

     
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sometimes go to abit higher stake and play sss xD

     
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just to finish my last cents in a poker room

     
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thats why pkr is a hard game. u can play always winning (win chances over 50% each hand played) and lose much money cause of bad beats... random is undomitable!
but, on long term view this way of play is winning, thats just a statistic law : so hold on, play right, keep ur head cool, read many books, use a good bankroll gestion and money is yours!!

good luck Blink

     
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Posted by Mayones:
yeah, let your skills do the job



What skill Tongue

     
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Posted by mcsnakey765:
Posted by Mayones:
yeah, let your skills do the job



What skill Tongue


The only one that matters in poker. The suckout skill. Blink

     
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Happens to me all the time. Start the day on 80, down to 40. Then go up level and win back the money and end the day on 100. It's fun as long as you reach up to thos 80 again.

     
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Only at casinos.
If i hate the table then I leave and find one I like or just dont play.
But now you point it out, I hate the fact ppl give up in this way and wreck a good players game, such as half way in a tourn, player A (quitter) decides to go all in with his 59o cause he is tyred of the game, the outher player get a BB with his KK.
Its fairly simple if you dont want to play then dont play, why bother throwing the toys out of the pram, why waste money in a game you dont want to play.
The "im all in PPL" are the worst, first hand and they say im all in and do it reguardless of hand....go to a fkn casino wankshaft.

     
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Yes I did it once and I lost all bankroll left.
It'a not a good behaviour and in the long time doesn't help you at all.

     
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i think weve all had that problem.

     
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You can go all-in but it also depends for how much of your money... For me JJ-AA is a call... AK sometimes when it's not the most of my stack otherwise I fold... I agree that on a longterm base it isn't good to go all-in PF... Better depend on you skills...

     
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