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Old 12-01-2007, 05:39 PM
ICMoney ICMoney is offline
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starsminer

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you can use starsminer when your not logged in right (so they cant catch you ? or did you log in when you datamined and got caught...never used starsminer so i may be talking out of my ass

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they're gonna know you're on the same computer even if you're not logged in...

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Your computer has a unique ID #.

I would assume they know computer#123 had 2827398 tables open.

User123 logged in on the same computer and your account gets flagged.

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Suspended for how long? What happened to your money?
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Old 12-01-2007, 05:43 PM
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Default Re: **uNL Microbrew Thread** DEC 07 (lc)

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I myself have a question about Table image. Since I took a shot at NL25, only playing 2 tables I noticed on one of my tables I was getting some pretty bad cards, rendering my stats in the 13/5 range at about 50 hands.

Now the question is can I start raising marginal hands here since people will give me more credit? Or is it at these limits people won't really give a [censored]? I tried it out and everytime I raised hands like 7/8 9/10 Q/9 in the CO or on the button I got folds, except for one time where I took it down easily with a C-bet.

Does this work at these limits? (BTW at my other table I was 33/23 but I was getting good cards, I just came off as being a maniac...)

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don't believe its necessary unless u r playing someone very obvservant

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Assuming the other players are only one that table with you, they will only see your nitty sats and should give you more credit.

I like to have my session stats and play off that image.

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I find my session stats really help me stay in my game. FOr instance if I notice i have a higher VPIP than I like, and a lower PF raise, I'll stop calling so much and start raising.
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Old 12-01-2007, 05:51 PM
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i need to get lots of hands in today for bonus clearing. but i'm not in the "zone" mentally to start playing. someone say something to get me going.

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http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showfl...ue#Post10620256

This thread always works for me.

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If not, try this one:

http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showfl...=18#Post5868696

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i use this one

http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showfl...p;vc=1&nt=5
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Old 12-01-2007, 05:53 PM
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just a quickie guys. 50nl, hero - $85, villain $190. Villain is decent but tight- doesn't put money in pot without the goods. I'm probably 19/17/3, have generally avoided confrontation with villain and done nothing crazy.
3 way pot, villain raises. I call in bb with 77 and flop a set(7,9,4 rainbow). Checked to villain bets just less than pot- this is 98% overpair .

How should i extract value here? Should i have led out? Is checkraise valid? Check/call and cr turn?

Anyway i checkraised and villain folded after timing down. I feel like checkraising pretty well exposed the strength of my hand in the 3 way pot against a thinking villain.

As were nearly 200bb deep Would people generally lead out in these situations to induce a raise or call from villain because i find it unlikely that most decent villains are going to stack off with overpairs on this dry a flop in this case to such a show of strength i,e the check raise.

sorry about rambling on
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Old 12-01-2007, 05:59 PM
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Default Re: **uNL Microbrew Thread** DEC 07 (lc)

thats it, im joining the irc channel. get in there peoples.
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:02 PM
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Default Re: **uNL Microbrew Thread** DEC 07 (lc)

Whats the best IRC client?
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:03 PM
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Default Re: **uNL Microbrew Thread** DEC 07 (lc)

mIRC is pretty good.
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:06 PM
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Default Re: **uNL Microbrew Thread** DEC 07 (lc)

HydraIRC for me.
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:07 PM
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In other news, Im totally psyched for the forum upgrade tomorrow!

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it's about goddam time! - they were talking about switching to vB just after the last "upgrade" went pear shaped.

byebye ubb threads with your olde and well worn interface.

Hello vb whose name reminds me of drinking cool VB's in the sun at Maroochydore.
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:22 PM
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just a quickie guys. 50nl, hero - $85, villain $190. Villain is decent but tight- doesn't put money in pot without the goods. I'm probably 19/17/3, have generally avoided confrontation with villain and done nothing crazy.
3 way pot, villain raises. I call in bb with 77 and flop a set(7,9,4 rainbow). Checked to villain bets just less than pot- this is 98% overpair .

How should i extract value here? Should i have led out? Is checkraise valid? Check/call and cr turn?

Anyway i checkraised and villain folded after timing down. I feel like checkraising pretty well exposed the strength of my hand in the 3 way pot against a thinking villain.

As were nearly 200bb deep Would people generally lead out in these situations to induce a raise or call from villain because i find it unlikely that most decent villains are going to stack off with overpairs on this dry a flop in this case to such a show of strength i,e the check raise.

sorry about rambling on

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I lead out, an overpair is probably raising you
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