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Old 11-30-2007, 05:13 PM
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A+, will save to harddrive again.

Also: GL in recovering Jimmy. I'm sure you'll find a way.
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:15 PM
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sucks man...good luck and hope you learned the lesson
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:22 PM
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I'm at work so can't look but, hey, thanks enormously, that's totally unexpected and very generous. I can pick it up in cash from the Western club tomorrow. Great!

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hmm - i was hoping you would try to go robusto with it, but do what you gotta do.

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Ha, hey, you know what, I'd prefer that too! But I thought you might have wanted me to withdraw it straight away, and I'd have happily done that. Okay, instead I will play my best poker and go robusto! I'll keep you guys posted. Thanks again!
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:23 PM
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Can people please stop telling compulsive losers to stop playing poker? It's bad for business. K thx.

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yea jimm leaving will really dry up the 25 cent plo games on a small network

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Oh yah because I just lost 815 overnight playing 25 cent....
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:40 PM
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[x]paid for hooker with rent money
[x]obv

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Ahahahaha, actually, no, but I did see her yesterday morning when my housemates were at work and gave her 300 for two agreeable hours. ZOMG A GIRL IN MY BEDROOM WITH NO CLOTHES ON!!!!!!!!!!!

But I had 860 come into my account today, so my rent money was seperate and I could afford it.

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ya it was only 25% of your net worth, you could definitely afford it.

and when you win, it is not because you magically played well, it is cause you ran well. you are an idiot and have no semblance of understanding of variance. you play way too high, like 100x to high for your net worth.

it amazes how much human intelligence varies.
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:46 PM
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jim - i just sent you 255.79 on ftp. GL!

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Wow, just checked my email:

"This is an automated message sent from Full Tilt Poker.

Your Player ID: XXX
Date and Time: 2007-11-30 15:58:35
Transfer Number: 0159B985
Payment Method: Transfer
Amount: $255.79

Status: APPROVED

This transfer has been approved. You may use your funds immediately.

Good Luck!"

THANKS DUDE!!!!!
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:58 PM
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You may use your funds immediately

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Yes. If you fall off a horse, you should get back on as soon as possible (unless you are Christopher Reeve)
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Old 11-30-2007, 06:24 PM
MNSUgoMAVS! MNSUgoMAVS! is offline
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Jimm, I'll stake you but only if you play on Bodog, bc nobody can lose there...I hope....
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Old 11-30-2007, 06:27 PM
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Default Re: Beat: lost my rent money

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[x]paid for hooker with rent money
[x]obv

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Ahahahaha, actually, no, but I did see her yesterday morning when my housemates were at work and gave her 300 for two agreeable hours. ZOMG A GIRL IN MY BEDROOM WITH NO CLOTHES ON!!!!!!!!!!!

But I had 860 come into my account today, so my rent money was seperate and I could afford it.

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ya it was only 25% of your net worth, you could definitely afford it.

and when you win, it is not because you magically played well, it is cause you ran well. you are an idiot and have no semblance of understanding of variance. you play way too high, like 100x to high for your net worth.

it amazes how much human intelligence varies.

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luckyjimm is clearly not an idiot. he is just deluded. there's a large difference.

jimm stop living like a dostoyevsky character - humiliation is nice every once in a while, but being perpetually down-on-your-luck on purpose by playing a game you can't win - it's no good.
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Old 11-30-2007, 06:32 PM
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Default Re: Beat: lost my rent money

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Can people please stop telling compulsive losers to stop playing poker? It's bad for business. K thx.

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yea jimm leaving will really dry up the 25 cent plo games on a small network

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Oh yah because I just lost 815 overnight playing 25 cent....

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If you wanted to be anything more than a recreational fish then that's what you should've done.. 'cept you wouldn't have lost 815 obviously..
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