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Old 11-30-2007, 01:30 AM
faarcyde faarcyde is offline
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Default Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

Seriously, has anyone seen this guy play a hand well? High Stakes Poker, Poker After Dark, WSOP ME. I have never seen him play a hand optimally. I hate to hate on him because he seems like a nice enough guy, but Christ his business interests have to be keeping him afloat in the high stakes world because it certainly isn't his poker savvy.
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Old 11-30-2007, 01:32 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

jews run deep yo
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Old 11-30-2007, 01:46 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

he doesnt want YOU learning his secrets
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Old 11-30-2007, 02:01 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

He's not the best among the big game players but he can definitely hold his own and crush a 400/800 game. I've played in the big game with him once, he overbets in nl and his stud 8 is lacking.
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Old 11-30-2007, 02:04 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

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He's not the best among the big game players but he can definitely hold his own and crush a 400/800 game. I've played in the big game with him once, he overbets in nl and his stud 8 is lacking.

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forgive me for not believing a word of this coming from someone who posted a thread with this

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There's a local 1/2 NL game and buyin is from $60-$300. I usually sit down with $100 and play as follows:

From any position i'll limp in with a pair and try to flop a set. If it's raised (standard raise is from $10-$15), i'll fold unless I have 88 or better. I just want to flop a set because i'll usually get paid off.

In late position i'll limp with suited connectors.

I raise from any position with AA,KK,QQ,JJ,AK,AQ. Sometimes from SB or BB depending how many people in the pot I will just call with AQ.

For the most part I play TAG, and I almost never bluff.

I've been doing pretty good in the game, but is there anything I can do to improve?

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Old 11-30-2007, 02:06 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

lol another gem coming from big game aficionado acadiamonds


in reference to the odds of a roulette ball landing on red 5 times in a row
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Is there anyway to calculate this or find out the odds?

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if this guy is real someone please stake me for big game
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Old 11-30-2007, 02:08 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

During WSOP after he bought his bracelet and then was leading in the HORSE, people were like, ZOMG, Eli is the best player in the world.

I played with acadiamonds once in the 400/800 game and he's not the best among those players, but he can definitely hold his own and crush a 300/600 game
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Old 11-30-2007, 03:12 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

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He's not the best among the big game players but he can definitely hold his own and crush a 400/800 game. I've played in the big game with him once, he overbets in nl and his stud 8 is lacking.

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forgive me for not believing a word of this coming from someone who posted a thread with this

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There's a local 1/2 NL game and buyin is from $60-$300. I usually sit down with $100 and play as follows:

From any position i'll limp in with a pair and try to flop a set. If it's raised (standard raise is from $10-$15), i'll fold unless I have 88 or better. I just want to flop a set because i'll usually get paid off.

In late position i'll limp with suited connectors.

I raise from any position with AA,KK,QQ,JJ,AK,AQ. Sometimes from SB or BB depending how many people in the pot I will just call with AQ.

For the most part I play TAG, and I almost never bluff.

I've been doing pretty good in the game, but is there anything I can do to improve?

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lol the big game aye? that made me lol alot
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Old 11-30-2007, 04:27 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

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He's not the best among the big game players but he can definitely hold his own and crush a 400/800 game. I've played in the big game with him once, he overbets in nl and his stud 8 is lacking.

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forgive me for not believing a word of this coming from someone who posted a thread with this

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There's a local 1/2 NL game and buyin is from $60-$300. I usually sit down with $100 and play as follows:

From any position i'll limp in with a pair and try to flop a set. If it's raised (standard raise is from $10-$15), i'll fold unless I have 88 or better. I just want to flop a set because i'll usually get paid off.

In late position i'll limp with suited connectors.

I raise from any position with AA,KK,QQ,JJ,AK,AQ. Sometimes from SB or BB depending how many people in the pot I will just call with AQ.

For the most part I play TAG, and I almost never bluff.

I've been doing pretty good in the game, but is there anything I can do to improve?

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA.
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Old 11-30-2007, 04:29 AM
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Default Re: Eli Elezra...the worst high stakes player ever?

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He's not the best among the big game players but he can definitely hold his own and crush a 400/800 game. I've played in the big game with him once, he overbets in nl and his stud 8 is lacking.

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forgive me for not believing a word of this coming from someone who posted a thread with this

[ QUOTE ]
There's a local 1/2 NL game and buyin is from $60-$300. I usually sit down with $100 and play as follows:

From any position i'll limp in with a pair and try to flop a set. If it's raised (standard raise is from $10-$15), i'll fold unless I have 88 or better. I just want to flop a set because i'll usually get paid off.

In late position i'll limp with suited connectors.

I raise from any position with AA,KK,QQ,JJ,AK,AQ. Sometimes from SB or BB depending how many people in the pot I will just call with AQ.

For the most part I play TAG, and I almost never bluff.

I've been doing pretty good in the game, but is there anything I can do to improve?

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o snap
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