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Old 12-01-2007, 06:04 AM
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wow could that website be any more monetized?
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:25 AM
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results?
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:35 AM
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Hahah that site is awesome. I've read it before but it's so much better the second time around.


Bryn is an expert at totally mixing up his pre and post-flop play. It is extremely difficult even for people who play with Bryn on a regular basis to put him on a particular hand. Put Bryn on a hand? Think you know what he’ll do? Can you bluff him? Will he fold, call, raise, re-raise, all-in? Good luck to ya. Here a just a few plays Bryn has actually made...

* Raise 50K pre-flop on 88
* Raise all-in on 6-2 offsuit after a 300 pre-flop raise
* As chip leader in 1K game, raise 475 on K-7 offsuit, then call an all-in with it.
* As chip leader in 1K game , re-raise 2400 after 450 raise with pocket 8s on the bubble
* Raise all-in on A-K on the bubble
* In a 1K game on the bubble, raise all-in after 600 river bet by another player into a $975 pot, with a possible straight and flush on the board
* Win a $3,277,094 pot with 3-7 offsuit
* Put his entire stack on the line 6 times in a row on the bubble. Like Stu Ungar, Bryn is FEARLESS, and knows how to put the other guy to a decision for his chips, rather than facing that same decision himself...
* Play the absolute nuts to perfection to extract maximum $s from his opponent
* Raise 15,500 pre-flop and lay it down after a re-raise
* Shove all-in except for $1 and check all the way including the river and win the hand – the other guy never put him all-in for the other $1!!
* In a 5K heads-up match, call an all-in to win the game with two aces on the board, NOT holding an ace!
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:37 AM
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Also can I see the hh for the 3.3 million dollar pot?!
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:44 AM
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results?

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Bryn won between 1 and 2 BIs approximately
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Old 12-01-2007, 07:02 AM
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" Raise 15,500 pre-flop and lay it down after a re-raise"

Holy [censored]. That is expert.

"When they sat down for the match, Bryn's family, especially his father, was stunned when Bryn quickly won the chess game, applying an advanced "fork" technique."

... and he can beat his dad in chess???




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Old 12-01-2007, 07:14 AM
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AE you really wanna play someone who once successfully value bet HU on an AAXXX board WITHOUT AN ACE?!?


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Old 12-01-2007, 07:22 AM
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" Raise 15,500 pre-flop and lay it down after a re-raise"

Holy [censored]. That is expert.

"When they sat down for the match, Bryn's family, especially his father, was stunned when Bryn quickly won the chess game, applying an advanced "fork" technique."

... and he can beat his dad in chess???






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STOP
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Old 12-01-2007, 10:09 AM
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omg that website is so priceless. it's even better than Esfandiari's 'Rocks and Rings' abomination
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Old 12-01-2007, 10:27 AM
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coming out of lurkdom to ask if the brynkenney site is a spoof? I loved the bit where he has every tacky motivational poster randomly placed all over the website.

"Bryn’s bets can be rather interesting: how do you decide to bet $7,284, $1,316, $20,010…..??"

"The report shows that Bryn has a very high pre-flop raise percentage, is aggressive in post-flop play, that he is a "blind stealer", and that he wins 93.3% of big bets out of 100 hands."

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