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creative 03-30-2008 14:30

I busted tuan lam
 
POKERSTARS GAME #16363821108: HOLD'EM NO LIMIT ($5/$10) - 2008/03/30 - 14:03:41 (ET)
Table 'Quintilla III' 2-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: TuanLam ($1818.50 in chips)
Seat 2: creat!ve ($3160.50 in chips)
TuanLam: posts small blind $5
creat!ve: posts big blind $10
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to creat!ve [7h 5h]
TuanLam: raises $30 to $40
creat!ve: raises $90 to $130
TuanLam: raises $90 to $220
creat!ve: calls $90
*** FLOP *** [6d 6h 8h]
creat!ve: checks
TuanLam: bets $160
creat!ve: raises $440 to $600
TuanLam: raises $998.50 to $1598.50 and is all-in
creat!ve: calls $998.50
*** TURN *** [6d 6h 8h] [Jh]
*** RIVER *** [6d 6h 8h Jh] [Ts]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
creat!ve: shows [7h 5h] (a flush, Jack high)
TuanLam: mucks hand
creat!ve collected $3636.50 from pot

suck it tuan

suck it

OriGiNaL 03-31-2008 14:10

over pair?

game must have been pretty aggro to call the 4-bet. Or is that your standard play with such a small 4-bet?

Blackfade 03-31-2008 20:42

considering stack sizes.. i think this call is standard

creative 04-01-2008 00:03

v standard in an aggro hu game 180bb's deep :)

edit: he's also very bad in general and i'd probably pay him .02 cents a hand to play me until i took all 5 or 6 million he won for coming in second in the wsop

braski 04-02-2008 17:24

i think he posted something on 2p2 about quitting his job to play poker

one of the best things about all the celebrity these tourney players get is that it makes them think they are actually good. with how hard it is to get money on sites now, these guys are definitely fueling a good portion of the poker economy

creative 04-02-2008 18:02

he had aa btw

forgot to put that in there

OriGiNaL 04-03-2008 13:32

meh.. I guess he could/should have made his 4-bet a little larger to cut down on your odds. Other than that, once the flop hits, wouldn't you put the money in with AA on that board? You could easily have a draw or 99-TT there no?

zodie 04-10-2008 10:36

his min-reraise preflop with AA is awesome.

RockeT 04-10-2008 14:37

i am retard

creative 04-10-2008 14:42

*min re-raise rocket (aka his 4bet from 130 to 220)

not his initial raise

(it was terrible considering how deep we were)

lil lugz` 04-30-2008 21:05

Sig Test...?

Baloo 05-12-2008 15:43

you called $220 with a ****in 7-5 suited. you got lucky.

creative 05-12-2008 16:28

if you think i suck or got lucky,
please play me at 5/10 for as many hands as you'd like


id love the action

Adroit 05-12-2008 16:30

Yeah bren must suck real bad. Hence his results over an extended period of time proving how "lucky" he is.

Why do people compare their 25nl knowledge to 1000nl. They are different games.

Yoda 05-12-2008 16:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by Baloo (Post 13186072)
you called $220 with a ****in 7-5 suited. you got lucky.

Eh, he is playing heads up, each player has 180+ BB stacks. Tuan min-4bet making it $90 into a pot of $260. That made creative's decision, "risk $90 to make $350, or fold", not considering the meta-game aspect that you are folding to a min-4bet heads up.

creative flops OSFD and gets his money in.

Against AA, he is 49% favorite, against AhKh he is 43%. The only hand that has him crushed is 66, which is pretty damn unlikely given the 4-bet pre-flop.


Edit: Why did I get suckered into answering this...

Yoda 05-12-2008 16:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by Adroit (Post 13186311)
Yeah bren must suck real bad. Hence his results over an extended period of time proving how "lucky" he is.

Why do people compare their 25nl knowledge to 1000nl. They are different games.

I disagree entirely. Any 25nl regular could understand creative's play. You could even be a loosing 25nl player and still understand what happend and know that it wasn't a stupid move. I'm not disagreeing that they aren't different games, but this is pretty basic stuff :P.

Adroit 05-12-2008 16:44

The psychology behind each game is different. 25NL is a very linear game. 1000NL is more cerebral and you start to think on different levels. Otherwise there wouldn't be a problem moving up between the levels.

Yoda 05-12-2008 18:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by Adroit (Post 13186361)
The psychology behind each game is different. 25NL is a very linear game. 1000NL is more cerebral and you start to think on different levels. Otherwise there wouldn't be a problem moving up between the levels.

I'm not disagreeing with this in any way. They are different. I mispoke. I simply meant that even a player at 25NL should be able to understand this hand and what happened :P.

Adroit 05-12-2008 18:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yoda (Post 13186732)
I'm not disagreeing with this in any way. They are different. I mispoke. I simply meant that even a player at 25NL should be able to understand this hand and what happened :P.

Well this just strengthens my statement that the guys comment up there was retarded :]


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