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45suited 12-28-2005 01:55 PM

Re: $22: Push or wait with an uber short stack
 
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I guarentee u get a better hand than j8 offsuit in 3 or less hands.

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I call BS on your claims of making 5K per week playing SNGs if you fail to understand that it's not simply a matter of him getting a better hand before the blinds hit him.

Okay, so say the next hand he picks up TJo, but the pot is raised in front of him. Is that a better spot than open pushing with 8Jo from the button? Hardly.

12-28-2005 01:57 PM

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RobGW 12-28-2005 02:05 PM

Re: $22: Push or wait with an uber short stack
 
Saying you guarantee you'll get a better hand is nonsense. You can guarantee no such thing and as 45s said, even if you do you may be against a better hand or two. If you are going to make a ridiculous statement like that I think we all would like some sort of explaination.

pooh74 12-28-2005 02:08 PM

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You don't understand and I don't have the energy to explain further.

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Nor do you have any idea what you are talking about...this is a clear push.

12-28-2005 02:08 PM

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12-28-2005 02:09 PM

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pooh74 12-28-2005 02:11 PM

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You don't understand and I don't have the energy to explain further.

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Nor do you have any idea what you are talking about...this is a clear push.

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I'd love to hear what OP pushed into, I mean lost to.

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Now I am sure you have no idea what you are talking about.

RobGW 12-28-2005 02:15 PM

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OK I see now. With each post of yours I read, it becomes more and more clear you dont know what your doing. I think your reasoning is flawed as we have pointed out but if you dont want to believe it then just go on about folding. I thought just maybe you had another reason that you weren't sharing with us but I guess not.

pooh74 12-28-2005 02:17 PM

Re: $22: Push or wait with an uber short stack
 
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Saying you guarantee you'll get a better hand is nonsense. You can guarantee no such thing and as 45s said, even if you do you may be against a better hand or two. If you are going to make a ridiculous statement like that I think we all would like some sort of explaination.

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Jesus!!! Use your brain. J8 unsuited is a BELOW AVERAGE hand. The chances of you getting an ABOVE AVERAGE hand in 3 goes is very high! Hello??

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Your tone is annoying...try using your brain too. On those subsequent hands where you hold out for something better, you have to push through more people increasing the likelihood of being called by better hands.

Having 2BBs is the problem, not pushing J8.

45suited 12-28-2005 02:25 PM

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Saying you guarantee you'll get a better hand is nonsense. You can guarantee no such thing and as 45s said, even if you do you may be against a better hand or two. If you are going to make a ridiculous statement like that I think we all would like some sort of explaination.

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Jesus!!! Use your brain. J8 unsuited is a BELOW AVERAGE hand. The chances of you getting an ABOVE AVERAGE hand in 3 goes is very high! Hello??

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Your tone is annoying...try using your brain too. On those subsequent hands where you hold out for something better, you have to push through more people increasing the likelihood of being called by better hands.

Having 2BBs is the problem, not pushing J8.

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Agreed. Not to mention the fact that J8o is actually 51% vs a random hand, so even that claim is incorrect.

My 'troll detector' has been activated.


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