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Old 12-07-2005, 05:54 PM
yvesaint yvesaint is offline
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Default Re: $33 rebuy, $10K first prize, 17 players remaining

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On a personal note, your probably a dick.


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good point, now i can discount what he's saying because hes a dick

*rolls eyes*
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Old 12-07-2005, 05:58 PM
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Default Re: $33 rebuy, $10K first prize, 17 players remaining

I don't think you can fold here. I think you call and hope the 4th spade doesn't hit. In fact pray that the spade doesn't hit. Think about it from his shoes. Why would he put you on a duece if you haven't played a hand. He most likely has an ace with a high spade, maybe ace jack. I think you have to call here.
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Old 12-07-2005, 06:04 PM
citanul citanul is offline
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Default Re: $33 rebuy, $10K first prize, 17 players remaining

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I don't think you can fold here. I think you call and hope the 4th spade doesn't hit. In fact pray that the spade doesn't hit. Think about it from his shoes. Why would he put you on a duece if you haven't played a hand. He most likely has an ace with a high spade, maybe ace jack. I think you have to call here.

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lolz.

i think that the beginning of this thread, the part where you put your opponent on a range, and then proceed, is reasonable. the parts that include "i know i'd have the worst of it, so i call instantly" not so much.

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Old 12-07-2005, 06:33 PM
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Default Re: $33 rebuy, $10K first prize, 17 players remaining

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I don't think you can fold here. I think you call and hope the 4th spade doesn't hit. In fact pray that the spade doesn't hit. Think about it from his shoes. Why would he put you on a duece if you haven't played a hand. He most likely has an ace with a high spade, maybe ace jack. I think you have to call here.

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Are you kidding?!...the 4th spade hits and we're golden!...lol..think u got the wrong thread here bud...anyways...after reviewing the mentioned ideas and rationale...I would fold.
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Old 12-07-2005, 09:01 PM
AtlBrvs4Life AtlBrvs4Life is offline
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Default Re: $33 rebuy, $10K first prize, 17 players remaining

This is tough, but I would probably fold knowing your read. If he really is tight, the best you can hope for is AQ and I doubt that.

By the way, was this the 4:10 rebuy from yesterday? If so, you can definitely wait for a better spot. I have never seen worse play on a final table for so much money in my online poker career. I finished 2nd for $5500. [img]/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Old 12-08-2005, 12:22 AM
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Default Re: $33 rebuy, $10K first prize, 17 players remaining

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By the way, was this the 4:10 rebuy from yesterday?

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twas the 12:10AM actually. btw if anybody cares the Villian had AA. But you already knew that.
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