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#41 surrendermtlque

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Posted 31 March 2005 - 08:45 PM

What would a crippling loss in the 4/8k game be for you Daniel? A million, 2 million? How much would you have to be down for it to impair your ability to play properly? ie. when would you start sweating the loss?

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Posted 31 March 2005 - 10:42 PM

Oh I'd say right around 1.5...
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Posted 31 March 2005 - 10:56 PM

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Oh I'd say right around 1.5...
geez where did you come up with that number :D :)
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Posted 31 March 2005 - 10:56 PM

DN,Have you considered doing a "Road to the Final Table"?I would also be interested in hearing about your road to the BIGS.How you got started and how you progressed along the way.Thanks,D

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Posted 31 March 2005 - 11:02 PM

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I new to the site - can you tell me where this game is being played, at a casino or online?Thanks
It's at a casino.

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Posted 31 March 2005 - 11:10 PM

Daniel,feel free to log into my pokerstars account and play for awhile.My bankroll and I would really appreciate it.

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Posted 01 April 2005 - 12:35 AM

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I just need to get that Guest thing changed!-9 :D 9 :)
If you really are Phil, you need to go through the same authentification process that Josh A. and Harry D. did to get "Poker Professional" under their names. Contact Daniel and I'm sure he will hook you up.Until then, you are just another 12 year old kid looking for attention.

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Posted 01 April 2005 - 09:58 AM

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PhilHellmuth said:

I just need to get that Guest thing changed!-9 :D 9 :)
If you really are Phil, you need to go through the same authentification process that Josh A. and Harry D. did to get "Poker Professional" under their names. Contact Daniel and I'm sure he will hook you up.Until then, you are just another 12 year old kid looking for attention.
Even if it is Phil, i think he is still a 12 year old kid looking for attention at heart.

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Posted 01 April 2005 - 10:09 AM

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Date Limit Hours ResultFeb 6 1500-3000 7 +45,600Feb 21 4000-8000 8 -251,000Feb 22 4000-8000 8 -190,000Feb 26 4000-8000 5 +598,000Mar 1 4000-8000 31 -114,000Mar 18 2000-4000 2.5 + 16,500Mar 30 2000-4000 5.5 + 25,300Totals 67 +130,400Hourly Rate= $1946.27
Wow DN,I am appalled by this hourly rate at a 4k/8k game. This is like equivalent to making 2 dollars an hour playing 4/8 limits. However, you are playing against the best in the world so I can see the difficulty of trying to profit. IMO, if you profit in anyway at that level or break even you are really good. It's hard to find weaknesses at the level of game play especially since every name you mentioned at that table is well known. Anyway, This information is very useful to me. It lets me know that even a good poker player has a tough time trying to profit playing live. I can see how you dominate other limits.

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Posted 01 April 2005 - 06:29 PM

If that really is Phil Hellmuth how can you badtalk him.He is the unluckiest poker player I have seen on TV.He has won more money than you will in your whole lives.Almost every time Phil gets knocked out of a tournament on TV it is bad luck,I mean in the 2004 world series of poker in the 3,000$ dollar pot limit holdem championship,2 players hit running flush cards in 2 huge pots.You guys should show more respect to World Champions.

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Posted 01 April 2005 - 08:36 PM

It isnt Phil, in this topic for some reason, you can reply as a Guest and enter any name you want.

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Posted 01 April 2005 - 10:06 PM

If you have your old notebooks from back when you were pounding on the players at 10/20, it would be neat to see the data or even better a photo of a page from a random day.Just interested in how you formated your playing information, the type of notes you wrote, and the general layout of your stats back then.flintsword

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 12:50 PM

A bit off topic, but didn't really think this question needed a new post.From your experience Daniel, who is the funniest player in these regular big games? You know, the "life of the table?".I refer only to the regulars (Brunson, Reese, Ivey, Greenstein, Hansen, Harman, Giang, Berman, T. Brunson, Elezra, Lee Salem, etc.)

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Posted 11 April 2005 - 03:17 PM

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If that really is Phil Hellmuth how can you badtalk him.He is the unluckiest poker player I have seen on TV.He has won more money than you will in your whole lives.Almost every time Phil gets knocked out of a tournament on TV it is bad luck,I mean in the 2004 world series of poker in the 3,000$ dollar pot limit holdem championship,2 players hit running flush cards in 2 huge pots.You guys should show more respect to World Champions.
That isn't quite true. I'd have to say Howard Lederer has been even more unlucky in big touranment play lately. He has taken some truly brutal beats. Always a gentleman though!

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Posted 14 April 2005 - 09:23 AM

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JOHNSON_1 said:

If that really is Phil Hellmuth how can you badtalk him.He is the unluckiest poker player I have seen on TV.He has won more money than you will in your whole lives.Almost every time Phil gets knocked out of a tournament on TV it is bad luck,I mean in the 2004 world series of poker in the 3,000$ dollar pot limit holdem championship,2 players hit running flush cards in 2 huge pots.You guys should show more respect to World Champions.
That isn't quite true. I'd have to say Howard Lederer has been even more unlucky in big touranment play lately. He has taken some truly brutal beats. Always a gentleman though!
really?? what about when his all-in T :D T :D beat out J :club: J :D by flopping a set in the US poker championship??? it all balances out man.

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Posted 14 April 2005 - 03:07 PM

Blackchipper said:

insano said:

JOHNSON_1 said:

If that really is Phil Hellmuth how can you badtalk him.He is the unluckiest poker player I have seen on TV.He has won more money than you will in your whole lives.Almost every time Phil gets knocked out of a tournament on TV it is bad luck,I mean in the 2004 world series of poker in the 3,000$ dollar pot limit holdem championship,2 players hit running flush cards in 2 huge pots.You guys should show more respect to World Champions.
That isn't quite true. I'd have to say Howard Lederer has been even more unlucky in big touranment play lately. He has taken some truly brutal beats. Always a gentleman though!
really?? what about when his all-in T :D T :D beat out J :club: J :D by flopping a set in the US poker championship??? it all balances out man.
really wat about when he hit a full house and corkins hit a 2 outer king on the river

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Posted 14 April 2005 - 06:01 PM

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A bit off topic, but didn't really think this question needed a new post.From your experience Daniel, who is the funniest player in these regular big games? You know, the "life of the table?".I refer only to the regulars (Brunson, Reese, Ivey, Greenstein, Hansen, Harman, Giang, Berman, T. Brunson, Elezra, Lee Salem, etc.)
David Grey is pretty funny, and so is Chau if you can unerstand him, lol.
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Posted 14 April 2005 - 06:06 PM

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Absolute said:

A bit off topic, but didn't really think this question needed a new post.From your experience Daniel, who is the funniest player in these regular big games? You know, the "life of the table?".I refer only to the regulars (Brunson, Reese, Ivey, Greenstein, Hansen, Harman, Giang, Berman, T. Brunson, Elezra, Lee Salem, etc.)
David Grey is pretty funny, and so is Chau if you can unerstand him, lol.
your playing wiht the best player in the world baby. I like to play pookah, pookah is nice :club:
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Posted 14 April 2005 - 06:49 PM

How can you not love a Chinese-Vietnamese guy who walks around in a big cowboy hats? There's also a hilarious story written by Jennifer Harman on pokerstories.com about Chau and a "Smoking Bet."

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Posted 17 April 2005 - 08:48 AM

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Date Limit Hours ResultFeb 6 1500-3000 7 +45,600Feb 21 4000-8000 8 -251,000Feb 22 4000-8000 8 -190,000Feb 26 4000-8000 5 +598,000Mar 1 4000-8000 31 -114,000Mar 18 2000-4000 2.5 + 16,500Mar 30 2000-4000 5.5 + 25,300Apr 9 100-200 NL 1.5 + 1,200Apr 15 2000-4000 3 + 78,000Apr 16 4000-8000 6 +120,000Totals 77.5 +329,600Hourly Rate= $4252.90
when did this happen? wonder who he played against.




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