Daniel I am hoping you can comment on the first hand from day 2
I had K-9 of spades, Sammy Farha had 5-7 of diamonds. The flop comes 10d-Jd-Qs giving me a straight and a back door flush draw. We get it all in on the flop for a quarter million dollar pot, and the diamond hits.
Blinds in this game are 300/600 right. Why are you guys committing over 200BB's on the flop in this hand? Overall it seems from the hands you listed, though obviously a small sample size of the actual hands that went down, that you guys are continually getting your huge stacks all in on the flop. Is this common for the game. You guys do realize there are 2 streets after the flop right
I'm sure I'm not the only one that wants to here about more interesting deep stack cash play. This all in on the flop stuff is not as much fun.Seriously though I'd love to here about this hand as it seems completely odd with how deep the stacks are. Can you describe the action in more detail. Also what's the history between you guys and how was the game flowing at the moment.Nice to see a ton of poker content in the blog's these days. Can't wait to see this on TV. Hope you run good soon!Edited: I originally mis-read that it was 250,000 each so 400 BB's, but regardless is still relatively deep though not as crazy. Still would love to hear the complete picture on this one.