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#1 GrinderMJ

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Posted 28 May 2006 - 09:14 AM

Winning tEam: team canadalosing team: looshle's loserswinning player: fleung22Losing player: GearchestinTime of match: 30 minRecap: I played bad and deserved to lose, everything I did felt like it was the wrong play, and I probably looked like a fish. I had him effectively all in where i would have won the watch 3 times and he won them all

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Posted 28 May 2006 - 09:19 AM

View PostGrinderMJ, on Sunday, May 28th, 2006, 9:14 AM, said:

Winning tEam: team canadalosing team: looshle's loserswinning player: fleung22Losing player: GearchestinTime of match: 30 minRecap: I played bad and deserved to lose, everything I did felt like it was the wrong play, and I probably looked like a fish. I had him effectively all in where i would have won the watch 3 times and he won them all
i watched most of it, the q4 call really just didnt make a lot of sense to me, like you said in the table you were hopin for live cards to deliver the knockout blow. after each bad play you made, i thought you played really well to get another chip lead, and you still controlled the match even though you were behind in chips for a bit. The push with 10-6 i thought was way too aggressive too, if you're going to do that call and hope for a flop like the one that came, and then its a lot tougher for him to call with AK. just some thoughts, i know you hate when i invade your threads :club: i dont think you played like a fish, but you just got too aggressive with mediocre hands when he was showing a lot of strength trying to end the match there. gg fleung, i think you played exactly the type of game you needed to.
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Posted 28 May 2006 - 09:26 AM

View PostTheraflu, on Sunday, May 28th, 2006, 10:19 PM, said:

i watched most of it, the q4 call really just didnt make a lot of sense to me, like you said in the table you were hopin for live cards to deliver the knockout blow. after each bad play you made, i thought you played really well to get another chip lead, and you still controlled the match even though you were behind in chips for a bit. The push with 10-6 i thought was way too aggressive too, if you're going to do that call and hope for a flop like the one that came, and then its a lot tougher for him to call with AK. just some thoughts, i know you hate when i invade your threads :club: i dont think you played like a fish, but you just got too aggressive with mediocre hands when he was showing a lot of strength trying to end the match there. gg fleung, i think you played exactly the type of game you needed to.
I dunno man, for whatever reason I was really nervous, and felt like I was jsut getting dominated and the q4 was teh worst thing I've ever done. The 106 was slightly less bad, but should just folded, lost 90 chips and moved on. Oh well




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