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Date: 28 Jan 2009 22:26:53
From: DELETETHIS
Subject: -200 going to left coast
I will be in the LA area (Laguna Beach) for the next several weeks and
will probably play a little poker while I am there. I will play holdem
from nothing limits (like 3-6) to 20-40 limits and some small blind NL.
If there are some decent Omaha8 games I will play in those as my 1st
choice. If you see a really good looking guy with a southern accent -
dat might be me. My usual attire is velour sweat suits with a polo
shirt. I will play mostly at HG and perhaps once each at the Bike or
Commerce and at least one trip to Oceanside to watch the partnerships at
work. The rest of the crew may go one night to one of the Indian
casinos like Penchanga on a week end. It is possible that I might fly
to LV for two nights during the week but those plans are still fluid

come get the easy money

minus200
my name describes my game
(minus300 coming soon)




 
Date: 29 Jan 2009 05:53:08
From: da pickle
Subject: Re: -200 going to left coast
"DELETETHIS"

> The rest of the crew may go one night to one of the Indian casinos like
> Penchanga on a week end.

If you go, I would be interested in your comments on the rake and any other
quite interesting "rules" there.

Ask about the "no matter what; we get a buck" rule.




  
Date: 29 Jan 2009 09:58:22
From: Peter Secor
Subject: Re: -200 going to left coast
"da pickle" <jcpickels@(nospam)hotmail.com > wrote:

>"DELETETHIS"
>
>> The rest of the crew may go one night to one of the Indian casinos like
>> Penchanga on a week end.
>
>If you go, I would be interested in your comments on the rake and any other
>quite interesting "rules" there.
>
>Ask about the "no matter what; we get a buck" rule.
>

LOL. Many Cal gamblers would be delighted with that approach. In
many places it's "No matter what we take the maximum drop".

Best,

Peter
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Date: 30 Jan 2009 08:07:47
From: da pickle
Subject: Re: -200 going to left coast
"Peter Secor"

>>Ask about the "no matter what; we get a buck" rule.
>>
>
> LOL. Many Cal gamblers would be delighted with that approach. In
> many places it's "No matter what we take the maximum drop".

Let's see.

"No flop, no drop" ... ... nope.

"Chop, no drop" ... ... nope.

"10% up to $5" ... ... nope.

Max rake comes as soon as possible ... ... yep.

i.e. 1/2 NLHE ... folds to small blind ... he calls ... big blind checks
... there is no pot ... the $4 is dropped. And the next dollar, if there is
one, goes in too. You gotta love it.

And if there are three players at the turn and you think you are being
"squeezed" by the other two guys ... one bets, you call, the other raises,
the first calls and you fold and then they check it down at the river ...
don't ask to see the hands ... only they can ask to see the other's hand ...
not you and not anyone who was dealt in at the beginning of the hand ...
unless you are in the hand at showdown, you cannot ask. (well, you can ask
... )




    
Date: 30 Jan 2009 10:16:27
From: Peter Secor
Subject: Re: -200 going to left coast
"da pickle" <jcpickels@(nospam)hotmail.com > wrote:


>And if there are three players at the turn and you think you are being
>"squeezed" by the other two guys ... one bets, you call, the other raises,
>the first calls and you fold and then they check it down at the river ...
>don't ask to see the hands ... only they can ask to see the other's hand ...
>not you and not anyone who was dealt in at the beginning of the hand ...
>unless you are in the hand at showdown, you cannot ask. (well, you can ask
>... )
>

Where was this?


     
Date: 30 Jan 2009 12:42:42
From: da pickle
Subject: Re: -200 going to left coast
"Peter Secor"

>>And if there are three players at the turn and you think you are being
>>"squeezed" by the other two guys ... one bets, you call, the other raises,
>>the first calls and you fold and then they check it down at the river ...
>>don't ask to see the hands ... only they can ask to see the other's hand
>>...
>>not you and not anyone who was dealt in at the beginning of the hand ...
>>unless you are in the hand at showdown, you cannot ask. (well, you can
>>ask
>>... )
>>
>
> Where was this?

Pechanga (I am pretty sure -200 does not really mean Penchanga) ... I asked
the floor.

He said that was the rule in all of San Diego county. Of course, I am well
aware that "rules" change during different phases of the moon or humidity
readings. I had just never heard of not being able to see all hands at
showdown, especially if there is even the slightest hint that someone might
be colluding.




  
Date: 29 Jan 2009 07:40:12
From: brewmaster
Subject: Re: -200 going to left coast
On Jan 29 2009 3:53 AM, da pickle wrote:

> "DELETETHIS"
>
> > The rest of the crew may go one night to one of the Indian casinos like
> > Penchanga on a week end.
>
> If you go, I would be interested in your comments on the rake and any other
> quite interesting "rules" there.

Since I play at Pechanga virtually every day, you could just ask me.

>
> Ask about the "no matter what; we get a buck" rule.


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