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Date: 27 Jan 2009 12:48:56
From: MMelia
Subject: Am I so out of line?
Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
money goes in pre-flop.

The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. Break
out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.


-------------- The post ------------
I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.A short
stack moves all in mr agg always betting (bigger stack) calls and I call
682 for a pot of 2946.
the flop is very kind to me 2 J 2 rainbow no draws.I am not in love with
my 88 and have 2100 left in my stack.I didn't want to check and give him a
free card so I send out a 400 probe bet and he makes a min raise to 800.
Min raises on the flop are tricky
1. they have a HUGE hand and don't want to lose you
2. they have a good draw and want to sweetin the pot a little
3. they are full of crap and going for a cheap steal
This bet reeked to me because of the texture of the flop and the type of
player he is.
1.JJ or 22 only huge hands if he had JJ he would have shoved preflop if he
flopped quads God bless him he wins a nice pot
2 no draws
3.If he had AJ or KJ he would shove to protect his hand 99 1010 QQ KK AA
he would be all in preflop so my read is AK AQ thinking that we all missed
the flop.Now I could have shoved here but if he has gone this far there is
no way he is gonna fold so I call.
The turn is a 6s >> 2d Jc 2s 6s>> no A no K If I thought for one second he
would go away I shove so I check and he bets 1200 and I insta put my
remaining 1350 chips in the pot conviced that I have him beat and possibly
have the allin beat as well
they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop and
a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
and sends me to the rail.

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Date: 28 Jan 2009 12:22:11
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:

> Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> money goes in pre-flop.
>
> The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
> flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
> flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. Break
> out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.
>
>
> -------------- The post ------------
> I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.A short
> stack moves all in mr agg always betting (bigger stack) calls and I call
> 682 for a pot of 2946.
> the flop is very kind to me 2 J 2 rainbow no draws.I am not in love with
> my 88 and have 2100 left in my stack.I didn't want to check and give him a
> free card so I send out a 400 probe bet and he makes a min raise to 800.
> Min raises on the flop are tricky
> 1. they have a HUGE hand and don't want to lose you
> 2. they have a good draw and want to sweetin the pot a little
> 3. they are full of crap and going for a cheap steal
> This bet reeked to me because of the texture of the flop and the type of
> player he is.
> 1.JJ or 22 only huge hands if he had JJ he would have shoved preflop if he
> flopped quads God bless him he wins a nice pot
> 2 no draws
> 3.If he had AJ or KJ he would shove to protect his hand 99 1010 QQ KK AA
> he would be all in preflop so my read is AK AQ thinking that we all missed
> the flop.Now I could have shoved here but if he has gone this far there is
> no way he is gonna fold so I call.
> The turn is a 6s >> 2d Jc 2s 6s>> no A no K If I thought for one second he
> would go away I shove so I check and he bets 1200 and I insta put my
> remaining 1350 chips in the pot conviced that I have him beat and possibly
> have the allin beat as well
> they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
> yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop and
> a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
> and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
> spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
> On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
> flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
> and sends me to the rail.

THE BOTTOM LINE SCENARIO IN THIS POST IS

"I put money in as the 3rd man in with 88(please dont say 'peanuts", ever
again )

Why the fuck would any sane human want to have ANY money in the pot with
88 that is most likely going to be shown down 3 handed

If you elect to put 10% of your stack in as the 3rd man in , thats one
thing , but even considering to shove pre-flop is just plain insane .

I would have folded the "peanuts " the minute I knew I was the 3rd man in
the pot .. with potentially other to contend with

IT IS A 100 pct fold ..ALWAYS


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Date: 28 Jan 2009 22:46:09
From: Clave
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
"FangBanger" <a29bed1@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:jcr656xacd.ln2@recgroups.com...

<... >

> "I put money in as the 3rd man in with 88(please dont say 'peanuts", ever
> again )

"Wired pair of snowmen" works for me.

Jim




  
Date: 28 Jan 2009 22:34:09
From: Pepe Papon
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Wed, 28 Jan 2009 12:22:11 -0800, "FangBanger"
<a29bed1@webnntp.invalid > wrote:

>"I put money in as the 3rd man in with 88(please dont say 'peanuts", ever
>again )

He could have flopped a boat.


  
Date: 28 Jan 2009 12:41:34
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 28 2009 2:22 PM, FangBanger wrote:

> If you elect to put 10% of your stack in as the 3rd man in , thats one
> thing , but even considering to shove pre-flop is just plain insane .

Actually shoving is fairly standard in a typical online turbo SNG. It
depends a bit on the 2nd player involved, but for the most part it's a
shove.

> I would have folded the "peanuts " the minute I knew I was the 3rd man in
> the pot .. with potentially other to contend with

Well the OP's friend was the BB so it's only the all-in player, the guy
who called, and him in the hand.

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Date: 27 Jan 2009 23:45:02
From: Pepe Papon
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Tue, 27 Jan 2009 12:48:56 -0800, "MMelia" <a4f63df@webnntp.invalid >
wrote:

>they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
>yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop and
>a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
>and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
>spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
>On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
>flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
>and sends me to the rail.

Rrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiiiggged!



 
Date: 27 Jan 2009 13:45:52
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:

> Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> money goes in pre-flop.

Well, as it is I don't have enough information to say shove/fold preflop.
Comments as follows:

> I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.

Yeah that still tilts me.

> A short
> stack moves all in mr agg always betting (bigger stack) calls and I call
> 682 for a pot of 2946.

Well first off there are no blinds listed. I'm going to assume they were
150/300, but then the pot size makes no sense, unless there were antes.
If there weren't antes it would have to be short stack and both blinds,
but he said he was first to act on the flop and was the BB, so that makes
no sense either.

I also don't know if it's a SNG or tourney, what the stack size of the
bigger stack is, how many players are left, buyin amount, how many pay,
and all sorts of other information that might help. This seems like a
typical idiot who looks at his hole cards and nothing else and then makes
shit up afterwards to disguise the fact that he can't play. Or at least
try to.

The other piece of info that would be helpful is exactly what "mr agg
always betting" means when he calls a bet preflop. Was it an aggressive
call? wtf?

> the flop is very kind to me 2 J 2 rainbow no draws.I am not in love with
> my 88 and have 2100 left in my stack.

So wtf...is the flop very kind to him or does he not love it?

> I didn't want to check and give him a
> free card so I send out a 400 probe bet

So he doesn't want to give him a free card but bets an amount that gives
the guy what, 8:1 on his call? Might as well be a free card at this point.

> and he makes a min raise to 800.
> Min raises on the flop are tricky
> 1. they have a HUGE hand and don't want to lose you
> 2. they have a good draw and want to sweetin the pot a little
> 3. they are full of crap and going for a cheap steal
> This bet reeked to me because of the texture of the flop and the type of
> player he is.
> 1.JJ or 22 only huge hands if he had JJ he would have shoved preflop if he
> flopped quads God bless him he wins a nice pot
> 2 no draws
> 3.If he had AJ or KJ he would shove to protect his hand 99 1010 QQ KK AA
> he would be all in preflop so my read is AK AQ thinking that we all missed
> the flop.

The above is actually semi-literate half-way decent thinking, so I'll
leave it be.

> Now I could have shoved here but if he has gone this far there is
> no way he is gonna fold so I call.

This is just bad. Calling here makes no sense at all to me.

> The turn is a 6s >> 2d Jc 2s 6s>> no A no K If I thought for one second he
> would go away I shove so I check and he bets 1200 and I insta put my
> remaining 1350 chips in the pot conviced that I have him beat and possibly
> have the allin beat as well
> they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
> yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop and
> a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
> and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
> spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
> On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
> flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
> and sends me to the rail.

Green card. LOL at that.

All in all this was a bad beat post. With more info about the game
situation or whatever I lean towards a shove preflop. But for all I know
with how bad this guy seems to be this was a situation where there's 7
left in a 10 player double or nothing sng.

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Date: 28 Jan 2009 09:29:40
From: Lab Rat
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?

"XaQ Morphy" <a1c5905@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:gtb456x9te.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:
>
>> Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
>> pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
>> money goes in pre-flop.
>
> Well, as it is I don't have enough information to say shove/fold preflop.
> Comments as follows:
>
>> I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.
>
> Yeah that still tilts me.
>
>> A short
>> stack moves all in mr agg always betting (bigger stack) calls and I call
>> 682 for a pot of 2946.
>
> Well first off there are no blinds listed. I'm going to assume they were
> 150/300, but then the pot size makes no sense, unless there were antes.
> If there weren't antes it would have to be short stack and both blinds,
> but he said he was first to act on the flop and was the BB, so that makes
> no sense either.

100/200/25 with 8 players works.

> I also don't know if it's a SNG or tourney, what the stack size of the
> bigger stack is, how many players are left, buyin amount, how many pay,
> and all sorts of other information that might help. This seems like a
> typical idiot who looks at his hole cards and nothing else and then makes
> shit up afterwards to disguise the fact that he can't play. Or at least
> try to.
>
> The other piece of info that would be helpful is exactly what "mr agg
> always betting" means when he calls a bet preflop. Was it an aggressive
> call? wtf?
>
>> the flop is very kind to me 2 J 2 rainbow no draws.I am not in love with
>> my 88 and have 2100 left in my stack.
>
> So wtf...is the flop very kind to him or does he not love it?
>
>> I didn't want to check and give him a
>> free card so I send out a 400 probe bet
>
> So he doesn't want to give him a free card but bets an amount that gives
> the guy what, 8:1 on his call? Might as well be a free card at this
> point.
>
>> and he makes a min raise to 800.
>> Min raises on the flop are tricky
>> 1. they have a HUGE hand and don't want to lose you
>> 2. they have a good draw and want to sweetin the pot a little
>> 3. they are full of crap and going for a cheap steal
>> This bet reeked to me because of the texture of the flop and the type of
>> player he is.
>> 1.JJ or 22 only huge hands if he had JJ he would have shoved preflop if
>> he
>> flopped quads God bless him he wins a nice pot
>> 2 no draws
>> 3.If he had AJ or KJ he would shove to protect his hand 99 1010 QQ KK AA
>> he would be all in preflop so my read is AK AQ thinking that we all
>> missed
>> the flop.
>
> The above is actually semi-literate half-way decent thinking, so I'll
> leave it be.
>
>> Now I could have shoved here but if he has gone this far there is
>> no way he is gonna fold so I call.
>
> This is just bad. Calling here makes no sense at all to me.

Absolutely. Calling leaves hero 1300, pot is 4546. What can hit the
turn/river he can fold to?
Villain shouldn't call anything on the river with a worse hand, except maybe
an underpair, is unlikely to bluff given the pot odds you are getting and
will definitely bet with a better hand. If you think you are ahead, get it
in here.

>> The turn is a 6s >> 2d Jc 2s 6s>> no A no K If I thought for one second
>> he
>> would go away I shove so I check and he bets 1200 and I insta put my
>> remaining 1350 chips in the pot conviced that I have him beat and
>> possibly
>> have the allin beat as well
>> they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
>> yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop
>> and
>> a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
>> and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
>> spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
>> On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
>> flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
>> and sends me to the rail.
>
> Green card. LOL at that.
>
> All in all this was a bad beat post. With more info about the game
> situation or whatever I lean towards a shove preflop. But for all I know
> with how bad this guy seems to be this was a situation where there's 7
> left in a 10 player double or nothing sng.
>
> ---
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> xaqmorphy@donkeymanifesto.com
> http://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
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>
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> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra
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Date: 27 Jan 2009 13:24:22
From: Will_gamble
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:

> Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> money goes in pre-flop.
>
> The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
> flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
> flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. Break
> out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.
>
>
> -------------- The post ------------
> I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.A short
> stack moves all in mr agg always betting (bigger stack) calls and I call
> 682 for a pot of 2946.
> the flop is very kind to me 2 J 2 rainbow no draws.I am not in love with
> my 88 and have 2100 left in my stack.I didn't want to check and give him a
> free card so I send out a 400 probe bet and he makes a min raise to 800.
> Min raises on the flop are tricky
> 1. they have a HUGE hand and don't want to lose you
> 2. they have a good draw and want to sweetin the pot a little
> 3. they are full of crap and going for a cheap steal
> This bet reeked to me because of the texture of the flop and the type of
> player he is.
> 1.JJ or 22 only huge hands if he had JJ he would have shoved preflop if he
> flopped quads God bless him he wins a nice pot
> 2 no draws
> 3.If he had AJ or KJ he would shove to protect his hand 99 1010 QQ KK AA
> he would be all in preflop so my read is AK AQ thinking that we all missed
> the flop.Now I could have shoved here but if he has gone this far there is
> no way he is gonna fold so I call.
> The turn is a 6s >> 2d Jc 2s 6s>> no A no K If I thought for one second he
> would go away I shove so I check and he bets 1200 and I insta put my
> remaining 1350 chips in the pot conviced that I have him beat and possibly
> have the allin beat as well
> they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
> yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop and
> a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
> and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
> spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
> On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
> flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
> and sends me to the rail.

1. Go to lobby
2. Pick Tourney
3. Buy in
4. Wait for tourney to start

Some variation of this has happen to me about a thousand times. If you
tell me you are playing higher than I suspect then I would gladly join you
in calling him something that makes you feel better.

Another thing. I have done so many things in frustration during a SnG or
Tourney that people must think I am the worst player in the world. I
think my ROI is around 25%, so I can play fairly decently at the levels I
choose to play.

I hate it, some times I can't trust it, but it is what you get in online
poker.

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Date: 28 Jan 2009 12:25:46
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 3:24 PM, Will_gamble wrote:

> On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:
>
> > Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> > pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> > money goes in pre-flop.
> >
> > The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
> > flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
> > flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. Break
> > out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.
> >
> >
> > -------------- The post ------------
> > I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.A short
> > stack moves all in mr agg always betting (bigger stack) calls and I call
> > 682 for a pot of 2946.
> > the flop is very kind to me 2 J 2 rainbow no draws.I am not in love with
> > my 88 and have 2100 left in my stack.I didn't want to check and give him a
> > free card so I send out a 400 probe bet and he makes a min raise to 800.
> > Min raises on the flop are tricky
> > 1. they have a HUGE hand and don't want to lose you
> > 2. they have a good draw and want to sweetin the pot a little
> > 3. they are full of crap and going for a cheap steal
> > This bet reeked to me because of the texture of the flop and the type of
> > player he is.
> > 1.JJ or 22 only huge hands if he had JJ he would have shoved preflop if he
> > flopped quads God bless him he wins a nice pot
> > 2 no draws
> > 3.If he had AJ or KJ he would shove to protect his hand 99 1010 QQ KK AA
> > he would be all in preflop so my read is AK AQ thinking that we all missed
> > the flop.Now I could have shoved here but if he has gone this far there is
> > no way he is gonna fold so I call.
> > The turn is a 6s >> 2d Jc 2s 6s>> no A no K If I thought for one second he
> > would go away I shove so I check and he bets 1200 and I insta put my
> > remaining 1350 chips in the pot conviced that I have him beat and possibly
> > have the allin beat as well
> > they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
> > yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop and
> > a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
> > and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
> > spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
> > On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
> > flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
> > and sends me to the rail.
>
> 1. Go to lobby
> 2. Pick Tourney
> 3. Buy in
> 4. Wait for tourney to start
>
> Some variation of this has happen to me about a thousand times. If you
> tell me you are playing higher than I suspect then I would gladly join you
> in calling him something that makes you feel better.
>
> Another thing. I have done so many things in frustration during a SnG or
> Tourney that people must think I am the worst player in the world. I
> think my ROI is around 25%, so I can play fairly decently at the levels I
> choose to play.

I CALL BULLSHIT .. SHOW ME THAT ROI !!....PURE BULLSHIT
>
> I hate it, some times I can't trust it, but it is what you get in online
> poker.


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Date: 27 Jan 2009 13:09:19
From:
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27, 2:48=A0pm, "MMelia" <a4f6...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> pre-flop. =A0I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> money goes in pre-flop.
>
> The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
> flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
> flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. =A0Bre=
ak
> out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.
>
> -------------- The post ------------
> I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.A short
> stack moves all in mr agg always betting (bigger stack) calls and I call
> 682 for a pot of 2946.
> the flop is very kind to me 2 J 2 rainbow no draws.I am not in love with
> my 88 and have 2100 left in my stack.I didn't want to check and give him =
a
> free card so I send out a 400 probe bet and he makes a min raise to 800.
> Min raises on the flop are tricky
> 1. they have a HUGE hand and don't want to lose you
> 2. they have a good draw and want to sweetin the pot a little
> 3. they are full of crap and going for a cheap steal
> This bet reeked to me because of the texture of the flop and the type of
> player he is.
> 1.JJ or 22 only huge hands if he had JJ he would have shoved preflop if h=
e
> flopped quads God bless him he wins a nice pot
> 2 no draws
> 3.If he had AJ or KJ he would shove to protect his hand 99 1010 QQ KK AA
> he would be all in preflop so my read is AK AQ thinking that we all misse=
d
> the flop.Now I could have shoved here but if he has gone this far there i=
s
> no way he is gonna fold so I call.
> The turn is a 6s >> 2d Jc 2s 6s>> no A no K If I thought for one second h=
e
> would go away I shove so I check and he bets 1200 and I insta put my
> remaining 1350 chips in the pot conviced that I have him beat and possibl=
y
> have the allin beat as well
> they flip the cards before the river card comes out and he has 5 3
> yes sir you heard right 5 3 >>>>> 2 J 2 6 with a player all in preflop an=
d
> a tight solid player leading out he decides to min raise me on the flop
> and continue betting knowing I am pot commited the allin player has 87s
> spades and the turn gives him a flush draw.
> On the river a nice green card (club) comes dancing out on the river no
> flush but it is the 4 of clubs which completes the runner runner straight
> and sends me to the rail.
>
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Nice whine.

Obviously a guy who calls an all-in w/ 53o is an idiot.

Croupe


 
Date: 27 Jan 2009 12:59:42
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:

> Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> money goes in pre-flop.
>
> The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
> flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
> flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. Break
> out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.
>
>
> -------------- The post ------------
> I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.

I got this far and concluded that this guy is a moron, and whatever he did
in the hand was likely moronic, so it didn't much matter what anyone else
says.

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Date: 28 Jan 2009 12:38:40
From: garycarson
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
I think morphy is correct.


On Jan 27 2009 3:59 PM, XaQ Morphy wrote:

> On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:
>
> > Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> > pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> > money goes in pre-flop.
> >
> > The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
> > flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
> > flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. Break
> > out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.
> >
> >
> > -------------- The post ------------
> > I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.
>
> I got this far and concluded that this guy is a moron, and whatever he did
> in the hand was likely moronic, so it didn't much matter what anyone else
> says.
>
> ---
> Morphy
> xaqmorphy@donkeymanifesto.com
> http://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" --igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra

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Date: 29 Jan 2009 13:20:08
From: mo_charles
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
> I think morphy is correct.

you must need computer help or something.

mo_charles

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Date: 27 Jan 2009 13:15:49
From: MMelia
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 3:59 PM, XaQ Morphy wrote:

> On Jan 27 2009 2:48 PM, MMelia wrote:
>
> > Anyone agree with me on this - This guy should have folded or shoved
> > pre-flop. I lean towards folding, but if I was going to play it... my
> > money goes in pre-flop.
> >
> > The discussion of his hand has all been about his weak ass play on the
> > flop, I pointed out he never should have been facing a decision on the
> > flop anyway (Gary Carson Lesson) - and holy shit did I catch hell. Break
> > out the cross, we may have to crucify Christ again.
> >
> >
> > -------------- The post ------------
> > I am in the big blind and look down at a pair of peanuts 88.
>
> I got this far and concluded that this guy is a moron, and whatever he did
> in the hand was likely moronic, so it didn't much matter what anyone else
> says.
>
> ---
> Morphy
> xaqmorphy@donkeymanifesto.com
> http://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" --igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra

Dude, wtf. Three weeks... no new blog stuff. Stop reading about peanuts
and hop to it.

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Date: 27 Jan 2009 13:36:18
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 3:15 PM, MMelia wrote:

> Dude, wtf. Three weeks... no new blog stuff. Stop reading about peanuts
> and hop to it.

3 weeks is nothing! I can do that standing on my head.

You disappoint me though...I was hoping you'd tell me how all I do is call
people names and never help out. Now I'm gonna have to go back and reply
for real. Sigh.

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Morphy
xaqmorphy@donkeymanifesto.com
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"I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" --igotskillz

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obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra

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Date: 27 Jan 2009 19:34:44
From: MMelia
Subject: Re: Am I so out of line?
On Jan 27 2009 4:36 PM, XaQ Morphy wrote:

> On Jan 27 2009 3:15 PM, MMelia wrote:
>
> > Dude, wtf. Three weeks... no new blog stuff. Stop reading about peanuts
> > and hop to it.
>
> 3 weeks is nothing! I can do that standing on my head.
>
> You disappoint me though...I was hoping you'd tell me how all I do is call
> people names and never help out. Now I'm gonna have to go back and reply
> for real. Sigh.
>
> ---
> Morphy
> xaqmorphy@donkeymanifesto.com
> http://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" --igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra

I think you help... I just pick on your name calling once in a while. I
reply to a post and usually get ... Look you fucking nit. lol

I don't take it personal though.

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