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Date: 25 Jan 2009 17:29:37
From: RussGeorgiev@aol.com
Subject: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
Russ,


I assure you, I was not attempting to cry or whine. Internet
communication does have its limitations when it comes to the intended
tone
of a message :)


As you may or may not have noticed, I have always treated you with
respect
on RGP. I know that you still have a lot of influence in the poker
world.
Heck, when I was at the WSOP last year, playing a 10/20 Omaha 8/b
side
game, the other players started talking about you spontaneously,
asking if
anyone had seen you lately. The conversation had nothing to do with
RGP
either, they seemed genuinely interested.


As for me, I'm 24 years old, started playing poker just over 2 years
ago
after seeing a WPT episode. I lost for about 6 months, playing low
limits, but through the help of books and RGP, became a winning
player,
mainly on Pacific Poker. I played 15/30 and 30/60 Limit Holdem and 7
Card
Stud.


I played in the WSOP last year by qualifying for 2 preliminary events
($1500 LHE and $1500 Omaha8/b), and the Main event. I also bought
into 4
other events ($1500 NLHE, $1500 Stud, $1500 NLHE shootout, and $1500
LHE
shootout). I learned some valuable lessons about game selection
there.
Although Limit games are among my strongest games online, the field in
a
Limit event at the WSOP was primarily composed of middle and high
limit
live-action players. My edge was minimal to non-existant, even though
I
did finish in the top 50% of the field in every event.


I cashed 141st/2350 in the $1500 NLHE event, thanks to some luck and
terrible opposition. I then finished 625th/5619 in the Main Event. I
was
in the top 50 in chips after a few nice hands where I had my sets
paid
off. Day two was unkind to me, however, culminating in a huge pot
(almost
$100k), where my opponent moved in after the flop of 983 rainbow with
pocket Tens, and I called with pocket Aces, and he spiked a Ten.
Still, I
kept chipping away and survived almost until the bubble, when I was
shortstacked with 15 big blinds, and elected to re-raise the table
bully
allin with pocket 55. He called with AJ, and hit a Jack on the turn
to
send me home.


I realized that No-Limit is the game to play at the WSOP, as that is
where
all the dead money lies.


Although I usually only play tournaments on weekends, my year has
been
highlighted by a 1st place on Ultimate Bet ($100) for $8100, 3rd place
on
Pokerroom ($300) for $5000, 3rd place on Ultimate Bet ($200) for
$14,000,
and two 1st/2nd place chops in a $22R on Stars for $7000 each.


Although I have only been playing part time, poker has provided me a
good
income, and I am leaving my job in August to play professionally.


I hope this answers your questions.


Jordan


______________________________________________________________

This was the only one I was posting. Seems you're like the Ocean.
You're like the tide. One day I know something, the next day I don't.

Funny you'd post this email at the bottom:)?

Russ Georgiev

www.pokermafia.com
www.pokerunchecked.com
www.russgeorgiev.com




 
Date: 26 Jan 2009 13:54:25
From: RussGeorgiev@aol.com
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
You're a professional Fell, just don't know what kind of pro. Not a
poker pro or you wouldn't be in the ARMY. Now do 100 sit-ups





On Jan 26, 10:09=EF=BF=BDam, "RussGeorg...@aol.com" <RussGeorg...@aol.com >
wrote:
> FANGie, you never cease to amaze me. Doyle already mentioned my posts
> were being printed and spread around in the big games. =EF=BF=BDBesides, =
you
> think FellKnight, who just played a $1.00 sit & go could ever get
> enough to sit in a $400-$800 game? He's lucky he could get into a $10-
> $20 game.
>
> On Jan 26, 6:17 am, "FangBanger" <a29b...@webnntp.invalid> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Jan 25 2009 7:29 PM, RussGeorg...@aol.com wrote:
>
> > > Russ,
>
> > > I assure you, I was not attempting to cry or whine. Internet
> > > communication does have its limitations when it comes to the intended
> > > tone
> > > of a message :)
>
> > > As you may or may not have noticed, I have always treated you with
> > > respect
> > > on RGP. I know that you still have a lot of influence in the poker
> > > world.
> > > Heck, when I was at the WSOP last year, playing a 10/20 Omaha 8/b
> > > side
> > > game, the other players started talking about you spontaneously,
> > > asking if
> > > anyone had seen you lately. The conversation had nothing to do with
> > > RGP
> > > either, they seemed genuinely interested.
>
> > 10-20 O8 game at a tourny is like a 50cent and one dollar blind game ..
> > wives and GF's of real players only . Now mention that someone at the
> > 400-800 Stud 8 mentions his name .
>
> > And Russ has absolutely no influence in poker .. he couldnt get a hot d=
og
> > comped or a free mustard to put on it !!
>
> > > As for me, I'm 24 years old, started playing poker just over 2 years
> > > ago
> > > after seeing a WPT episode.
>
> > so you are in fact a TVSM
>
> > I lost for about 6 months, playing low
>
> > > limits, but through the help of books and RGP, became a winning
> > > player,
> > > mainly on Pacific Poker. I played 15/30 and 30/60 Limit Holdem and 7
> > > Card
> > > Stud.
>
> > > I played in the WSOP last year by qualifying for 2 preliminary events
> > > ($1500 LHE and $1500 Omaha8/b), and the Main event. I also bought
> > > into 4
> > > other events ($1500 NLHE, $1500 Stud, $1500 NLHE shootout, and $1500
> > > LHE
> > > shootout).
>
> > Were all these buy ins before or after you claimed a 17,000 cash record
> > and were asking for more stake money to afford playing in the events ??
>
> > I learned some valuable lessons about game selection
>
> > > there.
> > > Although Limit games are among my strongest games online,
>
> > So , you won more in the limit games , than you did in the tournies ? .=
.
> > So then you won over 40,000 and needed money for these events ?
>
> > the field in
>
> > > a
> > > Limit event at the WSOP was primarily composed of middle and high
> > > limit
> > > live-action players. My edge was minimal to non-existant, even though
> > > I
> > > did finish in the top 50% of the field in every event.
>
> > Why in the world would you think that you had ANY EDGE , and people tha=
t
> > dont show up make it to near 50% of the field
>
> > > I cashed 141st/2350 in the $1500 NLHE event, thanks to some luck and
> > > terrible opposition. I then finished 625th/5619
>
> > Werent there over 6300 entries , at least 2 years in a row ?
>
> > in the Main Event. I
>
> > > was
> > > in the top 50 in chips after a few nice hands where I had my sets
> > > paid
> > > off. Day two was unkind to me, however, culminating in a huge pot
> > > (almost
> > > $100k), where my opponent moved in after the flop of 983 rainbow with
> > > pocket Tens, and I called with pocket Aces, and he spiked a Ten.
>
> > "You should have seen the one that got away !!""
>
> > > Still, I
> > > kept chipping away and survived almost until the bubble, when I was
> > > shortstacked with 15 big blinds, and elected to re-raise the table
> > > bully
> > > allin with pocket 55. He called with AJ, and hit a Jack on the turn
> > > to
> > > send me home.
>
> > > I realized that No-Limit is the game to play at the WSOP, as that is
> > > where
> > > all the dead money lies.
>
> > So you left a bunch or all of your DEAD MONEY there?
>
> > > Although I usually only play tournaments on weekends, my year has
> > > been
> > > highlighted by a 1st place on Ultimate Bet ($100) for $8100, 3rd plac=
e
> > > on
> > > Pokerroom ($300) for $5000, 3rd place on Ultimate Bet ($200) for
> > > $14,000,
> > > and two 1st/2nd place chops in a $22R on Stars for $7000 each.
>
> > > Although I have only been playing part time, poker has provided me a
> > > good
> > > income, and I am leaving my job in August to play professionally.
>
> > Crafty strategy .. you leave to do it professionally ..NOW?... NOW?
>
> > Does any of this look strange to you ?
>
> > > I hope this answers your questions.
>
> > > Jordan
>
> > > ______________________________________________________________
>
> > > This was the only one I was posting. Seems you're like the Ocean.
> > > You're like the tide. One day I know something, the next day I don't.
>
> > > Funny you'd post this email at the bottom:)?
>
> > > Russ Georgiev
>
> > >www.pokermafia.com
> > >www.pokerunchecked.com
> > >www.russgeorgiev.com
>
> > Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrociti=
es.
> > Voltaire
>
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Date: 26 Jan 2009 10:09:27
From: RussGeorgiev@aol.com
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
FANGie, you never cease to amaze me. Doyle already mentioned my posts
were being printed and spread around in the big games. Besides, you
think FellKnight, who just played a $1.00 sit & go could ever get
enough to sit in a $400-$800 game? He's lucky he could get into a $10-
$20 game.







On Jan 26, 6:17=EF=BF=BDam, "FangBanger" <a29b...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> On Jan 25 2009 7:29 PM, RussGeorg...@aol.com wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > Russ,
>
> > I assure you, I was not attempting to cry or whine. =EF=BF=BDInternet
> > communication does have its limitations when it comes to the intended
> > tone
> > of a message :)
>
> > As you may or may not have noticed, I have always treated you with
> > respect
> > on RGP. =EF=BF=BDI know that you still have a lot of influence in the p=
oker
> > world.
> > =EF=BF=BDHeck, when I was at the WSOP last year, playing a 10/20 Omaha =
8/b
> > side
> > game, the other players started talking about you spontaneously,
> > asking if
> > anyone had seen you lately. =EF=BF=BDThe conversation had nothing to do=
with
> > RGP
> > either, they seemed genuinely interested.
>
> 10-20 O8 game at a tourny is like a 50cent and one dollar blind game ..
> wives and GF's of real players only . Now mention that someone at the
> 400-800 Stud 8 mentions his name .
>
> And Russ has absolutely no influence in poker .. he couldnt get a hot dog
> comped or a free mustard to put on it !!
>
>
>
> > As for me, I'm 24 years old, started playing poker just over 2 years
> > ago
> > after seeing a WPT episode.
>
> so you are in fact a TVSM
>
> =EF=BF=BDI lost for about 6 months, playing low
>
> > limits, but through the help of books and RGP, became a winning
> > player,
> > mainly on Pacific Poker. =EF=BF=BDI played 15/30 and 30/60 Limit Holdem=
and 7
> > Card
> > Stud.
>
> > I played in the WSOP last year by qualifying for 2 preliminary events
> > ($1500 LHE and $1500 Omaha8/b), and the Main event. =EF=BF=BDI also bou=
ght
> > into 4
> > other events ($1500 NLHE, $1500 Stud, $1500 NLHE shootout, and $1500
> > LHE
> > shootout).
>
> Were all these buy ins before or after you claimed a 17,000 cash record
> and were asking for more stake money to afford playing in the events ??
>
> =EF=BF=BD I learned some valuable lessons about game selection
>
> > there.
> > Although Limit games are among my strongest games online,
>
> So , you won more in the limit games , than you did in the tournies ? ..
> So then you won over 40,000 and needed money for these events ?
>
> the field in
>
> > a
> > Limit event at the WSOP was primarily composed of middle and high
> > limit
> > live-action players. =EF=BF=BDMy edge was minimal to non-existant, even=
though
> > I
> > did finish in the top 50% of the field in every event.
>
> Why in the world would you think that you had ANY EDGE , and people that
> dont show up make it to near 50% of the field
>
>
>
> > I cashed 141st/2350 in the $1500 NLHE event, thanks to some luck and
> > terrible opposition. =EF=BF=BDI then finished 625th/5619
>
> Werent there over 6300 entries , at least 2 years in a row ?
>
> in the Main Event. =EF=BF=BDI
>
> > was
> > in the top 50 in chips after a few nice hands where I had my sets
> > paid
> > off. =EF=BF=BDDay two was unkind to me, however, culminating in a huge =
pot
> > (almost
> > $100k), where my opponent moved in after the flop of 983 rainbow with
> > pocket Tens, and I called with pocket Aces, and he spiked a Ten.
>
> "You should have seen the one that got away !!""
>
> > Still, I
> > kept chipping away and survived almost until the bubble, when I was
> > shortstacked with 15 big blinds, and elected to re-raise the table
> > bully
> > allin with pocket 55. =EF=BF=BDHe called with AJ, and hit a Jack on the=
turn
> > to
> > send me home.
>
> > I realized that No-Limit is the game to play at the WSOP, as that is
> > where
> > all the dead money lies.
>
> So you left a bunch or all of your DEAD MONEY there?
>
>
>
> > Although I usually only play tournaments on weekends, my year has
> > been
> > highlighted by a 1st place on Ultimate Bet ($100) for $8100, 3rd place
> > on
> > Pokerroom ($300) for $5000, 3rd place on Ultimate Bet ($200) for
> > $14,000,
> > and two 1st/2nd place chops in a $22R on Stars for $7000 each.
>
> > Although I have only been playing part time, poker has provided me a
> > good
> > income, and I am leaving my job in August to play professionally.
>
> Crafty strategy .. you leave to do it professionally ..NOW?... NOW?
>
> Does any of this look strange to you ?
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > I hope this answers your questions.
>
> > Jordan
>
> > ______________________________________________________________
>
> > This was the only one I was posting. Seems you're like the Ocean.
> > You're like the tide. One day I know something, the next day I don't.
>
> > Funny you'd post this email at the bottom:)?
>
> > Russ Georgiev
>
> >www.pokermafia.com
> >www.pokerunchecked.com
> >www.russgeorgiev.com
>
> Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities=
.
> Voltaire
>
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Date: 26 Jan 2009 13:36:26
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
On Jan 26 2009 1:09 PM, RussGeorgiev@aol.com wrote:

> FANGie, you never cease to amaze me. Doyle already mentioned my posts
> were being printed and spread around in the big games. Besides, you
> think FellKnight, who just played a $1.00 sit & go could ever get
> enough to sit in a $400-$800 game? He's lucky he could get into a $10-
> $20 game.

OMG Fell played a $1 SNG STONE HIM!!!! lol

Fell
--
"Don't underestimate Fell. He's a smart kid."
- Paul Popinjay, RGP, Nov 15, 2008

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Date: 26 Jan 2009 10:29:38
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
On Jan 26 2009 12:09 PM, RussGeorgiev@aol.com wrote:

> think FellKnight, who just played a $1.00 sit & go could ever get

The $1 SNG was a joke there, sparky. Fell lost $100 on that one as we had
a last longer bet going.

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xaqmorphy@donkeymanifesto.com
http://www.donkeymanifesto.com

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Date: 26 Jan 2009 06:17:56
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
On Jan 25 2009 7:29 PM, RussGeorgiev@aol.com wrote:

> Russ,
>
>
> I assure you, I was not attempting to cry or whine. Internet
> communication does have its limitations when it comes to the intended
> tone
> of a message :)
>
>
> As you may or may not have noticed, I have always treated you with
> respect
> on RGP. I know that you still have a lot of influence in the poker
> world.
> Heck, when I was at the WSOP last year, playing a 10/20 Omaha 8/b
> side
> game, the other players started talking about you spontaneously,
> asking if
> anyone had seen you lately. The conversation had nothing to do with
> RGP
> either, they seemed genuinely interested.

10-20 O8 game at a tourny is like a 50cent and one dollar blind game ..
wives and GF's of real players only . Now mention that someone at the
400-800 Stud 8 mentions his name .

And Russ has absolutely no influence in poker .. he couldnt get a hot dog
comped or a free mustard to put on it !!
>
>
> As for me, I'm 24 years old, started playing poker just over 2 years
> ago
> after seeing a WPT episode.

so you are in fact a TVSM


I lost for about 6 months, playing low
> limits, but through the help of books and RGP, became a winning
> player,
> mainly on Pacific Poker. I played 15/30 and 30/60 Limit Holdem and 7
> Card
> Stud.
>
>
> I played in the WSOP last year by qualifying for 2 preliminary events
> ($1500 LHE and $1500 Omaha8/b), and the Main event. I also bought
> into 4
> other events ($1500 NLHE, $1500 Stud, $1500 NLHE shootout, and $1500
> LHE
> shootout).

Were all these buy ins before or after you claimed a 17,000 cash record
and were asking for more stake money to afford playing in the events ??


I learned some valuable lessons about game selection
> there.
> Although Limit games are among my strongest games online,

So , you won more in the limit games , than you did in the tournies ? ..
So then you won over 40,000 and needed money for these events ?


the field in
> a
> Limit event at the WSOP was primarily composed of middle and high
> limit
> live-action players. My edge was minimal to non-existant, even though
> I
> did finish in the top 50% of the field in every event.

Why in the world would you think that you had ANY EDGE , and people that
dont show up make it to near 50% of the field
>
>
> I cashed 141st/2350 in the $1500 NLHE event, thanks to some luck and
> terrible opposition. I then finished 625th/5619

Werent there over 6300 entries , at least 2 years in a row ?


in the Main Event. I
> was
> in the top 50 in chips after a few nice hands where I had my sets
> paid
> off. Day two was unkind to me, however, culminating in a huge pot
> (almost
> $100k), where my opponent moved in after the flop of 983 rainbow with
> pocket Tens, and I called with pocket Aces, and he spiked a Ten.

"You should have seen the one that got away !!""


> Still, I
> kept chipping away and survived almost until the bubble, when I was
> shortstacked with 15 big blinds, and elected to re-raise the table
> bully
> allin with pocket 55. He called with AJ, and hit a Jack on the turn
> to
> send me home.
>
>
> I realized that No-Limit is the game to play at the WSOP, as that is
> where
> all the dead money lies.

So you left a bunch or all of your DEAD MONEY there?
>
>
> Although I usually only play tournaments on weekends, my year has
> been
> highlighted by a 1st place on Ultimate Bet ($100) for $8100, 3rd place
> on
> Pokerroom ($300) for $5000, 3rd place on Ultimate Bet ($200) for
> $14,000,
> and two 1st/2nd place chops in a $22R on Stars for $7000 each.
>
>
> Although I have only been playing part time, poker has provided me a
> good
> income, and I am leaving my job in August to play professionally.

Crafty strategy .. you leave to do it professionally ..NOW?... NOW?

Does any of this look strange to you ?
>
>
> I hope this answers your questions.
>
>
> Jordan
>
>
> ______________________________________________________________
>
> This was the only one I was posting. Seems you're like the Ocean.
> You're like the tide. One day I know something, the next day I don't.
>
> Funny you'd post this email at the bottom:)?
>
> Russ Georgiev
>
> www.pokermafia.com
> www.pokerunchecked.com
> www.russgeorgiev.com


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Date: 26 Jan 2009 07:54:52
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
On Jan 26 2009 9:17 AM, FangBanger wrote:

> On Jan 25 2009 7:29 PM, RussGeorgiev@aol.com wrote:
>
> > Russ,
> >
> >
> > I assure you, I was not attempting to cry or whine. Internet
> > communication does have its limitations when it comes to the intended
> > tone
> > of a message :)
> >
> >
> > As you may or may not have noticed, I have always treated you with
> > respect
> > on RGP. I know that you still have a lot of influence in the poker
> > world.
> > Heck, when I was at the WSOP last year, playing a 10/20 Omaha 8/b
> > side
> > game, the other players started talking about you spontaneously,
> > asking if
> > anyone had seen you lately. The conversation had nothing to do with
> > RGP
> > either, they seemed genuinely interested.
>
> 10-20 O8 game at a tourny is like a 50cent and one dollar blind game ..
> wives and GF's of real players only . Now mention that someone at the
> 400-800 Stud 8 mentions his name .
>
> And Russ has absolutely no influence in poker .. he couldnt get a hot dog
> comped or a free mustard to put on it !!

Yes, I was blowing smoke up his ass hoping he might give added weight to
the $10k stake.

> >
> > As for me, I'm 24 years old, started playing poker just over 2 years
> > ago
> > after seeing a WPT episode.
>
> so you are in fact a TVSM

Since when have I ever denied that, RB? I still play all the games better
than you.

> > I lost for about 6 months, playing low
> > limits, but through the help of books and RGP, became a winning
> > player,
> > mainly on Pacific Poker. I played 15/30 and 30/60 Limit Holdem and 7
> > Card
> > Stud.
> >
> >
> > I played in the WSOP last year by qualifying for 2 preliminary events
> > ($1500 LHE and $1500 Omaha8/b), and the Main event. I also bought
> > into 4
> > other events ($1500 NLHE, $1500 Stud, $1500 NLHE shootout, and $1500
> > LHE
> > shootout).
>
> Were all these buy ins before or after you claimed a 17,000 cash record
> and were asking for more stake money to afford playing in the events ??

Before. My biggest cash at that point was the $160 satty to the $10k Main
Event. I had a few cashes for 2-6k at the time.

>
> I learned some valuable lessons about game selection
> > there.
> > Although Limit games are among my strongest games online,
>
> So , you won more in the limit games , than you did in the tournies ? ..
> So then you won over 40,000 and needed money for these events ?

Yes, I bankrolled my trip to Vegas (and my subsequest $15k loss) through
wins in the Limit games online. I won $12k in one week in Jan 05 at 15/30
Stud. That was a truly sick run.

>
> the field in
> > a
> > Limit event at the WSOP was primarily composed of middle and high
> > limit
> > live-action players. My edge was minimal to non-existant, even though
> > I
> > did finish in the top 50% of the field in every event.
>
> Why in the world would you think that you had ANY EDGE , and people that
> dont show up make it to near 50% of the field

I did not have an edge against those players. I thought I would because
limit games (and tournies) online were so weak. I actually did better
than that, except that in one event I busted halfway thru. The rest of
the events, I did not finish worst than top quarter.

> >
> > I cashed 141st/2350 in the $1500 NLHE event, thanks to some luck and
> > terrible opposition. I then finished 625th/5619
>
> Werent there over 6300 entries , at least 2 years in a row ?

2005 Main Event, try to keep up. These emails are from Russ, you cannot
expect them to be current.

>
> in the Main Event. I
> > was
> > in the top 50 in chips after a few nice hands where I had my sets
> > paid
> > off. Day two was unkind to me, however, culminating in a huge pot
> > (almost
> > $100k), where my opponent moved in after the flop of 983 rainbow with
> > pocket Tens, and I called with pocket Aces, and he spiked a Ten.
>
> "You should have seen the one that got away !!""

lol, you would not know the feeling of having had the chance to be in the
top 5 in chips in a Main Event.

>
> > Still, I
> > kept chipping away and survived almost until the bubble, when I was
> > shortstacked with 15 big blinds, and elected to re-raise the table
> > bully
> > allin with pocket 55. He called with AJ, and hit a Jack on the turn
> > to
> > send me home.
> >
> >
> > I realized that No-Limit is the game to play at the WSOP, as that is
> > where
> > all the dead money lies.
>
> So you left a bunch or all of your DEAD MONEY there?

No, I played only the two events. I cashed one and got unlucky to not
cash in the other. I maintain that this is still the case.

> >
> > Although I usually only play tournaments on weekends, my year has
> > been
> > highlighted by a 1st place on Ultimate Bet ($100) for $8100, 3rd place
> > on
> > Pokerroom ($300) for $5000, 3rd place on Ultimate Bet ($200) for
> > $14,000,
> > and two 1st/2nd place chops in a $22R on Stars for $7000 each.
> >
> >
> > Although I have only been playing part time, poker has provided me a
> > good
> > income, and I am leaving my job in August to play professionally.
>
> Crafty strategy .. you leave to do it professionally ..NOW?... NOW?
>
> Does any of this look strange to you ?

I had a commitment to finish my contract in the Army until July 06. I did
so.

Fell
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Date: 26 Jan 2009 03:51:30
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
How much time did I waste? About 5 minutes.
Why was that email at the bottom? I sent them in chronological order.

Hey Russ, How does that smoke up your ass feel? I've always wondered.

You think that I would be shamed by you showing me that I used to consider
you a prominent figure in the poker world? You know what? I also used to
believe in Santa Claus.

Fell

On Jan 25 2009 8:29 PM, RussGeorgiev@aol.com wrote:

> Russ,
>
>
> I assure you, I was not attempting to cry or whine. Internet
> communication does have its limitations when it comes to the intended
> tone
> of a message :)
>
>
> As you may or may not have noticed, I have always treated you with
> respect
> on RGP. I know that you still have a lot of influence in the poker
> world.
> Heck, when I was at the WSOP last year, playing a 10/20 Omaha 8/b
> side
> game, the other players started talking about you spontaneously,
> asking if
> anyone had seen you lately. The conversation had nothing to do with
> RGP
> either, they seemed genuinely interested.
>
>
> As for me, I'm 24 years old, started playing poker just over 2 years
> ago
> after seeing a WPT episode. I lost for about 6 months, playing low
> limits, but through the help of books and RGP, became a winning
> player,
> mainly on Pacific Poker. I played 15/30 and 30/60 Limit Holdem and 7
> Card
> Stud.
>
>
> I played in the WSOP last year by qualifying for 2 preliminary events
> ($1500 LHE and $1500 Omaha8/b), and the Main event. I also bought
> into 4
> other events ($1500 NLHE, $1500 Stud, $1500 NLHE shootout, and $1500
> LHE
> shootout). I learned some valuable lessons about game selection
> there.
> Although Limit games are among my strongest games online, the field in
> a
> Limit event at the WSOP was primarily composed of middle and high
> limit
> live-action players. My edge was minimal to non-existant, even though
> I
> did finish in the top 50% of the field in every event.
>
>
> I cashed 141st/2350 in the $1500 NLHE event, thanks to some luck and
> terrible opposition. I then finished 625th/5619 in the Main Event. I
> was
> in the top 50 in chips after a few nice hands where I had my sets
> paid
> off. Day two was unkind to me, however, culminating in a huge pot
> (almost
> $100k), where my opponent moved in after the flop of 983 rainbow with
> pocket Tens, and I called with pocket Aces, and he spiked a Ten.
> Still, I
> kept chipping away and survived almost until the bubble, when I was
> shortstacked with 15 big blinds, and elected to re-raise the table
> bully
> allin with pocket 55. He called with AJ, and hit a Jack on the turn
> to
> send me home.
>
>
> I realized that No-Limit is the game to play at the WSOP, as that is
> where
> all the dead money lies.
>
>
> Although I usually only play tournaments on weekends, my year has
> been
> highlighted by a 1st place on Ultimate Bet ($100) for $8100, 3rd place
> on
> Pokerroom ($300) for $5000, 3rd place on Ultimate Bet ($200) for
> $14,000,
> and two 1st/2nd place chops in a $22R on Stars for $7000 each.
>
>
> Although I have only been playing part time, poker has provided me a
> good
> income, and I am leaving my job in August to play professionally.
>
>
> I hope this answers your questions.
>
>
> Jordan
>
>
> ______________________________________________________________
>
> This was the only one I was posting. Seems you're like the Ocean.
> You're like the tide. One day I know something, the next day I don't.
>
> Funny you'd post this email at the bottom:)?
>
> Russ Georgiev
>
> www.pokermafia.com
> www.pokerunchecked.com
> www.russgeorgiev.com


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Date: 26 Jan 2009 06:48:49
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
On Jan 26 2009 5:51 AM, FellKnight wrote:

> http://www.worldseriesofpoker.com/players/searchresults.asp

this site shows your name , and NO CASHES IN WSOP


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Date: 26 Jan 2009 07:57:04
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
On Jan 26 2009 9:48 AM, FangBanger wrote:

> On Jan 26 2009 5:51 AM, FellKnight wrote:
>
> > http://www.worldseriesofpoker.com/players/searchresults.asp
>
> this site shows your name , and NO CASHES IN WSOP
>
>
> ???????????????????????????????????????????????????

I found it on my first try:

Jordan Davenport

Bluff-ESPN Power Ranking:
Total WSOP & Circuit Earnings: $2,545

WSOP Bracelets: 0
WSOP Cashes: 1
WSOP Earnings: $2,545

Circuit Cashes: 0
Circuit Earnings: $0



Tournament data:
Event Date Place Winnings
2005 36th Annual World Series of Poker
No-Limit Hold'Em (Event 2)
$1,500 buy-in 6/3/2005 141st $2,545

Precisely as I claimed.

Fell
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Date: 26 Jan 2009 06:36:00
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: Fellknight, who much time did you waste?--Russ G
On Jan 26 2009 5:51 AM, FellKnight wrote:

> Vanessa Rousso finished 625th out of 6800 last year ..

Were you dressed in drag ?

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