I miss playing it
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I miss playing it
Against someone who opens and cbets a ton, c/r once or twice doesn't make him aggressive.
Too much heat for 99, 88 should fold but he might call. He could have JJ b/c he...
I like 3bet if his c/r is for value or a semi-bluff, which is the case if he's passive/tight. If he's lag then I like to call and allow him to donate another bet on the turn.
But by default, what...
I usually don't pay attention to SB VPIP. If we're going to go into detail what he's doing from the SB, we need hands shown down. He's 20/9/3 so he's not likely to run any creative bluffs (e.g...
Unfortunately it won't be attached.
Poker legislation has already passed in Nevada, making intrastate poker legal there. The only holdup is that the regulators are getting their act together and then will be licensing sites. Many...
But governor Sandoval's spokesperson shot down these claims:
(thank a poster on another forum for this info)
Even though I'll likely never play PS (as a free American), this is good, as it'll reduce the standard we've been forced to accept.
Congrats Joss. Tell them what's up
BI for a tournament/SNG is the total money you put in for 1 game, so a $10+$1 tournament has a $11 BI, as jspill said.
BI = Buyin. If in the context of a cash game, generally 100bb.
Cooler = A hand too strong to fold. Be careful as to what you write off as coolers, always question whether you could've folded or...
Unsure about PS, they made an agreement to never serve US players. They could probably come back in some weird way like a casino partnering with them.
I think Party is a possibility.
I asked the following questions:
And a respected poster on another forum responded:
Could it be Everleaf is insolvent?
If that's the only good news, that makes 2011 more depressing.
edit: little slow, i get it now...
One clarification iirc is that the indictments were not based on violation of the Wire Act, rather violation of state laws. However, DoJ's clarification of the Wire Act allows intrastate poker and...
Not PS/AP/UB due to the BF agreement. Potentially FT - Tapie and DoJ agreed that FT would be allowed into the US market. Though there's a little controversy on that as it'll be up to the regulators...
DoJ as stated that the Wire Act, which supposedly made poker illegal under the UIGEA, only applies to "support events and contests." ...
Everleaf's decision is pretty interesting. If less fish are depositing, they need to subsidize them. Take the massive rake generated by the regulars and allocate some of that towards bonuses (which...
turn is obv very interesting. c/c turn and river seems best, but i'm not seidel :eek:
Things are definitely looking up:
FTP and GBT Agree on Assets; DOJ Next in Queue
I contacted Jeff Ifrah a few nights ago for some updates. Here's the discussion:
Highly doubt it.
Even if they required proof, in what form? A screenshot? That's not proof, anyone can photoshop that.
On a side note, how do people not know how much they had on the site?...
I said what to: "which makes sense cause it was US pros that seemed to have gotten greedy"
Not sure what you're saying