I love being a perp.

This happened at the $20+2 Sit & Go I just won (another $100, half of which again went straight in the ol’ bank account):

#Game No : 1598324612
***** Hand History for Game 1598324612 *****
NL Hold’em $20 Buy-in + $2 Entry Fee Trny:9606673 Level:2 Blinds(15/30) – Wednesday, February 16, 00:59:54 EDT 2005
Table Table 13863 (Real Money)
Seat 5 is the button
Total number of players : 9
Seat 2: Loogaroo ( $725 )
Seat 3: CatskillHawk ( $395 )
Seat 5: Savinelli ( $1065 )
Seat 7: pamu5 ( $1235 )
Seat 4: Brian40_02 ( $515 )
Seat 1: PokarPhukar ( $1930 )
Seat 6: Shaunorator ( $1040 )
Seat 10: maramell ( $775 )
Seat 8: patentmaster ( $320 )
Trny:9606673 Level:2
Blinds(15/30)
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Loogaroo [ Ts Th ]
patentmaster folds.
maramell folds.
PokarPhukar folds.
Loogaroo raises [120].
CatskillHawk folds.
Brian40_02 is all-In [515]
Savinelli: damn
Savinelli is all-In [1065]
Shaunorator folds.
pamu5 folds.
Loogaroo is all-In [605]
** Dealing Flop ** [ Kh, 7c, 9s ]
** Dealing Turn ** [ Jc ]
** Dealing River ** [ Qs ]
PokarPhukar: fun fun
Loogaroo shows [ Ts, Th ] a straight, nine to king.
Brian40_02 shows [ Js, Jh ] three of a kind, jacks.
Savinelli shows [ Qd, Qh ] three of a kind, queens.
Brian40_02 finished in ninth place.
Savinelli wins 340 chips from side pot #2 with three of a kind, queens.
Loogaroo wins 420 chips from side pot #1 with a straight, nine to king.
Loogaroo wins 1590 chips from the main pot with a straight, nine to king.

I’ve been on a pretty good run as of late: I’ve made about $400 in the last couple of weeks, and half of that’s been liquidated so as to not get too ambitious (/me remembers those ill-fated $100 buy-in tournaments I flamed out on several months back). Of course, I think it has less to do with my skill as a poker player and more to do with making a few key hands. Still, money is money.

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One thought on “I love being a perp.

  1. Anonymous

    One of the most important skills in poker is knowing when not to press too hard. So I’d say you’re learning that lesson very well now, and it will factor in heavily on making you a better poker player.

    -Beast

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