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$, in tournament winnings before the win. That included a previous best of $66, for winning the Fall Poker Round Up in Pendleton, Oregon.


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Poker: Back in the Saddle by Johnny Hale | I was saddened today to learn of the passing of a 09/10/ As for my family, we will be leaving soon to attend the Fall Poker Roundup in Pendleton, Oregon to host "The Seniors" World and citizens take time out from the poker games and their other activities to go vote.


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Virtually the only hand that he or most people would check behind immediately here is AJ. Then I was anted and blinded down to about 11K. So this should give you an example of why I wanted to get a hand against this guy. Super tight players are hard players to play against if they just call.

I had some pretty bad luck, but I also did some stupid stuff that probably contributed to my lousy showing. So I call and he shows the AJ and I show my full house.

The flop was or something, she bet like 10K and he went all-in. Pendleton fall poker roundup 2020 results occasionally do it with junk. I am prone to be too aggressive, and this was one of many spots where my aggressive instincts got the better of me. She called and he had 77 and she had QQ.

He bets about 5K almost immediately. There was one very interesting hand from a poker tells perspective, where my read see more an opponent helped me survive getting a full house beaten.

Okay, thanks.

Because his hand is weighted to either a better full house or a missed flush draw, my only play is to check to him. I make it Yankee calls, and so does the big blind, who is the other super-loose player at the table. I ended up getting my little stack in good a couple times and running my stack up to 17K at its highest. He raises to about 4K. Read about the BvB situation. There were players. They might even do this with JJ-AA, just so they keep you honest, it makes you uncertain playing OOP, and you might be destined to barrel down to your own doom. Wildhorse Casino in Pendleton. The turn is another Jack, making it AJ6J. I think my main fault in this was, as you say, not taking into account the slight bit of history I knew about this opponent; that he was volatile and prone to calling very light. Despite this massive chip loss, Yankee guy was still sitting pretty healthy when our hand went down, probably around 20K or so. But the immediate check-behind at least made me cautious and at least led to my survival. Big blind folds. I like what you say. At this point I was prepared to get it all in. Many players adopt a slightly different perspective of BvB. If my read was that good. Try not to put your stack at risk unless you have to. An immediate check in this situation, with the history of this hand, is extremely worrying. But in this spot, because he was the aggressor, and would be expected, as the aggressor, to be thinking about either getting value or making a bluff, his check behind is extremely polarizing and, I think, extremely weighted in the strong range. Obv planning to fold to a shove … When you are going to play SB v BB think of the next move depending if villan reraises or calls. I knew that if he just had a single A or J and was raising me, which was possible, if I shoved, he was just going to fold. I technically never advocate showing a strong hand played weakly, or advocate giving information in general, but in this case, I was left crippled, with only about 2. He was probably She raised pre-flop large, he called. I had stayed out of most pots because I was card dead. Then I started wondering if I could have folded the river. So I call. Okay, so blinds are with a 50 ante. When you are going to play SB v BB think of the next move depending if villan reraises or calls. At this point in the tourney blinds were at and antes were There were two guys at the table who had randomly and luckily accumulated large stacks and were getting in every pot. The river is a low blank. Flop comes AJ6, with the Ace and 6 being clubs. Meaning, most players will give even tight players less credit when they raise in SB vs BB. At least consider it, even if he decides to play it safe and check. As played given your stack size 13bb vs villain, and the situation i. I had about 13K at this point in time. Yankee is two seats behind me, on the button. Thanks for the input. Obv planning to fold to a shove …. I had a few other interesting hands from the Pendleton trip, which I might post later. So the pot is at this point. By raising, you can force a normal fold, and if he raises you back you have the information you need, and you can fold with enough of your stack to continue another 2 orbits, while waiting for a good hand to shove. The one player I really wanted to get into a pot with was one of these super-loose guys who was calling large raises pre-flop and putting in a lot of chips, either calling or betting, with marginal hands. Call me greedy, though, but I wanted to double up through him. Showing I can read hands and all.