Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in October 2022

I Seen it But I Don’t Believe It …스포츠토토

Glenda Conner 0

…well anyone that is even semi-regularly reading my blog will realise by now I’m trying hard to avoid the bad beat stories. It has to be the most tempting thing in poker, to cry to the world how if only you just ran normal, then your스포츠토토would be awesome … and yet noone wants to hear it, because everyone struggles with variance to some extent.
So with that out of the way … I’m not really going to tell a bad beat story – more of a cooler story. Becuase in the last 72 hours, I have run KK into AA no less than SIX TIMES. Yep 6 … in what could not be more than 1000 hands of poker. 5 online and one live. What are the odds of that ??? I’m getting to the point where I flinch when I see the first K dealt! Fortunately the last one I sucked out and hit a K on the river, or otherwise I think my mouse might have been in danger …
Despite what it fairly obviously just a horrendous short term run of variance, it is more interesting becuase I have been playing more and more on UB where the average VPIP of games is usually over 50. This means the games are ultra juicy but the swings are obviously going to be way bigger. I have trouble giving 55+ VPIP players for a hand, I get three or four bet and assume that because they are mega loose their range must be wide. I think I need to start realising that this isnt necessarily the case in raised or re-raised pots.
Rebuy Fun
Over on the private forum I am a member of, called the Plus One, back in January I ran a series of tournaments which proved quite successful. The most entertaining of these was the $2 Rebuy, with 26 entrants we managed a prize pool somehwere in the region of $1500, total degeneracy! Anyway given it worked so well I organised another which was played last week.
We only got ten starters this time which was a bit of a disappointment, however there was still a lot of rebuying 🙂 I managed to take it down for $222, not bad considering I was in for only $15. I had a set of nines cracked early but then had a few hands hold up to mean I didnt need to rebuy a lot. Two big hands helped me on my way, once I had TT on a T88 flop where my opponent held an 8, and then when 3 way I made the nut flush with AdQd and my opponent made a smaller flush. Heads up went for well over an hour considering how many chips were in play, thats the other difference with these rebuys … you end up with enormous chipstacks relative to the blinds if you actually go deep. A lot of fun and that puts my limited tourney record for the …

먹튀검증Round 6 Footy Tips

Glenda Conner 0

There a two standout games this weekend with Hawthorn and Carton going head to head with both clubs needing to answer to their critics. Hawthorn were less than convincing after a win against a bottom 8 side in the Eagles where they should have stretched the winning margin out먹튀검증more than 18 points.
The St Kilda V Bulldogs game is the match of the round with both teams destined to do well in 2022. This will be the biggest test for the Saints this season and the result will show if they can match it with the big teams after a perfect start to the year.
AFL Tip of the Week: For all the punters my tip of the round is Hawks, West Coast and Adelaide to win in a multi that at IASbet will pay around $6.30. You can place this bet on at IASbet and get a $100 free bet when depositing $50 or more.
North Melbourne V Collingwood. Friday night at Etihad Stadium
Selection: Collingwood
The Pies have had an average start to what was expected to be a real contender after making it to the pre-season final. After a disappointing loss to their arch rival Carton last week I think they will bounce back against the Roos and have a comfortable victory. Also with Brett Harvey out for up to 12 weeks through injury it will only make the task tougher for the Kangaroos.
Hawthorn V Carlton. Saturday at the MCG
Selection: Hawthorn
This should be a very high paced, high scoring game. Both clubs have fast game styles which makes for great footy. This game will ultimately come down to which team makes the most of the inside 50 entries that both teams are very good at creating. The big forwards in Fevola, Buddy Franklin and Roughhead will be the key to success and I think the Hawks will come out on top. With premiership players Stephen Gilham, Brent Guerra and Michael Osborne returning for the Hawks their form from last year will start to return.
West Coast V Fremantle. Saturday at Subiaco Oval
Selection: West Coast
West Coast are usually an unstoppable force in Subiaco and with the added hype of the local derby the Eagles should fly high over what looks to be another disappointing year for the Dockers. As I have said in previous tips never to tip Freo. The battle of the WA rucks will be worth a look with both Cox and Sandilands going head to head in the middle. Sandilands dominated the leagues top ruck Darren Jolly last weekend with 46 hitouts.
Brisbane V Essendon. Saturday Night at the Gabba
Selection: Brisbane
This one is tough to make a prediction but I think home ground advantage will come into play at the Gabba. Brisbane should make up for the huge loss to a top class Geelong outfit last weekend. Essendon are showing good spirit with three wins this year and a massive 5 point win against a skilled …

Professional Slot online Tour – Second Season Event Begins in May Next Year

Glenda Conner 0

The second season of the World Slot online Tour’s Professional Poker Tour will kick off in May 2006. This delay has occurred because the organizers had not been able to shortlist the right TV channel for the event. The first season of the Professional poker Tour was held in November 2004. This event took place at Foxwoods, during the World Poker Open. It was captured by John Juanda. Poker enthusiasts find tremendous potential in this Tour. This is largely due to the fact that it attracts top poker playing personalities. The wait is on till May next year, for this popular tour!

Observers on the poker scene say that the Tour has considerable potential in a television sense, due in no small measure to the top poker playing personalities that it attracts. Although the venue and the television programming for the event has yet to be announced, it is almost certain that one or more of the big channels will see it as a good bet.

The First Hispanic Online Poker Room Launched by

A poker room targeting specifically the Hispanic market was recently launched at This was in response to the growing popularity of poker in Spain. But the online poker room, the first of its kind will not restrict itself to Spain. It will be catering to the players in Portugal and Latin America also. The site has been created in Spanish and additionally two Portuguese dialects and English have also been given as the language of choice. PokerLoco is a part of the Ongame Network. Ongame is the industry’s third largest online poker operator. It has a player base of over six millions.

PokerLoco is a part of the Ongame Network, which is also home to the well-known The variety of multiplayer poker games offered at the site includes Texas Hold’em poker, Omaha poker, 7 card stud poker and 5 card draw poker.

At the 33rd Amercian Music Awards (Nov. 22) will Host the Game of Texas Hold’Em

The 33rd Annual Music Awards will be given away on the 22nd of November. This show will take place at Los Angeles. It will have more than 21 musical acts spanning various genres and styles. Top musical stars like Bow Wow, Mariah Carey, Ciara, Kenny Chesney, Sheryl Crow, the Rolling stones are some of the names taking plart in the show. Viewers can expect to see and hear an unpredictable range of music and musical acts. By popular demand, a live Texas Hold’Em Poker will be hosted by the world’s first interactive room The astounding popularity of poker has garnered tremendous interest in the game from Hollywood, to the common man. gives stars a forum to play a secure game of Texas Hold’em with their fans and poker enthusiasts alike.

This summer artists were introduced to the action, live at the World Music Awards and since, the response from Hollywood has been amazing. Everyday poker players who have made their “home” poker …

Nashville Season 3 Episode 1 Recap: Who Did Rayna Choose?

Glenda Conner 0

Luke or Deacon? Deacon or Luke?
All summer long, Nashville fans wondered who Rayna would choose, considering she faced TWO marriage proposals on the spring finale of this fun ABC series. Are you looking for business translation services? Contact Translation Services UK
So… who did she choose on Nashville Season 3 Episode 1? Let’s build the suspense, shall we?
We begin things a Saturday evening, as Rayna is pondering both of the rings pressed into her palm at the end of last season.
We then cut to Juliette chopping off her own hair, going on and on about how “stupid” she is. From there, the action cuts to The Bluebird, where NPR is gearing up to record a live special featuring Will and Deacon.
We then see Rayna talking to one of the men who popped the question and saying she’ll see him later.
The opener then uses the trick of taking viewers back to 12 hours prior to this scene and shows us how Rayna told Luke about Deacon’s engagement an this “thing” she’s always had with him.
We’re told that Luke is attending a charity event that night, while Deacon is performing on the aforementioned NPR show. This prompts a fun flashback to the 1990s when Rayna goes home to think about the men and her options.
But it’s not enough for Rayna to choose her past. She’s going with her future. She’s going with Luke.
“I have loved you, and I’m sure gonna love you for the rest of my life, but I love him now,” she tells Deacon. “And he’s gonna give me something that I’m never gonna have with you.”
She then goes to Luke and kisses him in front of photographers and flashes her GIANT ring. But that look she shows to close the premiere? We wouldn’t start picking out China patterns just yet if we were these two.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Take North West to Paris Fashion Show, World Weeps For Nori’s Future
Today in “Ugh, that sounds like something that would do” news, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West took their 14-month-old daughter to the Balenciaga runway show at Paris Fashion Week.
We’re not sure to what to make of pics like the one above, but we can only assume little Nori smiled at someone wearing Crocs, or committed some other unforgivable offense, because no kid deserves this.
In a recent interview, Kim said she’ll never spank North, but that doesn’t mean she’s not capable of terrible parenting.
Sure, she’s not doling out Adrian Peterson whoopings, but abuse takes many forms, and we can think of few fates worse than being forced to put on matching outfits so you can sit with your family and watch a bunch of skeletal waifs in cartoon clothes work the catwalk.
Seriously, are they trying to set the record for world’s most astronomical therapy bill?
It’s bad enough Kanye probably rocks those stupid bejeweled masks around the house, now this poor girl’s head will be …

And That Makes 11 for Phil Slot Gacor Hari Ini … a Tribute

Glenda Conner 0

Phil Slot Gacor Hari Ini one of the greatest tournament poker players ever, breaks yet another record. First, at the age of 24, he was the youngest player ever to win the Main Event in 1989, defeating and preventing Johnny Chan from getting a record breaking win #3.

Then, in a controversial 2006 WSOP, Phil grabbed the record for most cashes at 50. He later went on to win his 10th bracelet, tying a record held by Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan.

2007 increased Phil’s WSOP record for number cashes (63) and ties TJ Cloutier for number of final tables (39).

But the big news is that Phil has won his 11th WSOP bracelet in, what else, Texas Hold ‘Em. The $1,500 No Limit Hold ‘Em event, to be precise, where he beat out 2,627 other players to take home the $637,254 first prize. Phil’s 11 bracelets have all been in Texas Hold ‘Em.

That win also put him in 7th place for all-time WSOP winnings at just over $5.6 million.

Phil Hellmuth is known as the “Poker Brat”, and with good reason. His affinity for throwing fits and demeaning other players is legendary, more so than his amazing poker career. He is oft quoted as saying, “If it weren’t for luck, I’d win every tournament.” Well Phil, I’ve seen plenty of cases where if it weren’t for luck, you would have been busted out yourself. But hey, if it weren’t for luck, we probably wouldn’t play the game.

Whatever you think of the guy, there’s no dismissing his talent. The man is a force to contend with on the felt, and anybody (un)lucky enough to be at the same table as him is in for a lesson they’ll not soon forget… most likely in how to spell “poker”.

Why Your Poker Skills Get Worse Before Getting Better

Some amateur players settle into poker tactics that they feel comfortable with. They hesitate to try anything new because it ends up not working very well for them, so when they do try new tactics, they often abandon them because “they don’t work.”

The truth is, it’s common to get worse at something before getting better. Here’s something that I speak of from personal experience that explains why this phenomenon happens.

Growing up, I played basketball for local organizations. My shooting technique involved having both my hands on the side of the ball. My coach explained that proper shooting technique required putting one hand under the ball while the other was to side to stabilize it.

So I tried correcting my technique. Guess what? Every time I shot the ball using this “proper” technique, I bricked it off the backboard. My field goal percentage went in the crapper.

Well, the thing about being young is that you are more willing to break bad habits because you simply haven’t had enough time to settle in and become stubborn about them. I continued practicing with the corrected technique. In games, yes my field goal …