The moment the plane lands we drop our luggage off and hit the underground poker club with no time to waste 📈
The last run we had playing at this poker club we booked a 16 session win streak (January) !! - 10 hour 40 minute session of some $1/$2 (500/1000 pesos) which ended up playing $2/$2/$4. - In for $763 out for $1596 - in the green for $832 ($1165 for my Aussie friends)
Last night had a good game of poker. @skippawitz and Ol’ Howard were the winners; slow and steady won the race. @kdnance responsible for the signature drink, the “Capone”....AND she made each player their own glass 🥃 Looking forward to the next round 😎 #pokernight#poolhouse
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Pure NWO attitude. Carlos might not have a personal IG for you to follow, but you can keep up with here as he takes it to the streets and stacks nits on the felt. #nwo
He's been working on his game and it shows 📈. @brandonadams78 is going into the #finaltable of the @pokercentral#USPO $10,000 Event #3 sitting 3 of 8 with $218,400 to the winner.
Brandon sold a package on the @stakekings marketplace to this event so good luck to all investors! We'll be sweating this one hard!
Here’s another 20/40 LHE #HandHistory for everybody! A loose-passive player limps in early position. The tight-aggressive Cut-Off raises. I’m holding J♥️T♥️ on the button. Should I
In this situation all 3 options have merit. If the limper was a tough player who might limp with dangerous hands, such as Aces or Kings, then folding could be right. In addition, if the limper is the type of player to fold when facing 2 bets cold, then 3betting could also be right, especially if the blinds were also apt to fold creating even more dead money and also especially if the CO was likely raising to isolate the “soft spot” with a weak hand himself. As it stands, however, since the limper is loose-passive, he will more than likely call if I 3bet, which makes it less appealing. Furthermore, I doubt the limper is being tricky with Aces or Kings, which makes folding also less appealing. Lastly, just calling may entice the blinds to come in making it a 4 or 5 way pot, which would increase my implied odds and which would also be good for my type of holding, since J♥️T♥️ plays well multi-way.
I call. Both blinds call. Both are straight forward and tight passive, (5 players, 10 small bets, $200). Flop comes 9♥️8♥️3♠️.
It gets checked to me. I bet my straight draw, flush draw, and 2 overs. Everybody calls.
Turn comes 9♥️8♥️3♠️, 8♣️ and to my surprise the small blind leads out. Since he’s passive and plays straight forward I know that his bet signifies strength. He probably holds an 8 and both wants to gain value and also deny a free card to draws.
For a moment I think about raising. However, raising will just result in charging myself extra for my draw and it also doesn’t increase my fold equity, since my opponent will never fold an 8 in this spot. So, I elect to just call.
River comes 9♥️8♥️3♠️, 8♣️, Q♥️ and I hit my #StraightFlush. The small blind leads out. I raise. He calls. I show my hand and he mucks. I tried to get a photo, but the dealer mucked the board too quick. Oh well, Lol! #DoYouEvenRiverStraightFlushes#DoYouEvenStackChips