Quick recap of the last 10 days of not posting: Ofc, barely played at all. Over the previous weekend + Monday I was in my hometown playing a pool tourney and as my mom is re-constructing her/our entire flat, I tried to help with everything I could. Tuesday was a full college day and on Wedneday we had a spadepokerTV meeting over a fine lunch at a lovely place called "Mondieu Laboratorie". No, it was not as expensive at it may sound and the food was great - definitely a superb place (in the city centre) to take someone out to in Bratislava. By then I was getting kinda stressed out, cause the deadline for the subject of my next year's thesis submitted into the system was coming up. Even though I wanted to put in some hours online, I barely could because of this. I finally sorted that out on Thursday and then went shopping as a kind of a reward - lol. Friday was then a total day-off spent playing Dota and on Saturday I was fortunate to be treated with a lovely lunch (including an awesome cake!) made by my favorite Bavča the Cat and her mommy. Yesteday I went to play €150 Banco Masters, again going through my ups and down of hating and loving live poker. Luckily, I was in the latter mood when I busted, so it is all good and I am looking forward to playing more poker soon :)
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I gotta say I am surprised by the actions of the likes of Josephy and Benger in the last couple of episodes. While I agree that Will Kassouf was extremely tilting, often out of line and borderline abusive, that doesn't justify their behaviour. I liked what Mike Niwinski did - except for a comment or two that where so-so, he pretty much stayed quiet and stated his case by simply refusing to shake Will's hand. That says it all without causing any drama.
Villain is a 19/17 reg after 117 hands. As played (I can see arguments for 3-bet pre- or x/back flop), I guess he just has to have 99/66 here, right?
Scarmakerrrr: Baade ($0.25/$0), October 13 2016, 19:37 ET
I've talked about avatars before. There is a one very specific picture some people use that is realtively common and so far has been an instant mark that the player is a fish. Can you figure out, which one is it? It is not just a motive, it is the exact same picture. And no, I am not talking about DNegs, Ronaldo nor any of the flags.
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