Discussion in 'The Bar' started by ice cream, Jun 11, 2012.
I'm on my second liver, that's kinda the same
i think bro might be the only one that knows what im talking about
I know what you're saying.
still don't mean I give a fuck, tho
The weird thing was he won it in Razz...everyone especially Daniel Negreanu said he would never win one in a non hold'em event.
I know who Phil Helmuth is,, The Poker Brat.
I hate Razz. Never play it.
Yeah i'm not a big fan, but my favorite game is Omaha Hi/Lo i've been playing that exclusively online for the past few months.
Where do you play? Do you feel safe playing online?
BTW, I'm a hold em guy.
around the same time hellmuth won phil ivey came in 2nd in a seperate pot limit hold-em event,just missing his 8th or 9th
I used to play online for money until Black Friday. Built a $20 deposit into about $600 just playing $1 or $2 sit n go tournaments. I was playing on Ultimatebet and still havne't seen my money and probably never will. Good thing I'm only out $20. Now I only play for real money at casinos and home games. I play pokerstars online just for fun when bored. I did play exclusively holdem like you do but got kinda burnt out once you figure out all the betting patterns and can read most situations that's why i have switched over to omaha Hi/Lo. Just hard to find a good Omaha game in a casino so I play holdem there.
I have a friend (who happens to be a dealer at Santa Fe) who owed Full Tilt something like $1300 whenBlack Friday hit. Needless to say, Black Friday didn't bother him one bit.
hahaha first time I have heard of it benefitting someone, nice!
Mike Matusow placed 9th in an event the other day too..of course he was tweeting that it was destiny to win the event then he bubbled the final table
good for phil. he's a douche but i love to hear him bitch when somebody starts with a shitty hand and beats him. such a baby.
Agree about Omaha Hi/Lo - the most challenging game, and one that few people play well! That's always good
haha exactly..that's how all the famous poker players made their money back in the day. Playing against people that didn't really have a clue. After the poker boom it's harder to find that one person at the holdem table to take advantage of.