For Your Consideration new online casinos 2022 usa


Above Malibu Wednesday night tournament, Level 2 (50/100). You have just taken down a good pot with AQ and are sitting pretty at about 3500. On your button, you get

Ac Kc

There are 3 limpers before you. You raise to 500. The blinds fold, one limper calls. This person has been raising lots of hands in the first two levels, and shown down raised hands like 88, 99, etc. He has about 1800 behind him after calling.

The flop is 9-9-6 (suit unimportant).

Your opponent bets 500. This is what’s going through your head:

  1. I think he has a small to medium pocket pair.
  2. I think he thinks I have a big hand (does he put me on slick tho?).
  3. I think he thinks I think that his flop bet is scary.

Furthermore, you believe that if this person flopped a monster, he would check to you to try to get you to hang yourself, so you are reasonably confident he does not hold 66. What do you do? Results to follow tonight, after I get back from my interview.

Today is the Day, But First —

Hello. I’m Leonard Nimoy. The following tale of alien encounters is true. And by true, I mean false. It’s all lies. But they’re entertaining lies. And in the end, isn’t that the real truth? The answer is: No.

I’ll get the new online casinos 2022 usa strategy up later today, I think. But in the meantime, a hearty thank you to Dawn and Ugarte for their efforts to attend my show last night. I say “efforts” because, although Dawn’s unique laugh assured me that she was in the audience, Ugarte informed me that he showed up at 7:30, when we were already in the back getting notes, instead of 6:30. Oops.

For those wondering, the show was mediocre. Part of the problem was that it seemed that nobody else who was performing invited anyone to the show, so the audience consisted of seven people who were friends of mine, and three or four other random odd people. 11 people in the audience == low energy. Another major problem was that nobody in the class has known each other for longer than three weeks. Not much chemistry has developed yet.

At least my team, which performed second, did a better job than the first team. And I was only mildly displeased with my performance. There was lots of room for improvement, and I dropped a major element from my first scene in my second and third scenes, but it wasn’t terrible.

What a glowing review. Next post will be poker-related, I promise.


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