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    • #104331
      LuvsPrisonWomen
      Participant

      My name is Nick and ive been a long time browser of best gore. Just thought id say hi

      Some of my hobbies include writing to women and serial killers in prison, Watchng gorilla videos on youtube and playing poker

    • #104354
      Muja Mi Rona
      Participant

      Hi, cool, you wanna name drop any of them serial killers?

    • #104356
      Gorre
      Participant

      Well nice πŸ™‚ . I’m new here and hello πŸ™‚ .

    • #104366
      cherry3xo
      Spectator

      Hello, @Gorre, nice to meet you. How’s things? I’ll send you a friend request, if you’d like, of course! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ 3xo 3xo

    • #104388
      LuvsPrisonWomen
      Participant

      Used to write to the night stalker richard ramirez, Joseph duncan, aaron hernandez the football player, russian chessboard killer, war machine ufc fighter, bank robbers porn stars cartel members…..its a great hobby lol

      • #104389
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        Poker?

        🐟 🐟 🐟 🐟 🐟 🐟 🐟 🐟

        😋 😋 😋 😋

      • #104432
        Muja Mi Rona
        Participant

        And did they write back? That would be very interesting to see and read. I love to look at people’s handwriting. Don’t suppose you’d upload some snippets?

    • #104394
      LuvsPrisonWomen
      Participant

      Ya, Im a pro poker player

      • #104395
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        @luvsprisonwomen Little fish are sweet πŸ˜€

        Is that online or live? I play mid-stakes online. I could play higher but mid is a lot easier to beat and I’m not greedy; as long as I can pay the bills I’m fine with that. πŸ˜‰

    • #104398
      LuvsPrisonWomen
      Participant

      I played up to 10/20 live,…usually 2/5 and 5-10 and 50/1 1/2 HU online

      • #104400
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        Aha! Cash game specialist then? I play a bit of cash but I much prefer tourneys. I used to play live tourneys quite a bit before poker became popular online. My grounding in the game came in the Bobby Baldwin, Stu Ungar and early Phil Hellmuth era. Completely different game back then, especially in the UK where it was all Pot Limit Holdem. The fish online today are a hundred times better than the decent players back then….sort of.

        I’ve actually been working on my heads up game lately. I used to think I was ok with it but a friend of mine who plays heads up a lot went through quite a few of my hands with me and told me plain and simple I was a nit at heads up. I was surprised because I thought I played too many hands. After a bit of coaching from him I probably do play too many now! It has also helped with my short handed play because I was a bit too nitty there as well.

        Ok, I won’t keep you here, just wanted to say hi. Gl at the tables! πŸ˜€

    • #104403

      @psychotherapist @luvsprisonwomen
      Hi psycho and Luvs.i have been trying to learn poker and teach it to my preteen daughters at the time for years! In exchange,they were going to teach me chess.well of course i never learned.i am just too thick to retain much about it. However, i enjoyed the poker banter between the two of you.

      • #104524
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        @hopingfornemesis

        Poker is fun but it’s becoming a tough game to play and win because there’s so much information out there to help you improve your game. Even the noobs appear to have a decent grasp on the game. Obviously there are different abilities; you can’t expect the guy playing at 1c/2c to be as good as the one playing $5/$10. To be a winner you have to keep on top of your game with study or you’ll get left behind, and those left behind are losing money!

    • #104527
      LuvsPrisonWomen
      Participant

      Ya, Online these days is very tough. A winner a tough 2/4 game now would prob be a 10/20 winner in 07. Live cash is far more profitable for me, 1/2 plays like 5nl online, 5 10 live is like 50c/1 or 1/2

      • #104543
        GDPR Harvester
        Keymaster

        @luvsprisonwomen

        I agree with online being tougher and there’s a good reason for it in my opinion. Online tools! HUDs are a huge help when you play and give you access to extremely accurate information you just don’t have when playing live. Plus the ability to input and process ranges during play. Now PokerStars will tell you that people can’t use those tools (apart from HUDs) when their poker client is open because they can detect them. I myself was using Equilab one day and got a snotty pop up from Stars. I wasn’t even playing poker at the time but apparently having Equilab open with just the client running is enough for them to threaten you with account suspension and seizure of funds.

        Anyway, people DO use those tools whilst playing and it’s very easy to dodge Stars’ spy software. You just have a second computer (laptop or whatever) with the wifi off and running the program you want to use. As you get involved in a hand you input your opponent’s range, input your cards and the cards that appear on the flop, turn and river and let the tool do the work processing the info in a flash. It’s easy to do and bear in mind you have 30 seconds to act each turn plus timebank if you need it. The HUD has all the details concerning preflop and postflop history and you enter a quick percentage into the program. Now it displays your opponent’s range and as the hand progresses you can make the necessary adjustments with a single click of the mouse depending on their actions. This is how you can gain a huge advantage in the online game. People think that all that time you spend waiting for your opponent to act is because he’s thinking about what to do; no, it’s quite likely some are inputting info into the program they’re running and getting the computer to do it for them. All they have to do after that is decide what is the most profitable play and with such accurate information you know they’ll show a long-term profit. Always be wary of people who are one or two tabling and taking time over many decisions.

        My own personal opinion, even though I use one myself, is that HUDs should be banned. Just think about it, Luvs, what do you think the cardroom manager would say if you sat down at the live 1/2 NL table with a laptop in front of you? Precisely!

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