50k hands on 5/T+ reached – obv brag post

It’s really hard to find time to play poker during exam period, let alone blog, so once again, sorry for the delay. Also we didn’t play any new matches with jb, and don’t wanna reveal too much too soon, so that’s that.

However, I just realized I’ve played more than 50k hands on 5/T+. Continue reading


My last post in 2012 – summary of the year

I haven’t been around all that much lately, it’s the end of the semester and also Christmas is coming up (well, was, when I started to write this post), I barely have time to play, let alone to blog… Given that the rest of the year will be the same probably, I decided to summarise my year earlier rather than never. It may not be the most interesting read for most of you, but I hope you’ll find some useful info, or at least a bit of motivation in it. Continue reading

Hand analysis – I put you on quads

Today we’re gonna take a look at a hand I played on 8/16 the other day. I marked the hand, cause I really didn’t know if I should put in the river cap or not. Honestly, I was and (pre-analysis) still am pretty sure capping would be overplaying, or at least counting on him overplaying his hand, but putting your opponent on exactly 1 combo is so rare, it basically always should be checked afterwards. Continue reading

Learning a new game – Part 2: oversimplified standards

Ok, so I haven’t posted in a while now, I had several reasons for that, but now I’m back at the tables, and back here too. Although I have to pause chasing my dream of being a 10game player, I’ll continue this series, since I believe it’s very important, and not as well known as it should be.

In this part of the learning series, we’re going to look at absolute beginner players, or players that know significantly less about the target game than about their main game. You think that doesn’t apply to you? Read on. Continue reading