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Hunterhill
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September 2nd, 2021 at 5:34:09 PM permalink
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By the way, I have Axel blocked but I was logged out when I noticed his post. The fact that he has no idea what that watch is, which I put in there just because I wanted to block out my name not to show off, tells me more about him than anything he has ever posted. I made the right decision to block his nonsense. Then again I suppose he might be a serious player but know nothing about timepieces, but I doubt it.

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To say that because someone doesnít know about watches means they are not a serious player is a pretty flawed assumption.
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September 2nd, 2021 at 7:59:11 PM permalink
Quote: Hunterhill

To say that because someone doesnít know about watches means they are not a serious player is a pretty flawed assumption.



Everything he posts is complete nonsense. Why would that be any different?
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September 2nd, 2021 at 9:33:56 PM permalink
Quote: MDawg

I know when insurance is appropriate, both by the book and by the count, I am just saying that in tournaments I notice players frequently opt for insurance when completely inappropriate.

Insurance is never appropriate ďby the bookĒ. Itís a 9 to 4 bet that pays 8 to 4
Itís all about making that GTA
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September 2nd, 2021 at 9:34:13 PM permalink
Quote: Ace2

Insurance is never appropriate ďby the bookĒ. Itís a 9 to 4 bet that pays 8 to 4


I realize it's essentially a side bet that is supposed to have nothing to do with your cards, everything to do with the count, but in a tournament there aren't enough hands usually to get to much of anywhere on the count, and people are insuring stiff hands.
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September 2nd, 2021 at 10:01:26 PM permalink
People are insuring hard 12s after two hands are out sometimes in a tournament. There is a desperate tendency to try to "preserve capital."
Last edited by: MDawg on Sep 3, 2021
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September 2nd, 2021 at 10:02:07 PM permalink
While I was at the tables yesterday a pit boss I know (I call this one my "Lucky Pit Boss" because I not only always win when around but don't even come anywhere near losing) told me that I was the first one called for the wild card advancement at the last tournament I was in. I didnít even realize there was a wild card drawing or what time it was set for this last one. Oh well.

The way that works is that if youíre not present when your name is called they draw another name. Iíll pay more attention to that next time. I did pay attention at the prior tournament I was in at a different casino, but my name wasn't called. Somehow, I didn't realize that they did wild card advancements at this casino for its tournaments too.

But moreover - and here it was almost unclear to me what exactly was saying because was so excited it was a little hard to follow - said that someone had been wild card advanced to the final table, won the entire tournament and didnít share any of it with the table (no deal was made). I didnít even realize there was a wild card that landed you plop on the winnerís (final) table. That's quite a lucky draw.
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September 2nd, 2021 at 10:02:28 PM permalink
Quote: sabre

Everything he posts is complete nonsense. Why would that be any different?



Why so insulting?
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September 2nd, 2021 at 11:42:48 PM permalink
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Why so insulting?


Of course you chime in as the police. Total joke
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September 3rd, 2021 at 6:17:11 AM permalink
Quote: sabre

Everything he posts is complete nonsense. Why would that be any different?



Personal insult. Three days.
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September 4th, 2021 at 7:47:07 AM permalink
A rule I am running up against for entry into tournaments (or for really, any kind of promotion), is "one promotion per trip."

So, for example, if there is a gift card giveaway and a tournament in the same month, or two tournaments back to back on successive weekends, you are allowed access to only one promotion event per trip.

Typically to get past this and be considered separate trips, must check out and stay away at least three days before returning.

However, at least one of the casinos is working with me now to where if we stay more than 14 days, they are simply considered the second portion of the trip past 14 days to be an independent, new trip.

And for some of these tournaments, an actual casino stay is required, for others - not. To get past the stay requirement, if a tournament or promotion comes up during a period where we are ensconced in some other resort and aren't ready to move, I am just booking one night in their lowest end room and just picking up keys but never actually entering the room.

With as much luggage and personal belongings as we have, it is just too much of a hassle to move into a new resort and stay less than two weeks, which is why am running into this "only one promotion event per trip" issue. I did have a friend take back some of the things we had accumulated to drop off with the domestics at our home, which is making moving around much easier. We bought or accumulated a little too many things during this trip, but have now downsized to where we were at the start of the trip six months ago.
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