Wednesday, September 26, 2012

my phone has 47 sessions logged into it now, with 30 of them being winning sessions. some were $1-2 NL, some were $1-3 NL and some were $2-4 limit or $3-6 limit. This is still a pretty small sample size, but its showing an overall win rate of $19 an hour. i think that is a little high. its got $1880 in overall profit. i think it will go down to settle eventually of $8-10 an hour.

Pokerjohnny surprised me by showing up at hooters tonight, and was nice enough to run me to my bank and back to make a deposit. His dealer friend took a horrible beat to pokergrump, for his ONLY $45. at least i assumed it was grump, even though he didnt look like grump, being extra tall and very fat. but who else could it have been he lost to a 2-4 suited. i myself won over $226 in the game. same woman as i discussed yesterday was in it but without her "bf". she said that she was going out today to look to rent a place to live here in vegas. yesterday she was winning BIG today she was rebuying. Not a bad player though, i wish i could find a woman willing to live with me and play poker daily.

before i was playing at hooters, i started my night about 10pm at the hardrock. as soon as i sat down, poker genious was at the table, discussed repeatedly in grumps and robs blogs, and started badmouthing me and my game as i sat. he said his exwife had a penis so there was nothing i could say that would embarass him no one already knew. (id mentioned the website about him). he lost his stack with 83 suited to a royal and left with the guy playing next to him, maybe he staked him, who knows?

so i got in a cab going to hooters, and im glad i know the taxicab laws in vegas. for the cabbie tried to pass Koval, and claimed the strip would be a better way to go. so i got out in the middle of the street, claiming i wasnt paying him and was calling the taxicab authority on him. (which i can legally do) didnt realize though i was getting out directly by a police van going down the street, which honked at me but kept going. wonder what they thought, they didnt know i hadnt paid. this was outside planet H. i got in a different cab a few minutes later and went to hooters, but i caught it on the strip after crossing the street and going a long walk past aria. the cabbie made no objection and said not a word when i said i was going to get him in trouble for not going up Koval as id asked, and made no protest or asked for money.

11 comments:

  1. Maybe all the bike riding has made Poker Grump fat? :)

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  2. Nice post Tony. Glad to see you maintaining records and doing well at Poker. Nice mix of humor in the post as well. Keep it up!

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  3. Hey, good job ripping off not just one, but two cabbies in one night. May be you can get banned from as many cab companies as you have from casinos. Do they have cameras in Vegas cabs?

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  4. just wondering if you are going to include machine play in your records so you can tell if you are ahead or behind??

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  5. two cabs? i paid the 2nd driver the fare

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    1. Read your last couple of sentences in your post, sounds a lot like u threatened him, & he didn't ask for the fare. Glad u only ripped off one cabbie.

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  6. Good playing with you at Hooters yesterday Tony! Sorry I couldn't pay off your turned straight LOL. I think you might have missed it but the dude that won with the 42s was just complaining moments earlier about being beaten by some guy calling a huge raise with K9s and flopping two pair. Nice win with your QQ cracking KK.

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  7. Good job in keeping records! Fwiw, $20/ hr is considered beating the game handily at 1/2. Good job in the limited data. Keep up the good work.

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  8. Tony,

    Good job on the record keeping. I know that this is a very small sample size, but have you identified which times, games and rooms are providing you the most profits? It appears that your average session is just over 2 hours, do you attribute this to your hit and run style or you do make a conscious effort to leave the table after a few hours?

    Keep up the good work, but find a damn bike. Taxi fares will eat into your nut very quickly.

    Good luck, of course,

    Scott

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  9. Stick with poker, stay off the machines, and log those sessions. You can do it!

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  10. Tony-- Ill be in tomorrow. I'll take u to get a bike. You have to promise to stay off the machines for at least a week.

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