i rode the first bus of the morning over to the Hardrock (hours are different now and i dont like it, would rather be riding the last bus of the night, and coming home in the morning). But they got messed up from me missing a bus the other day, and sleeping too long, and spending the weekend going out to Derby Lane and back with Uber overnight.
so im just now getting home, in the afternoon and seriously concerned i wont wake up in time for the last bus if i dont sleep immediately. but i might forget this HH if i dont post it immediately.
I immediately left the game on my BB right afterwards. for i was in the game for $105, and had it up to $415 before i made a bad play, and had given back very little of it. what i want to know is was my play really bad, or did it just look bad due to the results? after leaving the game, i waited around about 15 minutes, then played $3-6 omaha for over 2 hours, eventually losing $24 and being bored in the game. i still managed to make it home barely over $110 ahead for the night.
so ive got $11,900+ and $9 on bovada. (cashed out my points to play a $3 tourny, and made $9 in the tourny). this was after i blew the other $550 on bovada the night before playing both BJ and then PLO8 at the $2-4 level, desperately trying to recover by buying in the entire $347.
i had 9 10 diamonds and limped in middle position (yes im supposed to fold, but none of the good players do it, only the nits, and certainly none of the straddlers or LAG players.) there are 4-5 of us and the flop comes 278 rainbow. guy in first position bets $5 and we all call. turn comes K putting a 2nd heart on the board. everyone checks, and i make a bet of $30 hoping to take it down. i get 2 callers, both of whom im convinced cannot beat my nonexistent K.
river comes 5d, (complete blank) and i bet $105. the asian guy in seat 1 calls after the other guy folds. turns out the river gave him 2 pair, and he missed a heart draw. was that a bad bet? now u see why i dont like playing with asians--they bluff u too much and u cannot bluff them. theyre too hard to play against.