or....INTO THE MIND OF A DONKEY
Statistics for 157 Hands
Street Saw Saw/Total
Flop 22 14%
Turn 16 10%
River 14 9%
Showdown 13 8%
Street Won Won/Saw Won/Total
Pre-flop 17 11% 11%
Flop 4 18% 3%
Turn 0 0% 0%
River 1 7% 1%
Showdown 4 31% 3%
Another night in the"tight" experiment.
Some of you must appreciate how painful this is for me.
I chipped up nicely early on then made this questionable play in the third level.
Full Tilt Poker Game #4570383624: Riverchasers Online Poker Tour (34529216), Table 3 - 40/80 - No Limit Hold'em -
Seat 6: peacecorn (4,085) SB
Seat 7: iam23skidoo (2,180) BB
peacecorn posts the small blind of 40
iam23skidoo posts the big blind of 80
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to iam23skidoo [7d 9d]
Kermolly calls 80
peacecorn calls 40
*** FLOP *** [Jd 8h 5s] so I've flopped a double gutshot and an ugly outside flush draw, and a sneaky ugly one at that.
*** TURN *** [Jd 8h 5s] [4h] wee free card!!!
iam23skidoo has 15 seconds left to act
iam23skidoo bets 160 Gee I have to bet, no one wants this pot.
peacecorn raises to 320
iam23skidoo calls 160 Beware the min-raise...maybe i can steal the river..
*** RIVER *** [Jd 8h 5s 4h] [Ts] BINGO!
peacecorn bets 500
iam23skidoo raises to 1,780, and is all in
peacecorn calls 1,280
*** SHOW DOWN ***
iam23skidoo shows [7d 9d] a straight, Jack high
peacecorn mucks [5d 5c] three of a kind, fives
iam23skidoo wins the pot (4,440) with a straight, Jack high.
I went on to die out in 14th again, just not playing anything. Then making really bad decisions with mid pairs.
Theres a quote floating in my head regarding donkeys changing their spots, but I don't have the energy to come up with it.