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Hand of the night. I have :as: :jc: :qs::ac::kd: I raise to 150 pre. 4 callers. The flop is:ah::9h::6c: I bet 500. 2 caller and 1 all in. Turn is:ts: first guy goes all in for about 900. Second guy goes all in fir about 700. Look at my hand people! I have top set, top wrap and nut spades! This hand is so big it’s like looking at the sun. Of course, I call. Both guys have 78. River……..:5c: fucking dealer!!! Thank goodness this was a small game. I would have thrown my car keys in the pot with that hand.

After that went on tilt. Went to the bac table and well……. Needless to say, The train wreck was horrible. On top of all that I hot yelled at by the wife fir coming home late.

SUCK DEALER!
 

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Hand of the night. I have :as: :jc: :qs::ac::kd: I raise to 150 pre. 4 callers. The flop is:ah::9h::6c: I bet 500. 2 caller and 1 all in. Turn is:ts: first guy goes all in for about 900. Second guy goes all in fir about 700. Look at my hand people! I have top set, top wrap and nut spades! This hand is so big it’s like looking at the sun. Of course, I call. Both guys have 78. River……..:5c: fucking dealer!!! Thank goodness this was a small game. I would have thrown my car keys in the pot with that hand.

After that went on tilt. Went to the bac table and well……. Needless to say, The train wreck was horrible. On top of all that I hot yelled at by the wife fir coming home late.
they were probably pissed they chopped!
 

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So, this set is gonna be my next relabel project. I don’t have any smaller stakes sets so I thought this may be a good set for that. In case I ever have some PCF folks over. I am open to suggestions for denominations. To start I was thinking red .25s, purple $1s, orange $5s and green $25s. Thoughts?
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So, this set is gonna be my next relabel project. I don’t have any smaller stakes sets so I thought this may be a good set for that. In case I ever have some PCF folks over. I am open to suggestions for denominations. To start I was thinking red .25s, purple $1s, orange $5s and green $25s. Thoughts?
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Those are some banger RHC’s!
Any ideas on the set theme? :cool
 

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So, this set is gonna be my next relabel project. I don’t have any smaller stakes sets so I thought this may be a good set for that. In case I ever have some PCF folks over. I am open to suggestions for denominations. To start I was thinking red .25s, purple $1s, orange $5s and green $25s. Thoughts?
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if its for pcfers you will only need one rack on the big chips. make the reds your $20s and the $25s your 25c. Probably want the arc yellows as 1s and purple as 5s so you dont have repeating spot patterns next to each other or find something else for a $20
 

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This is my now my playable game set carved out from my FLV collection. I love this set and am looking forward to getting it into play. I personally love 43 mm hi denomination chips so the chicken sacrifice is much appreciated!! That is not to say that I don’t love the 39 mm $500s that come with the set too! Haha.
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Those pink and lavender are fire!
I think my rack of pinks is one of the only, if not the only, rack of these in minty condition. All the others I have owned or seen have been in casino used condition. The lavender chip is one of my favorite chips. It’s awesome.
 

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I love each of the chips individually but not sure I am feeling the flow, although matching labels or another chip thrown into the lineup has a chance to fix that.
 

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I love each of the chips individually but not sure I am feeling the flow, although matching labels or another chip thrown into the lineup has a chance to fix that.
I totally agree. I love all these chips but may not be able to find a use for them. I will play around with them for a while to see if I can come up with something cool.
 

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Well, my house is now officially the animal house. I just got rid of raccoons and squirrels in the attic and I just found a second baby snake in the basement! I really hope mama snake is not down there somewhere……..
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Well, my house is now officially the animal house. I just got rid of raccoons and squirrels in the attic and I just found a second baby snake in the basement! I really hope mama snake is not down there somewhere……..
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Nice looks like a garter snake. Squirrels and racoons in the attic would concern me 10000x more than a garter snake in the basement. Squirrels can be especially persistent and hard to exclude once they claimed their territory.
 

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Nice looks like a garter snake. Squirrels and racoons in the attic would concern me 10000x more than a garter snake in the basement. Squirrels can be especially persistent and hard to exclude once they claimed their territory.
Agreed. First, we covered the access hole with aluminum siding. They chewed right thru that. Then, I had a river birch that was taller than the house which provided them access to the roof. I chopped that down and then resealed the hole. That seemed to do the trick.
 

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Agreed. First, we covered the access hole with aluminum siding. They chewed right thru that. Then, I had a river birch that was taller than the house which provided them access to the roof. I chopped that down and then resealed the hole. That seemed to do the trick.
Standard squirrel behavior. Those tree rats are smart as hell. Sounds like you taking the right steps. If that fails your options will be have-a-heart traps and population control plan “10/22”
 

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Agreed. First, we covered the access hole with aluminum siding. They chewed right thru that. Then, I had a river birch that was taller than the house which provided them access to the roof. I chopped that down and then resealed the hole. That seemed to do the trick.
How did you seal the hole? Just had a mouse in the attic myself after the heavy rain a few days back.
 

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Agreed. First, we covered the access hole with aluminum siding. They chewed right thru that. Then, I had a river birch that was taller than the house which provided them access to the roof. I chopped that down and then resealed the hole. That seemed to do the trick.
could you not electrify the aluminium with low voltage battery and setup a camera and watch the squirrels get a little buzz trying to get into your roof?
 
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