Discussion in 'Home Game General' started by guinness, Dec 1, 2014.
How did the game go mate? Did they enjoy it and the chips?
First time playing Pot Limit this past Saturday night (I was a guest, not the host which was nice for a change).
$0.25/$0.50 PL with lots of straddles. Buy in for $200, cash out for $228.
9 PCFers in attendance (out of 10 players)! A bit crazier than I’m used to but held my own.
Lots of fun. Introduced to new circus games including SHESHE, Double-Board Omaha, 5-Card Omaha, 6-Card Omaha, SOHE, Tahoe, and Dramaha.
SOHE might be my new favorite with Double-Board Omaha being a close 2nd.
Nice, local PCFers??
Chris you forgot the pr0n man.
Sounds like a crazy bunch of games to me and I most definitely would have lost all my money there.
Aren't you the reigning SOHE world champion?
Playing down at @Kyle ’s game with @pokerplayingpisces and @kenny, and running good so far!
Hellz yeah man! I still sleep with my skunk (that doesn't sound right but hey don't judge).
But SOHE seems to be on the tamer side of most of these damn circus games.
In for $200. At $275. New cash chips a hit
My Dad ran in God mode in our final tourney of the year last night, including this straight flush. Dusted off the Caribbean Poker Classics, first time in ages we've played with these.
League night early stack shot followed by pre-tourney stack pic from last nights T5000 rebuy tourney
Irish, those Caribbeans are pretty sweet! Nice setup you have too.
I love leagues. So much fun.
Last night was crazy.
About damn time we saw those awesome Bubbs in action. Thanks for sharing.
That 9999 > 3333 hand is so crazy in NLHE.
Who was the opponent? And how big was the pot? I assume you felted him? Actually, curious as to the betting on all streets. You were ahead the whole way, but he had to feel good on the flop with bottom set, still pretty good on the turn with a boat and strong on the turn with 2nd nuts.
Btw, Alan, I ended up never posting a picture of the metal print I've done for the Bubbs' Poker Den Cash Set. BUT, it made an appearance in one of the pics from last night. Oh, I'm the one drinking, what a shocker!
Jaws was the opponent. I am terrible at recalling hands but I think it went down like this.
3-$4 each preflop. I'm not sure who bumped it up but 3 players to the flop. (Edit: I think it was Kris as I know it wasn't Jaws)
Sprouty: check (99)
Jaws: check (33)
Jaws: shove, ($120 ish?)
Sprouty: call and I have him covered.
Turn: and it seals the deal
River: and the table goes nuts
Then the talk of the bad beat jackpot at the Motor City ensues, guess it's at about a million. Right now.
So not as exciting as it may look but still an awesome hand to be a part of and to come out on top.
$120 bet into a $35 pot with bottom set on a barely coordinated board?
He got zero information on hand strength to know if he was behind. He was either going to win a smallish pot (1/3rd of a buyin) or lose his stack.
NH, but I think Jaws played it terribly.
Hey there it is! Looks great. Don't undersell it man...moar pics. Wouldn't mind seeing shots of the whole poker room.
I was thinking the same!! I see several full birdcages in the background!
I’d agree. But he should consider himself lucky he only had $120 to lose. I can’t imagine any circumstance where the 33 doesn’t lose all the chips on that that hand.
My only 2 pics from that night. Too busy trying to manage the craziness. Lol.
Those dunes are CC, right?
This are real Dunes
@David O is correct. These Dunes $5’s are the real deal. Not mine but I at least got to play with them.
Yes the 5's are real but I believe the $1's are Scandia $1's, but they look pretty close to the real deal
Relabeled Scandia's and they do look really good. I've contemplated doing this before since I'll never get enough real $1's
I only have one and it is in excellent condition. I only need 99 more.
This was taken earlier as our .25/.25 game was about getting started..yours truly was dealing for the night.(look for Texas hat) went in for $15 came out right at $96..great time with some great folks..
Agreed, especially if it gets to the river. He had the idiot end of a boat in the turn and *may* have gotten away if there was significant betting.
Still played horribly by Jaws, IMO. Perhaps the same result of he played it better, tho, I agree.
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