April 2007
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29

I can lose, too
Being owned
And what does that say about me?
Hassan wants revenge
EPT Monte Carlo
Schenefeld Open
Full stomach, big fun
Katja made EPT final table in Warsaw
3rd, wow
Go, Lucky, Go!

Thomas on Back from Cardiff
Eve Campbell on I can lose, too
cockmongrel on I can lose, too
Henning on I can lose, too
Mirjam on Being owned
Simon Young on I can lose, too
shaGa on Being owned
Matt on I can lose, too
Bonushure on I can lose, too
Razboynik on Being owned
calldown on Being owned
garthpower on Being owned
wusel on And what does that say about me?
OpaaufPoka on And what does that say about me?
freddy on And what does that say about me?
torschtl on And what does that say about me?
stef on And what does that say about me?
Eve Campbell on And what does that say about me?
Seb on And what does that say about me?
ragen on Hassan wants revenge
50outs on Hassan wants revenge
on Hassan wants revenge
brandon on EPT Monte Carlo
any2nofoldem on Full stomach, big fun
Florian K. on Schenefeld Open

April 2007 (4)
March 2007 (8)
February 2007 (1)
January 2007 (3)
December 2006 (6)
November 2006 (10)
October 2006 (9)
September 2006 (9)
August 2006 (11)
July 2006 (18)
June 2006 (14)
May 2006 (7)
April 2006 (5)
March 2006 (6)
February 2006 (8)
January 2006 (4)
December 2005 (4)
November 2005 (1)
October 2005 (4)
September 2005 (4)
August 2005 (6)
July 2005 (3)
June 2005 (3)
May 2005 (5)
April 2005 (3)
March 2005 (5)
February 2005 (6)
January 2005 (9)
December 2004 (4)
November 2004 (7)
October 2004 (7)
September 2004 (3)

Our poker life

A Fool And His Money
B@nd!t's german poker blog
Chris Halverson's Blog
Felicia's Blog
Guinness And Poker
Las Vegas and Poker Blog
Lion Tales
Mean Gene's Poker Blog
Poker Grub
Poker Perspectives-Maudie's Blog
Poker Quest
PokerWorks, TableTango!
StoxPoker.com - Blogs and strategy
Tao of Poker
The Cards Speak
The Poker Chronicles

Barry Greenstein
Daniel Negranau
John Juanda
Michael Keiner
Paul Philips
Phil Hellmuth

Poker Newsgroup (RecPoker)

Online Holdem Inspector
PokerCharts (Web)
PokerOffice (Windows)
PokerStove: Software and Analysis
PokerTracker (Windows)

Our poker books
(curently over 50)
in: Unsorted images

Screen space
Up to 12 tables at once (never done that)
in: Unsorted images

Card protector
Nice present from Katja
from: www.dealerbuttons.com

Visit RakeBrain with the best rakeback deals. We have numerous deals, among them a great Full Tilt rakeback offer.

Nevada Jacks
Nevada Jacks Poker Chips are made in the USA! Get casino grade custom poker chips delivered in under 2 weeks! OR Get Free Poker Chips via Poker Source Online!

Top Online Poker
Read our poker room reviews for top bonuses.
Find the best High roller bonus and No deposit bonus on the Internet.
Read unbiased Internet blackjack and Internet roulette room reviews. Visit our popular Golden Palace casino review.

Blogarama - The Blog Directory

Locations of visitors to this page

Busy retired life May 04, 2006/02:23 PM

I get to nothing! Now that I don't have a day job anymore it seems that I can't keep up with all my to-do item's. Between sports, afternoon slepping, playing live and online and working on some website stuff I really find no time for anything. I am stuck on HighStakes episode #8 (of 13!), have not seen any Las Vegas Series 03 episode yet and finsihed just one book! My weekly magazines are laying here, unread and it took me 3 weeks to find the time for new haircut! Amazing, but FUUUUUUUN !

Last weekend we both played some 20/40 on friday (won both). Saturday we went to Frank's birthdays party instead of playing the 200€ live tournament. We got to the casino later the night and as no 20/40 was played we both played 10/20. I was bored so I decided to raise the action and promised to raise EVERY hand preflop for the ext two hours blind which I did. I even cold-betted/raised some flops in -the-dark or at least half-in-the-dark (watching only one card when being raised). In the first 10 hands I got cracked AA and a set but was able to crack AA two times myself. The game was on! No wonder playing like this I got quickly stuck about 800€. When I changed tables I kept on playing like this (they would boo-whooed me if not lol) but won the first three hands straight and got out of the dirt. Sure enough I got tired and went to normal-boring limit holdem playmode where I got stuck again! Finally we both lost a little and left.

Sunday Katja's father got 70 andf there was a big family party outside of our town so we spend the night there. It was all nice with lots of talk and good food in a nice hotel.

On Thuesday I was able to win the 26 player 200€ tournament just one more time :). Katja had bad luck when she lost the best hand 4 times in a row and got eleminated 11th. In the wild 20/40 game we both good so it was a very good and enteraining night for us.

Wednesday was 40/80 time again, this time it started late. We played shorthanded with 6 players but it was a good game. Both Katja and I were pretty well ahead before things turned around and we got stuck. In the end we lost the now quasi-standard 3 BB (240€, togehter). Three times playing, three times stuck 3 BB. Is that my rate? EV=-0.50 BB/h? Could very well be! On the other side this are only about 20 hours playtime and around ~1000 hands so it says nothing so far I guess. I like the game I play there, a good mix between solid but unpredictable play, while I am certainly to loose in the smaller limits.

Now we take a day of from poker and resume playing tomorrow night.

Sunday is 50€+5 blackjack tournament in Casino Schenefeld with a 50€ rebuy available. They offer added prices, free food and poker cash game afterwards so I already bought us in! This will be fun, at least!

Category: Our poker life

Trackback: URL: https://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341c0c9653ef00e5507e849b8834

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Busy retired life:

Comments: Hey there, really enjoy the blog. Thought perhaps we could share links. If you're up for it, please stop by or shoot me an email. Thanks, Adam [email protected]

Posted by: Adam (May 9, 2006 3:58:03 AM)

New comment: Sorry, comments are closed.