This is my first먹튀검증 먹튀폴리스 blog entry. It’s been a few weeks since my first video and I’ve been planning to write this for a while, I just haven’t had anything interesting since then. Nothing cool has happened but I figured I might as well just write about my thoughts before a big event.
I watched the first episode of the new Poker After Dark I am on this week. They called it “Jam-Up Week” or action week for those of us that speak normal English. I think that title is crap because Antonio is not an action player, neither is Howard. Howard was there to replace Phil Ivey (who is action) because Phil had some sick action on the golf course to attend I’d bet. And Antonio likes to talk fast and give off the action player image, but he just isn’t. I’ve played with him in high stakes NL cash games and he just sits and waits for the nuts. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying it’s bad, it work’s wonders for him, and that’s why I consider him one of the best cash game NL players. He gets his opponents to make mistakes versus him. Occasionally he will make a big bluff or an action move, but it’s very rare and always well thought out.
So far on this episode, I’ve played many hands and won about every pot I’ve entered. Nothing wrong with that, I just wish I didn’t talk so much. It’s hard, with the producers hyping us up to talk and be active. You gotta show personality to get invited back to these things so I guess I do what I gotta do. Overall, I was pleased with how I played so far. I didn’t do anything crazy or stupid and won a lot of small pots to chip up. This week is going to get real good, so I recommend staying tuned.
Lately in major tourneys I haven’t been doing so well. I know why, which is a good thing at least. I have been losing my patience and not sitting back and letting the soft spots give me the money and I’ve been trying to force a big pot with a big bluff, which I guess is a result of not having patience. The plans for tomorrow are just to take it easy and not get involved in any big pots without a big hand. Seems pretty simple to say, let’s just see if I can implement that plan. Big hands, big pots, small hands, small pots. I really wanna do well here. I have made a final table every season of the WPT since I began playing them in 2004. There are only 3 events left in this season, here, Foxwoods next week, and the WPT Champs in April so I better get my act together if I wanna keep my streak alive.
Now that I’m an instructor I have to represent. I can’t be making any dumb moves. So this tournament is for all you guys at RPT. I’m going to play the hardest I have since December when I made the final table of the 5k NL event at the Bellagio. I’ll write another entry after tomorrow ends. I’d better still have chips!
One last thing, I am going to play a MTT on Bodog after this WPT and record that for my next video so check the updates for WPT Reno and expect that the day after I win or I’m out.