Thursday, May 2, 2013

Show me the money

Last night, I only went all in on a single hand, but made it count. It was a "Show me the money!" kind of hand. I was dealt a pair of sixes, and hit a set on the flop. I bet $4,000 into a pot of $9,000 and got two callers. On the turn, I bet $9,000 and both players called again, one going all in for his last $8,400 to do so. On the river, I went all in with my remaining $17,991, which was a bit of grandstanding, seeing as the only player still in the hand with chips to bet had just $5,399 left. He called. My set held up and I raked in a pot worth $57,578. That was hand 23, and I felt like playing longer, so I did - to the tune of 104 more hands.

During current Hold'em session you were dealt 127 hands and saw flop:
 - 12 out of 19 times while in big blind (63%)
 - 15 out of 21 times while in small blind (71%)
 - 40 out of 87 times in other positions (45%)
 - a total of 67 out of 127 (52%)
 Pots won at showdown - 10 of 15 (66%)
 Pots won without showdown - 6

delta: $24,399
cash game no limit hold'em balance: $4,939,137
balance: $7,388,545

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