To Call or Not To Call
Played some Stud-8 tonight. Won a buyin. Had some fun with a mo-run. It was an interesting conversation.
BigMo123: had 2pr and 4 diamonds dasmn u lucky
SirFWALGMan: blah blah blah
SirFWALGMan: I had a good hand
SirFWALGMan: A low and a high
SirFWALGMan: what you want me to fold it?
BigMo123: u had a str8
BigMo123: i had outs
SirFWALGMan: i had a made low
SirFWALGMan: and a made high
BigMo123: but you didnt win the low
SirFWALGMan: ya so?
SirFWALGMan: I had a monster hand no way I
should fold that
BigMo123: stop being a toad
SirFWALGMan: stop whining like a baby
SirFWALGMan: or whimpering like a puppy
BigMo123: I'm not whining I'm just saying toad
SirFWALGMan: say it to someone who cares
Played a 2-table 18-person SNG. I took 3rd. Not a bad finish. I ended up going out when I pushed my eights into his tens or something stupid like that. Pocket pairs are strong with 3-peeps so I do not feel that bad.
Played the MIDNIGHT MADDNESS. I cashed for my first time in it. Nothing big. Fiftieth place out of like 1000 peeps. It was alot of fun. I went out on a hand that could not be called a BAD play but I wonder if there was a better spot.
** EDIT: Fiftieth not fifth. Lol. What a retard. I was wondering why people were congradulating me. lol. Moron.
I had 14K in chips. The blinds were 1600/800 ante-150. Another short stack with 11K raises 4800. I come over the top of him with AQo. He calls. He flips over 88. I do not improve. I am debating if this was the right move. I had a good hand. I had a chance to win. I lost the hand. Would it have made more sense to wait for something better or for the chance to be the aggressor? I think probably it would have.