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freebuy #2

more like 3k entrants :)      173out 

My first victory in the Cup RKH !  

HOW IT WAS 

first 2 hours I was constantly on the top3 chipleader  , but I had  0 Bounty 

mytable

 

And me moved another table   where  this moment  

mistake

but I continued to fight   and we have reached bubblestage     I had smallstack ,when happened my first confrontation with DonKap 

vs

because of this I was able to get  money

 

Only after 3h 10min ,   I eliminated another player  my first bounty  

bt

later not better call but i won , bounty #2

b2

 batube1 lost 

hu

very bad start for me

lshu

and next hand 

wn1hu

now no one will stop me 

1sw

sw2

sw3

but he was not going to give up

sw5

ws7

 

  

finita

cgt

#OOPS365 

 

 

 

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Pack your bags for Glasgow!

This is it!

The FUN WAY TO GLASGOW is now over, and the database is updated.

So we can officially announce that the big winner of the €2,000 package for the Unibet Open Glasgow is:

@B165L1Ck75!!!

Have fun in Glasgow! We count on you to post pictures and a little report about your experience there!

 


Now it’s time for the Grand Final!



On Thursday May the 21st, RKH organizes a €20 buy-in tournament to win the 2nd package for the Unibet Open Glasgow!

After careful consideration, the Grand Final with over €2000 of added prizes will be reserved for RankingHero members, come to get your password 30 minutes ahead as usual.

Don’t miss this opportunity!

 

All our Unibet.com missions and tournaments gave tickets for this huge event as prizes.

Here are the winners :

Qualified thanks to the FUN WAY:
1st in Mission #1@Mark Duguid 
1st in Mission #2: @B165L1Ck75 
1st in Mission #3@Skilful 

3 tickets granted to participants on the FUN WAY Leaderboard:
@Bnasp 
@William Calder 
@Emty 


Here are all the qualified thanks to the POKER WAY!
1st in Tournament #1@Tedy Mihai 
1st in Tournament #2@Aldo Wil 
1st in Tournament #3@Jonny2192 

10 tickets granted to players on the POKER WAY Leaderboard:
@John Thomson 
@dkarev 
@djor 
@Bhoywonder70 
@Elisa Beluze 
@halvestad 
@waker66 
@Tony Montana 
@diemonn 
@Melinda57 


Here are the added prizes in the prize pool of this TOURNAMENT:

Good luck all and see you on thursday!

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awesome, says its linked now

 

absolute star!!!  thank you!!

The Unibet Open Glasgow live webcast on RankingHero :) Watch it here: http://www.rankinghero.com/UNIBET


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Bonjour la communauté, je viens vers vous pour avoir votre analyse de ce coup et savoir comment vous l'auriez joué?

PokerStars Hand #113549708454: Tournament #880172398, €0.45+€0.05 EUR Hold'em No Limit - Level IX (75/150) - 2014/03/20 9:53:33 CET [2014/03/20 4:53:33 ET]
Table '880172398 9' 4-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: djo-poker-40 (14135 in chips)
Seat 2: neneph10 (4756 in chips)
Seat 3: reloup (8045 in chips)
Seat 4: Pong88 (6060 in chips)
djo-poker-40: posts the ante 20
neneph10: posts the ante 20
reloup: posts the ante 20
Pong88: posts the ante 20
reloup: posts small blind 75
Pong88: posts big blind 150
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Pong88 [6s 5s]
djo-poker-40: calls 150
neneph10: folds
reloup: calls 75
Pong88: checks
*** FLOP *** [7s Ks 8h]
reloup: checks
Pong88: bets 300
djo-poker-40: raises 600 to 900
reloup: folds
Pong88: raises 4990 to 5890 and is all-in
djo-poker-40: calls 4990
*** TURN *** [7s Ks 8h] [Qd]
*** RIVER *** [7s Ks 8h Qd] [Td]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Pong88: shows [6s 5s] (high card King)
djo-poker-40: shows [Kc 9d] (a pair of Kings)
djo-poker-40 collected 12310 from pot
Pong88 finished the tournament in 59th place
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 12310 | Rake 0
Board [7s Ks 8h Qd Td]
Seat 1: djo-poker-40 showed [Kc 9d] and won (12310) with a pair of Kings
Seat 2: neneph10 (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 3: reloup (small blind) folded on the Flop
Seat 4: Pong88 (big blind) showed [6s 5s] and lost with high card King

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Bonjour Christophe

Tout d abord merci de me donner ton point de vue c est bien pour cela que j'ai posté cette main et pour connaître l avis général de la communauté.  Comme tu le dis tres justement dans ce genre de tournoi a faible BI , les joueurs payent souvent light. En boitant flop je sais qu il n a pas AK et sans doute pas KQ non plus puisqu il limp simplement, de plus je n'ai pas 9 outs mais 15 puisque un 4 ou un 9 me donne quinte (je compte 15 outs car je ne peux savoir qu il a un 9) et j ai montre un jeu solide jusque la donc je pense avoir une image respectable et pas mal de fold equity. Et dans le cas comme ici ou je suis payé j ai encore 60% de chance de gagner le coup si je ne m'abuse non? 

Bonjour, oui Pong88 tu as raison ... 

très précisement tu as 52.3% vs 47.7% sur le flop 

Et effectivement je n'ai pas compter ton tirage quinte par les deux bouts ... 

mais cela n'explique pas pour autant pourquoi tu pousse ta boite sur sa relance, tuas à mon avis beaucoup de profondeur de stack pour aller voir tes cartes pas trop cher 

un call turn ne  m'aurait t'il pas engagé à payer la river si pas trop cher? Et la mon M n'aurait t'il pas été trop bas et  devoir etre en mode push/fold? 

J'avoue que lorsque j'envoie le tapis je me dis que je suis favori dans le coup et que je prend le risque de bust ou d'etre relancé dans le tournoi en doublant. Je trouvais risqué de perdre trop de profondeur de tapis et de ne pas trouver un aussi bon spot pour envoyer.

Mais il est clair que sur internet avec le temps imparti, difficile de mener une reflexion aboutie