I just get all losing tables @GR1ZZL3R
I tend to find in tournaments if I go out in one when I'm deep then within a couple hands I'll be out them all. Haven't worked out if this is due to tilt yet lol
Cursing Unibet for making me play cash tables to complete these missions!
Thanks for that @MetalWolf I've just played an hour and made 5.22 so it's a start. I don't know wether you experience this in tourneys but all week I seem to have made money on one table and lost on another, can't get a double winning run, and 50% of me is and 50% . I suppose I ought to drop a losing table in that case or try another but at least I'm only half tilted.
There is no room for ego in poker so if a guy gives you a hard time at the table or makes you change your play in a bad way just leave. Plenty of tables to choose from.
But if you lost because of coolers or unlucky spots, nothing you can do.
I haven't the heart for another cash session after my latest KO from the UK tour so will settle for 15.87 today made in three relatively short sessions, one of 5.28 made in 3 hands, and not wishing to push my luck beating a hasty retreat.
Sorry @lakers but you're first out, would you like a 2e mtt ticket, expires in 11 days, as consolation.
It seems to be the same story every day, up on one table down on another. I played on two this morning, the same 5 on both tables with only one odd player, made 13e on one and lost 4 on the other.
On another thread I mentioned the guys that won't give up top pair no matter what pressure, and this is sort of that and slow playing a big pair as well.I raise, he 3 bets and I call.
He checked the flop, so I bet and was called.
The turn gave me trips so I wasn't folding that, he checked again, I went all in and was called again.
If he had four bet pre-flop I would have folded, and if he had bet pot on the flop I may well have folded, but the checking kept me in the pot to his cost.
I suppose he had the nut flush draw on the turn but the river was ok. Any thoughts anyone?
Thanks for the input @psrquack and @Silver1. I called the 3 bet as I had seen him turn up on the flop with some marginal holdings so it was a matter of feel. If I hadn't have been there long I would probably have folded AJ, often being dominated by AK or even AQ and of course KK or AA, less likely as I had an Ace. A lot of the time it is just "feel" and paying attention, something I don't always do but have been concentrating more on for this challenge.