Lots of poker
Monday February 27th 2006, 3:04 am
Filed under: Full Tilt Poker,No-Limit Hold'em

…mostly watching it though.

Just played some ring games and one SnG today (finished even in the ring games, bubbled in the SnG, so slightly down for the day). Apart from that I watched poker:

  1. The first match for the title of “HU Goddess” between Yosoyveneno aka Poison and Katitude which ended abruptly with Veno turning quad 4s to crack Katitude’s boat. Wow! So it’s Veneno 1-0 Katitude with two matches to go! Read more about it: Veneno’s post and Sir “Don King of Poker” Waffles’ post
  2. Tonight I watched the tourney entitled “Suckout on Leukemia” on FTP (initiated by the guys/gals over at fulltiltforum.com)…152 players entered the 10$+16$ tourney including pros Jen Harman, Andy Bloch, John D’Agostino, Rafe Furst and Erik Seidel…a lot of bloggers showed up too, including but not limited to: Garthmeister (who finished 8th while busting out one of the initiators to claim a nice FTP jacket), Boobie Lover, MrsCantHang, Joanne, SirFWalGman, Spaceman, change100, Daddy and many more! Nice to see what some people can put together for a good cause! I would have loved to play too, but I missed it by some minutes…I’ll probably try to get some contact info to contribute something in another way….

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Thanks again for the support from the rail Ingoal. I was hoping to take the thing to the house, but it wasn’t to be. But raising money for charity, making the final table, winning a bounty and feeling good about it at the same time sounds like a deal to me!

Comment by Garthmeister J. 02.28.06 @ 6:40 pm


It was really an exciting tourney and I guess you could have won the whole thing, but sometimes it’s not meant to be (I’m thinking about the QQ vs 66 hand were you lost quite a chunk of your stack).

But like I already said on yahoo: A very nice showing…and a 6.500FTP Points jacket along with raising money for a good cause, what more can you ask for?

Comment by Ingoal 02.28.06 @ 7:52 pm

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