What ever the question....you now have the answer...

 

I had a stinker of a day yesterday. Just didn't get any traction in anything. Out flopped, out played and eaten by the blinds.

Played the 6am Open Skill league this morning, and mixing my plays went out with Ad 9d fairly early.

I have been toying with the idea of depositing, another bankroll. But have so far managed to avoid it.

I've made some improvement, but not nearly enough.

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Freeroll jokes...

I can't count the amount of times this happens...

After comment on this in reply to the poster: I do play it badly...I should have had the UTG limper all in preflop - why I min raise I am unsure...I think I may have been put off from previous hands, people shoving preflop, I was playing too tight and agree with the posters comments: in hindsight, whatever happened I think UTG limper would be going all in and the outcome is unchanged. I can only surmise that my 'sixth sense' kicked in, knew I was going to flop a set and still come out second best by the river, cause it does happen a lot in these situations with the all in takin it down with obsurd cards.....and thanks for the comments. I have done ok from the freerolls and have managed to final table one back in November. think I came 6th...

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Todays pokerschool 10am: 

One table, about 11 hands of each other: I am not in the hands!

1st:

2nd:

The 1st is good play.

the 2nd, well you have to feel a little sorry for the Ad villian...

This was a complete rarety for pokerstars:

And they were mine!!

 

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So one of the things I notice for me, if I join a tournament at the very begining, I can get some chips going, but then watch towards the end of the late registration period the entry numbers can rise dramatically. 

Is this a good idea to join in the last minutes of the rigistration?? 

When I have done this, it has been somewhat effective, but also has it's own dynamics.

What's your thoughts?