$4 maximum buy-in table left with $1k PLO?
It was bizarre. I was scoping out the new penny tables when I saw this player with $1k on the table. The maximum buy-in was $4. I was pretty much flabbergasted.
I just watched as they toyed with a guy and his last 50c, like a cat playing with a mouse. Poor thing was just stuck there. It was tough to feel his pain though. After all, he chose to sit with the tiniest of stacks HE against, well stack hardly describes it. He was up against a mountain of money. On top of that he didn't seem to grasp the concept of HE in the slightest.
The player with $1k doesn't have many tournaments in their sharkscope
(also I'm not sure if sharkscope even tracks PLO or ring games). It's just a slow and jagged start with a huge vertical leap. Now they've only played 73 tournaments/games according to the scope, but $4 at the most up to $1k has me believing it can't be a fluke. They're patient as all get out to stay and focus for that many hours(if they're even human). Plus, I mean $1k?
Now I'm wondering if it's someone playing incognito. I've just never seen anything like it. You can't get that much from pure aggression, though many try and fail. Nah, it's gotta be much, much, more.