Having a good day today.

titans4ever

titans4ever

Legend
4 of 5 and should have won the other but he had 2 major suckouts to go from short stacked to crippling me.

PokerStars Tournament #25428610, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/05/26 - 21:52:40 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/05/26 - 22:27:14 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: saucolito (Whitman),

You finished in 1st place.

PokerStars Tournament #25423910, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/05/26 - 20:26:03 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/05/26 - 20:41:35 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: thetavs (Fowlerville),

You finished in 1st place.

PokerStars Tournament #25422439, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/05/26 - 19:57:51 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/05/26 - 20:24:46 (ET)
1: NoBoundary (Las Vegas), $10.00 (100%)
2: titans4ever (Grand Forks),

You finished in 2nd place.

PokerStars Tournament #25420937, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/05/26 - 19:29:23 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/05/26 - 19:50:08 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: bigpimpinn (Rosedale),

You finished in 1st place.

PokerStars Tournament #25418870, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/05/26 - 18:50:17 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/05/26 - 18:55:23 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: dsscz (Kanata),

You finished in 1st place.


I decided I have not played these for awhile since my bankroll was too low. Man these guys are passive. I raised most of my buttons and they will fold and then they let me see for free on most of their by calling. Peck Peck Peck. Anyone else play alot of these. Not to hard if you defend the button aggressively at this level anyway.


 
titans4ever

titans4ever

Legend
Having a good week I guess. Just one away from perfection but I will take 4th.

Tournament History for your last 5 tournaments requested by titans4ever

PokerStars Tournament #25820753, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/06/03 - 01:27:04 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/06/03 - 01:44:38 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: BigEasy_78 (Murfreesboro),

PokerStars Tournament #25792457, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/06/02 - 16:45:39 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/06/02 - 16:54:49 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: cms1000 (Atlanta),

PokerStars Tournament #25786027, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.50
45 players
Total Prize Pool: $225.00
Tournament started - 2006/06/02 - 14:53:06 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/06/02 - 16:55:38 (ET)
1: mclark220 (Needham), $69.76 (31%)
2: SuperDanR (Lakefield), $48.38 (21.50%)
3: Hornets89 (Auburn), $37.12 (16.49%)
4: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $28.12 (12.49%)
5: Hygglo (Karlskoga), $20.25 (9%)
6: jorzah81 (Burnaby), $13.50 (6%)
7: protok (Enschede), $7.87 (3.49%)
8: sweeper50 (Louisville),
9: stalecracker (Newburgh, NY),
10: DavSnook (Grenoble),
11: kooley10 (Shreveport),
12: ChrisK9 (Ennismore),
13: kmb4 (Rockville(no chat)),
14: rubenpi (Mar del Plata),
15: moneybu$$er (valleyfield),
16: HammêrHead (Fort McMurray),
17: crapcheck11 (redford),
18: Ludo Dolose (Rennes),
19: SirGladiator (Lincolnton),
20: citril (Bend),
21: RWMB (PALM BEACH GARDENS),
22: Molosse (Lawrenceville),
23: TruBluGT (Massapequa),
24: pmg369 (springboro),
25: ALL_IN_ONIE (kettering),
26: NV25 (citrus heights),
27: fab0057 (Laval),
28: ruimdg (almeirim),
29: SvhrFox (Reno),
30: My Memaw (rand Prairie),
31: carbunkle42 (Bellerose),
32: ScottLocke (Pittsburgh),
33: sexy serba (waterford),
34: windaeman (blackburn),
35: bennycac3 (Menands),
36: sirajee (Hickory Creek),
37: chpperdude69 (troutdale),
38: marbear4646 (bradenton),
39: robin_hood77 (Newtown),
40: JimmyTheKing (Windsor),
41: nogutnoglory (Newark),
42: mantlemick77 (Mechanicsburg),
43: MIN40 (Trollhättan),
44: Smirnster (Oceanside),
45: jeroso (sept-iles),

PokerStars Tournament #25787294, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/06/02 - 14:51:17 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/06/02 - 14:54:56 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: kennl (woking),

PokerStars Tournament #25739548, No Limit Hold'em
Buy-In: $5.00/$0.25
2 players
Total Prize Pool: $10.00
Tournament started - 2006/06/01 - 17:06:07 (ET)
Tournament finished - 2006/06/01 - 17:08:01 (ET)
1: titans4ever (Grand Forks), $10.00 (100%)
2: Dr.Sti (Bergen),

 
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AceZWylD

Visionary
Very Nice Job...I would also like to start playing more heads up tournaments. People play very passive in these and call an all in with poor hands once they are tired of being bullied.
 
wsorbust

wsorbust

Cardschat Elite
I'm very disapointed in your 4th place finish. . . lool





Holy Craps! Nice job!
 
dinosdynasty

dinosdynasty

Rock Star
Now that my bankroll is past critical, I might have to try some of these tonight. I'll just make sure you aren't registered.
 
titans4ever

titans4ever

Legend
So far I am 16 and 6 playing these $5 heads up.

Passive as can be. I can't believe how most of these games I have just dominated. Most times people do not even fight back. I had one person who mostly called with an ocassional raise preflop (then I knew to fold) the whole game. Not one reraise, ever?

By betting and being the aggressor you just chip away at their stack. They will occasionally win the big hand to gain what you peck away but the constant pressure gets to most people by the 15 minute mark.

I am not a great heads up player by any means but these are not hard as long as you are the aggressor from the start.
 
KerouacsDog

KerouacsDog

Legend
good work titans, very impressive stats.
I dont play heads-up much, but when I do get down to the last 2 in a sng my strategy for when Im behind is all-in with at least a picture card. As the other guy is chipleader it tends to scare them a bit for a while, and then eventually they'll call it and most times I will actually have a hand and double up. Doesnt work every time, but I'd say about 80% of the time I've won when Ive been shortstacked.
 
titans4ever

titans4ever

Legend
Yeah, the roof caved in, teach me to brag. The last 4 days I was 0 and 7. Finally winning one but needing runner runner after all-in with AA. He flopped a flush, go figure. I get runner runner for a full house. Don't really call that a victory.
 
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