Playing Chris Ferguson at FTP

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fulltiltpoker Game #3013433630: Table Hollow Pine - $2/$4 - No Limit Hold'em - 9:58:03 ET - 2007/07/21
Seat 4: AtlFFWebb ($100)
Seat 5: Chris Ferguson ($83.60)
Seat 6: IrishMafia ($158)
Seat 7: lydic10 ($202)
Seat 9: Four Dogs ($196)
Four Dogs posts the small blind of $2
AtlFFWebb has 5 seconds left to act
AtlFFWebb posts the big blind of $4
The button is in seat #7
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Four Dogs [8c 8h]
Chris Ferguson has 15 seconds left to act
Chris Ferguson raises to $10
IrishMafia folds
lydic10 folds
Four Dogs raises to $34
AtlFFWebb folds
Chris Ferguson folds
Uncalled bet of $24 returned to Four Dogs
Four Dogs mucks
Four Dogs wins the pot ($24)
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $24 | Rake $0
Seat 4: AtlFFWebb (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 5: Chris Ferguson folded before the Flop
Seat 6: IrishMafia didn't bet (folded)
Seat 7: lydic10 (button) didn't bet (folded)
Seat 9: Four Dogs (small blind) collected ($24), mucked
 
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hah, awesome. I didn't know you played at 400nl dogs...
 
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hah, awesome. I didn't know you played at 400nl dogs...
lol. I don't make a habit of it.:p I saw the empty seat and I decided to have some fun. He left a few hands later. I'm pretty sure I scared him off. It's Back to $50 for me!!!!
 
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you know what they say - it's okay to take a shot sometimes if you see an especially juicy tabl.... oh wait. :p
 
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The funny thing is that I played maybe 12 hands at that table and I was disgusted at how poor some of the play was. I think when a pro sits down, the table fills up with knuckleheads like me who just want a HH for their scrap book.
 
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The funny thing is that I played maybe 12 hands at that table and I was disgusted at how poor some of the play was. I think when a pro sits down, the table fills up with knuckleheads like me who just want a HH for their scrap book.

You may well have a point there, heh. :)
 
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So true, folks want that trophy of taking down a pro.
 
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I am impressed. I like CF, he seems to be good people.
 
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To be fair, he was playing 4 or 5 tables. He probably never gave it a 2nd thought.
 
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To be fair, he was playing 4 or 5 tables. He probably never gave it a 2nd thought.

pffft. Come on man, you gotta practice on the story you'll be telling your grandkids.

It should go something like this: "And grampy re-popped the 2000 ME Champ with 88 and Chris Ferguson had 15 seconds left to act and he folded. Cause grampy is awesome".
 
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good luck !!! i playe dwith him once in the Ferg , and never even git the chance to bust him llol
 
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Everyone remember what the pros say about amateurs?

"Their main downfall is that they play too many hands."

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Andy bloch was kind enough to play a play money SNG when FTP first started, I wasn't a real money player then and tried to bluff but he called with his 3rd pair and i first busted, i dont think he was interested in playing long but he kind enough and i respect that.
 
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Chris Ferguson seems to play more often than many of the other Pros at lower stakes. And he does seem like a nice guy, overall. I sat next to Andy Bloch (who also seems nice, online) once in a charity tourney at FTP. We were heads up in a small'ish pot and both whiffed the flop. We duked it out to showdown and split the pot with Q8o. He took me out the next hand.
 
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Chris F is the man! but you took him down!! LOL
 
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