Small stakes, long slog

thedarkman

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I played another $2.20 Omaha, a regular one this time, and made the final table, busted out 7th with aces. It took nearly 6 hours so I suppose that counts as cheap entertainment. The attached hand is amusing. I flopped top set but was cautious because of the draws. Playing garbage, a guy raised with bottom set. The flush came on the river, and I bet. He thought he as ahead for some reason. Sigh.
 

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Psyanide14

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Yup playing small stakes if fun but you’re never going to get rich from it. A huge cash might get you $100 in a large tournament. On the other hand, you’ll still be able to pay your mortgage during a long down swing.
 
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Yup playing small stakes if fun but you’re never going to get rich from it. A huge cash might get you $100 in a large tournament. On the other hand, you’ll still be able to pay your mortgage during a long down swing.


I wouldn't do it if I couldn't multitask. Mostly wordprocessing rather than surfing.
 
Banjois

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I tried out a $2.20 Omaha tournament the other day, and it was the most insane "everybody goes all in pre-flop with nothing" tournament I've ever encountered....
 
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