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Tournament was a bust, but the cash games started moving pretty quickly as Omaha players busted. I spent about two hours in the Must Move and ran $360 up to $565. There was a regular on my right who has money & plays often, but I don't consider him a talented player. People like him are the life blood of the game. He was rather vocal in alerting the table that he had been running good the last 4 or 5 sessions, but tonight was his Regression to the Mean. He burned through about 3 racks pretty quickly, and was sure to call down light on the river just for the opportunity to roll his hand & show us all how badly people were sucking out on him. I've always held the belief that you should keep your luck (or lack thereof) quiet while you're at the table, because you don't want to give away any more information than is available through the context of play. Generally speaking, if you're running like ass & broadcasting it to the other players, you'll attract the attention of the wolves who will then proceed to hammer you mercilessly. Hey, we take whatever edge we can get in the game 😈
I've been analyzing my play, and I've come to learn most of my profits are coming from the Must Move games. For the most part, once you make it to the Main Game, there's going to be an abundance of grinders that have been playing all day & accumulating the chips of the recreational players. For the most part, it's just a tougher lineup. I may have to start factoring in these considerations when I decide if I want to put in long sessions of more than 4-5 hours...is it about money, or competing against better players? I may have to balance the 2 in a way that works to improve my game, but simultaneously protects my profits.
As with the First Edition, the back of this deck shows a diagonal stripe that crosses from the corners. In this case, Boreals has a turquoise blue nebula inside his stripe and edges, instead of the famous white stripe of the First Edition. This nebula is similar to that of the Aurora Borealis, which is an incredible light show. It is caused by collisions between electrically charged particles. These are released from the sun, entering the earth's atmosphere, and colliding with gases such as oxygen and nitrogen. Absolutely amazing, yes?