January 31, 2011


I am a 21 year old student living in London, UK and I have played poker as a fairly serious hobby for about 5 years. Obviously when I started off at 16 I lost a little but I have gotten better until the present day where I am a winning player at my local 1/2 live game. In fact over the summer of 2010 I crushed the game and had something like two losing sessions in the 6 weeks I played almost ever day (see graph below). Before than I had been break even live and since I have lost about 1.5K. I think the reason as to why I was successful then where as before I was break even and since I have lost 7.5 buyins is because of stress to do with school. I go to a fairly prestigious university so the work load is quite intense and I have also been looking for jobs and the such so I have been relatively stressed out. Anyway I have also lost playing online since I was 16 (this could be anywhere from $1000 to $3000, I haven't really kept track) and I am sick of losing so I am going to take it as seriously as possible. I am going to play as much as possible, hopefully as much as 5000 hands per day by playing 0.05/0.10 Rush and grinding up to play the biggest rush games. I will also try and watch at least 1 video a day. Its time to put up or shut up and I want to be beating Rush poker. I am busy right now but I'll add further info later.

but cliff notes: February 2011 is going to be a good month. 

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Posted By ZOMGDavidCarradine at 12:59 PM


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tychoon posted on January 31, 2011 at 13:36 PM


Google RANT: JUST FUCKING DO IT if you ever need motivation imo.
Run good!

ZOMGDavidCarradine posted on February 01, 2011 at 02:22 AM


Thanks dude I am psyched for all the soul owning in the near future.

GingerViking posted on February 01, 2011 at 03:51 AM


Don't understand why you would want to play Rush. Its readless poker, if you want to improve your poker game surely play normal 6m/FR where you can improve adjusting to opponents and exploiting weaknesses.

ZOMGDavidCarradine posted on February 02, 2011 at 13:37 PM


If you put in hands it is not readless, I have notes on a lot of rush players

the_sphinx1 posted on February 03, 2011 at 22:03 PM


Suggesting Rush is readless is nonsense. Rush poker requires the same skills. You still make adjustments against player types and regs. It is very crushable over a large sample at a consistent rate.


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