Thursday Night Poker (TNP) 17th January

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I won! Woohoo. Earned R300, while a very close second place went to Lucie who doubled up in the last hand. I had pocket 8s, she had Queen Ten… I moved all in after the flop of 6,7,9. I figured I’d only need a 5 or 10 for the straight. An 8 for a set or a 6,7 or 9 for a two pair. Don’t know what the odds were… but I’m thinking they’re good. She got lucky and hit the Queen on the turn… and the river was something useless like a 3. So she beat my pair of eights and cleared R280.

Interestingly… the more Jack I drank – the luckier I became. Well its a reason to not stay sober at these things.

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About torgnyhylen

I'm an digital creative director working in Cape Town South Africa for Ogilvy Interactive. I've been designing in some capacity for the last 14 years, 12 of those online. I love what I do... and if there was one thing I wish I could do more of... it would be to paint. Besides movies and art, my other serious past-time is good old pen & paper role-playing games. Writing stories for friends that take years to complete and are improved beyond recogination by their participation is a real kick.
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2 Responses to Thursday Night Poker (TNP) 17th January

  1. Trevor McPherson says:

    ya and it would have really helped you if I hadn’t kept pushing for the blinds to double right…. um sorry about that. Was your turn though. Well done.

  2. torgnyhylen says:

    No sweat dude. All is fair… it could have very easily gone the other way. And besides… we went all in – blinds be damned.

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