They Had to Get Lucky to Beat Me
"I keep losing via suckouts. " How many times have you been
at a table, played your heart out and then either lose a
huge hand or are all-in and ahead only to have the player
suck out on you? For many of us, more times than we can
count or remember. Do you ever consider that this is a good thing? If you are
in a game and the only way that you are losing or being beat
is via someone getting lucky, then you are playing very
well. Let me give you an example from the 2009 WSOP.
Matt Damon Discussing Rounders 2
Rounders ended on a positive note - Mike McD leaving NY and
his law studies for Las Vegas and a shot at the ultimate
poker glory. What happened next?
Maybe we'll know one day soon, if Rounders gets a sequel. In
this video interview from the WSOP Ante Up for Africa
tournament, Matt Damon mentions the word *sequel* in
connection with Rounders (one minute into the clip). "I told (Brian) Koppelman and (David) Levien, the writers of
Rounders, that we should be in Costa Rica making Rounders
Plenty of Fish in the Stud 8 Pool
If you want a game that can be truly a table of fish, then
you need to sit in a Stud 8 or Better game. Stud 8 or Better is known as stud hi-lo split. Â The best
five card hand wins half the pot, while a qualifying low
hand gets the other hand. Â A qualifying low hand is five
unique cards eight and lower.