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4 Tips On Heads-Up Poker by Team partypoker Pro Scott Baumstein

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Heads up poker is becoming a more and more popular medium and it is not only relevant when it comes down to the last two people standing in a tournament. Most pots even in full ring are heads up (or become heads up by the turn) and a strong foundation of heads up play will help all aspects of your game.

1. Open up your game - Heads up poker is a totally different kind of animal than full ring poker. Most hands that were previously unplayable are not only playable but may even become premium so you are going to need to play a very wide range of starting hands. This concept remains true throughout the hand as the relative hand strength of one pair or a high card will often be the best hand.

2. Position is everything - in most situations you should be coming in for a raise on every button for a hand which you want to play. This is because acting last is a big advantage and you would be wise to build bigger pots for the hands where you have the advantage.

3. Stay aggressive (even more so than usual) - in poker in general, the more aggressive players tend to have an advantage over a less aggressive player. This is especially true in heads up poker as most of the time neither one of you will make a strong hand so whoever makes the most convincing argument will win the pot.

4. Mix up your play - I am hesitant to add this in because even though it is true, it should not be taken as carte blanche or justification to make bad plays with weak hands. You should be taking different lines in marginal spots…so most of the time you should be playing in a similar fashion, but sometimes you should change your play. For example, don’t always reraise preflop with the same types of hands or don’t always check raise a flush draw on the flop.

The brand new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule!

The all new partypoker has introduced a new Sunday tournament schedule. The key changes are the addition of an action-packed fun $10K Super Bounty and a wide range of new low buy-in tournaments featuring the best of the old but also new speed, rebuy, add-on and PLO tournaments – a great Sunday mix if you want to win top prizes and have fun playing tournament poker.

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Fancy Yourself As A Bounty Hunter?

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With the brand new changes we’ve made to our Majors we’re pretty sure you’re going to love our Bounty Tournaments! Every single time you take down a villain of the felt we’ll be paying you a little extra cash. Don’t stand on the sidelines get in there and start a ruckus! And with buy-ins starting from as little as $5 even Boba Fett would agree that’s a reason to start blasting!  Happy hunting!

The brand new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule!

The all new partypoker has introduced a new Sunday tournament schedule. The key changes are the addition of an action-packed fun $10K Super Bounty and a wide range of new low buy-in tournaments featuring the best of the old but also new speed, rebuy, add-on and PLO tournaments – a great Sunday mix if you want to win top prizes and have fun playing tournament poker.

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There’s No Need To Wait For The Weekend Here’s The Daily Majors!

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We sure hope you’re all enjoying the all new partypoker.com We’ve gone and made a few changes around here which needed to be done right? One being our revamped Sunday tournament schedule and word on the street is it’s a hit. But we didn’t stop there, we listened and heard that you didn’t always want to wait until the weekend to get your poker on. Which is why we’re proud to announce our Daily Majors!

50 tournaments a week and $70,000 guaranteed!

We’ve gone and jammed 11 tournaments into 24 hours. Giving you all a real mix of old school classics, a dash of new and exciting tournaments and buy-ins that we know you’ll all love. So go let us know what you all think about the new schedule in the comments below.

So play the Majors on partypoker this Sunday today and earn your share of over $70,000 guaranteed!

 

The brand new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule!

The all new partypoker has introduced a new Sunday tournament schedule. The key changes are the addition of an action-packed fun $10K Super Bounty and a wide range of new low buy-in tournaments featuring the best of the old but also new speed, rebuy, add-on and PLO tournaments – a great Sunday mix if you want to win top prizes and have fun playing tournament poker.

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Win your share of $20,000 in Sony gadgets with our New Mission “Game Day”

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Laces out! Time to get out on the  field and score a touchdown! There’s a brand new Mission right here on partypoker, that we’re calling the  ”Game Day” Mission! Complete it and you’ll be in the running for a staggering $20,000 worth of gadgets, including Bravia TVs and Vaio laptops all from Sony!

The Important Stuff

When? 21st January – 2nd February

How do I take part? Go to your ‘Missions’ section, select ‘Game Day’ Mission, then click ‘Start Mission’.

If you already have an active Mission, you will have to pause that one first

What can I win? Entry to a freeroll with $20,000 in Sony® gadgets up for grabs!

Just finish the 5 objectives and we’ll enter you into an exclusive freeroll on the 16th February 14:30 ET and you’ll be earning yourself some pretty sweet swag!

The Mission has 5 objectives:
  1. Finish 2nd in a 9 player Sit & Go (put in a quality performance)
  2. Play 297 fastforward hands in 60 minutes (go on a poker blitz and smash the rushing record)
  3. Finish in the top 50 in a tournament with more than 500 players (you need nerves of steel to score a 50 yard field goal)
  4. Win 4 hands at any cash game table (it’s make or break at the 4th down – go for the goal!)
  5. Play 100 hands at $0.10/$0.25 (Quarterback sneak)

But you better get to it as you’ve only got until the 2nd of February (23:59 ET) to complete this Mission. All you need to do to take part is head to your ‘Missions’ section, select the Game Day Mission and click ‘Start Mission’.

The brand new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule!

The all new partypoker has introduced a new Sunday tournament schedule. The key changes are the addition of an action-packed fun $10K Super Bounty and a wide range of new low buy-in tournaments featuring the best of the old but also new speed, rebuy, add-on and PLO tournaments – a great Sunday mix if you want to win top prizes and have fun playing tournament poker.

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Your Thoughts On That Crucial Hand From The Latest $200K Guaranteed Sunday

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On Sunday 19th January partypoker player pashal986″ took down the highlight of our weekly poker calendar, we’re talking the 200K Guaranteed of course! Along the way there’s always a few bumps in the roads and any good poker player worth their weight in salt will always want to review those ‘oh-so-crucial’ hands. Here’s one crucial hand that we want down that we’d love to get your thoughts on:

The brand new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule!

The all new partypoker has introduced a new Sunday tournament schedule. The key changes are the addition of an action-packed fun $10K Super Bounty and a wide range of new low buy-in tournaments featuring the best of the old but also new speed, rebuy, add-on and PLO tournaments – a great Sunday mix if you want to win top prizes and have fun playing tournament poker.

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partypoker Player “pashal986” $43,173 Richer After Winning the Latest $200K Guaranteed Sunday

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Can you imagine how amazing it must feel to win $43,173.00 in only 677 hands of tournament poker? That is exactly what happened to Pavel “pashel986” Meshkov of Belarus who was crowned this week’s $200K Guaranteed champion in the early hours of Monday morning.

partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday Final Table (19/01/2014) Seat Player Chips 1 Rumrun1 613,440 2 PHILIVEYNO1 760,888 3 BobNeil130 151,178 4 charlymogo 232,851 5 Reinerzufall 169,774 6 Rocazino 772,995 7 trixibelle1 675,058 8 pashal986 632,640 9 KungKroon 880,106 10 ItsMontana 681,130

As you can see from the final table seat draw above, most of the stacks were tightly packed with not many chips separating them. One exception was BobNeil130 who began the final table as the shortest stack with only 7.5 big blinds.

BobNeil130 tried hard to improve his dire situation, but his tournament ended when ItsMontana min-raised to 40,000 from the cutoff, BobNeil130 three-bet all-in for a total of 107,678 from the big blind with and ItsMontana looked him up with . A ten on the flop, a third one on the turn and a full house completing queen on the river were more than enough to bust BobNeil190 in 10th place and improve ItsMontana’s position.

A couple of orbits later and pashal986 scored a welcomed double up when his stayed ahead of the of KungKroon with the chips going in preflop. That hand saw pashal986 climb to almost 1.5 million chips and gave him much more room to manoeuvre.

Two hands after pashal986’s double u, Reinerzufall crashed out of the tournament in ninth place. Down to three big blinds and facing the prospect of being in the big blind next hand, Reinerzufall pinned his hopes on the lowly and moved all in. Two seats over, trixibelle1 called with to put Reinerzufall at risk. By the river of the board, both players had made a straight, but trixibelle1’s was the higher of the two and the final table lost another player.

Next to go, shortly after Reinerzufall, was charlymogoRocazino to his immediate left woke up with and had an easy call to make. And make it he did. The five community cards fell and with that charlymogo was charlymogone.

Five quick fire hands later and pocket nines reared their head again, but this time they held to send Rumrun1 home earlier than he would have liked. A min-raise to 50,000 from KungKroon in early position was met with a three-bet all-in for 359,190 by Rumru1 on the button and then a call from the original raiser. KungKrron held a significant advantage with his well in front of the that Rumrun1 displayed in front of him. The was void of any major drama and Rumrun1 busted.

Less than an orbit of the table later and a coinflip took out PHILIVEYNO1 and left the tournament with only five players. KingKroon raised twice the big blind to 50,000 and then called with when PHILIVEYNO1 moved all-in for 267,319 in total with . Those lowly pocket fives held as the community cards ran out and the Phil Ivey fan’s tournament came to an abrupt end.

Five became four with the exit of ItsMontana, who pushed all-in for 394,908 during the 15,000/30,000/3,000a level with and pashal986 called with . A board sealed ItsMontana’s fate and sent pashal986’s stack past the 2.1 million barrier.

Four handed play was quite an aggressive affair spanning close to 50 hands. It ended when KungKroon raised the minimum to 80,000 from under the gun and both trixibelle1 and pashal986 called from the blinds. The pair saw the flop come into view and it was checked to KungKroon, who fired a continuation bet of 92,000 at his opponents. Trixibelle1 folded, but pashal986 check-raised to 195,650. KungKroon called and the landed on the turn. Pashal986 now led for 225,650 and KungKroon called. The completed the boar and pashal986 greeted it with an all-in bet, which was more than enough to put KungKroon all in. KungKroon called, showed for trip queens and was completely crushed by the of pashal986 that had flopped a set and improved to a full house on the turn. A cooler of a hand and one that put pashal986 back into the lead.

Trixibelle1 managed to double up not once but twice through Rocazino and then was responsible for sending Rocazino to the sidelines in third place. Rocazino open-jammed for 920,046 from the button and trixibelle1 called from the small blind. Pashal986 made a disciplined fold in the big blind with pocket nines and saw Rocazino’s go to battle with trixbelle1’s . The flop left Rocazino drawing quit thinly — he had a 17% chance of winning – and the turn actually changed nothing. The river was one point away from securing a double for Racazino and he busted in third place, leaving tirixbelle1 (2,809,722) and pashal986 (2,725,278) to lock horns heads up for the title and the $43,173.00 first place prize.

Pashal986 started the one-on-one contest the better of the two players and quickly forged a lead for himself; it seemed that trixibelle1 had no answer for his opponent’s loose-aggressive style.

The final hand, which went down at 06:04am GMT, saw a raise from trixibelle1 on the button, a three-bet from pashal986 and a call. All the chips went piling into the middle on the flop, trixibelle1’s needing some help from the final two community cards in order to crack the of pashal986. That help failed to arrive, trixibelle1’s tournament ended and pashal986 went to bed with a smile on his face and ambitious plans for his massive winner’s prize.

partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday Final Table Results (19/01/2014) Place Player Prize 1 pashal986 $43,173.00 2 trixibelle1 $22,914.90 3 Rocazino $14,501.70 4 KungKroon $12,287.70 5 ItsMontana $10,073.70 6 PHILIVEYNO1 $7,859.70 7 Rumrun1 $5,645.70 8 charlymogo $3,653.10 9 Reinerzufall $2,546.10 10 BobNeil130 $1,002.60

Special mentions have to go to the following five players who each secured a package to the upcoming World Poker Tour Fallsview Main Event. Mike “Timex” McDonald, Louis Boutin, Carla Larson, Rudy Blondeux and Tomas Fara will each be competing in the WPT Fallsview Poker Classic in February.

Who’s Ready To Roll? We’ve Got Over 400 New Tourneys Every Single Week!

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You might remember that we recently revamped our Sunday Majors right? Well that was just the beginning! As from now you’ll find thousands more tournaments have been added every single month as well as new Daily, Saturday and Omaha Majors. You also find that the Sunday Majors has been completely overhauled going from a 12 Tournament affair to a boastful 17!

Here’s our top 10 ten highlights:
  1. 400 more tournaments per week!  Yes you read that bit right, we’re now boasting Hold’em, Omaha, those bounty tournaments you love, rebuys and much much more with buy-ins from just $0.50. Kerching!
  2. All New MTT pricing that consolidates buy-ins at player-friendly tiers for recreational players at all levels.
  3. We’re got more than double the number of tournaments in other game variants such as limit Hold’em, Omaha and Stud. What better time to try something new!
  4. Sunday Majors? Get ready for Daily Majors! We’ve got over 50 guaranteed tournaments that are running all the way  throughout the week – so you no longer have to wait for the weekend to get your tournament thrills!
  5. All new Saturday Majors! Come Saturday it’s time to discover a brand new exciting mix of tournaments! Including Omaha, Hyper Turbos, 6 Max and much more. With buy-ins from as little as $1 up $200 and loads of guaranteed prize pools. Heck maybe we should just rename it to Weekend Majors?
  6. Bounty Majors:  We know you’re going to love this one! Fancy pocketing a little extra cash reward every time you knock a player out? Well that’s just what happens in these special tournaments. Buy-ins from just $5 – happy hunting!
  7. Now with Omaha Majors: Yes that’s right Omaha Majors! A real rollercoaster of a ride where everything can change on the turn of a single card. There’s just one question, can you handle it?
  8. WPT Steps Challenge – Here’s a real easy new route for players to qualify for World Poker Tour events. Our new WPT Steps Challenge is a seven-step series of Sit & Go tournaments that allow players to progress from a $1 buy-in Step 1 SNG all the way up to a full-package or seat-only Step 6 for selected WPT events from all over the world!
  9. Tournament Missions –  Yep we’re looking forward to one we can say for sure! We’ve added a number of new missions. Missions give players targets to aim for, challenge them to try new things and improve their game. The aim of Missions is to improve poker skills but there are also great extra rewards for completing them. Information about players opting in or completing the Missions objectives is not visible to other players. Easy, Regular and Hard Missions and a Manchester United VIP experience are available to take on.
  10. Sunday Majors – We’ve listened and made some changes to our highlight of the week the Sunday Majors with what we hope is an emphasis on customer convenience and games to suit players at all levels. What do you think let us know in the comments below!
The brand new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule!

The all new partypoker has introduced a new Sunday tournament schedule. The key changes are the addition of an action-packed fun $10K Super Bounty and a wide range of new low buy-in tournaments featuring the best of the old but also new speed, rebuy, add-on and PLO tournaments – a great Sunday mix if you want to win top prizes and have fun playing tournament poker.

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20 Questions With partypoker Pro Scott Baumstein

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His superhero name would be ”Luckbox Man!”  he likes his Martini’s stirred (controversial) and admits he’s not a great cook. So what would you ask Scott? Here’s another edition of 20 Questions this time around featuring New Yorker Scott Baumstein a respected poker player, commentator, and now partypoker pro player. Amassing a total of $1,187,322 in live tournament earnings, with his best live tournament cash to date being just over $209K, which he pocketed in November of 2012 after taking 2nd place in the Championship Event of The Borgata Fall Poker Open.

We caught up with Mr. Baumstein and asked him some unexpected questions. We were not only surprised by his answers, but thoroughly entertained, as well. We’re sure you will be too.

1) If you could turn a black chip ($100) into a pumpkin chip ($1000) simply by licking it, would you do it?

That’s pretty gross but I might have to for $900. I wouldn’t be getting into the crevices, though. They wash those, right?

 

2) Pizza Delivery or Chinese Take-Out?

Both are good as long as I’m not cooking.

 

 

3) If you could “uninvent” one thing in the world so that it would no longer exist, what would you choose?

Sealed plastic packaging….and HUDs (Heads up Display) and other technology that both takes away from the purity of the game and alienates the casual player

 

4)Tupac or Biggie?

How can I choose?

 

 

 

5)If you were a superhero, what would your name be? What would your costume look like?

Luckbox Man. I would wear a hooded sweatshirt and a cape because capes are cool. And I would always get wherever I was going, And I’d get there quickly (no waiting).

 

6)If you had to spend one weekend alone in a single store but could remove nothing, which store would you pick?

Sleepy’s…or maybe I would geek out and choose the book store.

 

 

8) Shaken or Stirred?

Stirred! A martini is always stirred no matter what Bond will have you believe.

 

 

8) If you could call any living person to ask for poker advice, who would it be?

Probably one of the Heads Up Sit N Go wizards whom I’ve talked strategy with over the years like Bryan Pellegrino, Keith Block, Olivier Busquet, or Max Steinberg.

 
9) Lois Griffin or Marge Simpson?

Definitely Lois Griffin.

 

 

10) If you were given a yacht right now, what would you name it?

Running Deuces.

 

 

11) If you could spend one full year looking for anything in the world, what would you search for?

Directions

 

 

12) Macarena or Chicken Dance?

There’s something about a good chicken dance that always gets me going.

 

 

13) Leper colony or den of lions?

Throw me to the lions!

 

 
14) Would you rather be stranded in a sweltering desert or frozen tundra?

Frozen tundra because a mirage sounds like the ultimate slow roll.

 

 

 

15) If you could go back in time just long enough to tell one person from history off, who would it be, and what would you say?

$@%# you, Darwin! Evolve this!

 

16) What’s your worst personal habit?

My sleep schedule.

 

 

17) What’s your worst poker habit?

Losing patience.

 

 

18) If I challenged you to a duel, what would be your weapon of choice?

Piercing eyes.

 

 

19) Rock, paper, or scissors?

I’m really bad at this game, I’ll just pay for dinner now.

 

 

20) Other than @KimShannon, who’s your favorite person to follow on Twitter?

@JamieKerstetter and @fmlmarvin are pretty humorous. @msalsberg is no longer funny.

 

Bonus – What’s the one thing you’d like the world to know about Scott Baumstein?

I always have it.

We’re sure you do, Scott… We’re sure you do.

 

You can follow Scott Baumstein on Twitter and compete with him on any given day on the tables at partypoker!

8 Gambling Films You Need To See – Plus Brian Koppelman Of Rounders Tells Us His Favourites Too!

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With the recent rumors a foot of Rounders 2 finally happening I thought it would be fun to revisit the time and an old post. A while back I managed to catch up with Brian Koppelman the producer and writer behind such great films as Rounders, Ocean’s Thirteen and Runner Runner to discuss his favorite gambling films:

@PartyPoker Hard Eight. The Sting. The Hustler. Cinci.

— Brian Koppelman (@briankoppelman) June 7, 2013

 

My top 8 Gambling Films in no particular order that I’d recommend: 1 Rounders (1998)

First up let’s get the obvious one out of the way. Yeah yeah. Seriously though here’s some essential viewing for any budding poker player out there. Whilst it initially didn’t receive great reviews at the cinema later on due to the boom of Texas hold ‘em it became quite the cult classic.

A star studded cast with the hero Matt Damon, Edward Norton the friend in need and an all together nasty nasty piece of work John Malkovich make this one well worth studying if you want to go far in poker. Just remember those Oreo’s aint for you.

2 The Cincinnati Kid (1965)

Another classic tale here and this time around we see Steve McQueen playing the role of Eric “The Kid” Stoner. He’s desperate to establish his reputation as being the best poker player the land has ever seen. We join him on his adventures and truly experience the highs and lows of the old poker road.

3 Casino (1995)

Las Vegas, Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Sharon Stone and directed by Martin Scorcese. Things are going to get bad, real bad.

 

 

4 The Hustler (1961)

Sure it isn’t poker but this one deserves to be up there. Staring Paul Newman as “Fast Eddie” Felson a small-time pool hustler with an unquenchable thirst to prove himself as the best player. Sometimes you feel you can’t miss and this is one of them.

 

5 Oceans 11 (2001)

I can already hear it “but it’s not as good as the original…” read below as I got you covered, actually I think my father is the only one who would make such a claim. No matter this is a two-for-one in my opinion, watch the original then this and you’ll see why.

Directed by Steven Soderbergh, action packed right from the get go and an A-List Hollywood cast as long as your arm staring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Andy Garcia, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac, and Elliott Gould make this one a ton of fun.

Bonus - The Original Soundtrack is by David Holmes and well worth a listen.

6 Oceans 11 (1960)

The book was better than the film right? Not always too sure about that one, but the first Oceans 11 is well worth a watch if you’ve not had the chance.

Starring the original Rat Pack with Frank Sinatra as Danny Ocean, watch as he bands together his World War II buddies to pull off the ultimate Las Vegas heist. But dam you know what they say about the best laid plans?

7 The Color of Money (1986)

First up do a quick search for the trailer as they just don’t make trailers like this anymore do they? “PAUL NEWMAN….TOM CRUISE….IN A MARTIN SCORSESE PICTURE….” sit back and enjoy the slick moves by Tom.

 

 

8 The Sting (1973)

Ending on a real high note pardon the pun “The Sting” featured Paul Newman, Robert Redford and that god dam infectious Scott Joplin ragtime ‘Entertainer’ composition. It proved to be hugely successful and ended up being nominated for 10 Oscars and winning an incredible 7. If only I could get that song out of my head…

So What Did I Miss?

How many have you seen? and which did I miss? Let’s hear it! Get it off your chest you’ll feel better. Just like the time I wrote Top 50 Poker Twitter Handles That You Need To Be Following I’d love to hear “WHAT those films suck you dumb a** I can’t believe you missed [insert your favorite film]!!!” Thanks, no really thanks!

Win a Manchester United VIP Experience by Completing This Simple Mission

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Manchester United are one of the biggest football clubs in the world, a club that has some of the most recognisable players on the planet playing for it. And guess what? Some of those players love playing poker. You could be joining some Manchester United stars from past and present at the poker table by completing this special Manchester United Mission.

Your reward….

Complete the four-pronged Manchester United Mission before 23:59 ET on January 26 and your reward – in addition to us thinking you are awesome — will be a seat in an exclusive freeroll where you will play for a VIP trip to Manchester United! Her are the mission’s four objectives.

  1. Play at least 135 hands of tournament poker (Manchester United was founded 135 years ago)
  2. Play 20 multi-table tournaments (Manchester United have won the league on 20 occasions)
  3. Play 11 Sit & Go tournaments (Manchester United have won the FA Cup 11 times)
  4. Knock 99 players out of tournaments (Manchester United won “the treble” in 1999)

Please note that for an elimination to count towards “knock 99 players out of tournaments,” you must be playing in a single table Sit & Go, multi-table Sit & Go or multi-table tournament that has a cash buy-in otherwise it will not be registered. Heads-up games and freerolls are excluded.

Finish top 5! 

Should you managed to complete the mission, you need to keep 14:30ET on February 2, 2014 free because that is the time and date of the Manchester United Mission Freeroll. Finish in the top five places of this freeroll and a $1,500 VIP package is all yours! What’s in this package? We’re glad you asked; take a look below to find out:

  • Two nights’ accommodation
  • Transport, meals and official merchandise
  • Spending money
  • The chance to play in a Sit & Go tournament with Manchester United players

You only have until midnight on January 26 in which to complete all four parts of the mission, so don’t delay, get to work on completing the Manchester United Mission today! We’d love to hear how you plan on completing this mission in the comments below!

5 Common Pre-Flop Mistakes That You Need To Stop Making!

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Some players believe pre-flop play is simple, at least in comparison to post-flop play. However, not only is pre-flop the only street you’re involved with on every hand, a small pre-flop mistake can often lead to more costlier mistakes on the flop, turn or river. Here’s your starter for five…

1) Changing your bet size based on hand strength: Altering your pre-flop bet size is fine, if you’re three-betting from the blinds and going to be out of position you need to charge opponents more to continue. Likewise if there’s a limper in front of you then you need to take that into account. What you don’t want to do is start changing your opening raise sized based on the cards you’re holding. Often you’ll see a player who usually opens to three times the big blind, make it 2.5x or 4x the big blind. It’s likely in the former instance he’s got a big hand – the smaller raise it to ensure action – and in the latter a marginal hand – like a small pair – that he doesn’t want to see a flop with. Don’t make the same mistake.

2) Putting yourself in their shoes: The old maxim ‘play the player not the cards’ rings true here, if a player shoves 12 big blinds from the small blind into your big blind, it’s so tempting to make your decision based on what you’d shove with if you were the small blind, when what you need to do is get inside their head and make a decision based on what they, not you, would do in that spot.

3) Sticking rigidly to a template: Whilst having a default set of hands you raise from each position is a solid starting point there’s a myriad of factors that should make you differ from your default. A simple one involves late position raises. If you’re on the button and you have two tight players to your left you can open more often. On the flip side, if one or both of the players to your left are aggressive or have a shoving stack then lopping off the lower end of your button raising range isn’t a bad idea.

4) Allowing your opponents to play perfectly: Leaving chips on the table when you have a big hand is up there with making a bad call, both cost you chips only you might not even realise that the former is doing just that. For instance if you three-bet with aces and get four-bet, then five betting seems the natural thing to do. However, in doing so you allow your opponent to fold all of his bluffs or hands he thinks are behind your five-betting range. If stacks allow flat calling and allowing your opponent to continue with a weaker range could well be more profitable. Think of it this way, you don’t want to rely on your opponents having to make big mistakes to win big pots.

5) Calling too much from the blinds: It can seem so tempting to flick in the extra chips from the small or big blind, especially in multi-way pots. Not only are the odds compelling but you’re also getting a discount! However, be it in a multi-way pot or versus one opponent most players call too liberally out of the blinds. Winning pots out of position is hard, winning pots out of position without the initiative is even tougher.

The all new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule

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PartyPoker Big Game Season 7 – North Cyprus Episode 1 of 4

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The Big Game heads to the Merit Crystal Cove, North Cyprus where the world’s top players are testing their endurance and their bankroll in one of the most competitive cash games in the poker calendar. Here in its entirety is part 1 of 4 to enjoy:

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partypoker player ‘anjali1986′ Wins the Latest $200K Guaranteed Sunday, Taking Home $43,836.00

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Australia’s Bradley “anjali1986” Bower is $43,836 richer than he was a couple of days ago thanks to him winning the latest edition of the $215 buy-in partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday tournament.

This week saw 1,124 players enter by the time registration ended. Over the next 10 hours, this large crowd of hopefuls were reduced to the nine-handed final table. As play at the final table began, the players lined up as shown in the table below.

partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday Final Table Seat Draw (12/01/2014) Seat Player Chips 1 FergieTime5 421,014 2 pinktacoeater 263,830 3 Pivovich 1,151,585 4 OneOfTheseDays 339,168 5 anjali1986 822,579 6 TheMoist 1,423,349 7 SnipeDonkey 232,290 8 Flushd72 240,583 9 HooodFlatter 707,602

Thirteen is deemed by many to be an unlucky number and it was for SnipeDonkey who crashed out of the tournament during the final table’s 13th hand. TheMoist min-raised to 40,000 from middle position with and next to act was SnipeDonkey who had been dealt . SnipeDonkey, down to 14 big blinds, three-bet all-in and TheMoist called. By the river the board read and SnipeDonkey became the final table’s first casualty.

pinktacoeater lost almost all of his stack – he was left with 3.5 big blinds– when his ace-king couldn’t beat the pocket threes of Flushd72. These went into the middle when he was in the big blind with against the of FergieTime5. An eight on the flop of the board was enough to bust pinktacoeater from the tournament and leave only seven players in the running for the title.

Frantic pace continues

The eliminations continued when TheMoist sent Flushd72 for the proverbial early bath. The action folded around to TheMoist on the button and he moved all-in to give the blinds a decision for all of their chips. Flushd72, in the small blind, called off his 339,666 stack with and when HooodFlatter folded in the big blind, TheMoist revealed his hand – . TheMoist paired his king on the flop and his ten on the river to win the hand and resign Flushd72 to seventh place money, or $5,732.40 to be exact.

Next to go, only two hands later, was OneOfTheseDays. Down to slightly less than 10 big blinds and finding under-the-gun, OneOfTheseDays moved all-in and was called by TheMoist and his dominating from two seats across. Neither player improved on the board, TheMoist winning by the virtue of his ace-kicker.

Five-handed play spanned across 62 hands in something of a contrast to the early stages of the finale. With the blinds at 20,000/40,000/4,000a, Pivovich open-pushed for 208,684 from the small blind with and anjali1986 looked him up with . The flop left Pivovich drawing dead, the turn improving anjali1986 to an unnecessary full house. The completed the board and Pivovich was ejected from the tournament.

Four became three with the elimination of HooodFlatter. Anjali1986 min-raised to 80,000 from the button, HooodFlatter called and the duo saw the first three community cards run out . HooodFlatter initially checked and then check-raised all-in for 469,600 when anjali1986 continued with a 62,750 bet. HoodFlatter showed and was crushed by anjali1986’s . The turn was no help and the quad-completing on the river served only to rub HoodFlatter’s face in it.

FergieTime5 Sent to the Rail

The last remaining three players locked horns for a few orbits before the talented Swede FergieTime5 got unlucky to crash out in third place. FergieTie5’s min-raise to 100,000 from the button was three-bet all-in by TheMoist in the big blind, a bet that FergieTime5 wasted little time in calling. FergieTime5’s was better than the in TheMoist’s hand preflop and it stayed best on the flop. TheMoist went from being a 79% underdog to being a 95% favourite when the landed on the turn because FergieTime5 could only hit an ace or face elimination. And eliminated he was as the splashed down on the river to take the tournament to the heads-up stage.

Honours were almost even going into heads-up, anjali1986 leading TheMoist by 2,987,565 to 2,641,435 chips,but that all changed on the first hand of the one-on-one battle when anjali1986 check-called with on all three streets of the board, to win a pot of more than one million chips thanks to TheMoist being coolered with his .

Anjali1986 managed to pull away and soon ended the contest. The final hand saw TheMoist move all-in for 411,421 in total – blinds 30,000/60,000/6,000a – with and anjali1986 calling with . TheMoist improved to trip nines on the board, but the eagle-eyed among you will no doubt realise that anjali1986’s hand improved to a flush to win the hand and this week’s edition of the partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday.

partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday Final Table Results (12/01/2014) Place Player Prize 1 anjali1986 $43,836.00 2 TheMoist $23,366.80 3 FergieTime5 $14,724.40 4 HooodFlatter $12,746.40 5 Pivovich $10,228.40 6 OneOfTheseDays $7,980.40 7 Flushd72 $5,732.40 8 pinktacoeater $3,709.20 9 SnipeDonkey $2,585.20

Qualifiers for the next $200K Guaranteed Sunday are already running in the partypoker lobby, so get involved and maybe you could who we write about next week.

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Click LIKE And Grow Our Freeroll Prizepool!

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Here’s a twist for you. We’re running a freeroll this Wednesday the 15th of January where you’ll decide the prizepool! Say that again? Yep you’re in charge of the prize pool. All you need to do is head on over to our Facebook page and like the update. Simple as that, every unique like = $1 into the pot. So go spread the word and let’s make this a freeroll to remember!

The partypoker Social Media Freeroll!

If you’ve playing our Sunday Majors Freeroll then you’re up to speed about how these work. This one however is just a standard freeroll with a prize pool decided by you!

The important stuff

When? Wednesday 15th Jan 20:00 GMT

 How much? Free!

What can I win? Your share of the prizepool.

  • Wednesday 15th at 20:00 GMT

It’s already in the lobby, the ID is #107715019 and is open for registration right now so go sign up! Make sure you like our Facebook status to increase the prize-pool and good luck to you all!

To all of you taking part thanks for being our fans and good luck at the virtual felt!

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Mike Sexton Talks Music, You Won’t Believe His Favorite Track!

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It was a lot of fun going thru the list of poker and gambling songs. I agree with the top two songs on the list – “The Gambler” by Kenny Rodgers and “Poker Face” by Lady Ga Ga. I also love “Luck Be a Lady Tonight” by Frank Sinatra and “Viva Las Vegas” by Elvis. Having said that, I personally favor two gambling songs that not a lot of people have ever heard – one of which I wrote. I’ll get to them in a bit.

The Gambler

That’s probably the favorite gambling song of all poker players. I mean, what poker player doesn’t sing along with, “You’ve got to know when to hold’em, know when to fold’em…………………….” And “Poker Face” is the newest and most recognizable song on the list, certainly by younger players.

Old School 

The two songs I really love are about two legends in the poker world, Hall of Famer’s Amarillo Slim and Puggy Pearson. Only a number of old school guys had the privilege of hearing these songs, and locating recordings of these songs today is probably not too easy.

Fond Memories…

In the ’80′s, Amarillo Slim hosted a huge poker tournament (most of the years in Lake Tahoe) called Amarillo Slim’s Super Bowl of Poker. It was a great event and all the top poker players attended. During the tournament, some of the players (with Chip Reese leading the charge) would holler, “Play the song! Play the song!” And they would then play the ‘Amarillo Slim Song’ (and the room would erupt whenever the song was played). The chorus verse was, “Whether playing cards, ping-pong, or shooting baskets in the gym, you don’t mess around with Amarillo Slim.” If anyone out there has a copy of Amarillo Slim’s song, please contact me as I’d love to hear it again, and again, and again.

Quite the artist myself…

Years ago, I wrote a song about Puggy Pearson called, “Puggy Pearson, King of the Gambling World”. It was basically a song about his life story ending with his induction into the Poker Hall of Fame. Puggy loved the song. He was so thankful that I wrote it.

The chorus of the song was: “Pug-gy, Pug-gy Pearson, King of the Gambling World” (and was sung to the theme of the Davy Crockett song – who if you’ve never heard of, you should Google). Here’s an example of a few of the lines of Puggy’s song (and the chorus is sung between every verse):

“Born in a shack in the hills of Tennesse, he was one out of nine in a big family. Dropped out of school when in the 4th grade, and when he was 16, he joined the Navy.”
(Chorus) “Pug-gy, Pug-gy Pearson, King of the Gambling World”.

You learn about his hustling, Navy days, and his venture to Las Vegas. As you learn how good he was at things like poker, pool, and golf, a line in the song comes from an interview about his golf game:

“A reporter once said, How good do you play? ‘I shoot whatever it takes to get the money that day’. Pug-gy, Pug-gy Pearson. King of the Gambling World.”

** Only a number of old school guys are privileged enough to have heard those songs. And I was one of them.

(Ed: couldn’t find the song, but here’s a Puggy memory)

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5 Common Post-Flop Mistakes That Are Costing You Money!

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Whilst it’s true that a small pre-flop mistake can often lead to larger more costlier post-flop mistakes, there’s no denying that post-flop play, with up to three streets to negotiate, is more complex and trickier to master than pre-flop play. With that in mind here’s five common post-flop mistakes that happen all the time at low stakes.

1) Always firing a continuation bet – Just because you’re the pre-flop raiser it doesn’t mean you have to always bet the flop. Not only will players cotton on if you do, but simple maths means it’s impossible for you to have connected every time. However, it’s important to have balance when checking the flop, you need to check both when you’ve missed, when you’ve hit and on those scary boards too when you have air and when you have a draw.

2) Only leading into the pre-flop raiser with marginal hands – If you only ever lead into the pre-flop raiser with marginal hands like second pair – say 8-7 on a Q-7-3 flop – you’ll be incredibly easy to read. Leading into the pre-flop raiser is fine, just make sure you do it with strong hands like sets, semi-bluffs like flush draws, to represent hands that could’ve hit your pre-flop calling range and with your marginal hands and bluffs too.

3) Calling one street and then calling the next regardless when a blank card comes – This is a pretty bad one because it’s easy to file it away in the ‘what else could I do’ section. If you call a raise on the turn thinking you’re good, a blank cards comes on the river and your opponent bets again, the right mentality is not to just call because you called the turn and the river hasn’t changed anything. You now have one more street of information to go on. Don’t just blindly click call.

4) Not having a plan – The flop, turn and river are not independent streets, they’re connected. You need to plan all three post-flop streets on the flop. It can be as simple as, ‘I have a really strong hand, I want to get three streets of value and be all-in on the river, how much do I need to bet on the flop to do that?’ To the quite complicated – “What do I do if he raises the flop, what do I do if the flush comes on the turn? Which turn cards are good/bad/neutral for me?

5) Changing your bet size based on hand strength – It is absolutely fine to change your bet size on the flop/turn/river but it should rarely be done based on the strength of your hand. What you should change it on is the texture of the board. For instance if you have A-K and the flop comes K-7-2 rainbow you can bet smaller than if it comes K-10-9 with two hearts. On the second board you need to charge draws more to continue, on the first board, well there are no draws. And on the first board you want the marginal hands like small pairs, weak sevens and so on to call you so you bet less to accomplish this.

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Pura.vida and Azamat Bagatov Chop the First $200K Guaranteed Sunday of 2014

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The first $200k Guaranteed Sunday tournament of 2014 took place at partypoker on January 5 and what an action-packed event it was. By the time registration was no longer available, 1,205 players had exchanged $215 for 5,000 chips and the chance to win partypoker’s flagship tournament.

The $200K Guaranteed Sunday opened its doors at 18:30 GMT and by 03:53 GMT on Monday morning the dream of becoming the tournament’s champion was over for all but nine players. Usually, the final table is played 10 handed, but last call (11th) and TEECRAMES (10th) busted out during the same hand on the final table bubble, leaving only nine players in the hunt.

partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday Final Table (January 5, 2014) Seat Player Chips 1 Grey Area 764,199 2 evianwater1 543,862 3 BringCabbage 649,366 4 humlan11 438,416 5 pura.vida 1,191,440 6 freebieZ 730,241 7 Azamat Bagatov 766,801 8 *empty* 9 JJanssen1960 619,644 10 Crippledeckz 307,571

pura.veda started the final table as a clear chip leader and on the first hand played he extended that lead further when he flopped a set of eights on a draw heavy board; pura.vida won an additional 367,000 chips in that hand.

Fifty-three hands played out before the first official casualty of the final table was decided. freebieZ min-raised to 50,000 from the hijack seat, JJanssen1960 three-bet to 118,888 on the button, freebieZ jammed all-in for 651,393 in total and JJanssen1960 quickly called. By the river the board read , leaving JJansen1960’s as the best hand, crushing the of freebieZ.

Another 34 hands were completed without a bust out, a fascinating fact considering the aggressive play at the table and the sheer number of all-in bets! Something had to give and it finally did when pura.vida clicked it open to 60,000 from early position and then called when a short-stacked evianwater1 moved all-in for 412,778 from the big blind. It was one of tournament poker’s many coinflips that would settle evianwater1’s fate, his needing to keep ahead of pura.vida’s . Unfortunately for evianwater1, his jacks stayed best on the flop, but the on the turn changed the course of the hand. The river bricked and evianwater1 was eliminated.

It was another coinflip that claimed the tournament life of BringCabbage. Azamat Bagatov min-raised to 60,000 after under-the-gun folded, BringCabbage looked down at in the small blind and he shoved his 387,344 stack into the middle of the virtual felt. Receiving pot odds of 1.52:1 on his money, Azamat Bagatov called with and when the five community cards fell , BringCabbage’s tournament was over.

Next to go, soon after BringCabbage, was JJanssen1960 and it was one of the biggest pots of the tournament. Pura.vida min-raised to 80,000 from under-the-gun, one player folded and JJanssen1960 three-bet to 188,888. Pura.vida moved all-in for over 1.2 million chips and JJanssen called off his 737,199 remaining chips. The latter showed [ and needed to hit against his opponent’s . Neither player improved on the board and the gargantuan 2,224,254 pot slid to pura.vida leaving only five players at the final table.

Five became four a few hands later when Crippledeckz moved all-in for 137,268 – or around 4 big blinds – with , pura.vida called from the small blind and Azamat Bagatov called in the big blind. Both actice players checked the flop. Pura.vida led for 143,934 upon the arrival on the turn and Azamat Bagatov folded. Pura.vida showed for top pair with a flush draw, which left Crippledeckz drawing dead. The inconsequential completed the board and Crippledeckz demise.

The very next hand saw Gray Area bust. Azamat Bagatov was first to act from the small blind he raised all-in, although his effective bet was 200,398as Grey Area was extremely short stacked. Grey Area called and turned over and was a substantial favourite over his opponent’s dominated . The first three community cards came into view – – followed by the then the flush completing on the river sent Grey Area to the rail and left only three players in the $200K Guaranteed Sunday.

humlan11 fought valiantly to claw his way back into contention against the two big stacks, but a cooler hand ended his comeback. Humlan11 opened from the small blind with a raise to 80,000, pura.vida put in a raise of his own to 185,000 only to see humlan11 four-bet to 580,000. Pura.vida had seen enough and tried to end the hand with an all-in bet of 1,782,790 and humlan11 called! Pura.vida flipped over and he was against . A board reading kept pura.vida’s ace-king in front and sent the tournament into the heads-up stage.

Going into heads-up, pura.vida held a 3,158,622 to 2,866,418 chip lead over Azamat Bagatov, although the lead was less than 10 big blinds. “look at the numbers?” asked Azamat Bagatov after the first hand of heads-up play, “yea” came the reply following the next hand, and with that the tournament ended as the players agreed to split the remaining prize pool as shown in the table below.

partypoker $200K Guaranteed Sunday Final Table Results (January 5, 2014) Place Player Prize 1 pura.veda $36,503.98* 2 Azamat Bagatov $35,434.53* 3 humlan11 $15,785.50 4 Grey Area $13,375.50 5 Crippledeckz $10,965.50 6 JJanssen1960 $8,555.50 7 BringCabbage $6,145.50 8 evianwater1 $3,976.50 9 freebieZ $2,771.50 10 TEECRAMES $2,169.00

*denotes a heads-up deal

This Week in Poker Dec 30th – Jan 5th

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This was of course the week we all looked back and said “wow did that really happen in 2013?” here’s a few choice cuts from the poker grill of life….and cheers to 2014….


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5 Tips On Preserving Your Bankroll by Team partypoker Pro Scott Baumstein

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Scott Baumstein talks poker tips and the “golden age of partypoker”

1). How did you get started playing poker and who were some of your mentors?

I started playing small kitchen table (we used a pool table) games with my friends in college at the University of Colorado, Boulder. My biggest influences were definitely Mike Sexton and the WPT on TV which led me to try my hand at some small tournaments in Blackhawk, Colorado after class ($40-$300) and I won outright 3 of the first 5 tournaments I had ever played (things weren’t always that easy). I then opened an account on partypoker in 2004 during what has since been referred to as the “golden age” and played exclusively on partypoker through 2006 until UIGEA.

2). Besides the free drinks, how does playing poker online differ from playing live?

To me, being in the comfort of my own home has to be the biggest advantage of online poker. In terms of the actual game, you can see more hands and play more tables at once creating an unparalleled volume of hands which can’t be matched in the live arena. In live poker, however the stakes are generally greater and you have more information in which to base your decision.

3). Do you have any superstitions or rituals you follow when preparing to play poker tournaments?

I’m not a very superstitious guy, but I would say the single most important thing for me is getting enough sleep. That combined with the a light breakfast and in an ideal world something physical like a quick run.

4). What’s your most memorable New Jersey moment?

The “Snowball Game” Giants vs. Chargers in Giants Stadium 12/23/95…And finishing in 2nd place of the 2012 Borgata Fall Poker Open.

5). Now that New Jersey has joined Nevada, what’s your prediction for the future of online poker in the US?

It’s bright. I think there will be state by state agreements in the near future which will increase the player pools exponentially. I also believe that there will be many more casual players in the U.S than ever before as there is now no grey area with law as well as the deposit/cash out process will be a lot easier.

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Jamie Kerstetter: Give Up The Day Job or Stick At It?

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Who’s The Boss?

Have you considered professional poker as a career? We caught up with partypoker pro Jamie Kerstetter to find out she went from lawyer to grinder. Let us know what you think about ditching the day job for a life of cards in the comments below.

The all new partypoker Sunday tournament schedule

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