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Yesterday I was on Bodog playing a few double-or-nothing SNGs. In case you haven't ever tried this format, it's simple: You pay, say, $10 to enter, along with nine other people. You play until five have been eliminated. The remaining five all get $20. There is no extra bonus for having the most chips when the game ends. It's double or nothing, literally.
I assume it is pure coincidence that two profiles of Gary Johnson have appeared in the poker media within the last 48 hours. But it's a nice coincidence. Go read them.
I usually play two tournaments at a time online, either MTTs or single-table SNGs.
Mere minutes after I had completed the previous post I had a hand that I thought I would go back and add to it. I took this screen shot of the flop:
Even before Black Friday, those in the know were warning that online poker sites were being forced to turn to ever-shadier payment processors, as more reliable ones were either forcibly shut down or voluntarily stopped doing service for U.S.-facing sites.
Very Josie is at it again, causing more controversy in a recent tournament at Foxwoods. The details of the story are too long to summarize, and I don't want to just copy her entire post here, so before you read my breakdown of what went wrong and what should have happened, go read her narrative here. Of course, you don't have to, but if you don't, my comments probably won't make a lot of sense. Your call.