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Thursday, February 4, 2010

Celeb Poker - $199 Free No Deposit Bonus

February 04, 2010 2
Celeb PokerCeleb Poker now has a no deposit bonus! The Celeb Poker $199 No Deposit Bonus. Celeb poker has never offered a no deposit poker bonus before. To be eligible you have to be 18, never played at Celeb Poker before and not be from one of the ineligible countries listed below. Note, if you are from one of the banned countries, you are still eligble to receive $180 in bonus money and 100 CPPs to buy in for a total of $2000 in free tournaments.

Once signed up, you will get $19 free money to start with. After having reached 2500 CelebPoker Points, you will get another $30, after 5000 points you will receive another $40, after 7500 points another $50 and at 10000 points you will receive an amazing $60. That makes $199 free money in total!

Celeb Poker - $199 Free No Deposit Bonus
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Players from these banned countries will receive $180 in bonus money and 100 CPPs to buy in for a total of $2000 in free tournaments. Players from these countries can not complete step 4 and 5 of the registration process. For players from these countries, rewards will be issued into the poker account automatically within 72 hours.

Sign-up Instructions
Step 1: If you have ever visited the Celeb Poker website, delete your cookies and uninstall all Celeb Poker software before continuing! Make sure your browser accepts all cookies! If your Security or Privacy level in your browser is set too high, it may block the (perfectly harmless) cookies that need to be set to track you properly!
Step 2: Register with CelebPokerMoney via this link
Step 3: Complete the 5 Steps (Make sure to enter bonus code CPM446 on signup)
Step 4: When you get your money (within 72 hours), you're ready to start playing!

Don't forget to use bonus code : CPM446

If you do not receive your bonus after 3 days, please e-mail support@celebpokermoney.com
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Monday, February 1, 2010

Pokerstar's Sunday Football Tournament

February 01, 2010 2
I just played in one of the Pokerstar's Sunday Football Tournaments. Free entry with a reload deposit. It was A $11 buy-in and 5118 entrants and $51,180 prize pool. On top of that the winner receives 2 foot ball tickets to the biggest game on earth and $1000 for travel expenses.

Nice Flop

I picked up some huge hands early on and was 2nd place in chips for most of the tournament. I bullied a lot of the table with my big stack and by the time they called I could take a hit to my stack or I had a good hand! Like in this hand, this guy finally took a stand with J9 suited but I had pocket rockets!

AcesNice Flop2Flopped Flush

Then I have problems with my wireless internet connection, it kept cutting out every 2minutes for 40 seconds. I think the card was overheating so I'm trying to cool it down by blowing on it. That didn't help much. On 2nd break, I unplug the computer and take directly to internet router and try to plug it in but it doesn't work, break is over and continue to use wireless. It's working a little better..

With about 200 players remaining, I lose a coin flip, AK vs QQ. Then I win a big pot when I double up with 99 vs. AK. On third break, I clicked reset "repair internet conection" or something like that and now my wireless doesn't work either! I have something like 120k chips, in a good spot, blinds at 4k/8k. I turn off router and internet, it takes 15 minutes to get it working again..At this point I'm so mad because I had a good chance at a few thousand, if not 9k and 2 football tickets. When I log back in I have just over 16,000 chips. I triple up to 50k and next hand I pick up AJ. I go all in and instantly get called by QQ and I don't hit. If I win that hand, I'd have $125k and be in a good spot to win it.

99 Vs. AKKnockout Hand

So, I'm not really happy with 56th place for $84.44 when 7th place broke the $1k mark..But it was nice to play because I haven't played in a while. Maybe next time.

Anyway, here are 3 interesting hands:

First hand, two guys are always limping in so I go for the squeeze play with Ace 6 suited. I raise pretty big too, to 900 when they limped in for 200. They both call and I hit a nice flop! I go for a small continuation bet of 1200 hoping they reraise. I get 1 caller. Great turn card and I bet 2500 he goes all in with just a gut shot.

PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, 11 Tournament, 100/200 Blinds (9 handed)

saw flop | saw showdown

UTG (t1225)
UTG+1 (t5275)
MP1 (t1757)
MP2 (t4630)
MP3 (t2910)
CO (t8390)
Button (t3500)
SB (t1800)
David (BB) (t12760)

David's M: 42.53

Preflop: David is BB with AHeart, 6Heart
1 fold, UTG+1 calls t200, 3 folds, CO calls t200, 2 folds, David bets t900, UTG+1 calls t700, CO calls t700

Flop: (t2800) Jclub, Aclub, ASpade (3 players)
David bets t1200, 1 fold, CO calls t1200

Turn: (t5200) 9Heart (2 players)
David bets t2500, CO raises to t6200, David raises to t9900, CO calls t90 (All-In)

River: (t17780) 7club (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: t17780
Main pot: t17780 between CO and David, won by David

David had AHeart, 6Heart (three of a kind, Aces).
CO had KSpade, QHeart (one pair, Aces).
Outcome: David won t17780


I just won the last two pots by raising 1800 and I do it again with KQ suited. I get called this time and he bets out into me on the flop. I hit top pair of queens, great flop. I call because I have position, it's possible he has a better hand than me and I want to see what he does on the turn. On the turn he checks so I check to for pot control, I don't really want to bet and get check raised all in. And if I check the turn he may think I think I'm a lot weaker than I am. On the river he bets out 3000 and there is no reason for me to go all in because he's usually only calling with a better hand.

PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, 11 Tournament, 300/600 Blinds 50 Ante (9 handed)

saw flop | saw showdown

MP1 (t7995)
MP2 (t4476)
MP3 (t15723)
CO (t1280)
Button (t6985)
SB (t14866)
BB (t6160)
UTG (t19464)
David (UTG+1) (t34450)

David's M: 25.52

Preflop: David is UTG+1 with KSpade, QSpade
1 fold, David bets t1800, 5 folds, SB calls t1500, 1 fold

Flop: (t4650) 6club, QHeart, 9Spade (2 players)
SB bets t2400, David calls t2400

Turn: (t9450) 8Spade (2 players)
SB checks, David checks

River: (t9450) 5Heart (2 players)
SB bets t3000, David calls t3000

Total pot: t15450
Main pot: t15450 between SB and David, won by David

SB had AHeart, Jclub (high card, Ace).
David had KSpade, QSpade (one pair, Queens).
Outcome: David won t15450


Here's another interesting hand. I should have check raised all in on the flop..Maybe he would have folded.

PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, 11 Tournament, 1000/2000 Blinds 200 Ante (8 handed)

saw flop | saw showdown

UTG (t19647)
UTG+1 (t21310)
MP1 (t27677)
MP2 (t51148)
CO (t25920)
Button (t28734)
SB (t35128)
David (BB) (t77265)

David's M: 16.80

Preflop: David is BB with 5Diamond, 4Spade
2 folds, MP1 bets t5000, 4 folds, David calls t3000

Flop: (t12600) 7Diamond, QHeart, 4Heart (2 players)
David checks, MP1 bets t6000, David raises to t14000, MP1 raises to t22477 (All-In), David calls t8477

Turn: (t57554) ADiamond (2 players, 1 all-in)

River: (t57554) 3club (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: t57554
Main pot: t57554 between MP1 and David, shared by MP1 and David (t28777)

David had 5Diamond, 4Spade (one pair, fours).
MP1 had 5club, 4club (one pair, fours).
Outcome: David won t28777, MP1 won t28777

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