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Talal ShakerchiTalal Shakerchi Poker Spieler Profil. Die aktuellsten Informationen, Gewinne und Galerie. Talal Shakerchi has won 0 bracelets and 0 rings for total earnings of $ See all events where they placed in-the-money. Talal Dan Shakerchi ist ein britischer Investmentmanager und Pokerspieler aus England.
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At WSOP. Dreams are dealt on daily basis. Just playing the PSPC you can sense that feeling that this was special for them The bubble is really important in a poker tournament, that difference between not cashing and cashing should be at least twice the buy-in.
Yeah I think so. I think the PCA generally seems to be pretty successful. I felt a little twinge…. For many people, those amounts can make the difference between having a great year or a poor year and that must create more pressure.
But inevitably people do. Does that mean figuring out ICM calculations goes out of the window? For me, plays that make sense on average in a given situation I can take and variance isn't going to be a problem for me.
So where does this all end? What does a man, who has so much money his only problem is figuring out how best to give it all away, do next?
This is the kind of tournament where all the top pros play, they bring their A game. I expect to play much less online following the recent changes at Stars, where there has been a consistent move towards more luck-based games and worse value for the players, but will still participate in the series where I love the long and deep structures.
I will play until it's no longer fun and challenging. What about ego? The boost comes more from knowing I have done more things correctly beyond my normal rate.
The time I feel worse is when I make bad decisions. Have you been actively studying the game the way a full-time professional might?
TS: The recent run of results is just variance. Can you talk a bit about that incredible win and what it means to you?
Also, how much online poker do you play, and do you enjoy it as much as live poker? But again, variance. I used to play a ton online, mostly to help improve, but now I play less and generally focus on bigger events and Sundays.
CP: Three of your five biggest live cashes have come in the last few months alone, with a fourth-place finish in the Super High Roller Bowl in December and two big scores in massive events at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.
Of the three final tables you made, which would you have most liked to come away with? Both also had big money up top. Can you share your thoughts on the Platinum Pass approach and the tournament in general?
TS: I thought the idea of the event, and the execution, were excellent. The Platinum Passes gave a large number of players a real shot at a dream, and you could sense that in the air.
There was almost a mini-Moneymaker effect and it was interesting that the final table was not packed with pros as many expected.
I hope they do something similar next year. Do you think he made a mistake by calling your shove, seeing as you cold four-bet all-in?
Or, due to the stack size, was it just a situation where he had to call in your eyes, and it just was unlucky for you that he managed to make a flush?
You can watch the full hand in the video below. He probably knows that I almost never have worse than his hand in that situation except against players I have history with but he is getting close to on the call which prices him in unless he thinks I have a particularly tight range.
The fact that the under-the-gun opener, Marc Rivera, was playing fairly tight in that event strengthened my range so perhaps he should have found a fold.