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Victim of Skrill Account Compromise Receives Favorable Decision 

13 Months of Hard Work Pays Off

On May 30th, 2013, twoplustwo user "andyfothershops" logged into his Skrill/Moneybookers account and found that $4,000 USD was missing. After talking with Skrill and looking at all of his accounts, he determined the following:

- The money was taken on May 27th, 2013.

- His Skrill password was not changed.

- There were no failed login attempts, as the attackers succeeded on their first attempt.

- His previous withdrawal was cancelled and a 4k withdrawal was sent to a different Skrill account (presumably the thief's account).

- His email inbox was bombarded with randomly generated emails and he did not notice any withdrawl emails because of this.

- His email was not breached, and both his Skrill account and email account had strong passwords. Only his Skrill account appeared to be breached, and it appeared the thief had his password. He has no explanation for this other than the thief having some sort of a password list.

- An IP traceroute showed that his Skrill account was accessed from an IP that had previously been used by a defunct lawyer's office in Belfast. Andyfothershops lives in Manchester.

- Although he had been looking to order the Skrill RSA security token generator, at the time he did not have this protection on his Skrill account due to the web page that offered it not being accessible.

This week I tracked 20 players - 11 showed profit, 6 had losses and 3 were break-even. Winners combined for about $115,000, losers for only ~$28,000. Adam "v2the3/vtothe3" Sykes played biggest sample - 1373 games.

If you haven't read the interview with $300 reg IKSecret which I posted 2 days ago: CLICK HERE

Daniel "mrGR33N13" Colman Won WSOP One Drop for $15,3 Million!

Daniel's controversy regarding not talking to the media covered here.

Daniel Negreanu about Colman's game:

What makes him tough is he is very good at playing flops. If you want to be a good poker player, preflop poker is not where it's at. He plays lots of flops, he's very careful. Think boxer-wise. He had his guard up and threw a lot of little jabs, then when someone would open up, he'd throw the knockout punch.

Biggest Winner - Adam "v2the3/vtothe3" Sykes (+$42,700 after 1373 games)!

Case Keefer Expands On His Reasons For Writing the Article

After Dan Colman's One Drop MTT win, Case Keefer wrote an article about Dan that caused a lot of controversy in the poker community. Some labeled it an attack, others claimed it was unfair, and still others supported the article. Case is a sports writer for the Las Vegas Sun News, and consistently covers poker, UFC and all things gambling.

Recently, Case Keefer answered a few questions in an email exchange with HUSNG.com's RyPac13.

RyPac13: Were you surprised by the response to your article?

Interview with $300 reg IKSecret 

Full Name: Arturs Kurnajevs

Limit: $300 Hyper Turbo

Age: 26

Country: Latvia

Hobbies: Gym, kickboxing, riding street motorcycle, beach volleyball in summer, playing xbox w/ friends

How have you been playing poker professionally? What are your main strengths and weaknesses?

My name is Arturs Kurnajevs. I am 26 years old, from Riga, Latvia.

Hobbies - gym, kickboxing, riding street motorcycle, beach volleyball in summer, playing xbox w/ friends

I've been playing poker professionally for 5 years now. My main strengths are that I don't stop improving and have a good math understanding, and weaknesses are that I can get bored and play worse at the end of long sessions when playing fish only.

How many hours on average do you play poker?

I try to play 6-9 hours a day 6 days a week on average.

Will Tipton Video Pack 2 - Solving Poker 

Will Tipton's Solving Poker With IPython And Fictitious Play

Anyone who has read Expert Heads Up No Limit Holdem knows that there is tons to learn from solving model games and analyzing the GTO strategies that result. The ability to solve large poker games was directly responsible for many of the insights in EHUNL and set it apart from poker advice available elsewhere. Unfortunately, this sort of work involves large computations, and software to perform these calculations was not publicly accessible -- until now.

This video series will walk you through the development of computer code to solve for maximally exploitative and equilibrium strategies of arbitrary HUNL decision trees, to visualize the trees, and to investigate the resulting strategies and the EVs of playing them. You will learn to leverage the powerful but user-friendly iPython (interactive python) programming enviroment and create a tool that allows you to perform many of the calculations described in the books. Moreover, in learning how to build it rather than how to use a pre-existing software package, you will gain the understanding necessary to go beyond published work and to perform game theoretic studies of your own imagination. It's an exciting time to be a poker player.

 

 
 
 
 

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