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This week I tracked 23 players - 14 showed profit and 9 had losses. Winners combined for about $94,500, losers for about $150,000.

A few days ago I posted an interview with Isaac Haxton. If you haven't read it yet, CLICK HERE.

Biggest Winner -  Eric2441989!

He won $28,978 after 929 games.

Results by different buy-in level:

  • $5,000: +$23,362 after 21 games
  • $2,000: +$1,325 after 17 games
  • $1,000: +$1,427 after 44 games
  • $500: +$2,732 after 174 games
  • $300: -$4,584 after 163 games
  • $200: +$636 after 278 games
  • $100: +$4,084 after 228 games

Eric2441989 hands (+INFO)

 

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Interview with Isaac Haxton 

Interview with Isaac Haxton

 

Charles Hawk: Why don't you play husng hypers?

Isaac Haxton: I don't think I'm as good as the best regs and 1ks aren't big enough for me to put in the time to improve. If I'm behind pace for SNE later in the year, that might change.

Charles Hawk: Are you familliar with the idea of divisions in husngs?

Isaac Haxton: yeah

Charles Hawk: What's your personal opinion on that? Is it good for the game? Is it fair/ethical?

Isaac Haxton: I haven't given it a whole lot of thought. It's not something I'm interested in participating in personally and it's not something that has interfered in my ability to play the games I want to play.

Isaac Haxton: It doesn't seem unethical to me.

Isaac Haxton: I'm skeptical that it's a beneficial arrangement for the best players. It seems to me that the second tier guys who get protected by/from the best players are getting the better end of the arrangement.

Isaac Haxton: And of course the second tier guys who are not party to these agreements get screwed. But the base case in a king of the hill environment is that people who can't compete with the kings of the hill get screwed.

CoffeeHUD PT4 Outage Resolved 

At this time we recommend that all CoffeeHUD customers who are already using a 4.11.x version of PokerTracker update their PokerTracker to the 4.11.2 version (click here for Mac version). We are also monitoring user feedback for the new 4.11.6 release, and will change our recommendation to that version of PT if it proves to be stable and successful.

PT users who are still using 4.10.9 or older versions of PT who wish to upgrade to a 4.11.x version should exercise caution with that new series of PT releases, as many players have reported new errors with each new release in the 4.11.x series so far. Players who wish to upgrade from 4.10.x (or older) to 4.11.x should do a full manual backup of their PT database prior to updating, as updates to 4.11.x require incompatible alterations to the PT database that make a direct downgrade to 4.10.9 impossible.

The current mainline version of CoffeeHUD, 2.0.2, will not work with PT 4.10.9 or older versions. Current CoffeeHUD 2.0.2 users who need to get a copy of CoffeeHUD 2.0.1 for use with 4.10.9 or older releases should e-mail me their PT4 registration e-mail and 6-digit code (in PT4, go to Help and then About to find this info), and I will activate you for 2.0.1.

zZzTILT vs jungleman12 Part I 

Today we kick off a new series of reviews from zZzTILT: a series of hypers games that he played against Daniel "w00ki3z./jungleman12" Cates! Jungleman plays the highest stakes online, but frequent HUSNG.com readers already know this from his frequent appearances on our High Stakes Rail reports. Peer inside zZz's thought process as he explains his decisions two-tabling this master of heads-up poker.

As many have already learned first-hand, zZz's last premium pack, Crushing Regs: The Way To Beat Tough Opponents, is all about teaching how to play against the best.

Faarcyde: Exploiting A Static Opponent In Hypers Part V 

Here is the final chapter in Faarcyde's series of reviews of his games against the same opponent played at $35 hyper turbos on FullTilt. Faarcyde's goal with these videos has been to demonstrate the adjustments he makes against this kind of opponent to exploit his passive and tight tendencies. As the two games reviewed in this video are at the end of their series against each other, Faarcyde's opponent does also show adjustments of his own. Faarcyde continues to explain the deliberation behind his decisions and comment on his opponent's decisions.

Here are also the first four vids in this series:

Part I

Part II

Part III

Part IV

 
 
 
 

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