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This week I tracked 24 players - 10 showed profit, 7 had losses and even 7 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$160,000, losers for ~$47,000.

A few days ago I posted an interview with Karliz/coixdog: CLICK HERE. Two hand packs posted last week: CLICK HERE and HERE

Daniel 'w00ki3z./jungleman12' Cates Won The Most

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Interview with Karliz / coixdog 

Charles Hawk: When did you start playing poker? What have you tried before HUSNGs? How did that go?

Karliz / coixdog: I think I started playing online when I was like 16 and played pretty much everything except HUSNGs. Mostly MTTs, cash and random SNGs. I was pretty much breaking even and not making much money, until I won $5000 in a $10 tournament, then lost half of it the next week playing HU cash. I then mostly played HU cash and DoNs until I moved to Betfair and started playing $30 HUSNGs, and discovered it was pretty soft and the rake wasn't as bad as in HU cash.

Charles Hawk: What, at the very beginning, was the hardest to learn to be able to climb the limits in HUSNGs?

Karliz / coixdog: My biggest problem was probably volume. I one-tabled for the longest time and a good day for me was 30-40sngs. I was too afraid to lose my profit that I earned that day. I also didn't move up as quickly as I should have, because I always assumed that the guys who play a stake higher were great until I moved up to their stakes just to discover they were just slightly better than regs at my old stakes.

Charles Hawk: Did you have problems with tilt, discipline and motivation when you started playing profesionally? How did you solve these problems (maybe there are some problems even now)?

zZzTILT vs jungleman12 Part IV 

We now bring you part four of this series of two-table hypers by zZzTILT played against Daniel "w00ki3z./jungleman12" Cates. Here also are parts one, two and three.

In addition to the many free videos that zZz has produced, he has also produced a pair of premium instructional video packs. The last of the two, called Crushing Regs: The Way To Beat Tough Opponents, contains over six hours of instructional material focused entirely on how to play against the hardest heads-up opponents. More information on this instructional video pack can be found here.

Ph33roX Leakfinder #8 - $20 Hyper Turbos (Part II) 

With this video, we continue with the second half of the last installment in Ph33roX's leakfinder series. Ph33roX's leakfinders are reviews for his students aimed at improving their play, and this one is a review of a game played at the $20 hypers on Merge Network. The first part of this leakfinder can be found here.

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This week I tracked 23 players - 13 showed profit, 7 had losses and 3 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$143,000, losers for ~$49,000.

A few days ago I posted an interview with with Derek Leach (HUSNG and MTT professional): CLICK HERE

Richard "chadders0" Chadwick Won The Most!

He won $28,450 after 1135 games. If you haven't read my interview with him about ending $1000 shots: CLICK HERE

Results by different buy-in:

  • $1,000: +$16,796 after 266 games
  • $500: +$14,464 after 644 games
  • $300: -$1,604 after 94 games
  • $200: -$1,380 after 119 games
  • $100: +$173 after 12 games

Adam "v2the3/vtothe3" Sykes - Second Best

He won $28,653 after 555 games.

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