togel online 580 in Livermore, CA offers 15/30 Hold’Em with $3 Drop Today at 7 PM

Beginning today, April 1st 2011 at 7 PM PST, Casino 580, formerly Lucky Buck Card Club, in Livermore, CA will be offering one of the only 15/30 Limit togel online games in the Bay Area of California. The game will go down every Friday at 7 PM throughout the month of April and on into the summer.

What sets this game apart from others that are available in the region is the super low $3 drop, which is almost half as much as the common $5 drops among other games. Furthermore, if you call in to reserve a seat before 7 PM tomorrow, or any subsequent Friday, you will receive a $30 bonus from the house.


Casino 580 is located at 1620 Railroad Ave, Livermore, CA 94551, and the phone number is (925) 455-6144. Don’t miss the opportunity for some low cost, higher stakes action! And don’t forget to call in your seat before 7 PM for your $30 bonus! Cya at the tables!


15/30 Game (with Overs) Continues at Casino 580


Given last Friday’s debut of the brand new 15/30 Hold’Em game at Casino 580 in Livermore, CA was a tremendous success, it will continue tomorrow April 8th starting at 7 PM, and every Friday thereafter.

Last week, the big action, $3 rake (about half of all other 15/30 games in the area), hundreds of dollars in various buy-in, high hand, and quad promotions, and the 93k Bad Beat Jackpot kept the game strong until the wee hours of the morning. This Friday will feature the same exciting promotions, 30/60 Overs, and even more action!


Seats are filling up quickly to take advantage of the buy-in bonus. Reservations for remaining seats are still available for this super cheap, high-limit game. Don’t miss out! See you tonight!


Casino 580 is located at 1620 Railroad Ave, Livermore, CA 94551


Dumb People Believe in Downswings


Dumb People Believe in Downswings


Poker Strategy


The downswing, it’s inevitable, right? Well, it’s inevitable that you can’t win every hand and when you lose more hands than you should over a sample of, say 10,000 hands, the downswing is born.

Here is a picture of a downswing.




Notice the up, up and away start, followed by a tumbling down the mountain of cash you built up. Give me my god damn money, Sklansky.


Here’s the truth – Downswings are not real. They don’t exist. There is no such thing as “being on a downswing”. Every single hand, session, tournament and mark on your graph is completely independent from the last. You’re not in the middle of anything, you’re just playing the game.


I don’t mean that periods don’t exist where winning players lose money. Anyone who plays poker has felt the sickening feeling in their stomach when they just can’t win. And if you look back at your last 100,000 hands, you will see periods (hopefully not many) that could be labeled as downswings. But there is a clear distinction here – it’s in the past. You’re not downswingING, you WERE on a downswing. That has nothing to do with the next hand you’re dealt.


Just play the game, get your money in good, and pray to Yahweh you hold. There is no such thing as being on a roll, running hot, running bad, etc. If someone asks how you’re doing and you say “running red hot” what you actually mean is “I’ve been running red hot.” That could change any hand. Don’t mix the two up.


If you believe in downswings, I found a good way to get out of the funk. Let’s say you just had 5 losing sessions in a row halfway through the month. Everything you won the first 2 weeks is now gone and then some. You’re in the middle of a downswing. You need to shake the bad luck away.


What you need to do is find a quarter, stick with heads or tails, and flip it. This will gauge how bad or good you’re running. The trick is to stop flipping when you’re on an upswing. I usually stop when I get 5 in a row correct. This is because I know I’m running hot, after all 5 in a row is rare which signifies an upswing. And I want my hot streak to continue when I load up the tables, so it’s best to stop in the middle of it. If you try for more than 5 you might start going on another downswing and ruin the streak, rendering the whole process useless.


Or just stop bitching and play the fucking game.


Looking for more information on downswings? Check out the post you tilt too much and believe in downswings from FTR member Jason. #3 is spot on and is explained very well.


Let me know what your opinions are – leave a comment below!



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