Cake Poker Daily $800 PLO/8 Guaranteed (3,000 chips)
Tried this for a lark. First online cash play since Friday.
My first hand was T♣J♣6♥Q♦ as UTG in ten players at 10/20. I raised to 45 and there were three callers. Flop was J♠J♦7♠ making me a set, and I half-potted to 105. One call. 3♥ on the turn, I bet the pot (420) and got a call. 2♥ for the river, we both checked, my set was the high hand and the other guy got a low. Most of the money in the pot belonged to us, so we only made a 60 chip profit.
Got 5♠J♠4♣6♣ on the big blind. UTG raised to 70 and got three calls. SB re-raised to 440. I called and everyone already in the hand stayed in, so there were six players to the see the A♣8♥7♥ flop. I had a low straight draw, when SB went all-in for 2,540 I called. UTG went all-in for less than the bet, UTG1 called, there was a fold, and BTN was all-in for another 10 chips. I called and UTG1 called. Turn was J♣, which didn’t do much of anything for me, but UTG1 raised his last 70 chips and I called with mine (he’d been the low I split the pot in the last hand). BTN showed A♠K♠6♥5♣ for a pair of aces and one of my straight draws. SB had 3♠A♦J♥T♦ for aces and jacks and an inside straight draw to the Jx. Things were looking grim for any real hand for me. UTG, with 3♥Q♠K♣Q♥ had to hope for a Tx to make Broadway to win. UTG2 had 9♣Q♣T♣K♥ to fill in the gap between the nut straight. The river was 4♥. Amazingly enough, I had a low hand with A♣4♦5♠6♣7♥ and took back my 70 chips from the last round of betting. BTN had the same low, and we split the rest of the low pots, with me taking a total of 3,905.
The fourth hand, I picked up Q♣A♣5♣3♠. I raised to 70 from BTN, SB re-raised to 120, UTG2 three-bet 460. Both SB and I called. 8♣2♦T♣ on the flop gave me the nut flush draw. I potted it to 1410, SB called for less, UTG2 went all-in for more than 5,500 and I called all-in. SB had J♦7♠6♦A♦ for not much of anything, UTG2 showed 4♣8♠A♠2♣ for two pair. The turn and river were unclubbed: Q♥K♠, turning SB’s not much into Broadway. He got the main pot of 5,130; the two-pair took 4,210 (a good bit less than he’d started the hand with, but then I got nothing).
5 minutes, 4 hands. First player of thirty permanently out because I refuse to rebuy.