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  • mikeyd100
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    Originally posted by Ramon View Post
    Do'nt worry about it my friend . It's okey .

    Good night !!

    All good cheers, have a good day at work

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  • mikeyd100
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    Originally posted by shmeeko69 View Post
    I just thought Matthew Stevens isn't a good example, as he looks like he needs a sh*t!

    Mark Selby and/or Steve Davis would be better, as they don't show much emotion wheter
    they're winning or losing?
    Good call, add Fu to that list too.

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  • Ramon
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    Originally posted by mikeyd100 View Post
    No burning desire.. just a passing comment.
    Do'nt worry about it my friend . It's okey .

    Good night !!

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  • Ramon
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    Originally posted by shmeeko69 View Post
    I just thought Matthew Stevens isn't a good example, as he looks like he needs a sh*t!

    Mark Selby and/or Steve Davis would be better, as they don't show much emotion wheter
    they're winning or losing?
    Good point .

    lol, i'm on my way to work (starting 4:00 AM) and you should see my face.

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  • shmeeko69
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    Originally posted by mikeyd100 View Post
    No burning desire.. just a passing comment.
    I just thought Matthew Stevens isn't a good example, as he looks like he needs a sh*t!

    Mark Selby and/or Steve Davis would be better, as they don't show much emotion wheter
    they're winning or losing?

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  • mikeyd100
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    No burning desire.. just a passing comment.

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  • Ramon
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    Originally posted by mikeyd100 View Post
    I must say I'm with Shmeek on Mr Stevens. He does have a somewhat constipated look on his face at times haha
    looks like you and shmeek , have sum kind of burning desire to have a chat with me. especially when it comes down to poker and faces.
    Better to start a thread in off the topic section though.

    As for now and just for the record, In poker it's about your eyes not your face. the movemnt of your eyes.
    as well as body language and your experience
    Hence, profesoinel poker player wearing zone glasses when they re playing tournaments.

    At the end, it's about what combination you get.
    you get the Royal Flush, you can bet as high as you want and beat the bank.

    It's not beauty contest.

    Poker face eh ..... ??
    Right !!!

    thx.

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  • mikeyd100
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    Originally posted by Ramon View Post
    Good post ??
    I must say I'm with Shmeek on Mr Stevens. He does have a somewhat constipated look on his face at times haha

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  • Ramon
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    Originally posted by shmeeko69 View Post
    Just not a poker face?
    Good post ??

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  • shmeeko69
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    Originally posted by Ramon View Post
    different people, different thoughts.
    Just not a poker face?

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  • Ramon
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    Originally posted by shmeeko69 View Post
    Really? I thought he always looks as if he's ready to burst in to tears.
    different people, different thoughts.

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  • shmeeko69
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    Originally posted by Ramon View Post
    on the Contrary. he looks very relax .
    Really? I thought he always looks as if he's ready to burst in to tears.

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  • Ramon
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    Originally posted by shmeeko69 View Post
    I never though Matthew had the face for poker? Mind you, he always looks stressed!
    on the Contrary. he looks very relax .

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  • crocodile
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    Originally posted by Ramon View Post
    some of snooker players are also very good gamblers.

    Matthew Stevens won 250.000 in a poker tournament few years ago.
    250,000 what?

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  • shmeeko69
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    Originally posted by JimMalone View Post
    I don't place more than two or three bets a year. And I always bet against my favorites.

    I absolutely don't care if I lose the money. Money doesn't make me emotional. The only emotional binding is to my favorite athletes.
    That's a good thing

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