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Old 04-02-2008, 06:08 AM
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Default Sick! Allen Cunningham is 16-Tabling 2/4NL on Full Tilt

There is a sea of red in the NL cash tables on Full Tilt. Cunningham is very active tonight. Pretty sick!

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u turned on?
dont bother responding i kno you only got one hand free

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wow thats nuts, 16 tables and he has $500+ at all of them
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Yeah, I just checked it out too. That is friggin nuts.

He has to be timing out on some hands, or makin SOME bad plays. There's no way any one dude could play 16 tables competently.
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Yeah, I just checked it out too. That is friggin nuts.

He has to be timing out on some hands, or makin SOME bad plays. There's no way any one dude could play 16 tables competently.
I doubt that's true as tight/solid as he plays.

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I doubt that's true as tight/solid as he plays.
don't know about 16 tabling but i heard Howard Lederer talking about a hand he played with Cunningham.

Howard had 35 suited, Phil Ivey limped so does Howard and Cunningham from the button calls. the flop comes 246 rainbow, Ivey leads out, Howard raises and Cunningham flat calls, Ivey folds.

the turn is a Queen n Howard checks, Cunningham checks behind, the river comes a 2 pairing the board. Howard checks (he said there was $25,000 in the pot at this point) Cunningham bets $10,000 with pocket 4's.

he didn't finish the story, so i don't know if he flat called or not, i assume so but he goes on to say "how can he check the turn?" he was amazed with Cunninghams play and latter talked to him about the hand.

Cunningham said he "checked for value." he thought he would only get called by a set or straight and he could only beat a set of duces.

I heard this on poker after dark, Howard tells it better, it was a great story.

 


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