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Bandits and Biatches

In 2005, I started a thread at twoplustwo where regulars posted the players to whom they won and lost the most. After a few million hands on the Winning Poker Network, here are my top three Bandits and Biatches.

Bandits:

1. Heavypaella (This guy has been destroying me at an alarming pace.)
2. QIGONG
3. Oscarmck

Biatches:

1. phillypie
2. n0ts0graci0us1ndefeat
3. mbolt1 (I ran like god against poor Matt.)

I have guys I’ve won/lost more to from bigger stakes, but these are the players against whom I’ve put in significant volume at the micros.

As true to the poker experience, I’m aware of the players who have been beating on me…bothers me during play. However, I had no idea I was crushing the players in my Biatches list.

I’ve check with other players to see the winrate of these players. The Bandits are worse than I have them, and the Biatches are better. I have a few hundred thousand hands on some of these guys. So, it’s interesting how a sample that large will vary someone’s winrate in your database, based on how things have gone against you. Guess that just makes sense.

Bandits: Please lay off me. I have mouths to feed.

Biatches: please consider donating at a faster pace.

:)

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    In 2005, I started a thread at twoplustwo where regulars posted the players to whom they won and lost the most. After a few million hands on the Winning Poker Network, here are my top three Bandits and Biatches.

    Bandits:

    1. Heavypaella (This guy has been destroying me at an alarming pace.)
    2. QIGONG
    3. Oscarmck

    Biatches:

    1. phillypie
    2. n0ts0graci0us1ndefeat
    3. mbolt1 (I ran like god against poor Matt.)

    I have guys I’ve won/lost more to from bigger stakes, but these are the players against whom I’ve put in significant volume at the micros.

    As true to the poker experience, I’m aware of the players who have been beating on me…bothers me during play. However, I had no idea I was crushing the players in my Biatches list.

    I’ve check with other players to see the winrate of these players. The Bandits are worse than I have them, and the Biatches are better. I have a few hundred thousand hands on some of these guys. So, it’s interesting how a sample that large will vary someone’s winrate in your database, based on how things have gone against you. Guess that just makes sense.

    Bandits: Please lay off me. I have mouths to feed.

    Biatches: please consider donating at a faster pace.

    :)

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