I’ve only watched and listened to about 400 Ricky Gervais videos on YouTube (listened because many are from his radio program). After straining my abdominal muscle a few minutes ago, here are just a few of the many, many top ones.
Basically, don’t read anymore or click any of these links unless you are ready to spend about 4-6 hours. Absolutely side-splitting at times. I’m just going to fire out a few of the most recent highlights: Comic Relief Rednose Day, The Mind of Karl Pilkington, Meet Karl Pilkington, Educating Ricky, Seven-Part Politics Show, Ricky Gervais Meets Garry Shandling (47 min.), Meets Christopher Guest (Parts I, II, III, IV, V), Meets Larry David (Parts I, II, III, IV, V). I’m watching some of these as I work, so I’ll come back and add some of the links.
Very good session late night yesterday playing $1/2 NLH 6-max on PokerStars. Up $402 including tables of -$400, -$100, and -$146. I had my first four-table experience where I was up at least a buy-in at each table. The big tables were a bit bizarre, with a couple +$400 pots where the other guy had nothing going on vs. my kings. The -$400 table was particularly brutal as I won no pot bigger than $20 and contributed $45 to $90 to several losing pots. I still don’t know if I should simply leave a table if it is losing or stick it out.
I also don’t know when I’m four-tabling what to do when I have an ultra-aggressive player at one of the table. More specifically, what do you do when one of the players is shoving your top pairs on the flop or overpairs in general. Of course, it all depends, but anyone who’s an experienced multi-tabler, I’d be interested in how you deal with that.