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Flop Turn River’s Gauntlet ran this Sunday on 11/4 for game 11. If you are not sure what the Gauntlet is, be sure to click on the word “Gauntlet” to find out and register. Basically, it is FTR’s own private league where we donk around and have fun. You will see in a lot of the hand histories there is some bashing/talking, and that’s because we all know each other and have a good time. If you haven’t already, register and play with us next game. After reading the summary, make sure to see who won this games award for “lol cooleraments” which will be the cooler of the night, “wtf was he thinking” which will be the questionable play of the night, along with “donk of the night” which will be the worst beat.

It was the battle of the unbeaten on Sunday the 4th. Not in the gauntlet, but in the NFL. Yes the Colts/Patriots game was at the same time as the Gauntlet, which I am assuming had a lot to do with the low turnout. It was the lowest attendance so far, with only 15 people showing up. Before we get to the tournament, let’s look at the top 10 before this event took place and the change in position from the prior week (if any):

FTR Name – GP – Points / Week Change
Jimmy Mac – 6 – 489.07 / 0
givememyleg – 7 – 403.64 / +1
Alexos – 7 – 374.32 / -1
bigred – 6 – 365.11 / 0
kmind – 5 – 362.11 / 0
ackthecat – 6 – 320.86 / 0
Bender50 – 5 – 279.26 / +5
badgers – 4 – 264.92 / -1
Shifubowa – 6 – 262.65 / -1
Mirage – 5 – 254.32 / -1

I know there is a total of 12 games everyone gets to play, but I already think it is over. As long as Jimmy Mac makes sure to play his final 6 games I don’t think anyone will be able to pass him. He is a complete animal this season, he has two wins, a second, and a 4th place finish out of 6 games. Very impressive. I (givememyleg) am in 2nd place, but am no where near Jimmy Mac because JM has an extra game and almost 90 points on me. Also notice Bender50’s big jump up with his 3rd place finish last week. Well, let’s get to the action.

With only 15 people playing, both tables started shorter than usual and quickly would become shorthanded. 5-6 handed play is much different than full ring and I think it awarded more experienced people. The action began with C2Knuckles playing absolutely crazy, raising and re-raising everywhere. Here is an example of his UTG raising range:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to givememyleg [5h Kc]
kemikar said, “kill pot”
C2Knuckles said, “what a bully”
C2Knuckles: raises 50 to 70
Isopbc: folds
givememyleg: folds
Warpe: folds
kemikar: folds
DCMirage: folds
Anosmic: calls 60
fimanoid: folds
*** FLOP *** [Jc 7s 7d]
Anosmic: checks
C2Knuckles: bets 120
Anosmic: folds
C2Knuckles collected 160 from pot
C2Knuckles: shows [2s 7h] (three of a kind, Sevens)
givememyleg said, “lolz”

He sure does flop good! Speaking of aggressive, bigspenda73 (LolTrappedU on Stars) was being very active. In fact, he won the first 4/5 pots and quickly became the chip leader. Everyone was giving this guy waaaaaay too much respect (NITS!) and he wasn’t on my table, or else I would have started playing back much more liberally. 10 minutes in he already had over 2,000 chips without showing down any hand. Here is just an example of his dominating the table:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
efil4elbmow: folds
BeeJall: folds
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: raises 60 to 80
LolTrappedU: calls 80
ackthecat: folds
Phew72: folds
*** FLOP *** [Kc 3c Ac]
Shifubowa: checks
LolTrappedU: bets 140
Shifubowa: folds
LolTrappedU collected 190 from pot
LolTrappedU: shows [8d 7d] (high card Ace)

Speaking of aggressive, the first casualty was someone I mentioned earlier, C2Knuckles. I think he had to go watch the NE/Indi game based on his table chat, and notice his raising amount gave away his hand (he previously re-raised to 666 with pocket 6s as well):

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to givememyleg [Jd 8d]
Isopbc: raises 60 to 80
givememyleg: folds
Warpe: folds
kemikar: folds
DCMirage: folds
Anosmic: folds
fimanoid: folds
C2Knuckles: raises 697 to 777
C2Knuckles said, “i gotta go soon”
C2Knuckles said, “shove”
givememyleg said, “doooo it”
Isopbc: raises 997 to 1774 and is all-in
C2Knuckles: calls 895 and is all-in
givememyleg said, “lol”
*** FLOP *** [Ks 3s Jh]
*** TURN *** [Ks 3s Jh] [Qd]
*** RIVER *** [Ks 3s Jh Qd] [4s]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
C2Knuckles: shows [7d 7h] (a pair of Sevens)
Isopbc: shows [Ad Qs] (a pair of Queens)
C2Knuckles said, “gg”
givememyleg said, “gg”
Isopbc said, “gg”
Isopbc collected 3354 from pot

From then on it seemed as if the players just started dropping like flies. Here was a questionable flop check/raise by Phew72 and questionable preflop play by Shifubowa:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
LolTrappedU said, “not really”
efil4elbmow: folds
BeeJall: folds
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: raises 90 to 120
LolTrappedU: folds
ackthecat: folds
LolTrappedU said, “56 is gross there”
ackthecat said, “flush”
Phew72: raises 180 to 300
Shifubowa: calls 180
*** FLOP *** [Ts 6c Ac]
Phew72: checks
Shifubowa: bets 390
Phew72: raises 480 to 870 and is all-in
Shifubowa: calls 480
*** TURN *** [Ts 6c Ac] [4s]
*** RIVER *** [Ts 6c Ac 4s] [Qd]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Phew72: shows [Js Jh] (a pair of Jacks)
Shifubowa: shows [8c Ah] (a pair of Aces)
Phew72 said, “nh”
Shifubowa collected 2355 from pot

That sent Phew on the rail in 14th place and gave Shif the early chip lead, which is something he would not give up. Yes from then on Shifubowa started dominating the tournament with his insane luckbox and very aggressive style. This guy just didn’t like folding hands, which is what biondino (efil4elbmow on Stars) would find out:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: calls 50
LolTrappedU: folds
ackthecat: folds
efil4elbmow: calls 25
BeeJall: checks
*** FLOP *** [6s Qd 6d]
efil4elbmow: checks
BeeJall: checks
Shifubowa: bets 150
efil4elbmow: raises 300 to 450
BeeJall: folds
Shifubowa: raises 2370 to 2820 and is all-in
efil4elbmow: calls 545 and is all-in
*** TURN *** [6s Qd 6d] [6c]
*** RIVER *** [6s Qd 6d 6c] [8h]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
efil4elbmow: shows [7d Td] (three of a kind, Sixes)
Shifubowa: shows [5c 5s] (a full house, Sixes full of Fives)
Shifubowa collected 2140 from pot

Biondino was actually the favorite on the flop in that hand, but Shif can’t lose. Speaking of aggressive play, FTR veteran and the oldest active member (old man!) would always keep the pressure on, this time not believing losttrem:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
ackthecat: folds
Warpe: raises 100 to 150
losttrem: calls 150
Shifubowa: folds
LolTrappedU: folds
*** FLOP *** [4s 9h 5h]
Warpe: bets 250
losttrem: raises 350 to 600
Warpe: raises 1010 to 1610 and is all-in
losttrem: folds
Warpe collected 1575 from pot
Warpe: doesn’t show hand

But alas, Warpe tried to go up against the almighty Shif in what was the biggest pot of the tournament so far. With 11 remaining Shif and Warpe were 1 and 2 in chip counts, and this hand came up:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
ackthecat: folds
Warpe: raises 100 to 150
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: raises 350 to 500
LolTrappedU: folds
Warpe: raises 1885 to 2385 and is all-in
Shifubowa: calls 1885
*** FLOP *** [7h 6c 9h]
*** TURN *** [7h 6c 9h] [8d]
*** RIVER *** [7h 6c 9h 8d] [Kh]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Shifubowa: shows [Ac Kc] (a pair of Kings)
Warpe: shows [Qd Qc] (a pair of Queens)
Shifubowa collected 4820 from pot

The classic QQ v AKs, this time RiverStars came through for Shif and sent Warpe packing in 11th place. With 10 remaining we were on the final table bubble and only 5 players on each table. It didn’t take long for the final victim in a battle of the short stacks:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
LolTrappedU: folds
ackthecat: raises 100 to 200
Anosmic: raises 273 to 473 and is all-in
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: folds
ackthecat: calls 273
*** FLOP *** [3s Jh Kh]
*** TURN *** [3s Jh Kh] [5s]
*** RIVER *** [3s Jh Kh 5s] [Qd]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
ackthecat: shows [As Ts] (a straight, Ten to Ace)
Anosmic: shows [Jc Js] (three of a kind, Jacks)
ackthecat collected 1096 from pot

It isn’t everyday you flop a set and still lose, but it was so for Anosmic. Good thing he won’t be able to smell that 10th place finish, because I bet it doesn’t smell very well at all.

Going into the final table, Shifubowa was the dominating leader with nearly 3x as much as anyone else at 7225, kemikar was in 2nd with 2615, and a close 3rd was losttrem with 2550.

There are a couple of things I can say to describe the hand that sent ackthecat home in 9th place, but I will chose “huh?!?!” Either Shif is a superuser or made this play at the perfect time:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to givememyleg [Jd 5h]
ackthecat: raises 100 to 200
kemikar: folds
DCMirage: folds
losttrem: folds
fimanoid: folds
Shifubowa: raises 300 to 500
Isopbc: folds
LolTrappedU: folds
givememyleg: folds
ackthecat: calls 300
*** FLOP *** [2d Td Kc]
ackthecat: checks
Shifubowa: checks
*** TURN *** [2d Td Kc] [8d]
ackthecat: bets 400
Shifubowa: raises 600 to 1000
ackthecat: calls 533 and is all-in
*** RIVER *** [2d Td Kc 8d] [Ts]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
ackthecat: shows [Qd Ac] (a pair of Tens)
Shifubowa: shows [Qh 8s] (two pair, Tens and Eights)
Shifubowa collected 3016 from pot
givememyleg said, “sick”

Everything about that hand was weird, preflop min re-raise, and how Shifubowa knew he was good on the turn is beside me, but this hand put him close to 10,000 chips. Shifubowa would then continue to play almost every single pot, and raising every single hand that folded to him. I woke up with a pair in the bb and decided I had to play back. However, I forgot how well this guy was running:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to givememyleg [5c 5s]
kemikar: folds
DCMirage: folds
losttrem: folds
fimanoid: folds
Shifubowa: raises 300 to 400
Isopbc: folds
LolTrappedU: folds
givememyleg: raises 1255 to 1655 and is all-in
Shifubowa: calls 1255
*** FLOP *** [9s Ad 6d]
*** TURN *** [9s Ad 6d] [8h]
*** RIVER *** [9s Ad 6d 8h] [8c]
LolTrappedU said, “sigh”
LolTrappedU said, “gg”
*** SHOW DOWN ***
givememyleg: shows [5c 5s] (two pair, Eights and Fives)
Shifubowa: shows [Qd Ac] (two pair, Aces and Eights)
givememyleg said, “bye”
Shifubowa collected 3360 from pot

Sortly after this hand ws the first break. During the first break there were 7 people left and Shifubowa had over half the chips in play with 11,613. The closest person to him was Spenda with 1975. It seemed like it was Shif’s night! After the break, Shif saw an opportunity to take another victim, but ran into a couple monster hands:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
kemikar: raises 1289 to 1439 and is all-in
DCMirage: folds
losttrem: folds
fimanoid: folds
Shifubowa: calls 1439
Isopbc: raises 877 to 2316 and is all-in
LolTrappedU: folds
Shifubowa: calls 877
*** FLOP *** [9d Qd 8d]
*** TURN *** [9d Qd 8d] [Js]
*** RIVER *** [9d Qd 8d Js] [Qh]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Isopbc: shows [Kh Ks] (two pair, Kings and Queens)
Shifubowa: shows [4d 4h] (two pair, Queens and Fours)
LolTrappedU said, “ilol”
Isopbc collected 1754 from side pot
kemikar: shows [Qs As] (three of a kind, Queens)
LolTrappedU said, “um”
LolTrappedU said, “ok”
kemikar collected 4467 from main pot

That was just a monster hand, and I expected to see a diamond fall on the river! If that would have happened, Shif would have eliminate both players. Instead, kemikar tripled up with his suckout on the river, and Isopbc stayed alive. Shif faced his first adversity and was now down to 8000 chips with kemikar in second with 4300. Even though Spenda had slowed down his play a bit (mainly due to garbage hands) his initial image still was working for him, and that sent fimanoid packing in 6th place:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Shifubowa: folds
Isopbc: folds
LolTrappedU: raises 183 to 333
kemikar: folds
losttrem: folds
fimanoid: raises 1547 to 1880 and is all-in
LolTrappedU: calls 1547
*** FLOP *** [Jc 6c 4h]
*** TURN *** [Jc 6c 4h] [6s]
*** RIVER *** [Jc 6c 4h 6s] [Ac]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
fimanoid: shows [7c 7d] (two pair, Sevens and Sixes)
LolTrappedU: shows [Ah As] (a full house, Aces full of Sixes)
LolTrappedU collected 3835 from pot
LolTrappedU said, “gg”

With that elimination, the blinds reached 100/200 and we were down to 5. The chips had evened out a bit and here were the standings:

Seat 2: kemikar (6144 in chips)
Seat 4: losttrem (2750 in chips)
Seat 6: Shifubowa (8147 in chips)
Seat 7: Isopbc (779 in chips)
Seat 8: LolTrappedU (4680 in chips)

After Isobc taking that sick beat with KK, he didn’t have much to chose from being so short. He decided to take his chances with KTs:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
kemikar: raises 400 to 600
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: folds
Isopbc: raises 179 to 779 and is all-in
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: calls 179
*** FLOP *** [2h Ah 8s]
*** TURN *** [2h Ah 8s] [4c]
*** RIVER *** [2h Ah 8s 4c] [7h]
Isopbc said, “gg”
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Isopbc: shows [Td Kd] (high card Ace)
kemikar: shows [3d 3c] (a pair of Threes)
LolTrappedU said, “gg”
kemikar collected 1758 from pot

Now down to 4 this is where things started to get really interesting. No one was too desperately short and there was a lot of pre/post flop play. Most of this was with kemikar and Shif and it seemed as if they had declared war on each other:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: raises 400 to 600
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: calls 400
*** FLOP *** [6c 5d 6d]
Shifubowa: checks
kemikar: bets 800
Shifubowa: folds
kemikar collected 1300 from pot
kemikar: doesn’t show hand

*** HOLE CARDS ***
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: raises 600 to 800
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: raises 1800 to 2600
Shifubowa: raises 4847 to 7447 and is all-in
kemikar: folds
Shifubowa collected 5300 from pot
Shifubowa: doesn’t show hand

*** HOLE CARDS ***
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: raises 400 to 600
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: calls 400
*** FLOP *** [8d 2d 9s]
Shifubowa: bets 800
kemikar: raises 6023 to 6823 and is all-in
Shifubowa: folds
LolTrappedU said, “seriously”
kemikar collected 2900 from pot
kemikar: doesn’t show hand
LolTrappedU said, “the chip dumping has to stop”

*** HOLE CARDS ***
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: raises 400 to 600
losttrem: folds
Shifubowa: calls 400
*** FLOP *** [Tc 3d 2c]
Shifubowa: checks
LolTrappedU said, “ready for a c/f”
kemikar: bets 800
Shifubowa: calls 800
*** TURN *** [Tc 3d 2c] [6h]
Shifubowa: checks
kemikar: checks
*** RIVER *** [Tc 3d 2c 6h] [Ah]
Shifubowa: bets 1600
kemikar: folds
Shifubowa collected 2900 from pot
Shifubowa: doesn’t show hand

It seemed as if Shif was winning most of the battles and he was back on top with about 9500 chips, which kemikar sat in second with 7200. In the midst of all the battling, losttrem decided it was his turn for some action, seeking a double up:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
kemikar: folds
losttrem: raises 400 to 600
Shifubowa: raises 1400 to 2000
LolTrappedU: folds
losttrem: raises 750 to 2750 and is all-in
Shifubowa: calls 750
*** FLOP *** [5c 7c Td]
*** TURN *** [5c 7c Td] [Kc]
*** RIVER *** [5c 7c Td Kc] [9s]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Shifubowa: shows [Ah Jh] (high card Ace)
losttrem: shows [Kh Qc] (a pair of Kings)
losttrem collected 5700 from pot

Ask and ye shall receive. And it seemed like good fortune for lost as well, because the very next hand, he picked up AA:

*** HOLE CARDS ***
losttrem: raises 400 to 600
Shifubowa: folds
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: raises 1200 to 1800
losttrem: raises 2000 to 3800
kemikar: raises 2800 to 6600
losttrem: calls 1900 and is all-in
*** FLOP *** [8c Qh 9h]
LolTrappedU said, “omg”
*** TURN *** [8c Qh 9h] [Kh]
*** RIVER *** [8c Qh 9h Kh] [3s]
LolTrappedU said, “lol”
*** SHOW DOWN ***
kemikar: shows [Kd Kc] (three of a kind, Kings)
losttrem: shows [Ac As] (a pair of Aces)
LolTrappedU said, “wow”
LolTrappedU said, “um”
kemikar collected 11500 from pot

However it would be bitter sweet. It is pretty unlucky when you have KK v AA 4 handed on the money bubble, and it is even more unlucky to lose with AA v KK on the money bubble. However, kemikar came with his game face and lucky card protector today. That hand made him the chip leader down to three way with 13,023, Shif was in 2nd with 6842, and Spenda had some work to do with 2635.

Both kemikar and Shifubowa were being very aggressive, not leaving many spots for Spenda to steal or pick up any chips. However, at his first opportunity he took it:

Seat 2: kemikar (13448 in chips)
Seat 6: Shifubowa (7247 in chips)
Seat 8: LolTrappedU (1805 in chips)
kemikar: posts the ante 25
Shifubowa: posts the ante 25
LolTrappedU: posts the ante 25
LolTrappedU: posts small blind 100
kemikar: posts big blind 200
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Shifubowa: raises 7022 to 7222 and is all-in
LolTrappedU: calls 1680 and is all-in
kemikar: folds
*** FLOP *** [3h Qd 7s]
*** TURN *** [3h Qd 7s] [4h]
*** RIVER *** [3h Qd 7s 4h] [8s]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
LolTrappedU: shows [Ah 3c] (a pair of Threes)
Shifubowa: shows [9c 4c] (a pair of Fours)
Shifubowa collected 3835 from pot

He made an insta call and he knew he would be ahead, which he was. It just wasn’t his day. This hand was so strange because Shif open shoved 7000 chips on the button with the blinds at 100/200/25. That was a pretty crazy and extremely dangerous shove incase kemikar woke up with a hand in the bb. Alas, we were down to heads up and here were the chip counts:

Seat 2: kemikar (13223 in chips)
Seat 6: Shifubowa (9277 in chips)

Kem had the lead and wanted payback for getting bullied earlier. Kemikar definitely started the match getting his way:

Seat 2: kemikar (12523 in chips)
Seat 6: Shifubowa (9977 in chips)
kemikar: posts the ante 25
Shifubowa: posts the ante 25
kemikar: posts small blind 100
Shifubowa: posts big blind 200
*** HOLE CARDS ***
kemikar: raises 400 to 600
Shifubowa: calls 400
*** FLOP *** [5h 3c Jd]
Shifubowa: bets 1000
kemikar: calls 1000
*** TURN *** [5h 3c Jd] [Ks]
Shifubowa: bets 1800
kemikar: raises 9098 to 10898 and is all-in
Shifubowa: folds
kemikar collected 6850 from pot
kemikar: doesn’t show hand

After this hand there was many preflop raises, folds, and shoves, without much action. Then, the ultra aggressive Shifubowa would pay:

Seat 2: kemikar (15723 in chips)
Seat 6: Shifubowa (6777 in chips)
kemikar: posts the ante 25
Shifubowa: posts the ante 25
kemikar: posts small blind 100
Shifubowa: posts big blind 200
*** HOLE CARDS ***
kemikar: raises 400 to 600
Shifubowa: raises 6152 to 6752 and is all-in
kemikar: calls 6152
*** FLOP *** [Kc 5h Qs]
*** TURN *** [Kc 5h Qs] [7d]
kemikar said, “gg”
*** RIVER *** [Kc 5h Qs 7d] [5d]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Shifubowa: shows [Th 5c] (three of a kind, Fives)
kemikar: shows [Kh Ks] (a full house, Kings full of Fives)
kemikar collected 13554 from pot

He picked the wrong time to try and resteal there, as kemikar woke up with pocket kings. That was the final hand and kemikar was the winner of game 11! Congratulations to him.

Here are the hands of the night:

lol cooleraments

*** HOLE CARDS ***
losttrem: raises 400 to 600
Shifubowa: folds
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: raises 1200 to 1800
losttrem: raises 2000 to 3800
kemikar: raises 2800 to 6600
losttrem: calls 1900 and is all-in
*** FLOP *** [8c Qh 9h]
LolTrappedU said, “omg”
*** TURN *** [8c Qh 9h] [Kh]
*** RIVER *** [8c Qh 9h Kh] [3s]
LolTrappedU said, “lol”
*** SHOW DOWN ***
kemikar: shows [Kd Kc] (three of a kind, Kings)
losttrem: shows [Ac As] (a pair of Aces)
LolTrappedU said, “wow”
LolTrappedU said, “um”
kemikar collected 11500 from pot

AA v KK is a big enough cooler, but 4 handed and when AA loses, you can’t get more cold than that.

WTF was he Thinking?

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to givememyleg [Jd 5h]
ackthecat: raises 100 to 200
kemikar: folds
DCMirage: folds
losttrem: folds
fimanoid: folds
Shifubowa: raises 300 to 500
Isopbc: folds
LolTrappedU: folds
givememyleg: folds
ackthecat: calls 300
*** FLOP *** [2d Td Kc]
ackthecat: checks
Shifubowa: checks
*** TURN *** [2d Td Kc] [8d]
ackthecat: bets 400
Shifubowa: raises 600 to 1000
ackthecat: calls 533 and is all-in
*** RIVER *** [2d Td Kc 8d] [Ts]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
ackthecat: shows [Qd Ac] (a pair of Tens)
Shifubowa: shows [Qh 8s] (two pair, Tens and Eights)
Shifubowa collected 3016 from pot
givememyleg said, “sick”

Like I said earlier, Shif played this hand absolutely bizarre. Also, if I were ackthecat I would be folding or pushing this preflop. Just a sick hand the way it played out and I have no idea what he was thinking.

Donk of the Night

*** HOLE CARDS ***
losttrem: raises 400 to 600
Shifubowa: folds
LolTrappedU: folds
kemikar: raises 1200 to 1800
losttrem: raises 2000 to 3800
kemikar: raises 2800 to 6600
losttrem: calls 1900 and is all-in
*** FLOP *** [8c Qh 9h]
LolTrappedU said, “omg”
*** TURN *** [8c Qh 9h] [Kh]
*** RIVER *** [8c Qh 9h Kh] [3s]
LolTrappedU said, “lol”
*** SHOW DOWN ***
kemikar: shows [Kd Kc] (three of a kind, Kings)
losttrem: shows [Ac As] (a pair of Aces)
LolTrappedU said, “wow”
LolTrappedU said, “um”
kemikar collected 11500 from pot

It is pretty rare that you will see the same hand twice in one night, but this is such a sick sick cooler and a sick sick beat.

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