Online Poker Player Plays His Cards Close To The Vest

published on 02/02/10 at 8:39 am

Online Poker Player Plays His Cards Close To The Vest

Minnesota poker player, Chad M. Mohr (cmohr5) is what many would call a silent type person. He takes the backseat and reveals very little about his life, experiences, and poker knowledge. So when PokerPlasm beat writer, Street3, confirmed an interview with Mr. Mohr, we were enthused to read what his responses and answers would be to a variety of questions.

Thank you for taking a few minutes to speak with me. And congrats on your week 4 victory!
Silence

I see by the TPT November leaderboard you only played two November events, have you played the TPT before November or did you just start playing?
No comment.

How long have you been playing poker?
No comment.

Do you play anything besides NLHE?
No comment.

Do you prefer live or online play? Why?
No comment.

Do you prefer Cash/MTT/SNG and why?
No comment.

Your twitter bio lists “butt scratcher” which reminds me of a Family Guy episode where Peter tries to get his “Butt Scratcher” job back. Is this something you have done in the past?
No comment.

Do you play poker for fun or a way to make some extra cash?
No comment.

Do you have any favorite poker pros or watch any poker on TV?
No comment.

Have you used any training sites or read any books to help you with your game? If so, which ones?
No comment.

Since the Pats lost, are you going to kick that Salvation Army guy out of town?
No comment.

Have you listened to the Ustream broadcast of the #tpt? What are your thoughts on it?
No comment.

Do you have a favorite hand to play? I prefer my right hand…wait, what?
No comment.

What’s your biggest win whether online or live?
No comment.

Every poker player goes on tilt at one time or another, how do you handle going on tilt?
No comment.

Do you play different online then you do live? For some reason live, I play much tighter and am trying to play that way online.
No comment.

Will you be playing the #tpt in the future? Do you have any ideas on how to improve it?
No comment.

I know you’ve only played a few Twitter Poker Tour events, but is there any one player that sticks out that you either love to get in a pot with or want to avoid playing pots with?
No comment.

Is online poker rigged for the underdog to give more inexperienced players a reason to keep playing the shit cards they seem to win with consistently?
No comment.

I hear that JJ is one of the hardest hands to play, do you have any opinion on this?
No comment.

Thanks for taking the time to answer these questions, any final thoughts or shout outs?
No comment.

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