This is a discussion on Freeroll 07/29/2020 PokerStars? within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; Hello ladies and gentlemen! In yesterday's CardsChat freeroll on PokerStars there was a frequent distribution of pocket rockets, I didn't get it more than once,
Hello ladies and gentlemen! In yesterday's CardsChat freeroll on PokerStars there was a frequent distribution of pocket rockets, I didn't get it more than once, but I ran into AA villains twice, at the tables where I played there were hands with AA 9-10, what is this? Program joke? Or so often This is my first time meeting. Who can explain, I will be grateful. Best regards, Sergey.
It is variance, and of course it is possible. You can say same about every hand, for example: in 3 consecutive hands you got AK, 83, T3 - just random hands. What is the chance for it? Same as getting AK 3x times in a row
Just yesterday I find myself fairly short stacked (below average stack) and get dealt JJ in late position, a raise from early position and a reraise before action moves to me. I shove, original raiser calls and the other player folds. Find myself up against QQ. This seems to happen all the time.
The previous day in ACR I'm sat in the BB with KK, folded to SB who only just has me covered puts me all in. Snap call, 9 7 off immediately flops straight. How do they know?
Yes,it happens.It's weird seeing AA or KK getting dealt twice or even three times in a row,but that doesn't mean it will win.But,unfortunately,when the software deals different players AA,KK,QQ and other pairs several times in a row it leads to players going all in at least three times in a row.
My AA lost to A10, we went all in preflop at the beginning of the tournament and the guy hit a straight. Next GG, that's the only attitude I can have, if I hadn't put all the chips in the pot I wouldn't have been eliminated.
Hello everyone, I want to know your opinion. I have KK. Pre flop raise, I got two calls, a flop, I bet a little more than half the pot, in response I get two olins, I call) I understand that in this case at least one of the players has 9, and a lot of draws, but given that the tournament was free, my call was obvious) In a normal tournament, I would have folded such a hand without hesitation. What are your actions?)IMG_1964.JPG