$10 NLHE Full Ring: Monster draw on paired flop, facing all-in bet
So I decided to take a shot at 10NL, i know its not proper BR management, I just wanted to do it. moving on. I'd been playing tighter than normal, and showing down good hands. most pots were limped, with at least six players seeing the flop. It seemed as though my raising the pots preflop was not appreciated. spudpoker2, the villain, had been in most pots since i sat down, and was fond of seeing how serious i was about any hand I was in. I had reraised him a number of times, and called down with smaller holding to find he had like 94o on a board of AQ922 or something like that.
No Limit, 0.10 BB (9 handed).
Hand History converter courtesy of pokerhandreplays.com
Seat: 1 dad945 ($2.11) Dealer
Seat: 2 dragondad3 ($2.74) Small Blind
Seat: 3 spudpoker2 ($7.34) Big Blind
Seat: 4 runindeep ($14.01)
Seat: 5 rudyray ($9.5)
Seat: 6 Hero
Seat: 7 nomoreeasy ($4)
Seat: 8 rocco22 ($22.68)
Seat: 9 iicedover ($43.03)
Dealt to Hero
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Is this one of those times where beautiful cards must go in the muck? or do we have the odds
against most of his hands?
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