And thats why its called Full Tilt

nuts422

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full tilt poker Game #6141387918: $1 + $0.25 Sit & Go (46749268), Table 1 - 15/30 - No Limit Hold'em - 23:29:16 ET - 2008/04/22
Seat 1: Desert Dog (1,500)
Seat 2: gemsetter (1,500)
Seat 3: nuts422 (1,500)
Seat 4: Tormencha (1,500)
Seat 5: TheRealCrew (1,500)
Seat 6: Pitamon (1,500)
Seat 7: fullcolor (1,500)
Seat 8: steversr (1,500)
Seat 9: OminousTS (1,500)
Desert Dog posts the small blind of 15
gemsetter posts the big blind of 30
The button is in seat #9
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to nuts422 [8d 8c]
nuts422 raises to 90
Tormencha calls 90
TheRealCrew calls 90
Pitamon raises to 495
fullcolor folds
steversr has 15 seconds left to act
steversr calls 495
OminousTS folds
Desert Dog folds
gemsetter folds
nuts422 folds
Tormencha calls 405
TheRealCrew folds
*** FLOP *** [5h 8s 9c]
Tormencha checks
Pitamon bets 1,005, and is all in
steversr calls 1,005, and is all in
Tormencha calls 1,005, and is all in
Pitamon shows [As Ac]
steversr shows [Ad Kc]
Tormencha shows [7s 7c]
*** TURN *** [5h 8s 9c] [6c]
*** RIVER *** [5h 8s 9c 6c] [2c]
Pitamon shows a pair of Aces
steversr shows Ace King high
Tormencha shows a straight, Nine high
Tormencha wins the pot (4,725) with a straight, Nine high
steversr stands up
Pitamon stands up
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 4,725 | Rake 0
Board: [5h 8s 9c 6c 2c]
Seat 1: Desert Dog (small blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 2: gemsetter (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 3: nuts422 folded before the Flop
Seat 4: Tormencha showed [7s 7c] and won (4,725) with a straight, Nine high
Seat 5: TheRealCrew folded before the Flop
Seat 6: Pitamon showed [As Ac] and lost with a pair of Aces
Seat 7: fullcolor didn't bet (folded)
Seat 8: steversr showed [Ad Kc] and lost with Ace King high
Seat 9: OminousTS (button) didn't bet (folded)
 
odinscott

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Well that really isnt that bad of a beat. I mean that happens, AA/AK arent bullet proof.
(By the way though, they take 25 cents in rake for a $1 tourney?? Man I thought that 20% at PS was bad enough...)
 
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This belongs in the Bad Beat/Brag forum.
 
odinscott

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^^^ Yup I didnt even see which forum it was in.
 
nuts422

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Hey I folded so it wasn't really a bad beat for me.
 
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Well that really isnt that bad of a beat. I mean that happens, AA/AK arent bullet proof.
(By the way though, they take 25 cents in rake for a $1 tourney?? Man I thought that 20% at PS was bad enough...)

It was nuts who folded his 8,8 and would have gone on to draw a set of 8's - maybe.

Stars does 10% tourney rake, not 20%. It runs $1.10, 2.20, 3.30, 4.40, $55,5 etc. Tilt's rake is outrageous, IMO. I have a small BR there and really hate playing anything but RM forum tourneys or ring games.

The reason I say above that nuts 'might' have drawn that set of 8's is that FT does not set the entire deck before the deal starts. Cards are requested 'on demand' and there is no guarantee that the flop would have been the 5,8,9 if he were in the hand.
 
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It was nuts who folded his 8,8 and would have gone on to draw a set of 8's - maybe.

Stars does 10% tourney rake, not 20%. It runs $1.10, 2.20, 3.30, 4.40, $55,5 etc. Tilt's rake is outrageous, IMO. I have a small BR there and really hate playing anything but RM forum tourneys or ring games.

The reason I say above that nuts 'might' have drawn that set of 8's is that FT does not set the entire deck before the deal starts. Cards are requested 'on demand' and there is no guarantee that the flop would have been the 5,8,9 if he were in the hand.

$1 + .20 for SAGs @ PS.
Everything else is 10%
 
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25% is stupid, I agree. To their defense the rake is 10% at higher value tournaments.


So what is the smallest rake anywhere?
 
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25% is stupid, I agree. To their defense the rake is 10% at higher value tournaments.

So what is the smallest rake anywhere?

I think UltimateBet charges 10% all the way down to its 50c SnGs?

Yes the 25% rake is a bit steep on these games, but I find the fact they're so easy to beat makes up for it.
 
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I think UltimateBet charges 10% all the way down to its 50c SnGs?

Yes the 25% rake is a bit steep on these games, but I find the fact they're so easy to beat makes up for it.

Thats true, I was playing the dollar SAGs at PS to get into "orbit" (the leader boards) and I had won 7 of my first 9 games. I finished 4th once and the last one my internet crashed so I finished 7th.
 
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Why is it called Full Tilt again? I don't get it.
 
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If you played the hand, it would flop differently as it is computer and triggered (I think) and anyway, Pocket aren't that great, well ones bellow Jacks anyway, cause chances are, someone playing with a picture, and if they hit, your pockets are dead, so unless you hit trips, bye bye, and as for AA, they are the best pocket you can be dealt, but when you think back, AA mean all-in for most people, or a pot+ raise, and if your opponent gets 2 little pairs they win, 22,33 > AA,__, so In my eyes, Straight Draw, suited cards are good, so 56,67,78,89,910,10J suited are good calling/raising cards
 
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If you played the hand, it would flop differently as it is computer and triggered (I think) and anyway, Pocket aren't that great, well ones bellow Jacks anyway, cause chances are, someone playing with a picture, and if they hit, your pockets are dead, so unless you hit trips, bye bye, and as for AA, they are the best pocket you can be dealt, but when you think back, AA mean all-in for most people, or a pot+ raise, and if your opponent gets 2 little pairs they win, 22,33 > AA,__, so In my eyes, Straight Draw, suited cards are good, so 56,67,78,89,910,10J suited are good calling/raising cards
And when you wonder why you are a losing player in the long run the reason is bolded.
Just some friendly advice Lucky:)
 
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