perty good hand i think

shortstacked

shortstacked

Visionary
this was my 9 hand on this site
bought in at $80
Game # 118988879: Texas Holdem No Limit ($1/$2) 07/12/2006 17:25:56
Table "Castellano Way" (real money) Seat 4 is the button

Seat 1: YOUGONE ($82.30)
Seat 2: Shortstacked ($84.30)
Seat 3: bigfish1 ($240.30)
Seat 4: NintendoBill ($491.63) [button]
Seat 5: Brad7769 ($78.10)
Seat 6: floppy71 ($94.80)
Seat 7: penney73 ($37.50)
Seat 8: NOTSERP ($200)
Seat 9: Blackassassin ($252.32)
Brad7769: posts small blind $1
floppy71: posts big blind $2

>>> HOLE CARDS <<<
Dealt to Shortstacked [Qs Qd]
penney73: folds
Blackassassin: folds
YOUGONE: raises $4 to $6
Shortstacked: raises $15 to $21
bigfish1: folds
NintendoBill: calls $21
Brad7769: folds
floppy71: folds
YOUGONE: folds

>>> FLOP <<< [2d 7d Qc]
Shortstacked: bets $18
NintendoBill: calls $18

>>> TURN <<< [2d 7d Qc] [4d]
Shortstacked: bets $45.30 and is all-in
NintendoBill: calls $45.30

>>> RIVER <<< [2d 7d Qc 4d] [Ah]

>>> SHOWDOWN <<<
NintendoBill: shows [5h 5d] (a pair of Fives)
Shortstacked: shows [Qs Qd] (three of a kind, Queens)
Shortstacked: collects $174.60 from the pot

>>> SUMMARY <<<
Total pot $177.60.
Rake $3

Board: [2d 7d Qc 4d Ah]
Seat 1: YOUGONE folded before the flop
Seat 2: Shortstacked showed [Qs Qd] and won ($174.60) with three of a
kind,
Queens
Seat 3: bigfish1 folded before the flop (didn't bet)
Seat 4: NintendoBill (button) showed [5h 5d] and lost with a pair of
Fives
Seat 5: Brad7769 (small blind) folded before the flop
Seat 6: floppy71 (big blind) folded before the flop
Seat 7: penney73 folded before the flop (didn't bet)
Seat 8: NOTSERP (didn't bet)
Seat 9: Blackassassin folded before the flop (didn't bet)
 
Four Dogs

Four Dogs

Legend
Nice hand, nice pot, poorly played. Why would you give 4:1 odds to call against a possible flush draw and then go all in when another diamond actually falls on the turn? I don't get it.
 
LetsGetItOn

LetsGetItOn

Guest
Four Dogs said:
Nice hand, nice pot, poorly played. Why would you give 4:1 odds to call against a possible flush draw and then go all in when another diamond actually falls on the turn? I don't get it.

Hmm if he called $15 more preflop I doubt he would have 2 random diamonds.
 
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t1riel

t1riel

Legend
You should have bet at least the pot with two diamonds on the board on the flop. But, overall you played well. Good Job!:)
 
Four Dogs

Four Dogs

Legend
LetsGetItOn said:
Hmm if he called $15 more preflop I doubt he would have 2 random diamonds.
Random? No. AdKd, probably. AdJd, AdTd, KdJd, less likely but possible. AdQd and KdQd would (should) have raised the flop.
 
Bombjack

Bombjack

Legend
Question moreover, is how NintendoBill got such a big stack playing like that? :confused:
 
shortstacked

shortstacked

Visionary
Bombjack said:
Question moreover, is how NintendoBill got such a big stack playing like that? :confused:

I guess for me it dosnt matter how, eather way im going to take it:D
 
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