Wow. He goes allways all-in and win everything..

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peter1811

Visionary
Hi ,

i had not a good day today and lost a lot of good hands. Ok , that's Poker and i can live with it.

My last Tourney now was at intertops.com and there was a guy who call everything... He goes all in the 1st time with 7/9. Against A/k suited.

Flop: 6/8/10 Turn: J River: 2

He double up.

Next Hand a guy goes all in with a pair of King.

He call him with 2/7.

Flop: Q/2/8 Turn : J River: 7

He got this one too and was now on 4000 chips after 2 hands....

After it was my out.... He goes all in and i had pocket Aces...

He got 10/8 diamonds.

Flop : A/d 2/s 4/s Turn: K/d River 4/d and he got the flush.....

How you can get lucky like that ?

I lost today with a full house.... With a 4 of a kind. And he win each hand.

My Full: I got Pocket 9/k and it came 9/9/k after turn 2 river 8

guy call me 600.... i call him he got pocket kings.....

I got Pocket Queen and Flop comes Q/Q/A i go all-in to double up lol
Guy call me with A/K - Turn A River A....

Four Aces against 4 Queens...

So , not my day.
 
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JonSherwood

Guest
Too bad you weren't playing the bad beat Jackpot on party poker. If you lose with anything higher than quad 8's you and everyone at your table gets paid pretty well. :p Only reason I would ever play there.

Jon
 
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peter1811

Visionary
Thank you for that Info lol

At least they pay you for a hand like this.
 
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xdmanx007

Legend
There have been times when I noticed that if I had played terrible starting hands I would have hit 5 or 6 straight hands big. That little voice in my head screams at me to play until I lose a hand but I as yet have not had the stones to "ride the wave" as I call it, some would call it an anomally, others when the odds are balancing theselves out for you. It does happen for us all sooner or later the question is do you have the onions to go against what you know and hit those big suck out hands when everything is falling. I as yet have not had the stones to listen to that little voice that is screaming at me to play.
 
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MrSkoal

Guest
I'm a little confused, when you had pocket rockets, and the other dude had 10d,8d. You said the flop came Ad-2s-4s, the turn was Kd, and he caught the 4d on the river which gave him the ace high flush right? But didnt that 4d also pair the board giving you a full house combined with your trip aces? Maybe I misunderstood you but I believe a full house beats a flush. If it didn't, I'd say you're right, you had a very bad day.

:rock:
 
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maderj241

Guest
OK, I just had something like this happen to me last night. I was playing an OH8 hilo over at PantherPoker. This other guy just raised every chance he got and was literally taking half of every pot. When I sat at the nickel/dime table with 2 bucks I won in a freeroll I was up to 8 and this guy brought me back down to under a dollar. Anyway, basically I justr buckled down and settled down to a game of poker. another hour later I was up to 13 dollars, he was gone and I the table was empty. Yeah, people will get those lucky hands. But that kind of luck will never replace knowing how to play cards. Now, one of these days i'll be able to get out of the nickle dime pool and play some real cards.
 
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Flipper33

Guest
The worst beat I ever saw was when Ace high beat a full house:
Player 1: 66
Player 2: AK
Flop: 3,3,6
Player 1 goes all in, Player 2 calls
Turn: 3
River: 3
Player 2's quad 3's with an Ace won it
 
smd173

smd173

Cardschat Elite
Flipper33 said:
The worst beat I ever saw was when Ace high beat a full house:
Player 1: 66
Player 2: AK
Flop: 3,3,6
Player 1 goes all in, Player 2 calls
Turn: 3
River: 3
Player 2's quad 3's with an Ace won it
Wow, that's a pretty bad beat. But didn't you see the memo? A-x is indestructible, you must always call with it! lol
 
Jack Daniels

Jack Daniels

Charcoal Mellowed
I was at the final table in a NL hold'em tourney a couple months ago at PS. There were five of us left. I was never so happy to have a crappy hand to throw away. I wasn't involved in the pot, but I watched it go down. Long story short...

All four other players wound up all in at different times both pre-flop and post. A fairly tight aggressive game all of a sudden went nuckin' futs. I actually had to pull the hand history to see this...


Flop was :7d: :9c: :8d: , turn came :9d:, and river was :2c:.

Now here is the killer. The players, from low to high hand...

Player A - :ad: :kd: --> Nut Flush

Player B - :9s: :8h: --> Nines full of eights.

Player C - :6d: :5d: --> Had the ass end of a straight flush.

AND

Player D - :10d: :jd: --> That's right kiddies, top end of the straight flush.

What a kick in the nuts for these guys. Of course Player D also had everone covered so he knocked all three of them out in one hand. Leaving me heads up with him and at somewhat of a chip disadvantage. But hell, I just moved up three spots. And yes, I wound up finishing in 2nd. But at least I wasn't in THAT hand.:icon_chee
 
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peter1811

Visionary
Hi to mr skoal,
may i did a mistake there with all the bad beats i had there and it came another diamond.

A full is better then the flush of course....

My bad sorry
 
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peter1811

Visionary
Hi Jack Daniels.
Thats a pretty bad hand there.

Each of those guys got a good hand i think.

Be happy that you stay out of those....
 
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Lynzy

Guest
I had a hand worse than the quad 3's beating a FH of 3's and 6's
I was dealt AK on the flop AAK the turn Q the river Q went all in after the turn and lost to Quad Q's, the otheer player had pocket Q's...boy was I shocked...lol
 
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peter1811

Visionary
Bad Bad,

today i played the 3000 $ freeroll at interpoker and i was 28th position. 90 Players left.

I got A/J hearts and the chip leader ( i got 17 000 and he 55 000 ) call 4600.

I am thinking.... and move all-in.

He call and show pocket 9's............

Flop : Q - 2 - 3 Turn a 6 and River a J....

Bye bye 600 $ 1st Price and he was happy.....

I got 3.90 $..... for 90th place.

Maybe i was to fast but i think i had a good hand and to call with pocket 9's a 17000 Stack ?

Ok , he won got the better hand. He was right. Easy like this is poker.

I learned a lot today....
 
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Lynzy

Guest
You didn't give the suits and didn't mention a flush so I'm not understanding your loss...If you had A-J and he had pocket nines...how did he win? You show flop Q-2-3 turn 6 river J. Wouldn't you have had the highest pair with Jacks?
 
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xdmanx007

Legend
1Bigrick said:
Im not gettin it you should of had jj thats higher than 88.
ARGH! somebody tell this guy the whole thing about QUALITY posts, before I do in my usual polite way. :)
 
rocka13

rocka13

Guest
I'm all in with AA. 890 chips. guy with 1600 chips calls and shows 22. flop AJK,turn2,river yep you got it 2. I was thinking this happens a lot at Party Poker but it seems to happen in a lot of freerolls.
Cheers

I'd love to know how you got those cards on your post.
Cheers.
 
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Sharkman

Sharkman

Guest
Keep in mind, while playing online. The hands will be set up alot of times to keep everyone in. Preflop in other words. The flop will be based on who is in the hand. ex, draw flushes and straight draws. Reason= tourneys- more people will get eliminated quicker, means more tournaments, more money for the site. table play- more rake money. The sites are legit, just keep in mind the hands are more competitive than play in real life.
 
Jack Daniels

Jack Daniels

Charcoal Mellowed
rocka13 said:
I'd love to know how you got those cards on your post.
Next time you do a post, take a look at the emoticons on the right side of the screen. If you click the "more" link, it will pop open another screen containing more emoticons. Scroll down to the bottom of that page. There are the cards.

Sharkman said:
Keep in mind, while playing online. The hands will be set up alot of times to keep everyone in. Preflop in other words. The flop will be based on who is in the hand. ex, draw flushes and straight draws.
Sorry to disagree, but this is just horse hockey. NONE of the legit, reputable sites (PS, PP, UB, NP etc) are rigged in any way. And they didn't muck with the RNG to cater to specific hands. The reason you see a lot of what you do is two primary reasons (although there are more reasons).

1. Many more hands per hours = many more situations to see that would take longer in real life games.

2. Many more morons staying in with crap and catch flops, et al. I won't soap box on these idiots, we all know the spiel.

And please don't reply about how you saw this or that, so you must be right. You're not.

'nuff said.
 
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two3shamrock

Guest
seriously those were some terrible beats
if it were me playing i'd be a some major tilt
 
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xdmanx007

Legend
I still wanna know what it is I am missing that makes everybody so sure things at the rooms are 100 percent square....?You can tell me all you want about it making good buisness sense but what if the owners are bad buisnessmen? There are the canadian indian gaming commissions but has anybody ever had a complaint against a room that they took up with the gaming commision and gotten anything out of the commision? Just wondering and hoping everybody keeps their minds open. The history of gambling is filled with cheaters and criminals why are these rooms immune?
 
Sharkman

Sharkman

Guest
Good point Jack! A lil' sensitive to the subject i see! Thanks for the info though!
 
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tdq

Guest
the most amazing hand I ever seen was: someone with AA goes allin, someone with 92 calls. the flop: 222, the turn: A, river: A
 
katymaty

katymaty

Legend
all in all the time

on some sites they allow about 15000 in to freerolls. so sometimes the best strategy is to go all in alot from the start even when you dont have brilliant hands. its better to get lucky early on and build up a big stack than to play for a few hours by playing carefully then get a bad beat late on just when ur approaching the money.

id rather go out first hand and win nothing than play for 3 hours for the same result.




katy
 
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