The fergy stud hi/lo hand

HartAttack3

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Full Tilt Poker Game #5520865346: The Ferguson (41325838), Table 18 - 80/160 Ante 15 - Limit Stud H/L - 2:18:24 ET - 2008/03/06
Seat 1: I_Hart_Poker (2,515)
Seat 2: Plutar (2,210)
Seat 3: o bop shbam (1,535)
Seat 4: bocarealis (1,660)
Seat 5: abbdel (2,925)
Seat 6: messmaker7 (3,930)
Seat 7: gas666gas (1,140), is sitting out
Seat 8: Speer8 (1,305)
I_Hart_Poker antes 15
Plutar antes 15
o bop shbam antes 15
bocarealis antes 15
abbdel antes 15
messmaker7 antes 15
gas666gas antes 15
Speer8 antes 15
*** 3RD STREET ***
Dealt to I_Hart_Poker [Ah 4h] [Qh]
Dealt to Plutar [2c]
Dealt to o bop shbam [Kh]
Dealt to bocarealis [9d]
Dealt to abbdel [Qd]
Dealt to messmaker7 [Ad]
Dealt to gas666gas [Ts]
Dealt to Speer8 [5c]
Plutar is low with [2c]
Plutar brings in for 25
o bop shbam folds
bocarealis calls 25
abbdel calls 25
messmaker7 calls 25
gas666gas folds
Speer8 calls 25
I_Hart_Poker completes it to 80
Plutar calls 55
bocarealis calls 55
abbdel calls 55
messmaker7 calls 55
Speer8 calls 55
*** 4TH STREET ***
Dealt to I_Hart_Poker [Ah 4h Qh] [9c]
Dealt to Plutar [2c] [Kd]
Dealt to bocarealis [9d] [4d]
Dealt to abbdel [Qd] [Qs]
Dealt to messmaker7 [Ad] [7c]
Dealt to Speer8 [5c] [4c]
abbdel checks
messmaker7 checks
Speer8 checks
I_Hart_Poker checks
Plutar checks
bocarealis checks
*** 5TH STREET ***
Dealt to I_Hart_Poker [Ah 4h Qh 9c] [8h]
Dealt to Plutar [2c Kd] [3c]
Dealt to bocarealis [9d 4d] [6s]
Dealt to abbdel [Qd Qs] [6h]
Dealt to messmaker7 [Ad 7c] [6d]
Dealt to Speer8 [5c 4c] [2h]
abbdel bets 160
messmaker7 folds
Speer8 folds
I_Hart_Poker calls 160
Plutar calls 160
bocarealis folds
*** 6TH STREET ***
Dealt to I_Hart_Poker [Ah 4h Qh 9c 8h] [3h]
Dealt to Plutar [2c Kd 3c] [Kc]
Dealt to abbdel [Qd Qs 6h] [Jd]
Plutar bets 160
abbdel calls 160
I_Hart_Poker raises to 320
Plutar calls 160
abbdel folds
*** 7TH STREET ***
Dealt to I_Hart_Poker [Ah 4h Qh 9c 8h 3h] [5d]
Plutar checks
I_Hart_Poker bets 160
Plutar calls 160
*** SHOW DOWN ***
I_Hart_Poker shows [Ah 5d Qh 9c 8h 3h 4h] a flush, Ace high, for high and 8,5,4,3,A, for low
Plutar mucks
I_Hart_Poker wins the high pot (1,100) with a flush, Ace high
I_Hart_Poker wins the low pot (1,100) with 8,5,4,3,A
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 2,200 | Rake 0
Seat 1: I_Hart_Poker showed [Ah 5d Qh 9c 8h 3h 4h] and won (2,200) with HI: a flush, Ace high; LO: 8,5,4,3,A
Seat 2: Plutar mucked [Js 7h 2c Kd 3c Kc 6c] - HI: a pair of Kings
Seat 3: o bop shbam folded on 3rd St.
Seat 4: bocarealis folded on 5th St.
Seat 5: abbdel folded on 6th St.
Seat 6: messmaker7 folded on 5th St.
Seat 7: gas666gas folded on 3rd St.
Seat 8: Speer8 folded on 5th St.


This is for the guy who was also in the hand. He has been telling me all night I rivered him with my heart flush, idk why but I told him it would be here and figured maybe u guys would like to see it.

Apparently FT likes to switch around 7th street with one of your hole cards every once in a while
 
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switch0723

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Apparently FT likes to switch around 7th street with one of your hole cards every once in a while

For a reason, since in a live game, you have all 3 of your hole cards (the first two and and 1 on 7th street) together, so you can show them in any order you like so that people dont know what order you had them and therefore can not get any reads. FT applies the same principle and jumbles up your hole cards so that no reads can be given for free
 
OzExorcist

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It doesn't actually "jumble" them, it orders them by rank. Notice it's the same for both players in this hand - they've been reordered to A-5-4 and J-7-6.

Villain looks like he played this pretty badly, FWIW - can only assume he started with (67)2 and was chasing a low the whole time. Either way, fourth street was a brick for him, and he hung around against an open pair of queens on fifth when one of his kings was dead. Chasing in both directions. Yuck!

It can't have been anything other than a crying call on the end on his part either - you're clearly stating that you can beat his board. Knowing that he's more than willing to peel on a fourth street brick and/or chase marginal hand both ways are both worth noting though - put some pressure on him when you've got a good made hand for at least half the pot and you oughta get paid off nicely :)
 
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It doesn't actually "jumble" them, it orders them by rank. Notice it's the same for both players in this hand - they've been reordered to A-5-4 and J-7-6.

Ahh i see, i never noticed that. I knew they did it for the reason i stated, but i never looked to see if there was an order they were replaced to
 
OzExorcist

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it's limit

Yes, I know. Though in retrospect the wording could've been clearer, I'm talking about when we've got a good made hand that's likely to win at least half the pot - like if we make a six-low on fifth street with some high possibilities.
 
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