The hand that propelled me from 5th to 1st

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pokerstars No-Limit Hold'em Tourney, Big Blind is t100 (9 handed)
saw flop|saw showdown
UTG+1 (t5920)
MP1 (t4817)
MP2 (t4230)
MP3 (t2235)
CO (t2580)
Button (t7123)
SB (t5190)
Hero (t10575)
UTG (t4063)
Preflop: Hero is BB with :9c4: :9d4:
UTG calls t100, 1 fold, MP1 calls t100, 3 folds, Button calls t100, SB completes, Hero checks.
Flop: (t500) :ah4: :9s4: :10c4: (5 players)
SB checks, Hero bets t300, UTG calls t300, MP1 calls t300, Button calls t300, SB folds.
Turn: (t1700) :as4: (4 players)
Hero bets t1500, UTG folds, MP1 raises to t4417, Button calls t4417, Hero raises to t7334, Button calls t2306 (All-In).
River: (t20174) :8h4: (3 players, 1 all-in)
Final Pot: t20174
Results in white below:
Hero has 9c 9d (full house, nines full of aces).
MP1 has Ac Js (three of a kind, aces).
Button has Ad Qh (three of a kind, aces).
Outcome: Hero wins t20174.
 
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blankoblanco

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Delicious. I love hands like that. Won some big money in a ring game off something very similar earlier. Congrats.
 
Coryan

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Am I missing something?

Great hand...but you said it took you from 5th to 1st. The chip count shows you already in the chip lead...was this at just one table of a multitable tournament? Just curious.
 
t1riel

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I think the chip count listed is how many each player has after that hand was played.
 
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t1riel said:
I think the chip count listed is how many each player has after that hand was played.
The pot was twice that amount...so it must be before the hand.
 
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this probably is a MTT, and the 4 bigger stacks were on other tables...think about it - how did ~45000 chips make it to that table?
and the chipstacks always show stacks before the hand has been played :)
 
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