Is there ANY way I could of folded this?

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full tilt poker Game #6024025618: $32,000 Guarantee (45168299), Table 38 - 15/30 - No Limit Hold'em - 20:06:28 ET - 2008/04/13
Seat 1: nopuede (2,385)
Seat 2: jt6565 (2,955)
Seat 3: stapoker123 (2,970)
Seat 4: im_a_good_girl (3,450)
Seat 5: MALO001 (3,030)
Seat 6: mechinese (3,330)
Seat 7: tARsh (3,000)
Seat 8: Moesenkurt (2,880)
Seat 9: Ted Stroehmann (3,000)
mechinese posts the small blind of 15
tARsh posts the big blind of 30
The button is in seat #5
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to stapoker123 [6d 6c]
Moesenkurt folds
Ted Stroehmann folds
nopuede has 15 seconds left to act
nopuede raises to 120
jt6565 calls 120
stapoker123 has 15 seconds left to act
stapoker123 calls 120
im_a_good_girl folds
MALO001 calls 120
mechinese folds
tARsh folds
*** FLOP *** [Th Tc Ad]
nopuede bets 30
jt6565 folds
stapoker123 calls 30
MALO001 calls 30
*** TURN *** [Th Tc Ad] <font color='red'>6♥</font>
nopuede bets 30
stapoker123 raises to 420
MALO001 folds
nopuede has 15 seconds left to act
nopuede calls 390
*** RIVER *** [Th Tc Ad 6h] <font color='black'>Q♣</font>
nopuede bets 1,815, and is all in
stapoker123 calls 1,815
*** SHOW DOWN ***
nopuede shows [Qd Qh] a full house, Queens full of Tens
stapoker123 mucks
nopuede wins the pot (5,085) with a full house, Queens full of Tens
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 5,085 | Rake 0
Board: [Th Tc Ad 6h Qc]
Seat 1: nopuede showed [Qd Qh] and won (5,085) with a full house, Queens full of Tens
Seat 2: jt6565 folded on the Flop
Seat 3: stapoker123 mucked [6d 6c] - a full house, Sixes full of Tens
Seat 4: im_a_good_girl didn't bet (folded)
Seat 5: MALO001 (button) folded on the Turn
Seat 6: mechinese (small blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 7: tARsh (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 8: Moesenkurt didn't bet (folded)
Seat 9: Ted Stroehmann didn't bet (folded)
 
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quite annoying too, since i spent atleast 4 hours in a freeroll to win a token for this, then on one of the first hands get outdrawn by a two outer
 
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Think of it this way; you hit your 2 outer to be ahead in the first place. BTW when exactly would you have folded this?
 
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had you won, your opponent would of been annoyed by you drawing a two outer on the turn. no one will ever be happy. and yes you had a chance to fold preflop flop and turn. i wouldn't recommend folding on the turn since your bluff on the flop turned into gold. just be happy that everyone else gets the same luck as you do.
 
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how can you say that hitting a six on the turn was lucky? the only reason i saw it was because it was so cheap to see, his mistake won him all my chips, he then even called my big reraise with a bottom pair
 
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i read the hand wrong. it looks as if you tried a bluff raise on the flop from your original post.

nonetheless it's still pretty lucky getting that six on the turn as well as the Q for him on the river. hitting a two outer is pretty lucky, but i guess it's ambiguous...lucky to you may be 1/47 or 1/10000. luck is not going to side the player who raised, checked, or min bet. just because it was cheap for you to see the turn and more costly for him to see the river, doesn't mean HE was more lucky than you were.

you can argue that he played it worse than you if that's what you're looking for.
 
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Here's how it's lucky: After the flop your chance of winning is ~8%. After the turn his chances of winning are around 9% (remember he has 4 outs as a 10 wins the hand for him as well). Now tell me who got lucky???
 
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You must know that you should have folded preflop. Out of position small pair, but most of all it is early in this tourney, when all sorts of bs happens.

But then you know all this don't you?
 
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He could have had AT. That is what I would had thought and honestly I might have folded that one. It is tough to do sometimes when it comes up though.
 
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the way the table was playing, it was almost a definite double up if i hit a six, if not i could fold easily, the only way i would possibly go broke is what happened, oh well
 
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Can't really fault your play too much. The other day I saw a much bigger pf raise called by 66 in the BB that held up.

I actually put the other guy more at fault for calling your turn re-raise. If I had been him I would have been folding - he is behind to an ace or a ten let alone the 6s.

Nevertheless, he calls the turn. I am not 100% convinced that I'd call the river - I'd put the odds at about 70% that I would call, depending on what sort of feel I have for the other guy, tiredness, whether I wanted to stay in etc. Rationally, to me, it looks like whatever he had been waiting for has turned up.
 
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wow what's with all the bashing of his play? He called preflop to set mine, plenty of chips behind and apparently some implied odds. He missed the flop but he was getting 13.5 to 1. Hell that's almost pot odds to call hoping to hit the 2-outer, although it's not quite. Then he hits it, time to cash in on the implied odds. An apparent blank river, any A stacks here, easy river call, just kinda sucks.
 
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This thread demonstrates exactly why you shouldn't post results in HA threads.
 
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