Kings v Kings

thedarkman

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Here is an amusing hand - three pairs out, two of them kings. Has anyone ever seen more than three pairs? I think I saw five a long time ago. Can't remember what won.
 

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AizenFalck

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I think the only time I remember seeing something like this was Aces against aces and someone else was holding Queens, and I remember it well because despite being one of those who had aces, I lost because the other carrier of aces formed a flush. Regards.
 
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Yes i remember few times being in such situation, and actually i both won and lost.
Sometimes it was flush for me sometimes for my opponent. Was some QQ vs QQ, or aces i don't remember.
Sick indeed.
 
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I also happended to me. I had Js and Op.1 10s/ Op.2 KKs/ Op.3 AA and we lost from 10s.....
 
Alekxandrovi3

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I had such situations. At me and at my table.
 
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Apparently you just started playing poker. I have been playing for more than two years and I see such situations almost every week. I saw more than 5 couples.
 
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The last tournament I played I had AA and was all in pre flop against KK, QQ and 99. Was able to 4x up and had a nice finish. Don’t see that very often though especially when one of the pairs are the same.
 
ferocious

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i have played thousands of hands so these situations are common
 
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A common situation, I see it very often)
 
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I think the only time I remember seeing something like this was Aces against aces and someone else was holding Queens, and I remember it well because despite being one of those who had aces, I lost because the other carrier of aces formed a flush. Regards.
Hi Carlos! I won with AA vs AA got flush. That was my first and the only time I've seen it.
 
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I remember one hand I played in a tournament at PS, about 9-10 years ago. There were 6 pocket pairs, and all went all-in preflop. And the key factor why this hand was so memorable was that it was NOT a freeroll tournament.

I had a short stack and open shoved TT from UTG2. Other players had: AA, 33, 77, TT and jacks. Yes, I ended up drawing dead))) weirdly enough, Aces held in that hand.:D:D:D
 
LadderingUp

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Whats wild is when you get the same hand dealt to you at multiple tables at the same time. Weird lol.
 
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This is due to the fact that many players are unable to fold with pocket pairs on the preflop. So they just push all in and wait for their two outs. This happens often.
 
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That kind of situations happens a lot. Craziest i have ever seen was AA, KK, QQ and JJ all in in one hand and JJ won at the AKQTx board :)
Few weeks ago i was short stack and called 2 all ins (i had TT). They both had AA and i won hitting a set :)
 
shim36

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I see this a lot. This is a scene that easily shows the dangers of pocket pairs. I'm having a hard time getting off.
 
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AA vs AA, cash game, all in with 2$. Of course, opponent won with a flush... Typical and very depressing.
 
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The more you play every day at several tables, you see more and more interesting and funny combinations to the point of tears, most often in which you lose on the river against some stupid different combinations from your opponents.
 
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