Rage All-in

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Have you guys ever lost to an obvious rage All-in? Meaning when a player, usually after losing a hand to a bad beat bets all-in in anger? What are the odds that the same player comes up with an :ad4::as4: the next hand??? Share your experience.
 
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I have only called a Rage All-in if I actually have a good chance of winning for that very reason. I have gotten a monster after loosing a big hand.
 
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This happens when the player has no control over his nerves and mind. I have lost many times with very strong hands to the worst hands, but I still waited for a better hand to reach me to continue.
 
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how do you know it's a rage all-in?

maybe they know how to quickly adjust to their new stack size?

the odds of someone being dealt an ace/x hand after a loss is exactly the same as being dealt an ace/x hand in any other situation.
 
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These situations happen very often. The player loses and starts pushing everything in a row. He can have absolutely any card, even a pocket pair. But it leads to destruction in most cases because of the lack of control and power of the spirit. The chances of beating such players are always high.
 
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many people are subject to emotions and after a bad beat he shoves any hand and if he wins with it, then he can play optimally
 
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I have faked a rage all in. If I get a monster hand after a really bad beat, I will often shove my stack rather than a typical raise.

If I have a marginal hand after someone loses most their chips, I'll fold. Too much chance the loser will shove what's left of his stack. If I don't plan to call, I'll not enter. However, if I get a monster after someone loses all their chips, I'll raise just enough that if villain shoves, I can still raise again.
 
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I had to throw the remainder of my chips after losing a significant part of my stack and in 1 case out of 4 I managed to win the all-in. A good card did not always come across. So you can call all-in if you have enough stack.
 
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All in tilt raise seems to reward bad play. I've done it myself sometimes.
 
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What bothers me the most, you have your bingo players all in everyhand, I'll wait but throwing away good hands, my patients wear, so next one, I go, lol but thats only rage I go
 
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Avoiding emotional All-In’s

I try to avoid calling an All-in that’s clearly because the player is emotionally reacting to a recent hand. Unless my cards are great and I have the stack to cover the tilted players All-in I tend to fold to emotional push. It’s too much of a coin flip to call an All-in against a player who is pushing just because they’re fed up
 
Gaviria8

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Yeah, many times playing online MTT's. I've lost to players making re-entry and they start going crazy with all ins. Sometimes I was the guy re-buying and going all in with any two.
 
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I was playing in a cash game in Las Vegas. Just before the hand was dealt, one player stands up and shouts that he just won $30,000 on a college football game. The next hand he went all in with 8,6 offsuit against my pocket Kings...well, you know what's coming...flops a 6 and 8 to win a huge hand and send me packing...he even said he was only going all in because of the huge sports bet win.
 
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Play disciplined call only in position or with streng hand
 
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If you ignore such attacks of opponents and play with a good card then there is no reason to worry.
 
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Have you guys ever lost to an obvious rage All-in? Meaning when a player, usually after losing a hand to a bad beat bets all-in in anger? What are the odds that the same player comes up with an :ad4::as4: the next hand??? Share your experience.



I think I know what I'm saying, that move that we all in when a previous hand is lost when the chance of winning was clear, at that moment I try to take a deep breath and be patient, I've done that a lot, usually when after this event came the bizarre hands of K2, 82, or something like that, and the most egacious I have ever won some !!! oaiuhe oaIUeh aoIUeha U but now I try to take a deep breath and be patient.

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I myself lost to such players and they lost to me when I lost most of my stack and played any card in anger. Most amazingly, on the third hand, I won with a weak hand, or I had a good hand. There is only one conclusion, such a game leads to complete failure and loss.
 
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