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bad beat?!!??

By: BttredMdgt @ 15:43 (EST) / 174 / Comment ( 1 )

Just got knocked out of the 3 oclock PSO.  Utterly disgusted at the moment.  last hand goes like in the big blind with J8h,  get a 3x from UTG +2 followed by a call from the button ( T T ) , SB folds and actions on me.  holding J8h in the BB 3 handed it seemed liike a good call.  flop comes 9d 7h 10d..beautiful right...well being first to act on the flop i decided to waste no time with the BBS.. i bet 300 into the 450 and the UTG+2 folds and button calls with top set.  turn comes 3h..beautiful, now i have the nut straight and  a flush draw..deciding to bet about half the pot would commit 2/3 of my remaining chips so i shove all in.. snap call from the button..showdown on the river which comes another 3..3c..putting a pair on the board and completing his so irritated at the moment..had to sit out of the other tables i was on and go smoke a cigarette to get off tilt..  was i wrong to comm it so much?? 

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