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/Sep/2012

How would you have played these?

By: Pokerific85 @ 09:06 (EDT) / 425 / Comment ( 1 )

Well it was a pretty interesting night at the tables of Pokerstars last night!

Ive got some tasty hands and some not so tasty so get your head around these:

How would you play this hand?

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/613506_7316FDC359

Again i love going up against high cards... Both had AK off and i had possibilities with these cards. Not sure why i called an all in shove but they paid off on the flop

How would you play this hand?

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/613518_291C410DE8

Normally i wouldnt play these cards however for the previous 5 hands all high cards came up... Were talking one time 4 aces hit Flop Turn River! Probability suggested that it was time for the low cards to start coming out so it was a cheap call with my amazing chip stack.

How would you play this hand?

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/613576_EECC17F8EB

It was fair enough for the Pocket QQ to call but what was the guy holding K7(Suited) doing?

Thats it for last night... Going to see how the sunday million turns out... Im sure it'll be more exciting than these hands

Dom xx

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