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/Jul/2010

Running into a better Full house

By: RCSDStar @ 22:13 (EDT) / 208 / Comment ( 0 )
what a bad day. First my AK (top pair after flop) gets called down with me putting in pot sized raises to the river when the opponent catches a flush. Late tourney...2nd hand, I limp with K9 to a flop of KKJ. Bet, 2x the pot with 1 caller. turn a 9 for a Full house. pot sized bet and call. River Q. he pushs all in (I probably could have folded, but how can you fold a full house with a str8 draw catching the river?) Of course I call and he shows KJ. Down to 20 chips. Split the next pot with AQ, then lose with Q9. After playing so well lately, I run into crap luck. I need to do better tomorrow because I won't be able to hit the last few days of the month. Need to solidify a decent place for a little $$ at least.
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