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Been playing this game about a year and a half and this is my story
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/Apr/2013

Umm, yeah, about this hand....

By: bhoylegend @ 18:12 (EDT) / 361 / Comment ( 0 )

Some times you just play a hand so bad that you almost (Not even close really) want to hunt the person down and give them the pot because you just knew you were behind yeah went ahead and did it anyway. This hand is an example of that:

Yes, it was an all low card deck, but the guy who 3bet pre was a tight player. 2% 3bet over 87 hands so enough to give an indication that he isnt likely to be doing this light.

I miss the flop with a hand that I turned into a set mine, went for a check raise on the flop, lead the turn and called his shove all while believing I was behind. I can justify the call of the eventual all-in because the pot odds were right for it even though the hand equity wasnt.

This was at the end of a 1533 hand session - lose this and I was on a $10+ loss for the day after a FH over FH cooler. I sucked out and ended the session quite amazing with $0.00 so show for the session. I broke exactly even.

I hope the guy I did this to didnt get to tilted.

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