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/Dec/2012

UK IPT Div 1. double 95% suckout on final table

By: figaroo2 @ 05:41 (EST) / 300 / Comment ( 1 )

I'm a regular in the UKIPT division 1 and have taken it down about once a month since July.

 

Last night I had a good run and finished 3rd. what was highly unusual was the following three hands all against the same player 'mick barr'

This lucky sod managed to survive firstly being dominated AQ v A8 all in and then managed to hit sets twice with me at least 92% favafter the flop... I admit i was behind at the start of the hands but the two suck outs were at the final table short handed and i wasn't laying down any ace to this lag player at that stage of the tourney.

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that man owes me

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