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/Aug/2014

Omaha ha ha ha ha ha.....

By: fuzzmuff @ 19:57 (EDT) / 282 / Comment ( 0 )

Not blogged for a while but had to purge myself of this.

After a few hours play on a day that consisted of cracked aces and kings on the main site, the trend continued in the August PSO Home Games.

Went out of the NL Event 26 with AA v JJ all in pf losing a huge pot when my opponent spiked one of his two outers on the flop.

Then in the PLO Event 27, I went out with AAAQ v KJJ5 after all the chips went in for a huge pot on an action flop of AJ2, after he spiked his miracle one outer J on the turn for quad jacks.

Gotta laugh I suppose.

Time for beer and ice cream and a movie to calm my skin down.

Oh, and now it seems the hand replayer is not showing all the cards (on my PC anyway). The first card on the flop should be Ad. (Hand history is available)

Must be one of those days.

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