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/Jul/2011

Karma?

By: fuzzyamp @ 13:46 (EDT) / 244 / Comment ( 1 )

Now it's my turn to benefit from someone else's relatively bad loss. 3rd hand in a tourney, sitting in the BB with QQ. I wasn't going to go all-in this time. I thought that I wanted to get a significant bet in but not the all-in. One raise went in for 5BB and I started to think that would fine for me to see the flop. The SB re-raised I only called that raise. The original raiser went all-in and the SB followed suit. I figured one of them had KK or AA making me a big underdog. But I still called. The original raiser did have the AA and the re-raiser had 55. The flop came A and 2 spades. I had the only spade. Hit both runners to make the flush. Pretty long odds against that one. So I guess that makes up for the last post. I parlayed those chips into a finish of about 600th place. That's my best finish to date.

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