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/Oct/2015

Beaten with his own cards

By: kellyh5291 @ 20:43 (EDT) / 230 / Comment ( 1 )

So I was in a low roll tournament and one dude decides he will all in every hand. So people started calling him, then he started getting mouthy as he won a few all ins, his stack was now x4 his original stack size and I was x2 my original stack size. I was watching him play when he all-in with KQ off suit against aces which he won. Two hands later I had his exact hand he had against aces, so me being kellyh5291 I thought how cool would it be to beat him with his own hand. So I called it. Damn it totally held up for me and I won only to have I on next hand and totally wipe him out . But that KQ off suit though!!!!!

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