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Just for a laugh - Sun Jan 05, 2003, 03:29 AM
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Thief 21 dealt down Ts Ad
gutshooter posts the small blind $75
MR KEGWEISER posts the big blind $150
lonestar folds
delta234 folds
Thief 21 raises $225 to $375
Big.Ben folds
daisy777 folds
Major calls $375
Pokergoddess folds
gutshooter calls $300
>>>DEALING FLOP<<< [ Ac 9h 4s ]
gutshooter checks
Thief 21 bets $225
Major calls $225
gutshooter folds
>>>DEALING TURN<<< [ 6s ]
Thief 21 bets $675
Major calls $675
>>>DEALING RIVER<<< [ 6d ]
Thief 21 bets $600
Major raises $975 to $1,575
Thief 21 called time
Thief 21 calls $975
Major shows cards 5h 6h
Major wins $6,225
Major won with three of a kind, sixes
Starting hand #12373778
Sun Jan 05, 2003, 05:18 AM
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What's the point of the post?

Over in another thread people are discussing why raising with AT on deep money (even with better position than you had here) is a bad move, and it's true. You 'made your hand' when the A flopped, then bet around 200 into a 1000 pot? You're losing to AK,AQ,AJ or Ax 2-pair, never mind a set. The whole hand is a great example of why trap hands like this should be avoided (except the unnatural daftness of the winning hand) .And, yeah , Major does that kind of stuff. That's the way it is.
Sun Jan 05, 2003, 07:18 AM
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thief as we were disscussing on the table last night it would have been wrong to fold any hand to the flop bet it was just a plain stupid bet.
the turn bet wasnt much better giving a player 5-1 odds to call is not how NLHE is played.

apart from calling the preflop bet major played the hand the way i would of.
Sun Jan 05, 2003, 12:04 PM
Deleted user
I found the funny thing to be that Gutshooter folded.....lmao
Sun Jan 05, 2003, 01:23 PM
Deleted user
I don't remember saying that the other player did anything wrong in my post. The reason was just for a laugh, you can laugh at me if you want.

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