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Have you ever seen this one? - Tue Jan 07, 2003, 04:54 AM
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To whom it may concern,


I was playing in the 12:30 a.m. "warm-up" this morning when I caught the most unbeleivable back to back hands I have ever seen. I am not a lucky person by nature so that is why these hands fascinate me so much. It was very early in the tournament so the blinds and such don't really matter. In early position with pocket nines I limp in and get to see the flop for cheap. Flop comes with two nines. I meagerly play my hand without a showdown and make a small profit. No big deal. The very next hand under the gun I get dealt A 4 of diamonds. I once again limp, like I like to do, and the flop comes with a 4 and a diamond. I decide to play the hand once around to see what happens and I get another 4 on the turn. I check raise and get a guy heads up. Sure enough, a 4 comes on the river giving me my second quad hand in a row. Needless to say, I got all my chips in and took down a very nice pot. My question to you all is have you ever seen any thing like that in your life? I know I haven't.


later, B~~~
 
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Tue Jan 07, 2003, 05:35 AM
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Never seen 2 quads running before Bdog, but in live games I've seen quad queens beat by quad kings, also seen a royal flush on the board.
 

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