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Starting hand #12676946 - Tue Jan 14, 2003, 01:04 PM
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Starting hand #12676946


No limit holdem sat

midle of the game - 6 players

i had around 3 to 4k...blinds 150 / 300

i raise one bb in early midle positon with 77

button reraises 300

i call (as i remember at leats 1 or 2 more call to the flop)

flop comes with low cards and a 7

button goes all in and i call him

he had KK and busted on that hand

some discussion about the way the hand was played and if it was a bad beat

sorry but i was playing 2 tables (one final) and cant rememeber exactly the hand with all details

the KK was played by cardster and i told him that i would put the hand here so we may discusse that in detail

thanx for your oppinions about the play

spades


i come here cause i dont wanna argue with ironside about puting players names on my post about the hands

if this is to complex i will stick to my old system..lets see
 
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Tue Jan 14, 2003, 03:02 PM
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as soon as the staff get time they will put the hand up for analysis
 
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Re: Starting hand #12676946 - Tue Jan 14, 2003, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by "spades"
i come here cause i dont wanna argue with ironside about puting players names on my post about the hands

if this is to complex i will stick to my old system..lets see
Why?
Ironside loves arguing :lol:
Darn rebellious Scot !!

cheers
 
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Wed Jan 15, 2003, 02:18 PM
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no way glenn

i dont argue with ironside cause he will gimme a hard time at the tables calling my raises with J4o 8O and busting me out :evil:

not the 1st time and not the last one for sure

so i will try to keep him in a goot mood :)

spades 8)
 

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