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6th Loss in a Row with this hand..what can I Do?? - Wed Mar 09, 2011, 10:34 PM
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Somebody pleeeeassse give me some advice. I have tried to bet big, bet small, just call, but this is my 6th loss in a row with this. Last time I lost was to a 68.

 
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Wed Mar 09, 2011, 10:43 PM
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I find those AK>AA hands the worst to take.
Cant really say much about this hand,but I would like to see the ones you limped or bet weak!
Would be easier to track down a leak if you do have one.

I went through a stage like this and it is really demoralizing.
Would help when posting these hands if people give us a read of the table or stats from a hud/hem.
Goes a long way and helps narrow the problem.
 
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Wed Mar 09, 2011, 10:54 PM
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You overbet and got a caller. doesn't get any better than that.
 
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Wed Mar 09, 2011, 11:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Dirtyrubberz View Post
I find those AK>AA hands the worst to take.
Cant really say much about this hand,but I would like to see the ones you limped or bet weak!
Would be easier to track down a leak if you do have one.

I went through a stage like this and it is really demoralizing.
Would help when posting these hands if people give us a read of the table or stats from a hud/hem.
Goes a long way and helps narrow the problem.
Hey dirty...the stats are..2nd hand I got....lol...and an early out. I wish I could find the one that I went up against 86. The flop came 855 and he checked, I bet all in and he called, to catch a 7 turn, 9 river.
 
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Thu Mar 10, 2011, 12:36 AM
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Eric, the answer is ALL IN why, there is no need
You do this very often and there is no need
With a 3 or 4 bet, you would of seen the flop with KK and you could of folded depending on his bet.

People think that by going all in, they are protecting their hands....WRONG
Read books and watch pro's play and you'll see that they never go all in

This league is all about all in's, learn to fold
I use to go all in to protect good hands and get beaten by ridiculous hands
I then asked Dave for a good book, bought it and learned that, there is no need for all in's (with exceptions)

You're better off losing 300 chips then losing all. You can rebuild, but if you have no more, you're OUT
 
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Thu Mar 10, 2011, 12:50 AM
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Hi eric,

If u've loss AA 6 times in a row... I would suggest the RNG's got a hard-on 4 u. Am I allow 2 say that?
 
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Thu Mar 10, 2011, 01:08 AM
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Not when we are chasing your ass at the top of the standings
 
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Thu Mar 10, 2011, 06:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Sandtrap777 View Post
Eric, the answer is ALL IN why, there is no need
You do this very often and there is no need
With a 3 or 4 bet, you would of seen the flop with KK and you could of folded depending on his bet.

People think that by going all in, they are protecting their hands....WRONG
Read books and watch pro's play and you'll see that they never go all in

This league is all about all in's, learn to fold
I use to go all in to protect good hands and get beaten by ridiculous hands
I then asked Dave for a good book, bought it and learned that, there is no need for all in's (with exceptions)

You're better off losing 300 chips then losing all. You can rebuild, but if you have no more, you're OUT
I actually just woke up and was thinking that Sandtrap. I have to thank you for the words of avice and although I am always accused of playing too tight, I am thinking that maybe too tight is better than losing them all.
 
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Thu Mar 10, 2011, 07:13 AM
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all in erin?? that is crazy play utg you should raise it up maybe 6 bb if you feel uncomfortable you see a flop andcould make the laydown
 

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