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Quads are not always invincible - Thu Mar 10, 2011, 04:56 AM
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Thought this was an interesting, long shot kind of hand. At least it was not in the WSOP Main Event like happened to one dude. Decided to not post this in the bad beat section because I am not complaining; I was not going to fold in that spot heads up anyways and still finished 2nd.

Feel free to discuss any similar situations where a real monster hand (and not just AA) got cracked

One lesson learned...I will never fist pump when I hit quads until the hand is complete.

 
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Thu Mar 10, 2011, 06:33 AM
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Oh that hurts just to watch be replayed... Gotta hate when the 1 outers get hit like that.
 
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Thu Mar 10, 2011, 07:04 AM
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Since: May 2010
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you need some tissues sir???
jeez that is sick!!

ok how about this so last week im holding JJ on the button in a 2/5 cent cash game i raise it up to 4 bb BB calls flop JJ9 i wet myself i do a little jig.

all of a sudden as ive checked bb shoves all in for $4 im holding $6 i press call with a big fat cheesy grin he turns over KK turn Q river 10 he hits a str8 flush !!!!
 

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