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Panicky Shares His Beats - Fri Mar 11, 2011, 11:30 PM
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Is this a bad beat? Thanks for your analysis.

 
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Sat Mar 12, 2011, 07:32 AM
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Check on the turn was neat. I do not know why he called your big reraise on the river. With 2 sevens on the board you had to have at least three sevens, with your bet, more than likely a better house. The four of a kind rubbed salt into the wound.

These levels are beyond me at the moment: I got completely wiped the other night. I was simply out of my depth and could not get a read at all on the 9 table games. At one table I sat for an hour, without anyone seeing a flop. 5x raises, 5x reraises, raiser wins.

When I eventually did get involved, I was sucked out on so many hands, where I was way in front until the river, that I wanted to cry. How can someone invest a 25$ reraise on the flop with the board showing 2D, 10C, 10D holding Kc and 7d. Off course he got runner, runner,diamonds against my A,10. There were equally bad beats but I have decided to blank them like a bad dream.

Just watch yourself at this level Panicky; it can eat you up and spit you out if you are not careful.
 
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?? - Sat Mar 12, 2011, 08:40 AM
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sicc brag-- nice hand-- bad beat-- no-- sqlal is never ahead in the hand-- gl monk..
 
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?? - Sat Mar 12, 2011, 08:40 AM
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duplicate-

Last edited by monkeyskunk4; Sat Mar 12, 2011 at 08:49 AM..
 
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Sat Mar 12, 2011, 08:46 AM
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Great hand dude but be very careful at that limit....as squial found out bust can come fast lol
 
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Sat Mar 12, 2011, 12:10 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by monkeyskunk4 View Post
sicc brag
True, I don't think I realized how much of a brag it was when I posted. It was rough for the other guy, though.

And yes, these tables can be tricky. I'm being careful, and I think I'm good enough at the moment to avoid lots of big losses. Hopefully I won't have to move down.
 
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Wed Mar 16, 2011, 02:22 AM
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Originally Posted by PanickyPoker View Post
Is this a bad beat? Thanks for your analysis.


NOPE...YOU PLAYED SMALL pp LIKE UR SUPPOSED TO..SEE THE FLOP CHEAP HIT TRIPS OR QUADS AND DRAG THE POT...GH
 
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Fri Mar 18, 2011, 12:14 AM
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Hey Panicky,

Can't say it was a bad beat when it was his error to call your enormous raise on the river...he had to know you at least had him beat even with the FH. Honestly, I see a guy who thought you were bluffing, called you out on it, and lost to the superior hand. That and/or there is a blog by BUDA , in which you've obviously suceeded at, or the guy wouldn't have taken the bait and called you on the river in the first place, would he?

No...not a bad beat at all...not even close to one.

And not that I'm trying to inflate your ego or nothing...but you've given me a lot of great advice since I started playing, and having played you and seen you play...I have to agree...you're up to playing the level you are, no worries.

Twister
 
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Fri Mar 18, 2011, 12:40 AM
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Thanks for the kind words Twister. And I might have been ego-stroking a bit by posting this. Although after looking at it, this does seem to point to the human tendency to never fold boats.

Hopefully I can keep 'em coming (but not post them all).
 

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