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My most idiotic play - Sat Mar 26, 2011, 05:26 PM
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This will probably give the wrong impression but need to share it, the importance of not being distracted...............................

I had moved up the leaderboard and was poised probably for some whitestar money, I was playing tight and even tossed a few speculative hands since we had an all-inner at the table.

Anyway, I'm BB and got to limp-in holding 9,8 o (and consequently was getting interupted by kid and playing another table at the same time, well the flop came KQJ, 2 suites, the board checked around turn was a 6 blank, valued bet 100, 2 called 1 folded, river was another blank, knowing my pocket KK's were good I put in a bet a bet of $400, one folded other raised me all in so I called he had trip 6 's and................he won............I had nothing, was playing my pocket KK's from other table and to top story, not even drunk.
 
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Sat Mar 26, 2011, 05:30 PM
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Yea I miss click a lot to when I multi table. Don't really have any problems multing two tables but I guess the kid could have been a factor. Just chalk it up as an oopsie moment, wouldn't really consider it idiotic, just an accident. It happens!
 
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Sun Mar 27, 2011, 08:41 AM
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The other day I was in a turney and played K9 even though I was down to like 12BB. (1st mistake) The flop was J72, loose player made c-bet and I called. (mistake 2). I was wondering why I chose to play that hand, and wondered if I was even able to commit if a k had flopped and was raised. Turn was a 10. Everyone checked, me too. I just wanted to be done with this hand. River was Q everyone checked it down. Didnt realize I had a st8 until the chips came sliding my way.(duh) (mistake 3) . I don't know if I woulda had calllers or not had I bet, but I sure felt stupid anyway.
 

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