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One Outer - Wed Apr 06, 2011, 01:37 PM
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This hand was in a $.55 Turbo yesterday. I had been playing very tight (probably too much so).
I had the absolute nuts on the turn, then the poker gods frowned on me big time!!!



After this hand I did recover enough to at least make the money and win back my entry fee.
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 02:28 PM
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wow that is soul crushing..... good to see you didnt tilt and bomb out
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 02:40 PM
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This is not a one out situation. Any K, 6 or 4 (12 outs) makes a boat so there were 13 out of 45 cards that could beat your flush.
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 06:38 PM
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with the flush he had the boat draw

and aq vs a9 when the queen hit he had 8 outs (the 8 or the king, assuming no one tossed them)

ive seen this happen all the time, watch the sunday million replays. at the final table people lose out on thousands of dollars because of horrible beats like this. thats what i try to think when I lose a few bucks here and there, that ya i lose a few bucks to horrible beats but ive seen super horriible suck outs at the sunday million final table so much and these people lose thousands and thousands of dollars because of bad beats
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 06:51 PM
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This is not a one out situation. Any K, 6 or 4 (12 outs) makes a boat so there were 13 out of 45 cards that could beat your flush.
not 13 only 10 3 K's 3 6's 3 4'sand the case 5
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 06:57 PM
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Love the comment "absolute nuts after the turn". Really?

Maybe I need to run through the PokerSchool again?

JT
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 07:34 PM
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Originally Posted by guitaplaya69 View Post
ive seen this happen all the time, watch the sunday million replays. at the final table people lose out on thousands of dollars because of horrible beats like this. thats what i try to think when I lose a few bucks here and there, that ya i lose a few bucks to horrible beats but ive seen super horriible suck outs at the sunday million final table so much and these people lose thousands and thousands of dollars because of bad beats
I was checking out durrr on pokertablerankings.com yesterday and watched a hand replay where he lost $300,000 in a single hand when his KK ran into AA preflop. OUCH!!!! Not a bad beat or anything, but wow!

Hey joy, how did you get two hand replays in the same replayer like that?
 
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Wed Apr 06, 2011, 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by RockerguyAA View Post
I was checking out durrr on pokertablerankings.com yesterday and watched a hand replay where he lost $300,000 in a single hand when his KK ran into AA preflop. OUCH!!!! Not a bad beat or anything, but wow!

Hey joy, how did you get two hand replays in the same replayer like that?
I believe you can get 5.

JT
 
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nutz - Thu Apr 07, 2011, 12:31 AM
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Absolutely right I didn't have the nuts on the turn, but I thought i was a pretty big favorite. Just wanted to show that it can all change with the turn of a card.

Good luck!!
 
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Thu Apr 07, 2011, 07:37 AM
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Yeah you were a big favorite with the nut flush, but just keep in mind that any time there is a paired board, someone can always have a full house or quads, so a flush is not the absolute nuts.
 

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