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Getting way beyond a joke!!!! - Sun Apr 17, 2011, 12:09 PM
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What's going on at Pokers Stars? Do they have bots collecting as much money as they can before it all goes tits?

Getting hit with these every day at the mo. These are just a nice pair from GOYL.






Last edited by steveisnot; Sun Apr 17, 2011 at 01:08 PM.. Reason: Oops. have to leave them in the replayer!
 
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Sun Apr 17, 2011, 12:28 PM
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they only collect from the rake... so it dont matter who wins the hand
 
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Sun Apr 17, 2011, 12:52 PM
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Think you missed the bot bit.

Not that I'm really believe it. Hate conspiracy theories.

Just blowing off steam.

While I'm here








Think I've ****out from around 80% in all of these. Just in the last day or two.

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Sun Apr 17, 2011, 12:57 PM
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lol steam away
 
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Sun Apr 17, 2011, 03:50 PM
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AQ vs JJ is a coin flip....
 
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Sun Apr 17, 2011, 05:38 PM
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OK....Guess it was a coin flip because of the all in from the start. Was looking at the % before the river.

Bit confused by this one as PT still gives him a 22% chance at the river. A bug I guess. Unless I really don't understand the game.






And yes I should have folded when the 4 came. I did think about the full house, although not the quads!

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Sun Apr 17, 2011, 10:15 PM
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he had trips by the turn, so the 4th four would give him quads or any other card that paired the board would give him a full house. that is another ace, another ten or another six. since there are theoretically 3 sixes 3 tens, 3 aces and 1 four remaining in the deck, it gives him a total 10 outs so that is 10/46 and that is 0.22 or 22%.

Also this one i wouldnt say its a bad beat, since preflop and postflop he was a favourite to win the hand. However your opponent played that hand badly because he gave you a free card when he didnt bet the flop .

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Sun Apr 17, 2011, 11:52 PM
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Could always be worse.

Being a US player (former) I would smile from ear to ear to take these beats and another dozen right about now.
 
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Mon Apr 18, 2011, 04:57 AM
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[QUOTE=gonchi1207;274127]he had trips by the turn, so the 4th four would give him quads or any other card that paired the board would give him a full house. that is another ace, another ten or another six. since there are theoretically 3 sixes 3 tens, 3 aces and 1 four remaining in the deck, it gives him a total 10 outs so that is 10/46 and that is 0.22 or 22%.

How did i not see that

Must stop taking the stupid pills. Blinded by red mist.

Do the first two stand up or were the pills doing they're job there too? Should have pointed out that the villan was running at over 40% vp and had been stealing my blinds.

Thanks for taking the time to set me straight guys.
 
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Mon Apr 18, 2011, 01:49 PM
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yes of course, QQ vs JJ is a bad beat, since he has approx only 2 outs so yes that is a bad beat and a good reason to get angry haha. However AA vs A-10 is just plain sick, u didnt deserve to lose that hand at all xD
 

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