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QQ no no - Mon May 30, 2011, 10:50 PM
PLaws62's Avatar
Since: Apr 2011
Posts: 329
this guy was playing very loose ,calling a lot of all ins ,was early and i figured my bad streak had to end when the first bet i went along ,dont think it would have changed the rest going all in,
i realy hate pocet pairs

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ah well might have some plus points from the last match one out of three is improving ,
Mon May 30, 2011, 11:19 PM
Moxie Pip's Avatar
Since: Aug 2010
Posts: 3,853
Are you referring to Legends with that statement? Because if he's who you had down as being loose and prone to a wide range then I probably would have jammed over top of his bet bet here instead of flatting. It's like that QQ hand the other day---If you aren't giving this guy credit for AA or KK then you can't let him see the flop that cheap when you're ahead---put the pressure on him.

Of course all that's basically moot because you have the "genius" A-rag monkey behind you jamming with A5o,stands to figure he'd calling a jam by you with that trash as well. I mean,what the Hell,he has an ace. How can he lose,right? Can't say as I like Greasy's call with 44 here either. He's gotta know at that point that his 4's are no good,I mean 2 7x bets and a jam and he doesn't think one of you (at least) may have a better pocket pair? Come on.

So my only beef with anything you did here would be that if you had Legends made as loose with a wide range then I would have gotten it in then and there. But as I said in this case I doubt it would have mattered given the horrific plays behind you.

Always sickening to see Ace-rag plays rewarded like that,but make notes and pray to the poker Gods that you see him down the line (hopefully with cash on the table ).

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