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just another one - Tue Jul 19, 2011, 02:17 PM
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471,918,294 games 438.063 secs 1,077,284 games/sec

Board:
Dead:

equity win tie pots won pots tied
Hand 0: 47.045% 46.96% 00.09% 221622664 429682.50 { KcKd }
Hand 1: 17.871% 17.78% 00.09% 83922222 429682.50 { QcQh }
Hand 2: 19.744% 19.66% 00.09% 92764229 429682.50 { Ac9h }
Hand 3: 15.340% 15.25% 00.09% 71976396 429682.50 { 8d8h }

flop:
88,600,832 games 75.581 secs 1,172,263 games/sec

Board: 8s Th 3c
Dead:

equity win tie pots won pots tied
Hand 0: 09.756% 09.76% 00.00% 8648783 0.00 { KcKd }
Hand 1: 09.382% 09.39% 00.00% 8317671 0.00 { QcQh }
Hand 2: 04.875% 04.88% 00.00% 4322004 0.00 { Ac9h }
Hand 3: 75.987% 76.03% 00.00% 67363980 0.00 { 8d8h }


who won ?? of course ...

i know i shouldnt go in after i saw 3 bets but i knew they dont hold better hand than i do. and i was overpair to the board and anyway i was commited from start of that hand.. couldnt fold KK just couldnt
another -points to league
wont make 1500 this way... and folding all hands till there is 8000 ppl gone from tourney is not possible i will have no chips to play with and no hands to try catchup... dunno
 
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Tue Jul 19, 2011, 02:30 PM
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huh, i think i would of just shoved my kings after the raise you made, the only one that could really call you would be the QQ, Or is this PSO?
 
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Tue Jul 19, 2011, 02:31 PM
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thats the problem.. PSO
 
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Tue Jul 19, 2011, 02:34 PM
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Originally Posted by dog4life11RG View Post
thats the problem.. PSO
Haha, theres so many whiners on here complaining about the PSO, i'm not saying you're one of them but it happens just too often lol
 
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Wed Jul 20, 2011, 08:15 AM
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You should have reshoved instead of flatting preflop obviously, then it's an easy fold on the flop with all that action. This isn't a bad beat since you got it in with the 2nd best hand and lost...

Last edited by Hen-Golden; Wed Jul 20, 2011 at 08:17 AM..
 
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Wed Jul 20, 2011, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Hen-Golden View Post
You should have reshoved instead of flatting preflop obviously, then it's an easy fold on the flop with all that action. This isn't a bad beat since you got it in with the 2nd best hand and lost...
2nd best hand? i'm pretty sure KK was ahead preflop
 
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Wed Jul 20, 2011, 04:18 PM
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2nd best hand? i'm pretty sure KK was ahead preflop
C'mon, I invite you to make an effort and read my comment carefully, trying to understand it.
 
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Wed Jul 20, 2011, 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Hen-Golden View Post
You should have reshoved instead of flatting preflop obviously, then it's an easy fold on the flop with all that action. This isn't a bad beat since you got it in with the 2nd best hand and lost...
Not only that, but that was a pretty weak initial raise with 2 early position limpers in the pot already.

Flatting the reraise, then checking the flop, was just plain weak.

If that's how you normally play KK, I hope to see you at a table with me soon.
 

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