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AA vs KK vs QQ - Fri Aug 12, 2011, 07:24 PM
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So I was playing at my local game down at the snooker club, and I saw one of the craziest hands I've ever seen, it took 5 bets to get it all in between 3 players and after a load OMG everyone from my table stopped playing mid-hand to look over and see what was going on on, as you may have guessed from the title one guy had QQ the other KK and the last AA! It was pretty funny to watch and amazingly aces held up!!!! The guy with Queens wasn't very happy at all but the man with kings laughed it off and ended up cashing after being left with next to nothing, UNTILTABLE in my book
 
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Fri Aug 12, 2011, 07:41 PM
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Sat Aug 13, 2011, 03:26 AM
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Ha, the three best starting hands in poker vs. each other ...wonder whatb the math odds are?

a couple months ago I saw someones quads vs. quads. it was jacks vs. kings. both people had pocket pairs , flop was jjk then like a 7or something and then a king on the river. gotta feel for the guy with the jacks huh. but yeah, u gotta laugh about it too, even if u had the jacks. its all good.

ironically a 3rd guy went all in with the two quads...he had a7 or aa or something....it was a sick hand to watch.....

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Sat Aug 13, 2011, 07:07 AM
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It was crazy I don't know what the odds are but i would be interested to see. It was a very odd night though the bubble burst with the guy hitting his flush only for a full house to beat him very unlucky but i suppose that's poker
 

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