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Did I lose this one? - Sat Aug 13, 2011, 10:19 AM
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Since: Jan 2011
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Top pair top kicker on the flop, nut flush on the turn and top straight on the river. Not that he needed it by then. Shame the turn and river were not the other way around really.

That's really beaten!

Got to love the creativity of choas!

BTW Was short stacked due to my pocket AA's being cracked by 67o.

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Sat Aug 13, 2011, 11:19 AM
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For me, I'd only play mid pairs like 7's in a late position with no raises. UTG I probably wouldn't even think about it, just in case exactly what happened, happens. After Kamms re raise, it is hands down, a fold, given he doesn't have quite as bad a chip situation as you and has position. Plus, you still have 19BB. For me, the only time anything less than pocket pairs or picture/picture is an all in hand is when you have less than a 5-10BB chipstack.

That said, however, I appreciate how it feels to loose a fat chunk of chips and want to shove on any decent pair to win your chips back fast. And to be fair
 
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Sat Aug 13, 2011, 12:28 PM
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Talk about overkill....lol
 

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