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hate those runners - Wed Oct 12, 2011, 04:17 PM
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this a 1,10 30k rebuy after the rebuy and i thought the total idiot where gone but hell was i wrong!!

and then my top 1 anger management issue!! runner runner suckouts!



 
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Wed Oct 12, 2011, 04:42 PM
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my case i wouldnt even called with 44 preflop, its a group 3 hand and you have to put at least 1/5th of your stack in. Seems you have an average stack with close to 20 BB so no worries.

Three of a kind 4's is a nice hand to play, I would of gone all in as well. these things happen, in the long shot you will win more times then you lose.
 
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Wed Oct 12, 2011, 04:50 PM
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I WOULD HAVE NEVER CALLED PREFLOP OR GONE ALL IN
GOOD LUCK


 
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Mon Oct 24, 2011, 03:35 PM
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anybody lets say with AA would have called on preflop and lost or what do you do fold, some days you"ll hit your card some others no..preflop is allways luck.......no skills there im I right or wrong?
 
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Mon Oct 24, 2011, 03:44 PM
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I like how you played it.. they gave you ridiculous odds to call, you got your money in with the best hand and got majorly sucked out on...ignore all the fold pre nits lol
 
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Mon Oct 24, 2011, 04:54 PM
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8k into a 50k pot, I'd have called with 4/4 pre-flop too. Even if you fold after the flop you still have 15 odd BB's.

Well played, just (and this is said far too often in Poker) very unlucky..
 
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Tue Oct 25, 2011, 06:51 AM
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I would not have called pre-flop. Too many entered the pot with 4x raise (!). I do not believe that 44 is that strong after all. Post flop given the line you took I would have done the same and shove it all.
 
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Tue Oct 25, 2011, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by 77wopke77 View Post
this a 1,10 30k rebuy after the rebuy and i thought the total idiot where gone but hell was i wrong!!

and then my top 1 anger management issue!! runner runner suckouts!




well look on the bright side.... that guy must be sponsored by nike!!lol

played your hand optimally, just got seriously ul. get rrrrrrr next time
 
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Tue Oct 25, 2011, 08:30 PM
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I WOULD HAVE NEVER CALLED PREFLOP OR GONE ALL IN
GOOD LUCK


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I like how you played it.. they gave you ridiculous odds to call, you got your money in with the best hand and got majorly sucked out on...ignore all the fold pre nits lol

@Roomik

Meh,M is 7.66. I'm not sold on the idea of set mining by putting another 16% of my stack in the middle. And OOP to boot. 16% of my stack more isn't nearly the range I like to set mine on personally. Not a terrible call pre and I can see the logic in it both ways but a very sticky call here IMO. Not as sticky to fold to me and that would have been my play personally.

@Dennis

Not shove post flop? Are you wearing that chainmail hat too tight or what? 100% auto-shove post. He hit his dream flop and has over 20% of his stack in the middle already. When in the Blue Hell would you advocate putting your chips in the middle if not here?
 

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