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KK one outer cooler - Thu Nov 22, 2012, 02:33 PM
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Just a one outer cooler

This hand was in a 1 dollar turbo knockout MTT. I could complain about things being unfair. Or, perhaps I should ask myself how I got so short stacked to begin with... Sometimes the cards just don't fall our way. "Right move, wrong result" happens to us all

Happy Thanksgiving!


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Fri Nov 23, 2012, 09:34 AM
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not truely a 1 outer, but point taken ro.
post flop they each had 5 outs to suck out on ya (9 total between em) and just the most unlikely 1 of 9 hit the board. your " why I was so short at this point" question is very valid though. for me, it's a "lol nh" in chat and fire up the next one. then i'll wipe the tears away privately.


May the tinfoil protect you. MT

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Sat Nov 24, 2012, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by mtnestegg View Post
not truely a 1 outer, but point taken ro.
post flop they each had 5 outs to suck out on ya (9 total between em) and just the most unlikely 1 of 9 hit the board. your " why I was so short at this point" question is very valid though. for me, it's a "lol nh" in chat and fire up the next one. then i'll wipe the tears away privately.
Yeah, I knew it wasnt a real one outer, but it felt like that LOL! I was curious if anyone would notice. Bad beats often have more to do with our perception of them than with reality...

Im glad u noticed

GL!
Roland GTX
 

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