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From 81% favorite to 0,1% underdog - Mon Jul 01, 2013, 04:55 PM
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ePriit's Avatar
Since: Apr 2012
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Played the whole tourney right and got unlucky.
From 81% favorite to 0,1% underdog after the flop.

 
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Mon Jul 01, 2013, 05:34 PM
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Since: Jun 2012
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I dont think this is a bad beat as far as I would see it.

He had the right odds to call your shove, the squeeze was a little weird from the bb, and conceivable he could have folded to that but maybe there were reads involved.

I think this was more of a cooler. Both you and villain made sound plays. You were just unlucky he outflopped you.
 
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Mon Jul 01, 2013, 05:40 PM
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Since: Oct 2011
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Bad beat [x] (You were a big favourite when the money went in.)

Cooler [x] (QQ is never folding pre.)

Totally standard for KK and QQ to get all in. The big blind is a weirdo.


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Tue Jul 02, 2013, 01:49 PM
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Since: Aug 2010
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KdKs---57.56%

QhQc---18.23%

Ah6s---24.21%


Because it's 3-way and an Ace is in the mix the QQ has the least equity when the money went in. Still not a bad beat really as the QQ did nothing wrong here. Either of the paired hands winning is really going to be more of a cooler,as QQ would be unlucky as well here,running his premium hand right into the very top of your range.

The A6o player? Note them as an any Ace plays donkey and take full advantage of that info down the line,if you see them again. If they'll call 2 shoves with that piece of crap hand then their range is even wider/worse than this.
 

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