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shocking - Sun Mar 23, 2014, 06:35 AM
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playing in a tourney have pp 7s , 3 other players in the pot one raises i call then one pushes allin by that time im pot commited so i go for it all turn over ace rag so im like good least i stand a chance as theres only one ace out there oh no first card on the flop is a ace
 
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Sun Mar 23, 2014, 06:58 AM
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Fri Mar 28, 2014, 08:28 PM
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playing in a tourney have pp 7s , 3 other players in the pot one raises i call then one pushes allin by that time im pot commited so i go for it all turn over ace rag so im like good least i stand a chance as theres only one ace out there oh no first card on the flop is a ace
how were you committed was it late in the tourney and you were short? I mean like 10-15 bbs short? If that was the case I prefer to just shove my sevens if I am going to play them. If we were deep enough to set mine with 77 I think we can just fold to a shove.

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