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Hand History - Fri May 16, 2014, 04:20 AM
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Serenity5639's Avatar
Since: Jul 2013
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PokerStars Hand #116248296909: Tournament #910728361, 1FPP Hold'em No Limit - Level VI (400/800) - 2014/05/16 3:32:42 ET Table '910728361 22' 6-max Seat #3 is the button Seat 1: dd-llp (1100 in chips) Seat 2: ajoprise (11800 in chips) Seat 3: dobre5star (12300 in chips) Seat 4: Serenity5639 (6310 in chips) Seat 5: al ukr 55 (1100 in chips) Seat 6: ericusp (1100 in chips)
dd-llp: posts the ante 160
ajoprise: posts the ante 160
dobre5star: posts the ante 160
Serenity5639: posts the ante 160
al ukr 55: posts the ante 160
ericusp: posts the ante 160
Serenity5639: posts small blind 400
al ukr 55: posts big blind 800
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Serenity5639 [As 4s]
ericusp: raises 140 to 940 and is all-in
dd-llp: calls 940 and is all-in
ajoprise: calls 940
dobre5star: calls 940
Serenity5639: calls 540
al ukr 55: calls 140 and is all-in
*** FLOP *** [Jc 9d 4h]
Serenity5639: checks
ajoprise: bets 6600
dobre5star: folds
Serenity5639: calls 5210 and is all-in
Uncalled bet (1390) returned to ajoprise
*** TURN *** [Jc 9d 4h] [9c]
*** RIVER *** [Jc 9d 4h 9c] [2h]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Serenity5639: shows [As 4s] (two pair, Nines and Fours)
ajoprise: shows [Js 9s] (a full house, Nines full of Jacks) ajoprise collected 10420 from side pot al ukr 55: shows [2c Ks] (two pair, Nines and Deuces)
ericusp: shows [5h 5s] (two pair, Nines and Fives)
dd-llp: shows [Ac Tc] (a pair of Nines)
ajoprise collected 6600 from main pot
Serenity5639 finished the tournament in 100th place dd-llp finished the tournament in 101st place al ukr 55 finished the tournament in 101st place ericusp finished the tournament in 101st place
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 17020 Main pot 6600. Side pot 10420. | Rake 0 Board [Jc 9d 4h 9c 2h] Seat 1: dd-llp showed [Ac Tc] and lost with a pair of Nines Seat 2: ajoprise showed [Js 9s] and won (17020) with a full house, Nines full of Jacks Seat 3: dobre5star (button) folded on the Flop Seat 4: Serenity5639 (small blind) showed [As 4s] and lost with two pair, Nines and Fours Seat 5: al ukr 55 (big blind) showed [2c Ks] and lost with two pair, Nines and Deuces Seat 6: ericusp showed [5h 5s] and lost with two pair, Nines and Fives
 
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Fri May 16, 2014, 04:30 AM
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Since: Jun 2012
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Sometimes the A4s doesn't hold

If you're going to play the hand you have to shove pre-flop, you're still getting called anyway, because this is a 1FPP tournament and very shallow stacks to boot, but its better than calling a decent % of your stack and then folding if you completely miss.
 
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Sun Jul 13, 2014, 10:25 PM
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Since: Jun 2011
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Call me crazy, but I'd probably pass here. You're getting amazing pot odds, but with less than 8 BBs, you probably wanna look for a spot where you can be the first one to enter the pot with a shove all in. You don't wanna be calling with such a short stack, hoping to hit the flop, then check/folding when you miss (which costs precious chips), or getting it all in with something that looks good but is actually second best (which costs you your tournament life). It's shove or fold here, I think.
 

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