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Bad card day.... - Sat Dec 21, 2002, 05:09 PM
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You gotta laff :lol: (my first ever bad beat post )

Early in BOII, 3 limpers, I limp with 44 on the button
Flop is K:d:4:d:5:c:
EPP bets a fairish amount. I put him on a K or flush draw and call. Headsup.
Turn is 5:d:, making my boat. He bets 2K. I call, slaughtering his stupid flush (would he bet out with quad 5's, or limp with KK pre-flop? Nah. 54? Nah)
River is an offsuit A. He bets his stack which I call.
He has A5o. Ah well. That was hard to read :roll:

A little later the blinds are still fairly low and I'm down to 3k or so, same player is among 3 limpers. I have KK in the BB and bet all-in. He calls with KQo (?) and the board comes 8QQ8x. Exit me.
5 minutes later he's out, having dumped about 12k in 3 hands.

I go and play a NLHE sat. Early on it's folded to me in the SB with KQ. I raise the tiny pot, get called by the BB. Flop is KQ2o. I check, BB goes all-in and I call. He has JTo and the turn is a 9.

Enough is enough. It's take a break time.

Later ...

Glenn
 

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