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An Anti Bad Beat Story - Sat Oct 12, 2002, 02:09 PM
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In a Real $ online PLHE tourney.

I get KK. One player bets the pot, another calls. I raise the pot. Original raiser reraises me all in. Other player folds. He has 88. I double up.


30 minutes later. I get KK again. I get all my chips in on reraising the pot against a very loose player. Another player calls. The loose player calls. Other player KJs, Loose palyer 64o. I triple up.


These are the plays we forget when our KK goes down in flames to 66. (Remember: the KK vs. 66 was one of my whiny bad beat posts)


Randy
 
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Sun Oct 13, 2002, 12:15 AM
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Randy, Randy, Randy.

We all know that the best hand does occasionally win the pot, but do you expect us to believe that it actually happened twice? In the same tourney? Even if that were true, I wouldnt believe it. :lol:

Call your sponsor, and get thee to a Bad Beat Aholic meeting ASAP.

Bill
 
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Sun Oct 13, 2002, 01:59 PM
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We all know that the best hand does occasionally win the pot, but do you expect us to believe that it actually happened twice?
You are forgetting that Randall is a very, very lucky player :wink:
 
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Sun Oct 13, 2002, 04:50 PM
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LOL Bill

LOL Noodles


rggator, the "lucky" one
 

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