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7th June 2006, 05:30 AM
I was on good run managing to achieve 3 out of 5 final tables in the past week in $10+1 buy-ins. So I went in a $100 + $10 buy-in tourament thinking I would have a 1 in 2 chance of making the final table with my ratio. First hand I got dealt was POCKET ACES. and I was on the button. So I raised! The small blind folded & big bind called. The flop comes A 2 2. I have a full house, so I check to slow play, lol he moves all in. I was in dreamland. I instantly call, he shows 5 2. The turn comes 5, So we both have full house but I have the best obviously. The river comes and its a 2. I am out of the tourament first hand in my first $100+10 buy-in. I couldn't believe it. 4 of a kind. UNBELIEVEABLE
7th June 2006, 10:00 AM
LOL - that is exactly that - "Unbeleiveable"
Unfortunately I have seen that happen before
18th July 2006, 09:36 AM
All I have to say is ouch and don't let it get you down 98% of the time you will walk away the winner there.
19th July 2006, 01:15 AM
you know i had a similar experience on a $100 sit n go. i had k 4 suited in clubs 1'st hand. i was in the big blind no raise so i check. flop comes k hearts q clubs 3 clubs. both check. turn was a 4 diamonds. i raise he goes all in i obviously call with 2 pair and a k high flush draw. he has pocket aces but no the ace of clubs. im sitting great right. WRONG he hits another q on the river to give him 2 higher pair. 1st hand im gone.
19th July 2006, 11:45 AM
i was beginning to think on-line poker was rigged,but after seeing loads and loads of "badbeats" on tv,i now thing crap happens :)
doesnt make me feel better after being on the receiving end though,but it stops the paranoia about it being rigged,lol
19th July 2006, 03:02 PM
Holy crap!! That is one of the worst beats that I have read about, especially because of the situation.
Sorry that happened bro. Unfortunately, you have to stomach those if you want to play poker!
Good luck on the rebound
21st August 2006, 09:49 PM
A good example why you should not slow play pocket aces and try to push from the pot on the pre-flop as many players as you can. If you raised a little, it's your fault. But if not, definitely one of the worst hand I've ever seen. Anyway, that's a horrible bad beat. Better luck next time
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