This wat i call bad beat

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Posted on Jul 5th 2007  -  Subject: This wat i call bad beat
I had 88 pre flop i raised to 30dollar. Two guys called me. Flop Q 8 6, i betted 60dollar 2 guys calling me again. Turn 10 I bet 87dollar 2 guys calling me one of them is all in River J I going all in the last person calling me. I got 888 the one some went all in in first got QQ TT (had QT in his hand) But the one some went all in last have AK unsuited... How the hell could he call from flop to river with AK when he had nothing? And i did big raises? Sighs...moron player...
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Posted on Jul 5th 2007
For sure a donkey but you have not written some vital information for being able to judge your hand: level and stacks (very important). GL AT THE TABLE
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Posted on Jul 5th 2007
There everywhere those pathetic players who would "run" there mother down!
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Posted on Jul 5th 2007
There everywhere those pathetic players who would "run" there mother down! totally agrre with you there bud
Moosie102
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Posted on Jul 13th 2007
Can only hope those players pay you off later.
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Posted on Aug 3rd 2007  -  Subject: bad beat
I feel you But if it was not for players like thees guys, no one could make money playing poker....
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Posted on Aug 4th 2007
I think that's awesome :)... And it's not really a bad beat since u had the best hand preflop I love those pockets
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Posted on Aug 6th 2007
The answer is quite simple: Q high flop............ I will call with 2 over cards, he probably just has a Q and I have 6 outs 10 on the turn......... Of course I call, still have overs and there's my straight draw, 10 outs Bingo.......river brings my card, and once again my poker skills have been proven Players like this will pay you off, but you have to be willing to give a little from time to time in order to continue taking from them.
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Posted on Aug 22nd 2007
Ye that´s sick, I´ve experienced it myself some times. People just can´t fold AK, AA, KK and such, sick! But in the long going they loose on it so..
Lincoln
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Posted on Aug 28th 2007
Dingus ... I hope you were joking? Why would you call a 6 outer for $60 into a $90 pot? Or you could consider it a $150 pot if you are last to act. But if there is that much action and you really think someone has the queen, there is a good chance they have AQ or KQ, taking away one of your outs. Then calling on for the river is at best a 4 outer given that flop and the action. The end result would have been a win for you, but you will be losing your entire stack more often than not with that kind of draw and action.
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Posted on Aug 28th 2007  -  Subject: Hate Runner Runner
I agree this is a bad beat in the end. However, much information is missing. Position, texture of board. Limit of game and so on. Also go back and look at and see if you made any mistakes. The bet on the turn in my oppinion is to small after the size of the best on flop and preflop. How much money are these players playing with and what style have they been playing up to that point. All those things go into consideration. It sucks getting run down by runner runner but again these players are the ones that will pay you in the long run and are the ones that you need to be looking for when you sit down at a game. I would like to know more about this hand to also learn from it myself.
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Posted on Aug 28th 2007
There are many intangables involved and every hand is different.
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