Four of a Kind on the board And Noob Theories.

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Posted on Nov 19th 2008  -  Subject: Four of a Kind on the board And Noob Theories.
Hey people... I don't know if this happens frequently on live games, but it happens a lot in online tables... what do you think about that? I also have pictures of JJJ and QQQ in the flop in Titan... It aways happens with J and Q in the tables that I'm playing. And another thing that happens a lot with me in Everest (I have 3 screens of that) is, when i'm playing in two tables at the same time, I often make two pairs in one table with the hand I have in the other. For example, I have AQ in one table, and the flop turns AQ3. I'm not saying that its a problem with the program code...But it's very strange... But I have a serious theory about PokerRoomSchool (I'm trying to get my bonus there). And a lot of players already thought about that, and other players are tired to listen to this. But in the Sit n' Gos there, whennever  two players go all in, the one with less chips aways lose in the river! I aways win all-ins when I have more chips, and I aways lose when I have few.  Well... That is it. (And sorry for the bad english.)    
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Posted on Nov 19th 2008  -  Subject: OK
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Posted on Nov 19th 2008
Just as a complement to my theory of PokerRoomSchool, I used PokerStove Simulations to analize the last 6 Sit n'Gos All-ins that I lost. I just ommited some hands that weren't good, but I lost in all of them anyway. And I searched in my History all the All-ins that I called and made, and all all-ins that I won, I had more chips before the All-In. Hand no 1(AcJc) (All in pre flop):Pre-flop(Against other 3 players):40.297%One player called (QsKd)Pre Flop: 62.105% x 37.895%Flop(Kc6hKs): 3.232% x 96.768%Turn and River: 2hTs (Lost) Hand no 2 (AcTc) (All in pre flop):Pre-flop(Against 4 other players):32.593% One player called. (JsAd)Pre Flop: 31.695% x 68;305%Flop(Ks6c2c): 48.636%x51.364%Turn and River: Qh 5d (Lost) Hand no 3 (AhJh) (All in pre flop):Pre flop(Against 4 other players): 33.994%One player called. (4d4c)Pre Flop: 49.408% x 50.592%Flop(Th5s9h):58.990% x 41.010%Turn and River: 7d2s (Lost) Hand no 4 (QhQd) (All in in the flop):Pre flop(Against another player): 79.925%Flop(2h8d5d): 80.505% (against random hands)-All in-Player2: Jc8h82.424% x 17.576%Turn: 8s4.545% x 95.455%River: Kh (lost) Hand no 5 (TcQh) (All in in the flop):Pre flop (against 4 other players): 36.354%Flop(2cQd5c)(Against 4 other players): 46.727% -All in-One player called(AcKs)72.222% x 27.778%Turn:8s86.364 x 13.636% River:As (Lost) Hand no 6(5c5d) (All in in the flop):Pre flop (Against 3 other players): 33.944%Flop(3h6h9s)(Against 3 other players):25.247%-Player 2 (AhQc) goes all-in-Called71.616% x 28.485%Turn:386.264% x 13;636%River: Qs (Lost)  
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Posted on Nov 22nd 2008
Four of a kind happens, in fact I've seen pretty much every single scenario that could possibly happen in online poker, nothing really surprises me anymore. I've seen AA vs AA and one player lose because a flush hit, I've seen AA vs KK vs QQ vs JJ and the JJ hand won. I've seen the same hand again and the QQ won.   As for the two pair on another table, it has nothing to do with code, its just coincidence. Play enough and you'll find all sorts of quirky things happen that are out of your control. As for the allin theory. It really is entirely random. We have no way of controlling what cards come out and it really doesn't matter how many chips someone has, the deck decides the winner. Often a player with more chips will win simply because they are willing to gamble and push with a hand that they should not be pushing with. Can't control another players tendencies. Just yesterday I had AK suited beaten by Q10 offsuit. I flopped a pair of aces and the nut flush draw, he hit a running J and K for a straight. His percentage to win is 1% or less I believe. It happens, unfortunately.   Just keep plugging away and shove allin next time the quads come on the board if you hold an Ace , lol.
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Posted on Dec 26th 2008
Or even better, play on the bad beat tables and hope you don't have the Ace, then pick up the jackpot. But ithis stuff probably wont happen on the jackpot tables.
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Posted on Feb 17th 2009
Yah... for some reason it never happens in real life.
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Posted on Feb 25th 2009  -  Subject: not only
It does'nt happen only with Queens or Jacks, i've seen it happen with Aces and any other possible card. It just happens..
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