This hand almost stopped my starting poker career.

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Posted on Feb 4th 2008  -  Subject: This hand almost stopped my starting poker career.
IAMRIGGED on paikalla 0 ja hänellä on $297. Feltar on paikalla 1 ja hänellä on $359. Jakajana toimii 1. Feltar asettaa $5 sokkopanoksen. IAMRIGGED asettaa $10 sokkopanoksen. (IAMRIGGED on saanut jaossa Ad 9h.) Ennen Floppia: Feltar korottaa $20. IAMRIGGED maksaa $20. Floppi kortit 8d As 2h. IAMRIGGED betsaa $60. Feltar maksaa $60. Turn kortti 2s. IAMRIGGED menee all-in $207. Feltar maksaa $207. River kortti 4c. IAMRIGGED näyttää: Ad 9h As Ad 2h 2s 9h Feltar näyttää: 4h Ac As Ac 4c 4h 8d I was so sick after this hand that I almost threw up!
Life is too short for grinding.
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Posted on Feb 4th 2008
Post here the hand that almost destroyed your poker career (hopefully you don`t have any but if you have post it here!)
Life is too short for grinding.
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Posted on Feb 5th 2008
please post this handhistory in english, then i can better see what happend to you!
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Posted on Feb 5th 2008
You went all-in with a pair of aces and a 9 kicker?He had A4 and called???The 4 on the river gave him a better second pair! A bad beat indeed. If you had AK you have the right to complain. But with A9 i would buy me a poker book and stay silent.   
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Posted on Feb 5th 2008
^^^^^^ what he said!!
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Posted on Feb 5th 2008
Oh boys, oh boys, have you ever heard about reading your opponent?
Life is too short for grinding.
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Posted on Feb 5th 2008
Well you obviously mis-read that one!  
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Posted on Feb 10th 2008
I can`t blame myself for misreading the deck :d
Life is too short for grinding.
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Posted on Feb 11th 2008
Well you obviously mis-read that one!  Thats true
Let the flop be with you
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Posted on Feb 17th 2008
I can`t blame myself for misreading the deck :d THIS is true, you know your opponent, you remember what he did in the previous rounds and with all this information, you decide to do something (go all in or fold or call all in). The cards are revealed and...YES! You won! You did the right move! You read him absolutely perfect! And then the river comes......the player here had a 7% chance to win and he hit it. This could be called a badbeat but prepare - you gonna see much worse things :))
If everything seems under control, you are just not going fast enough. - Mario Andretti
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Posted on Feb 18th 2008
english ?
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Posted on Feb 25th 2008
I think PECK as a point , A 9 ? Better read some books...
OK OK I FOLD!!!
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Posted on Mar 1st 2008
Read some books              orBeat some rooks 
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Posted on Mar 2nd 2008
You went all-in with a pair of aces and a 9 kicker?He had A4 and called???The 4 on the river gave him a better second pair! A bad beat indeed. If you had AK you have the right to complain. But with A9 i would buy me a poker book and stay silent.   haha... i laughed really hard when i read that. but i agree
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Posted on Mar 3rd 2008
lool bad play .. never go all in with top pair only
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