Joined: Jan '10
Age: 53 (M)
Here complete hand, video and
hand history. Thanks for your opinion. Maybe it's describe why we got bad beat to early to make conclusion just from 1 or 2 sample ( include my other thread ), but it help me to understand why bad beat happen. Instinct or luck my opponent and I make over value of my hand. Game #50879537-30: Fast Fifty SnG - No Limit Holdem Tournament - 150.00/300.00 Seat #1: YOBOZO, $4265.00 Seat #2: PeantBtterJellyTime (D), $1885.00 Seat #3: GottaTalkPoker (SB), $4020.00 Seat #5: chopoff (BB), $1175.00 Seat #6: Thenutts477, $1580.00 *** Blinds *** GottaTalkPoker posts the small blind of 150.00 chopoff posts the big blind of 300.00 *** Pre-Flop *** chopoff got hole cards [ 6 :hea: 6 :spade: ] Thenutts477 goes all-in with 1580.00 YOBOZO folds PeantBtterJellyTime folds GottaTalkPoker folds chopoff goes all-in with 1175.00 chopoff shows [ 6 :hea: 6 :spade: ] Thenutts477 shows [ 9 :clu: 5 :spade: ] *** Flop *** Pot: 3205 [ A :hea: 5 :dia: A :spade: ] *** Turn *** Pot: 3205 [ A :hea: 5 :dia: A :spade: ] [ K :dia: ] *** River *** Pot: 3205 [ A :hea: 5 :dia: A :spade: ] [ K :dia: ] [ K :clu: ] chopoff is out Thenutts477 wins 105.00 Thenutts477 wins 3225.00
Joined: May '08
Age: 52 (M)
With blinds so high, there is no more room to play
poker. Looks like opponent wanted to steal the blinds, but you had to call him with ATC. So it wasn't a good move to try to steal with 95o.
Joined: Sep '10
Age: 48 (M)
I'm not sure you should call the all-in with a small pocket pair there.
It's a coinflip at best (not in this case though, but you still got beat). I would expect to be up against an overpair here. It is however a good hand to shove with...
Joined: May '09
Age: 42 (M)
Hard move here. 66 in BB with the smallest stack vs push from UTG. I think i fold this pair. Except if UTG is a terrible player. If we call the best we can expect is a coinflip (or 95, lol).
Joined: Mar '11
Age: 48 (M)
Well, I guess I would have called too.
There is not a lot of time/room to wait for good hands with this stack. So getting a PP is a good chance for doubling up.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
I don’t think anyone played bad in this case. Things happen, sometimes you have a feeling in a hand, and that is also part of the game. When you see aces in the flop for three or four times in a row, you tend to convince yourself that next hand there will be no aces on the table, and that can lead you to play with a different hand, like 78 suited or 56, a hand that, in order situation, you would probably fold.
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 45 (M)
To go AllIn with 95 is normally a bad move from your opponent, your call in the Big Blind as shorty with 66 is correct. I believe your opponent thinks, that this is the last chance to go AllIn with a little bit fold equity.