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  28-Mar-12, 20:46   #1
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MasterValon 
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Hello! My name is Alex and i play poker 3-4 years but i never had a hand like this AA i bet 5 big blinds and 4 oponents call! On the flop came A 3 7 diferent colors!I bet pot and 2 players call and on the turn J come! I was thinking i have best hand and i bet pot again! On the river come 7 and i had full house so i bet all in and result was like ......! Both give call! First one had 33 in hand i had AA and what do you think the last one can have!
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  28-Mar-12, 20:50   #2
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doomdy 

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8J of hearts?
22?
A3?
KT clubs?

     
  28-Mar-12, 21:03   #3
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MasterValon 
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77 Sad Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
  28-Mar-12, 21:13   #4
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damosk 
Joined: Feb '11
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An example of how AA is not always the master hand people like to think!!
Poker...making the wrong decisions at the right time....in this case calling your raise with 77!

     
  28-Mar-12, 22:11   #5
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Greenmohave 

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That's a good hand nodoubt, but at times there are better hands. every one of us would have played that hand out not blinking an eye to think the utg was holding a pair of 7's. Thing is, this happens every day in poker and we always bet when we think we have the winning hand or you like to play the bluffer, which I don't. better luck next time!

     
  28-Mar-12, 22:26   #6
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Hiesy 
Joined: Jul '11
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I had had some similar Hands and i think that is just bad luck but that didn´t happen any time so continue playing your Hands and forget abbout that would be the best i think. So good luck next time Smile

     
  28-Mar-12, 22:38   #7
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kinogomes 

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Your shoked cause you dont play many ands per day (i guess), because if you play more than 2000 per day like me youll find it as normal bad beat. I have everydays these kind of beats, AA is the best hand for you to push and loose!!!!!

     
  29-Mar-12, 04:44   #8
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shokaku 

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Nice flop. Set over set over set. Shock
And nice one outer suckout on the river. Of cause we will lose our stack in situations like that.

     
  29-Mar-12, 07:27   #9
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Darth_bane 
Joined: Oct '11
Location: Belgium
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AA is so easely beaten by a flush or even a straight,i'm always carefull with it.stil it's a great hand to start with.i usually wait for the flop before doing too much,usually that is Smile

     
  29-Mar-12, 07:35   #10
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doomdy 

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Guess its my weakest point, laying down AA (in this hand you cant laydown btw).
With high blinds i never ever can laydown AA (which is not bad imo).
But even with low blinds i cant laydown AA being headsup postflop.
Only can laydown my AA postflop if its a family-pot with 3 or more players in the hand.
Did laydown KK preflop though once, after i get reraised preflop by a ultra-tight mofo i folded my KK with pain in my heart that is, he showed AA btw..... Agree

     
  29-Mar-12, 07:48   #11
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AlexSimion 
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This also happened to me Smile) but i was at the other end , had pocket 4's , I was the BB , the SB had pocket AA , he made a 3 blind raise , only me and him in the hand , I called
FLOP : A 3 7 , he checked ( big mistake trying to play it slow Tongue ) , I check , turn is a 4 , i make a 5 blind raise , he only calls , probably would have called even if he raised me , the river is a 4 , then he makes a raise, I reraise , he goes all in , and the rest is history Tongue.

     
  29-Mar-12, 07:54   #12
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doomdy 

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Had insane hand (its somewhere on this forum cant find it, maybe sherlock supernoob can).
Called a raise with 55 preflop, flopping a set 5s, was a family pot with 5 players including me.
After some raises and reraises 5 players went allin on flop, me a set 5s, other set As, other set 9s, other flushdraw K high, other flushdraw A high.
So needless to say i was big loser with only 1 tiny out.
Turn i spiked a 5 for quads and won a major pot, 2/3 hours later i won that tourney /cheer.

     
  29-Mar-12, 12:49   #13
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Fakiry 

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I bet he had 77! There aren’t many hands that could defeat you after reading all this scenario, and, if he had JJ, I can’t understand how could he handle so long, calling so high bets from you (only if he had much more chips than you).

     
  29-Mar-12, 13:14   #14
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cambam247 

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You playing Micro's? wouldnt be shocked at this if you were.... U all flopped trips hard to get away from that outcome SICK Sad If it was ur tourny life.... bad luck sorry to hear Shock

     
  29-Mar-12, 16:50   #15
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pochui 

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well a hand like a hand- can't say that any of them made bad calls- they had legitimate holdings, could have gone all in actually- on the flop 3 dudes with a set each Big Smile always nice to see something similar on tv, when everyone thinks that they have the best hand and try to put on a poker face... Confused

     
  4-Apr-12, 17:16   #16
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Emmenaar89 

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It most be Quad 7s to bead you. Damn thats a hard beat man. But things like that are very unusual, so next times you will win Blink Good luck at the tables!

     
  4-Apr-12, 21:16   #17
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MicroMachina 

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set over set over set happens in all stakes im sure of it. All i can say is AA is a double edged sword. You try to max value without chasing but then wind up paying off weaker hands that get there. No matter what you can be happy to know 9.999999999 times out of 10 you are winner in that hand. Sucks you lost though.

Should one play AA more sternly? or do you play it the same all the time and hope you come out on top?

Personally with a strong holding on a table with zero information about the players up till then i come in for a 1/2 pot bet. Once that flop hits i may even check in early position to let them catch up.

If the table has shown a tendency to come in with weaker hands i may bet pot or even more to dissuade the small holdings and hope i face a real hand like AK-A10 or KK- type of thing. You want to encourage poor play but because you may feel best more then not with AA its best to tread carefully.

     
  4-Apr-12, 21:22   #18
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sadamman 

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Posted by MicroMachina:

Should one play AA more sternly? or do you play it the same all the time and hope you come out on top?



I've read that Doyle said against the same/familiar players you should never play the same hand the same way. But I suppose if you're multi-tabling with different players or in a MTT getting moved about from pillar to post, it could be effective then.

     
  5-Apr-12, 02:27   #19
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michaelwilk 
Joined: Feb '12
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Posted by MicroMachina:
set over set over set happens in all stakes im sure of it. All i can say is AA is a double edged sword. You try to max value without chasing but then wind up paying off weaker hands that get there. No matter what you can be happy to know 9.999999999 times out of 10 you are winner in that hand. Sucks you lost though.

Should one play AA more sternly? or do you play it the same all the time and hope you come out on top?

Personally with a strong holding on a table with zero information about the players up till then i come in for a 1/2 pot bet. Once that flop hits i may even check in early position to let them catch up.

If the table has shown a tendency to come in with weaker hands i may bet pot or even more to dissuade the small holdings and hope i face a real hand like AK-A10 or KK- type of thing. You want to encourage poor play but because you may feel best more then not with AA its best to tread carefully.


Says who i draw about 50/50 with AA I win some and I lose equally bad I never warrant to much money to AA until flop makes more sense to me I will all in of course like everyone else with AA just saying ive seen it get beat multiple times as well

     
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