Joined: Mar '12
Age: 44 (M)
My luck...first lost with J-J against this dude ,he was shortstack at this table,,from there he won all hands ,,even this one...
PokerStars Hand # 84354129700: Tournament # 597020191, $ 1.32 + $ 0.18 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level XII (600/1200) - 6/8/2012 2:21:55 p.m. EST [8/6/2012 8:21:55 ET] Table '597020191 2 '9-max Seat # 6 is the button Seat 4: VIEIRA368 (16705 in chips) Seat 6: cardraiser72 (10295 in chips) VIEIRA368: set the ante 75 cardraiser72: set the ante 75 cardraiser72: posts small blind 600 VIEIRA368: posts big blind 1200 HOLE CARDS *** *** Dealt to cardraiser72 [Kh Kc] cardraiser72: calls 600 VIEIRA368: raises 15430 to 16630 and is all-in cardraiser72: calls 9020 and is all-in The non-uncalled bet (6410) has returned to VIEIRA368 *** FLOP *** [6d 7h 4c] *** TURN *** [6d 7h 4c] *** RIVER *** [6d 4c Ad 7h] cardraiser72 said, "**** off" SHOWDOWN *** *** VIEIRA368: shows [3c 5s] (a straight, Three to Seven) cardraiser72: shows [Kh Kc] (a pair of Kings) VIEIRA368 won 20590 from pot cardraiser72 is on the 2nd place in the tournament ended and has received $ 7.12. VIEIRA368 wins the tournament and receive $ 9.52 - congratulations! SUMMARY *** *** Total pot 20590 | Rake 0 Board [6d 4c Ad 7h Jc] Seat 4: VIEIRA368 (big blind) showed [3c 5s] and won (20,590) with a straight, Three to Seven Seat 6: cardraiser72 (button) (small blind) showed [Kh Kc] and lost with a pair of Kings
a bad beat there....new tournament please....got this experience too but what can i say...the guy was very lucky....being ahead in pre flop all in situation is good but you cant win all the time...sometimes we lost even we have monster hands like AA,KK
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
35o? I thought he had Ao or something, who in his perfect mind would go insta all in with 35o? And there was Money involved, it wasn’t just another game (it could be few, and maybe that was the reason of his move, but i always start from the principle that, if a person enters a paid tourney to play and win, he won’t change his strategy in the middle of the game – or. Like in this case, almost in the end – just because it was few Money invested).
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 53 (M)
Interesting situation, though not a surprising one. A lot depends on what has gone before and your calling strategy..... maybe he thought your limp was a cheeky and cheap look see at what the flop might bring so he called your bluff. Little did he know, you were probably bluffing him, but then you bombed out. So........ what can we learn from this? Sh*t happens.
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
just swallow this and move on to the next table imo- nothing too special, yes it's a pity to see some dude winning your first place, but that's life. when playing heads up i really do not see any surprises at all- people can play any trash hands like aa, or aa like a trash hand, so just be happy that you finished in the money and hope for better outcome in the future