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  11-Aug-13, 22:28   #1
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Phisix 

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Just had an all in with someone who I thought could never win or lose but just draw. basically it was us two all in AKo vs his AKs. He hit a flush on the turn. Was quite cool actually as I have only seen that happen on TV.

     
  11-Aug-13, 22:31   #2
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teddybears73 
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no mate,i've had that happen a few times,sucks when you lose but it's cool when you win one.
all you gotta do is laugh though whatever way it comes. Big Smile

     
  11-Aug-13, 22:40   #3
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Phisix 

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I only lost £1 which was already in profit I made at that table. Me and the other guy had a laugh about it. It happens but at least I have witnessed it now.

     
  11-Aug-13, 22:46   #4
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nipitiri3 
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i saw once sunday milion final table AA VS AA one guy got flush Big Smile

     
  11-Aug-13, 22:49   #5
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Phisix 

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That would be even more painful. I did have an all in AA vs AA earlier but luckily no flush happened.

     
  11-Aug-13, 22:49   #6
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TigerAxL 

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today i ve lost twice with AA.Oance vs k6c (flushed)and 2nd time vs K7c ...again flush and that was almost in bubble mode...... , that hurts ,but i ll survive

     
  11-Aug-13, 22:53   #7
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nipitiri3 
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once at sunday milion final table 1 guy went all in (no idea why) he and one other guy were 2 biggest stacks at table everyone else had lot less .... soo he showed with A10 other guy called with AK =river was 10 and that donk won around 200k
A10 all in happened when there were 8-9 players left

     
  11-Aug-13, 23:01   #8
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Phisix 

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It happens and we just have to deal with it. We should all know that most of the time you will always win with the bigger hand in all in coin flips so we just got to suck it up. Just lost my second all in with the same guy and he gets lucky again but it did not bother me. Damn river aces saving peoples asses. Big Smile

     
  12-Aug-13, 02:49   #9
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vic75 
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Posted by Phisix:
Just had an all in with someone who I thought could never win or lose but just draw. basically it was us two all in AKo vs his AKs. He hit a flush on the turn. Was quite cool actually as I have only seen that happen on TV.

AK suited is slightly favoured I think but most of the time it ends up in a tie no fault in shipping it with AKoff just unlucky Cool Cool

     
  12-Aug-13, 05:51   #10
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Macubaas 
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Well this shows once again why it's worth to play suited hands that outsuited hands Smile

As for AA vs AA when one player hit a flush think it happend at least 5 time to me, so it's a pretty common situation.

     
  12-Aug-13, 06:48   #11
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Mysik86 

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Posted by nipitiri3:
i saw once sunday milion final table AA VS AA one guy got flush Big Smile

This must have been sad to guy, which lost... AA is almost always winning hand...

     
  12-Aug-13, 09:52   #12
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djpremier 
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Posted by Macubaas:
Well this shows once again why it's worth to play suited hands that outsuited hands Smile

As for AA vs AA when one player hit a flush think it happend at least 5 time to me, so it's a pretty common situation.


AA vs AA and the other hitting a flush pretty common ??

AA vs AA in 10-handed table happens about 1 out of 6016 deals ..and the odds of hitting a flush with offsuited hole cards is about 1.26% ...

I my opinion that makes the scenario pretty UNcommon .. Smile

     
  12-Aug-13, 09:58   #13
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nipitiri3 
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Posted by Macubaas:
Well this shows once again why it's worth to play suited hands that outsuited hands Smile

As for AA vs AA when one player hit a flush think it happend at least 5 time to me, so it's a pretty common situation.


lol ... i said sunday milion final table ? 100k-150k diffrence not some 1-2 cent hand

     
  12-Aug-13, 10:05   #14
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MarcWinz 

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Posted by vic75:
Posted by Phisix:
Just had an all in with someone who I thought could never win or lose but just draw. basically it was us two all in AKo vs his AKs. He hit a flush on the turn. Was quite cool actually as I have only seen that happen on TV.

AK suited is slightly favoured I think but most of the time it ends up in a tie no fault in shipping it with AKoff just unlucky Cool Cool



Hi Vic

Yep you are right, AKs V AKo is about a 1% favourite. As others have said I think being beat with AA Vs AA and flushed out is impossible to see, win or losing end.

I have days when I know I should fold AA as I kno its going to beat, that just winds me up but these things go round n circles - you win some, you lose some.

GL to all you mobsters.............................. Worship Worship Worship Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
  12-Aug-13, 13:02   #15
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roeish3 
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Well, it is unlucky to lose such a hand after the flop, but always remember that you could have lost to a hand such as 46o, which happened to me more than once. You could have been facing two live cards which is not a coin toss but could go either way. What I hate the most is when I have AK against AQ and the flop is AKT and than a J. Happened to me too often as well.

     
  12-Aug-13, 13:08   #16
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Phisix 

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Posted by vic75:
Posted by Phisix:
Just had an all in with someone who I thought could never win or lose but just draw. basically it was us two all in AKo vs his AKs. He hit a flush on the turn. Was quite cool actually as I have only seen that happen on TV.

AK suited is slightly favoured I think but most of the time it ends up in a tie no fault in shipping it with AKoff just unlucky Cool Cool


Very true but that particular player had been aggressive with lower hands all session trying to 3 bet me out of pre flop every hand so I went all in thinking he had a lower Ax or rubbish. I won it back f him before I left anyway.

It happens so I just got over it.

     
  14-Aug-13, 12:41   #17
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Vinnyceptr 
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That would be 52.49% (AKs) vs your 47.51% of your AKo.

It is not mutch, but it will happen Blink Good you can laugh about it. Nothing good is coming from tilting because of it Blink

     
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