Joined: Feb '12
Age: 59 (M)
So your buddy raymond 'Venereal Disease' haak (raymondvdhaak) is at a table I'm playing this morning.... and as usual,....he's badmouthing people because they're not playing poker to HIS liking....
Oh,.....he's a REAL alpha male.... Table boss if you know what I mean.... Real leader....
So I guess the a$$hole got sick of playing because things weren't going his way,...and people were ignoring his orders on how to play poker at HIS table,....so he said "F IT" ....and shoved a pair of 10s...
BAM........Gone..... He got knocked out....
Believe me,.....when folks like that start pointing fingers at people and calling them names like 'moron',....you can be assured of who the real moron is...
A$$HOLES have NO idea that THEY in fact are the a$$holes....
Joined: Jun '10
Age: 52 (M)
Posted by MFZERO: Don't have it apparently I didn't have the setting for saving HH to my comp on, went to go do that and noticed the boxed wasn't checked.
The guy with A3 raises to 200, J9 call's J3 calls, AA(me) re-raises to 400, A3 calls, J9, calls, J3 raises to 900 something, I shove, other two follow then J3 shoves as well, J9 calls his all-in.
J9 had us all covered(7k approx) raymond had around 2600 1400 ish for me 1300 ish for other guy
Best I could do going off memory
Was it a Sit'n go tournament or a (freeroll) tournament ?
This guy is certainly a bad player, after your raise he should have folded instead reraising. He became lucky on the flop.
But I have a little remark on your play too. When you raise to 400 you give the other players good pot odds. They only have to put in 200 extra chips to win a pot of more than approx. 1200 chips (i don't know how the amount of the blinds). Aces are very strong but they lose strength when you play against more players. I would have raised bigger or shoved directly, that's my opinion