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  4-Nov-13, 20:28   #1
OMFG, bubbled out in 11th with AA 0 
erru9107 
Joined: Oct '11
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Okey, I just need to vent here a little bit!

I was in a $1 buy-in tourney with 570+ players. I had been playing solid and I was really at my A-game, no mistakes what so ever! Payout started at 85, no problems getting there! I went on to be in 3rd position with 11 players left, 10 players reach the final table. I get dealt AA, the guy in 2nd place moves all-in and I, of course, calls this. He flips over facking 37 off suit! Then the flop hits: 456.

I was like "WHAT THE FACK!?" Did that seriously just happen!? I ended up with $4 and change wile that stupid donk a** made $30+ something!!

Needless to say, I'm done with poker for today, completely ridicculus...

     
  4-Nov-13, 20:48   #2
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Macubaas 
Joined: Apr '11
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I must admit the decision you took at the end was correct: stop playing for today!

As for the hand what took you out you played it absolutely correctly! At least this happend while you were ITM so knoww you have more bullets to play for tommorow Blink

     
  4-Nov-13, 20:58   #3
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Mober 
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Been there, done that. At least you were in the money already.
Imagine if you had bubbled like that, which has happened to me a couple of times with AA.
Its the best hand to go all in, but it has to be your time to win with it Smile
Very unlucky.

     
  5-Nov-13, 14:08   #4
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erru9107 
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Well, those AA hands doesn't agree with me in tournaments apparently... 300 something entrants, 45 gets paid, 60 something left. Blinds are 1250/2500, I'm in middle position with ~25000 stack and get dealt AA. It's folded to me so I figured that I'll raise to 7500 to try and trap two calling stations that are behind me who calls anything under 4BB bets with litterally any two cards. I get called by those two and flop comes 9QJ rainbow, I move all-in and get one caller. He flips over K10 so that donk flopped a straight and I'm out...

Could I have played that hand differently? Any input would be appreciated!

     
  5-Nov-13, 14:25   #5
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Heskor 
Joined: May '13
Location: Mauritius
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Yeah it sucks when this happens, but you played your hands well, and I will always like to enter a pot with AA, we have so much equity, but not absolute. The hardest thing about losing with AA is when you are close to the prize or near the bubble and got knocked out. Like when you are mid stack and is dealt AA and if you win the next hand you could get a huge stack that will allows you to dominate after but you lose it.

Happens to me in full tilt new depositor raffle. Got cracked KK vs 33 to go out at 35th, if i won I would have the biggest stack.

Cheers!

     
  5-Nov-13, 16:13   #6
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RoninHarper 

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Hello erru9107

Dude that really sucks out load.
Never like to see that kind of BS when I am playing at a table.
Congratulations of having had a great run and I hope you make the final table real soon.
Wishing you all the best.
be cool

Ronin Cool

     
  5-Nov-13, 20:41   #7
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erru9107 
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Oh for facks sake!! This is facking unbelievable!!! I hate the facking final table bubble!!! Finnished in 10th but the final table hadn't started yet. I hade just over 2BB, get dealt AK suited, no question, I'm all-in. I get called by a complete donk, he shows Q7, he hits a 7 and I'm out without seeing the final table. FACKING SH!T A55 GAME!!!!!

     
  5-Nov-13, 20:56   #8
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nipitiri3 
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well if u had 2bb i wud prolly called even with 23 your showe as well q7 were pretty good Big Smile ofcourse only if i have BB or SB and can afford to lose

     
  5-Nov-13, 21:12   #9
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erru9107 
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Posted by nipitiri3:
well if u had 2bb i wud prolly called even with 23 your showe as well q7 were pretty good Big Smile ofcourse only if i have BB or SB and can afford to lose

He was in middle position with only ~3,5 BB himself.

     
  6-Nov-13, 06:30   #10
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bless9 

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You had low amount chips, id often also called, try knock you out.
This happens quite often, guy in low chips play very care fold most cards pre flop, so finally he gets a good hand, then he got bad luck.

I also lost AA when tournament, 55 before me moved all in he got 5 from deck, lucky he had 1/4 of my stack size, so I still continued after the beat. But at this point definetily my luck turned upside down and next cards quite strong i got delt with, I constantly began lose.

Was 6th when AA delt and 65 left from 300. Pretty fast finished at 56 when 45best got money.
One guy read me well. I had A5, and in middle is k4284 , i have raised preflop and at flop, and then river i bet pot. He call me 25 off suit. very loose call just by pair 2. but he right when put me ace high.
Then stil last hand: i have 77 raise before me and call. this worries me as two another vs me so i only call.flop comes j83 another raise , another player fold, i think he bluff and move all in with 77, guy shows 86. yeah right not even jack he made pair8. i get dropped.

     
  6-Nov-13, 07:52   #11
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sergejcho 
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I was in a $1 buy-in tourney with 570+ players. I had been playing solid and I was really at my A-game, no mistakes what so ever! Payout started at 85, no problems getting there! I went on to be in 3rd position with 11 players left, 10 players reach the final table. I get dealt AA, the guy in 2nd place moves all-in and I, of course, calls this. He flips over facking 37 off suit! Then the flop hits: 456.


Cry me a river Dollar Dollar Dollar

     
  6-Nov-13, 08:06   #12
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thefly131 
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Posted by sergejcho:
I was in a $1 buy-in tourney with 570+ players. I had been playing solid and I was really at my A-game, no mistakes what so ever! Payout started at 85, no problems getting there! I went on to be in 3rd position with 11 players left, 10 players reach the final table. I get dealt AA, the guy in 2nd place moves all-in and I, of course, calls this. He flips over facking 37 off suit! Then the flop hits: 456.


Cry me a river Dollar Dollar Dollar


Well I think most of us know the feeling of loosing big pots or important pots (close to the final table) when you are away in front and loose versus idiotic hands

Some of my painfull losses :


preflop allins
Like losing AA versus AA --> opponent hits flush

pocket 99, got allin postflop with 964 rainbow flop ... opponent has A6 and gets 6 on the turn and a 6 on the river


     
  6-Nov-13, 13:36   #13
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erru9107 
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Posted by sergejcho:
I was in a $1 buy-in tourney with 570+ players. I had been playing solid and I was really at my A-game, no mistakes what so ever! Payout started at 85, no problems getting there! I went on to be in 3rd position with 11 players left, 10 players reach the final table. I get dealt AA, the guy in 2nd place moves all-in and I, of course, calls this. He flips over facking 37 off suit! Then the flop hits: 456.


Cry me a river Dollar Dollar Dollar

Honestly, do you have to be such an a55 about it?

     
  6-Nov-13, 16:00   #14
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TigerAxL 

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Posted by erru9107:
Okey, I just need to vent here a little bit!

I was in a $1 buy-in tourney with 570+ players. I had been playing solid and I was really at my A-game, no mistakes what so ever! Payout started at 85, no problems getting there! I went on to be in 3rd position with 11 players left, 10 players reach the final table. I get dealt AA, the guy in 2nd place moves all-in and I, of course, calls this. He flips over facking 37 off suit! Then the flop hits: 456.

I was like "WHAT THE FACK!?" Did that seriously just happen!? I ended up with $4 and change wile that stupid donk a** made $30+ something!!

Needless to say, I'm done with poker for today, completely ridicculus...

yeah, i really hate those fish tarded players
, when u play fair and stay concentrate 3-4 h u get 'bulled' with a hand like that by an looser who ll find out probabli that hes russian .See the good parth........,the buyin was just 1$

     
  6-Nov-13, 16:01   #15
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DaCapo71 
Joined: Aug '10
Location: Germany
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This is the reason, why the People lost the Motivation to Play online poker. Ok, we don´t know what a stack he had, but this call is really ok. I think, he was hpe that all other Players fold his Hand.

     
  6-Nov-13, 16:26   #16
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demodawggy 

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Well that's just proof that you'll find folks playing JUNK in games OTHER than freerolls... The higher the buy in,...the less of that you'll see,...but you will see it because unfortunately it WORKS... Confused

Just watch Tom Dwan play for a while and you'll see how he manages to turn garbage into gold,....or in HIS case,....millions of dollars... Confused Confused Confused

     
  6-Nov-13, 17:23   #17
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Emmenaar89 

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Ouch i feel your pain man. Ive been in a similair situation before. Keep in mind next time you will win and you are glad there are such player Blink Take it slow and you will make it man. Every poker player has been trough that

     
  8-Nov-13, 07:53   #18
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thefly131 
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Well in MTT (freeroll or buy-in) you have to survive 2 important stages :

beginning stage : where you find lot of donks (especially in freerols) ... just wait for premium starting hands to go allin or try to get into the pot with low pocket pairs or suited connectors and wait for the right flop...

bubble stage : hope that you can double up versus the bigstacks that are constantly raise to put pressure on the lowstacks....


     
  9-Nov-13, 16:52   #19
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primitivo 
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You're so full of s**t you donk.

Full Tilt Poker Game #33483388479: BankrollMob $25 Freeroll (260372370), Table 69 - NL Hold'em - 25/50 - 23:08:36 WET - 2013/11/08 [18:08:36 ET - 2013/11/08]
Seat 1: BerserkerV8 (2,943)
Seat 2: Kov1k (9,155)
Seat 3: PabloThe Gr8 (1,982)
Seat 4: RS1213 (1,020)
Seat 5: lurs586 (4,570), is sitting out
Seat 6: DMoWIR84 (3,475)
Seat 7: Porquinhoo5 (1,065)
Seat 8: demodawggy (1,100)
Seat 9: primitivo1 (1,050)
BerserkerV8 posts the small blind of 25
Kov1k posts the big blind of 50
The button is in seat #9
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to primitivo1 [Ad Ks]
PabloThe Gr8 calls 50
RS1213 folds
lurs586 folds
DMoWIR84 calls 50
Porquinhoo5 has 15 seconds left to act
Porquinhoo5 has timed out
Porquinhoo5 folds
Porquinhoo5 is sitting out
demodawggy raises to 1,100, and is all in
primitivo1 calls 1,050, and is all in
BerserkerV8 folds
Kov1k folds
PabloThe Gr8 calls 1,050
DMoWIR84 folds
demodawggy shows [4s 3d]
primitivo1 shows [Ad Ks]
PabloThe Gr8 shows [Ac 4c]
*** FLOP *** [6s Jc 8d] (Total Pot: 3,375, 3 Players, 2 All-In)
*** TURN *** [6s Jc 8d] 9 of hearts (Total Pot: 3,375, 3 Players, 2 All-In)
*** RIVER *** [6s Jc 8d 9h] 2 of hearts (Total Pot: 3,375, 3 Players, 2 All-In)
demodawggy shows Jack Nine high
PabloThe Gr8 shows Ace Jack high
PabloThe Gr8 wins the side pot (100) with Ace Jack high
primitivo1 shows Ace King high
primitivo1 wins the main pot (3,275) with Ace King high
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 3,375 Main pot 3,275. Side pot 100. | Rake 0
Board: [6s Jc 8d 9h 2h]
Seat 1: BerserkerV8 (small blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 2: Kov1k (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 3: PabloThe Gr8 showed [Ac 4c] and won (100) with Ace Jack high
Seat 4: RS1213 didn't bet (folded)
Seat 5: lurs586 didn't bet (folded)
Seat 6: DMoWIR84 folded before the Flop
Seat 7: Porquinhoo5 didn't bet (folded)
Seat 8: demodawggy showed [4s 3d] and lost with Jack Nine high
Seat 9: primitivo1 (button) showed [Ad Ks] and won (3,275) with Ace King high

     
  11-Nov-13, 21:38   #20
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damosk 
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Location: United Kingdom
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That is poker my friend. Dunno what esle to say other than to agree that to walk away was probably a good call, cos otherwide you would have no doubt gone massively into TILT and lost a load more trying to recoup not a lot lost!

     
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