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  26-Nov-13, 11:44   #1
WORST live suckout i've experienced 0 
Joined: Sep '13
Location: Australia
Age: 24 (M)
Posts: 48
sup mobsters,

just busted out of a live tournament about 3 or 4 people from final table and out of the money with QQ. blinds are 4/8k and i'm second chip leader with around 140k action folds to me and i make it 26k chip leader calls everybody else folds so it's heads up. flop comes 3,4,6 rainbow i bet 48k he hesitates and pushes,i think for a few seconds hoping he hasnt flopped a set but im realisticly thinking and put him on a big ace so i call, im right! A10 offsuit no backdraw flush nothing but ace high, the turn is dealt 10, thats fine doesnt change much gives him 2 more outs im still 90+% to win the hand the river card is burnt and its turned over. 10. i sit there for a few seconds, wish him and the table the best of luck and walk away. People really dont realise how often these suckouts do actually happen in real life lol, that is the perfect comparrisson to a pokerstars magic river, it sucked but what can i do right? i know the guy and he's a pretty good player himself he knew he had to bet to win the pot and was obviously putting me on a big ace and trying to represent big pockets, i bet the right amount because he either had to fold or push he couldnt really flat call with 80ish k behind, thats my analysis on the hand anyway, i know i didnt play the hand horribly just a bad case of getting sucked out on. Tongue

  26-Nov-13, 15:42   #2
Joined: Aug '10
Location: Germany
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 2196
It seems, you can find this hard suckouts not only at only poker. But online you must pay rake in every Hand with a Showdown. In the past i thought it is only a Problem at stars, but you can find These sucks everytime and everywhere.

  26-Nov-13, 15:49   #3

Joined: Dec '12
Location: Bulgaria
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 1022
I know how you feel! This is too bad. That reminds when I played a live tournament this summer. I had AA, the other player had 9 10. The flop was 458. The turn was 10 and the river was 10. He went all in, I called and I was out with AA. Sad We were only 18 players left. I felt very bad.

Don't worry! That happen sometimes with live poker as well. Sad Life goes on!

  26-Nov-13, 16:30   #4

Joined: May '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 2219
Did he go all in on the flop or on the river?

  26-Nov-13, 17:16   #5
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 50 (M)
Posts: 7300
Cruel cruel way to lose. You played the hand perfectly but that is no consolation after getting so close but to come away with nothing is very upsetting. You just have to dust yourself down and get back on the horse! unlucky again mate Smile

  26-Nov-13, 17:30   #6
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 42 (F)
Posts: 13388
It happens to the best of the families as they say Smile
You got unlucky there, but it happens.
You forgot to mention though one of the most important things.
How much you won Smile

  26-Nov-13, 18:18   #7
Joined: Aug '09
Location: Chile
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 1339
Posted by Phisix:
Did he go all in on the flop or on the river?

For what I understood he pushed all in after the CBet on the flop.

It is actually an awful suckout, but that is how Poker works. You played well, but you can not do anything else that keep playing well and wait for your moment.

May be the next tournament wil be yours! Good luck!

  26-Nov-13, 18:22   #8
Joined: Jun '10
Location: Belgium
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 1427
Well it really sucks to loose like that.

If you loose such a hand versus a pocket pair that hits a set on the flop .. .you can take that ...

but losing versus a runner-runner set, str or flush is always horrible...

The only thing you can say is that you played it well ... but the pokergods were not with you but with your opponent.

  27-Nov-13, 01:40   #9
Joined: Sep '13
Location: Australia
Age: 24 (M)
Posts: 48
i had the betting lead and bet 46k on the flop and he pushed all in over the top of my 46k so yeah he went all in on the flop

i actually did mention that Tongue i basically bubbled because of that hand haha, sucks but ohwell always next time mober Tongue

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