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  28-Oct-14, 14:15   #1
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StheP 

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I just made my six in life royal flush, I wanted to show it so I checked on river Big Smile
http://www.boomplayer.com/hr/poker-hands/Boom/11474046_...
I am so happy right now, hoping ther will be 7th royal flush soon Big Smile

     
  28-Oct-14, 14:24   #2
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Skpmorita 
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nice hand
you shouldnt have checked the river
no 8 or 9 of clubs would bet to you
so he was obviously gonna check
but a bet might get a call from an ace or queen if he believed you were bluffing him

     
  28-Oct-14, 14:27   #3
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StheP 

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i didnt care for chips, I just wanted to open royal flush, so if I bet river he could fold, and I wouldnt show royal flush Big Smile

     
  28-Oct-14, 14:32   #4
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yout85 
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Posted by Skpmorita:
nice hand
you shouldnt have checked the river
no 8 or 9 of clubs would bet to you
so he was obviously gonna check
but a bet might get a call from an ace or queen if he believed you were bluffing him


Don't agree here... I know you say the check was just to show down StheP, but actually it was likely your best move too. With the cards on the board, and the cards in your hand, you were unlikely to get just called by anything... if they had quads or a full house, you would get paid off by checking anyway - but likelihood is they didn't have a full house, or a very high flush and so the only way to get anything out of them is to make them think the fourth club disappointed you.

I would've checked there on a cash table...

     
  28-Oct-14, 14:33   #5
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Skpmorita 
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Big Smile
nice one
i had a couple royal flush and it seemed always 10K getting me there
take it easy on them Tongue

     
  28-Oct-14, 14:34   #6
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StheP 

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if i played for value, I would bet 2BB and I would likely get called... If not he would fold evrything, so small bet is best option for sure Big Smile

     
  28-Oct-14, 14:45   #7
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Skpmorita 
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Posted by yout85:
Posted by Skpmorita:
nice hand
you shouldnt have checked the river
no 8 or 9 of clubs would bet to you
so he was obviously gonna check
but a bet might get a call from an ace or queen if he believed you were bluffing him


Don't agree here... I know you say the check was just to show down StheP, but actually it was likely your best move too. With the cards on the board, and the cards in your hand, you were unlikely to get just called by anything... if they had quads or a full house, you would get paid off by checking anyway - but likelihood is they didn't have a full house, or a very high flush and so the only way to get anything out of them is to make them think the fourth club disappointed you.

I would've checked there on a cash table...

like you said he obviously had a bad hand
probably just a queen
it is a question of
you wanna bet it and maybe a small club would go for it
or check and see if he is gonna bluff you

and a limper pre flop is most likley not gonna bet that
and it depends on the read on him

i think here in both ways , there was no money going in the river

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trips , straight , flush would not bet but might call
2 pair would not bet and not call
FH or better would raise a bet

thats why prefer bet
in cash games they will bluff that in a second , or at least in the ones im playing

Edited by Skpmorita (Tuesday, October 28, 2014 @ 15:05 GMT)


     
  28-Oct-14, 20:52   #8
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Mober 
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Never bad when you get one. Always happy no matter what the game is.
Even if it is fun play. The bad thing so far from the ones i had in real
money games, was that i didnt manage to win big.
It is better winning big pots than having a royal and win the minimum Smile

     
  28-Oct-14, 21:02   #9
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damosk 
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While this thread is clearly about poker, it got me wondering whether the Royal a Family (in UK, but equally any royal family anywhere else) has a little chuckle each time they go to the toilet and flush, on the basis that once again they have a Royal Flush!

     
  28-Oct-14, 21:08   #10
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yout85 
Joined: May '12
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A post of mine from a while ago about my first ever Royal Flush:


"The biggest pot I've ever won was with a Royal Flush...

$1.00/2.00 NL, 6-Max...

On the button with Q10 spades...

Player 1 Folds
Player 2 Raises to $8
Player 3 Calls $8
I Call $8
Small Blind Folds
Big Blind Folds

Flop: Ks Js Kc

Player 2 Bets $16
Player 3 Calls $16
I call $16

Turn: 3h

Player 2 Checks
Player 3 Checks
I check

River: As

Player 2 Pushes all-in for $230
Player 3 Folds
I....... call (believe it or not) and scoop a ~$500 pot Thumbs Up

Player 2 was holding pocket Aces, so hit a full house on the river.


As far as the odds go... You should get one Royal Flush for every 30,940 hands you get dealt. This would only be the case if you played EVERY hand with a ten or higher in it, and NEVER folded while the possibility of a Royal was still there... so in reality, the odds are more likely to be somewhere near 200,000-1"

     
  28-Oct-14, 21:14   #11
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Mober 
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That is indeed a good payout. But you are playing higher limits also Smile
That player would have been traumatised after this bad beat Smile
It is one of the moments where you praying for someone to go all in.
And someone heard yours lol.
Good hand.

     
  28-Oct-14, 21:19   #12
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yout85 
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Posted by Mober:
That is indeed a good payout. But you are playing higher limits also Smile
That player would have been traumatised after this bad beat Smile
It is one of the moments where you praying for someone to go all in.
And someone heard yours lol.
Good hand.


Yeah... that was a good 10 years ago... and the ironic thing is, that the exact same hand now I would've played totally differently. I would re-raise from the button... the Aces would 4-bet and I would fold, so instead of being ~$250 up, I would've lost $24

Thankfully I was young and inexperienced Big Smile

     
  28-Oct-14, 21:41   #13
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pinotte 
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Is that mean that you should play the same way like 10 years ago Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

I am pretty sure the answer is no you like your play a lot better than 10 years ago. Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
  28-Oct-14, 22:09   #14
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yout85 
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Posted by pinotte:
Is that mean that you should play the same way like 10 years ago Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

I am pretty sure the answer is no you like your play a lot better than 10 years ago. Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up


Definitely Smile

I thought I was brilliant back then, but I've learned so much since it has shown me how wrong I was... and that makes me realise I still have so much to learn.

     
  28-Oct-14, 23:02   #15
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av1966 
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congrats it´s always a trill to have a straight flush and I´m with you on the way you played the hand some times the show off is sweeter then profit Worship Worship
Just keep on doing those kind of plays and good kuck at the tables Thumbs Up Thumbs Up
Maybe in a near future it will happen to me also Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
  28-Oct-14, 23:10   #16
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StheP 

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Tnx a lot, but it isnt straight flush, but royal flush xD sorry for correction, I hate to correct ppl. Just w8 nd it will happend to you for sure. Like I said few days before, I watched some interviews with poker pros, and few of them said that they never had royal flush before... but be paitent and just keep playing poker and it will hapend for sure!!!

     
  29-Oct-14, 09:44   #17
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doubletop777 
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Very nice hand indeed. I do think that you missed a couple of streets of value. I would have definitely bet the flop and, after reraising him on the turn, you really should have bet the river. Nice hand though

     
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