Joined: Nov '11
Age: 39 (M)
Posted by arsenej1: Lol not trying to argue or sound like an ass man. Bad beats suck for sure but if we think about how hands went down and hands we do win it makes the losses not seem to bad. Ive been sucked out on lots today and couldnt believe the crap im seeing but dwelling on it isnt gonna help me eather. Good luck eather way itll turn around
Man,believe me or not,but after i share my bad beats i feel better and start over again and play much better.Yesterday i explose and loose not seeing end of BS,but today after bad beats i just stop,control myself copy paste hand,open thread and post,after all that i be cool,return back and make profit.Yesterday i am not stop,just make buy.ins and lose all day.In the end my head be like f...ing baloon
Posted by Tony_MON7ANA:
Posted by pelinimed: but I do always something, never deposit. It's all ok!
Good, you are smart not to deposit your own money! You can post whatever (at your discretion) you want! No problem!
Posted by jeffaboy: those bad beats deffo suck but happens to anyone , i had q-q in a ko tournament just now flop came a- 3 - q , river came down another a , villain showed a-3 pretty painfull but s**t happens
Its be great if we have one tournament weekly for mobsters with one-two buy-in.We have some microstakes tournaments through PSO,only members,with maybe80-90 entries and i really enjoy playing those tournaments
Edited by pelinimed (Tuesday, December 30, 2014 @ 22:43 GMT)
pelinimed bets $1.29, Fastilkos raises $2.68 and is all-in, pelinimed calls $1.39. TURN; [5D, 3S, 2H, JD]
RIVER; [5D, 3S, 2H, JD, 6H]
pelinimed shows [AD, AH] Fastilkos shows [6D, 3D] Fastilkos wins $6.38 from the main pot with two pair. Summary
Main pot : $6.38
kannenberg loses $0.00
Fastilkos bets $3.28, collects $6.38, net $3.10
Ximik74 loses $0.00
pelinimed loses ($3.28)
WillyC666 loses ($0.10)
KillaTomcat loses ($0.05)
I don't really like the 6BB bet pre-flop. It's a bit transparent, so people will just fold, or call with hands that have good potential to beat pocket pairs (like suited connectors). If they connect big on the flop, they're pretty sure you'll fire a c-bet, and are unwilling to let the hand go, since you are already invested (it's hard to control the pot if you start out that big). If they do not connect, they simply fold. This is giving up 6BB, but every once in a while they'll take your entire stack, that pays for the calls.
The point is that betting this big pre-flop is giving away information to your opponents, and does not usually get the best value from your monster hands.
Joined: Oct '14
Age: 35 (M)
Well from my point of view you have done everything right here my friend. You made a big raise with AA and you even got a caller. The reraise - all in on the flop is the only thing you can do. If that guy calls your big raise with 63 that is just bad luck.