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  23-Feb-16, 10:44   #21
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Skpmorita 
Joined: Feb '14
Location: Tunisia
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 2089
you wouldn't see this play in micro stakes Shock .
AK shove pre in NL25 is a bit loose but i assume you had a read on this idiot , that is why you shoved on him knowing he would call any 2 cards
all he needed was a pair to win but pokerstars gave him Full-House Big Smile with his stupid 9-6

     
  23-Feb-16, 10:53   #22
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pokkerimees 
Joined: Oct '08
Location: Estonia
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 396
MaxiArma, in my opinion you did play the hand bad.

No min reraise here, all in preflop, your stack was to small. Im not saying your opponet would fold then, but that way it did cost him only 400 more to see flop with pot 1900. He did nothing wrong raising here, he was bigstack and late position, if you would shove preflop, then he only had 400 in, he COULD fold.


Shokaku
So the call is bad play. Reraising to , say 10-11 dollars? to make other fold. If he is not folding, you are committed. Or could you fold , if opponent shoves after your fivebet. In that case youd save some money.


     
  23-Feb-16, 19:14   #23
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StheP 

Joined: Oct '14
Location: Serbia
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Posts: 4315
Posted by Skpmorita:
you wouldn't see this play in micro stakes Shock .
AK shove pre in NL25 is a bit loose but i assume you had a read on this idiot , that is why you shoved on him knowing he would call any 2 cards
all he needed was a pair to win but pokerstars gave him Full-House Big Smile with his stupid 9-6

actualy NL25 is consider micro game...

     
  23-Feb-16, 19:18   #24
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Skpmorita 
Joined: Feb '14
Location: Tunisia
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 2089
Posted by StheP:
Posted by Skpmorita:
you wouldn't see this play in micro stakes Shock .
AK shove pre in NL25 is a bit loose but i assume you had a read on this idiot , that is why you shoved on him knowing he would call any 2 cards
all he needed was a pair to win but pokerstars gave him Full-House Big Smile with his stupid 9-6

actualy NL25 is consider micro game...


i know that which i mean the micro micro stakes 0.01/0.02 Big Smile

     
  24-Feb-16, 03:17   #25
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lolita626 
Joined: Jul '13
Location: Canada
Age: 34 (F)
Posts: 10
I totally agree I've had the most frustrating hands beat out a killer hand of mine and it seems so unfair. Only advice I can give is watch your opponents and get to know them on the table don't trust any plays especially with loose players like that. He will go all in just to see the river with not a thing on the board. Probably hammered and high playing in their boxers laughing at the stupid moves he's making. Your hand was the better one needlesstosay but cards are cards they are random and a deadly hand isn't always a sure thing. I've won on a 2 7 hand just because I was at my end and I won against AA's best thing to do is wittle these loser players down bit by bit and never call them on a table if you can. Avoid them let other players take them out and pay attention to their carelessness believe it or not people like that do have patterns and if you watch close enough you'll be able to see it and avoid it.

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Posted by pinotte:
You had a very good hand A K but you were playing against a loose canon guy that did not care about money and called anything.

You can't blame Stars they never told this guy to play like he did and unfortunately he hit and won the pot.

You were very unlucky on this one but in the long term you will make money with this kid of players. Smile



Lol sorry I responded to this comment and it went to the second page no ones gonna know what I'm talking about. I don't post nearly enough and I'm a bloody noob at it

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Posted by Skpmorita:
you wouldn't see this play in micro stakes Shock .
AK shove pre in NL25 is a bit loose but i assume you had a read on this idiot , that is why you shoved on him knowing he would call any 2 cards
all he needed was a pair to win but pokerstars gave him Full-House Big Smile with his stupid 9-6


Lol RIGHT!!!!!!!!???? You hit in right on with that comment. The guy probably got a prepaid MasterCard for Christmas and dumped it all into a high stakes game just trying to play with the big numbers and think he's a kill player. Lol it's probably my ex-husband hahaha

Edited by lolita626 (Wednesday, February 24, 2016 @ 03:23 GMT)


     
  24-Feb-16, 05:08   #26
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superthight 

Joined: Jan '13
Location: Philippines
Age: 53 (F)
Posts: 857
yup pokerstars again so many tournaments so many promotions but i dont know whos winning in that pokerstars online poker but anyway thanks for the good informaton know i can avoid depositing funds... Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
  4-Mar-16, 20:34   #27
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 8926
I played around 50 Spin & Go's yesterday and have gone out of the tournament 27 out of 35 times as a favorite. Got rivered 21 times on these 27 suckouts. Mostly 2 to 5-outer ones. Again and again, never-ending sh*t.

Totally fed up with the game.
So, I self-banned for a lifetime from P*kerSt*rs.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Friday, March 04, 2016 @ 21:08 GMT)


     
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