Joined: Jun '13
Age: 74 (M)
I was playing the Party Poker blog freeroll. I was doing not to bad when i was in late position with H 10s i limp and with another player. The flop come K K 10 so i decided to slow play my hand no bet on the flop i check the turn and the other guy make a small bet that i called. the river come wit a Q again check the other one increase is bet i shove and he called showing K D and i lost this.
I read somewhere never slow play it is very dangerous however in this case even if i had bet he had trip K with a very good kicker i don't think he would have folded.
Joined: Feb '13
Age: 40 (M)
Dude I'm in the exacy smae position as you are currently. I been flopping nuts to get out drawn to absolute nuts all week long. I'm starting to realize to always bet or raise now. Yes if he trip Kings you're not getting rid of this player that's for sure. Just unlucky buddy and it will soon be your time when these hands actually hold up. Good luck out there pinotte and remember alot of it is just that, Luck lots of luck needed in these things.
Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 37 (M)
U got over run on the river buddy, he was not folding his trips K`s even if u have shoved on the turn, Q was already coming on the river, u could not have done much either way, suckout, fak it, its painful and faks with your mind, even the best of players are not immune to tilting, so dont worry about it, mb the very next day it would be yourtime to suckout like this on other guys on the table Do the best u can to put this hand bhind u, and move on bro
Joined: Jan '10
Age: 54 (M)
Yap, I always ask to myself when I got similar case like you pinotte, What should I do ? what's skill I have to improve ? learn from who? I remember, no poker book discuss about that. Do you read it ? someone please let me know Like SBEP said, he wouldn't fold even you shove on turn ( or flop, I am sure )! that's the problem
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 30 (M)
For once my aces actually held .... was slow playing the hell outta this dude as he was tighter then a nuns.... not gonna finish that *********** # 1 ************** PokerStars Hand #150614016788: Tournament #1514223612, $14.25+$0.75 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level III (20/40) - 2016/03/19 17:27:28 ET Table '1514223612 1' 3-max Seat #3 is the button Seat 1: arsenej1 (805 in chips) Seat 3: Flash9021299 (695 in chips) Flash9021299: posts small blind 20 arsenej1: posts big blind 40 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to arsenej1 [Ah Ad] Flash9021299: calls 20 arsenej1: raises 80 to 120 Flash9021299: calls 80 *** FLOP *** [As 3c 9d] arsenej1: checks Flash9021299: bets 40 arsenej1: calls 40 *** TURN *** [As 3c 9d] arsenej1: checks Flash9021299: checks *** RIVER *** [As 3c 9d 5h] arsenej1: bets 120 Flash9021299: raises 415 to 535 and is all-in arsenej1: calls 415 *** SHOW DOWN *** Flash9021299: shows [8h 9s] (two pair, Nines and Eights) arsenej1: shows [Ah Ad] (three of a kind, Aces) arsenej1 collected 1390 from pot Flash9021299 finished the tournament in 2nd place arsenej1 wins the tournament and receives $30.00 - congratulations! *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 1390 | Rake 0 Board [As 3c 9d 5h 8d] Seat 1: arsenej1 (big blind) showed [Ah Ad] and won (1390) with three of a kind, Aces Seat 3: Flash9021299 (button) (small blind) showed [8h 9s] and lost with two pair, Nines and Eight