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AA fails,sick  0   
$0.1/$0.25 No-Limit Hold'em (9 handed)

Known players:

MP2: $4.30



MP3: $25.00



CO: $26.30



BU(Hero): $11.25



SB: $44.60



BB: $25.00



UTG1: $11.10



UTG2: $4.90



MP1: $43.25




Preflop: Hero is BU with Ad, As.
5 folds, CO raises to $0.75, Hero raises to $2.00, SB raises to $7.00, 2 folds, Hero raises to $11.25, SB calls $4.25.

Flop: ($23.5) 3h, 9d, 7h (0 players)
SB gets uncalled bet back.

Turn: ($23.5) 5h (0 players)
SB gets uncalled bet back.

River: ($23.5) 9h (0 players)
SB gets uncalled bet back.

Final Pot: $19.25.
Results follow:

SB shows a flush, ace high(Ah Ac).
Hero shows two pairs, aces and nines(Ad As).

SB wins with a flush, ace high clubs (Ah Ac).

     
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ouch got to hate them and yes that was sick Aww crap!

     
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told you clubs are the best, hehehehehe see my post on which suit card is the best,

and ul about that hand dude Agree

     
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ouchie tht must have hurt.
its a really sick badbeat, nothing you can do when u lose to same pocket pair.
you can just hope that something like this never happens again and if it does you're at the winning end

     
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lol.

It remind me a really sick hand that I played a few days ago.

Got AA against AQ. Preflop all-in
Flop came 666 I thought I had already won but when I saw the table again I realized I had lost.
Turn Q, River Q

Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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Had exactly the same happen to me three spots away from the money in a $30 MTT.

I was average stack. Big stack shoves into me on the BB. I thought WEEEE christmas.

he turns over AA as well..

he hits a four on the board flush and out I go...

     
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Well, indeed as many have said, it happens. My goal for 2010 is exactly that, to be able to quickly say to myself "it happens" whenever my hand gets beat by pure luck or stupid play and avoid tilt by all means

     
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This situation is very unfair but common, more that you can imagine. That's exactly what happened to Andy Bloch against Eric Lindgren. At the begining, laughing, shaking their hands, good mood but ... when appears flop, turn ... and the river, buf!

See here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0B_e-9u6Ih4

     
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Outsch.

But s**t like that happens all the time. But look at it this way: You lost only half a buy in. Blink

     
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can happen to everyone, you could have pushed all in but there is no way that the other guy on that flop would lay aces down. Just a bad beat.

     
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This one hurt particularly !!! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!
But well, sometime the 1% chance must happens and its not cool. In a thousand hands, youll give the same badbeat, laughing massivly !

     
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Has happened to me and it is really sick. If you play your A-game after a hand like that you have a great mind control.

     
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had the same badbeat happen just at the bigginning of a MTT tourny, it does really sucks Sad

Anyway you will have to live with this, it's poker !

     
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feel sick for the loser on that hand but that poker Aww crap!


     
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