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You should have folded at least once during those times, I agree.

     
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QQ vs AK is a flip, and of cause will the chips go in the middle here, even more as you are only 4-handed. The TT hand is trickier. But with only 4 players it is to strong to play weak.

     
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Posted by SCDossett:
I think you may have overplayed TT. If i get reraised and im holding TT i hope to play a flop and at least get my cash in as an overpair. Its difficult being so short handed though

I would of also shoved 5c 8s. I prefer to always raise from anywhere besides the BB and with 2 1/2 blinds left i will shove and hope. I am suprised by how often the BB folds even to such a small raise.

There really may have been nothing you could have done to get away from it because of how short handed it is. But those are my critiques with hindsight

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u play good but its poker site joke on u because the chip leaders aluod to win all sites and very offten so if u have good hand and your opponetn have low hand and he call he ll win anyway 90 % tested for my real play Smile so its strange but its poker and u just angry push close button and go out off here

good luck all Tongue

     
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With the sizeable chip stack u had, you would have been better off playing super tight aggressive. Push with QQ or better and check fold nearly everything else until u were in the money.
It''s not flashy or complicated, but is effective in surviving.

     
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I think you played well played was good,

but you had very bad luck but this happens to me a lot,

so the question is not to despair when you have a bad streak like this

and we must try to forget as quickly as possible so as not to influence your game.


     
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just unlucky, it's just the way poker is...






     
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Hello everybody!
I think you made a mistake with your pair of 10. You'll have a bit of calm down and wait for a better spot. But it could also have you succeed.
See you soon for new posts lol! Blink

     
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played qq correctly
tt isnt very thin, playing such a donkament you
will often see Axs and 77-99 and A9o++.

A7 played correctly aswell, just dont play such donkaments Smile

     
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Posted by SCDossett:
I think you may have overplayed TT. If i get reraised and im holding TT i hope to play a flop and at least get my cash in as an overpair. Its difficult being so short handed though

I would of also shoved 5c 8s. I prefer to always raise from anywhere besides the BB and with 2 1/2 blinds left i will shove and hope. I am suprised by how often the BB folds even to such a small raise.

There really may have been nothing you could have done to get away from it because of how short handed it is. But those are my critiques with hindsight

I agree to Dossetts omment!!!!

     
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Only the third one was a donk hand, but just because you were really unlucky the two before. To lose with QQ and 10 10 as leader it's not so easy to stand and booom, you tilted and game over. Blink
Maybe you could avoid to go all in preflop in bubble zone, call his reraising ... maybe. Tongue

     
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Posted by pmmalmeida:
Hello guys,

I was the bubble boy last night on the Cash Crazy $33 at Celeb Poker Sad
After going through 383 players there are only four left. I was the chip leader with 240k, opponent one had 85k, opponent two had 150k and and opponent three had 125k I think.
Ante 200
Blinds 1k/2k
My last four hands:

1
my cards - Q Club Q Diamond
action - I raise 12k on SB and opponent one goes all in on BB. I call...
board - A Diamond 3 Club J Club K Club 7 Diamond
result - He had A Spade K Club and beats me with two pairs, Aces and Kings for 85k. I'm left with 155k. Aww crap!

2
my cards - 10 Diamond 10 Spade
action - I raise to 10k on the button and opponent two re-raises to 14k on BB, I re-raise to 44k and he goes all in. I call...
board - K Club 8 Heart 8 Club A Diamond 6 Diamond
result- He had J Spade J Heart and beats me with top pair, Jacks for 150k. I'm left with 5k. Aww crap!

3
my cards - 5 Club 8 Spade
action - I fold UTG.

4
my cards - A Spade 7 Heart
action - I go all in on the BB, opponents one and three call.
board - 10 Spade 9 Spade 5 Spade Q Diamond Q Heart
result - Opponent three had 8 Spade 7 Spade on SB and wins the hand with flush on the flop!!! Shock Opponent one mucks and I became the bubble boy... All other tree players split the prize, 11$ each.

I think I played correctly, what do you guys think?

Thank you!


First hand you was ok with all in SB with QQ Thumbs Up
Second hand you should have got away from. Thumbs Down
Third hand (thats all you could do) Thumbs Up
Forth hand its debateable as you went out with it...? i suppose at this point you thought any A would give you a chance but you was unlucky...
IMO Blink

     
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Just to explain what I was thinking on that second hand... I had just lost 1/3 of my stack and re-raised with 10 10. I believed that the guy that raised me was just trying to take advantage of the situation and didn't believe he had me beat (maybe AQ / AJ) and I was willing to flip the coin again (I wasn't going to loose the coin flip twice, right?).
From the advice and tips posted here I get that I do usually overplay mid pairs, has I usually go out strong with those hands.
I just wanted to thank you guys that posted and voted, especially to those that voted "You suck, never play poker again"
Big Smile

     
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