three hands in a row I had AA KK AA. But the best part was that i prior to this had made a semi-stupid raise that didn't get called. So when I raised third and fourth time people had no trust in me so I got payed of. It was a MTT
Joined: Jun '08
Age: 45 (M)
i had AA twice in a row but did not get paid for it, everybody folded. i think it was on a mtt table. well what can i do, just laugh. otherwise i got AA maybe 4 times in an hour on the same table. AA is nice but not when you lose with it.
Joined: May '08
Age: 50 (M)
Posted by stojaca:
Posted by Pjot: Yesterday I got AA 3 times within 4 hands on the same table! :O
It was a small buy-in DoN, and I already had a healthy stack, so it didn't make me a millionaire, but it was quite strange. I once got 'em back to back in a tournament, but three times in four hands?
So, what is there to discuss?
How many AA:s in a row have you ever had?
One gap between is OK, since otherwise my new record wouldn't count. You can have as many gaps as you like, but they can't be more than one hand each.
Cant remember more than two consecutive hands with AA.
My questions to Pjot is
1. In which poker room you had AA's 3 times in 4 consecutive hands? 2. What is your VIP level at that room?
It was at Mansion poker. I haven't been playing there for a long time, so I can't imagine I have any kind of VIP level. I used to play a lot there for like 2 years ago, and they recently gave me 5 $ to play around with, which I used on low buy-in DoN:s. So, in a monetary way, this didn't really do that much for me, as I wrote, but it was an interesting event.
Posted by Sherbert: Wow. AA three out of four times. That's a new record. LOL. Keep em coming. LOL. That must have felt nice.
Posted by jessthehuman:
The other day i was playing 4 tables NL25 and I get KK dealt on 3 of the 4 tables, won all of them too which was nice (no aces on any of the boards )
Now that, sir, is an even more unlikely turn of events!
Not losing with any of three KK:s just can not happen to me. Once, when I played limit poker, I had 15 AA and KK:s during the whole day (yes, it was so unreal that I kept statistics), and I think I lost all but two or three of them. And one of the wins was because everybody else folded preflop. I lost to hands like 74o, hitting a gutshot on the river, and I had been raising all the time!!
That was at Everest, a few years ago. I have no idea of why those people call with those hands...