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flopping flushes in the freerolls is horse shit  0   
last three BRM freerolls i was takin out by a flopped flush. not the nut flush but a junk one. WTF??

very discouraging. raised preflop and called by junk to the flush. Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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ahhhhhhh The Freerolls thats a donkfest and yeah its always hard trying to figure it all out before getting knocked out lol better luck next time Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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holy crap total donkfest. but 3 flopped flushes in 3 consecutive freerolls. pretty sure the odds of flopping a flush are 1/ 250000 plus. really?? wtf? Aww crap! Thumbs Down

     
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Welcome to the world of freerolls, i don't play freerolls anymore but actually you meet some players that call with anything on cash games too.

Last night actually a russian shoved all in on flop 5 K 5 with 53 off, i called since i had KK, i think you know what the river was Thumbs Down

     
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i know what you mean. I suffer a lot from that disease too. I have e cawent to a doctor and he says he cant solve my problem. I saw a computer house and i took my pc there to see if the problem was with some chip and the geek told me "internet is a big connection between people all around the world and everything can happen when you are wired". My shrink just heard me, i paid $75 and his secretary told me to come back again next week to talk a little more about the subject. There's no way a randomized system draws so many flushes in freerolls! I dont see it happening that much in other games i play. Its the system...

     
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If only we made threads for the times we send ppl out by flopping flushes too... but that never happens right? Blink

     
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Yesterday I was curious if I could change things by playing totally crap and how far it would get me to just rely on table dynamics instead of playing for certain hand categories. Just for fun. I mean those things one could burn in freeroll-hell for, hehe.

- reraised preflop utg with 53 suited, rivered a straight 6 High
- pushed ai with J8 os, Flop: 88J - Turn: 8....

And some other funny stuff. I raised my stack from around 2.5k to 8.5k before another maniac (I suppose it must have been the antischrist) donked me out with even more fantastic crappy cards Tongue

     
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Hi guys!!

You do not take seriously the freerolls you can end up crazy. Don't search logic, just play and have fun. If you win a little cents, better.


     
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Yeah! I see it all playing in the Freerolls and have come to terms that you need to expect the unexpected. If your serious about hanging tough in the freerolls tghe only thing that keeps me in for the ride is;
1. Never pay more then the blind preflop.
2. Monitor your outs after the flop prior to making big bets.
3. Let the donks beat eachother out in the first 30 minutes.

Don't get me wrong! I've been beat every way you can in the freerolls, but when I try to hang I usually can by abiding by basic rules. Good Luck to All!

     
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Posted by Chartoule:
Hi guys!!

You do not take seriously the freerolls you can end up crazy. Don't search logic, just play and have fun. If you win a little cents, better.




Yeah, that's old story. Couldn't discuss poker strategy. Many player just play crazy and gambling. Even micro buy -in MTT or s n g is same. maybe who play at midle buy-in could be share better story Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile or not better ? Blink

     
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Agree on that you cannot take that into mind. Freeroll is for free, and this fact makes people do interesting moves. You cannot take same set mind to freeroll as you would playing Mid/High stakes.

My friend once said - to play 1/2 c stakes???? Its better to play zynga poker Big Smile

     
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ya its horrible, donk went all in i called with KK and he shows 10 4 suited and he was the chip leader, he flopped a fush...so ya donked out again in another freeroll...i swear to god that this random card generator picks a winner before the tournament is even started, i mean i play alot of live cash games, and never would the cards show up on the board like they do online...frustrating

     
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Posted by compfixer77:
ya its horrible, donk went all in i called with KK and he shows 10 4 suited and he was the chip leader, he flopped a fush...so ya donked out again in another freeroll...i swear to god that this random card generator picks a winner before the tournament is even started, i mean i play alot of live cash games, and never would the cards show up on the board like they do online...frustrating

and they always pick winners before in 25-50$ freerolls only, right?

     
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Posted by compfixer77:
ya its horrible, donk went all in i called with KK and he shows 10 4 suited and he was the chip leader, he flopped a fush...so ya donked out again in another freeroll...i swear to god that this random card generator picks a winner before the tournament is even started, i mean i play alot of live cash games, and never would the cards show up on the board like they do online...frustrating


How would that even be logically possible? Seriously. Okay, based on your theory, let's say it picks donkey1 to win. But then donkey1 is one of the players that just enrolled, but doesn't show up to play. I highly doubt the players going to win a tourney by autofolding.

     
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rule number 1. if you think you're being cheated then stop.

rule number 2. if you think it's rigged refer to rule #1.

Guys. Take a step back and think about what you're saying. Seriously. The law of large numbers proves all things are possible and sure flopping a flush is not common but if everyone is playing suited cards to a mid sized raise knowing the nit cant fold his overpair they become much more common.

Maybe they saw you play 3 hands all game and they were all premium and he picks up 73clubs and it just so happens hes able to get in cheap and pot odds and implied pot odds dictate you losing your stack if he hits paydirt. The real fact is AA KK and premium hands are a novelty. The real chip earnings are in fishing for a monster and making a lesser playing pay for overplaying.

In the example with KK and 10 4 this is typical. If you were one out of the money in a real money game this could be a fold just because you risk temping fate. In freerolls you are more then happy to click and roll the dice. I mean its not a sure thing ever and not even more then 70% likely. Chip leaders are typically people willing to risk parts of their stack against your whole game. meaning a miss and the pot is theres. a hit and they just play tight until they can take more chances.




     
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I had a similar whinning thread myself couple of days ago regarding freerolls. Had like 12 bad beats in a row near the bubble but as soon as the variance kicked back in i won 3 tournaments in a row. Then i realized that you just have to make good decisions no matter what and it ll pay off eventually. In freerolls it was much harder cause there is great amount of ppl thatt will call your AK suited with 2-7off and they ll do it 4-way :d. But when i got back on "normal" tables (above 1eur buyin) there was much less bad beats cause people wont do that. There are still plenty of bad beats every day just much less than in freerolls.

j also agree with MicroMachina, Cheers.

     
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guy despite enjoying playing freerolls I think technically not worth anything, you only play against a bunch of nuts who have more luck at the end wins, but to pass the time and earn a free money is great, you just know the right time to engage in hands

     
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