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ill never play ACES again!!!  0   
** Hand # 1959639936 starting - 2008-04-10 13:30:31
** Pacifica [Hold 'em] (0.25|0.50 NL - Cash Game) Real Money

Hovis139 sitting in seat 1 with $28.50
KillaKali22 sitting in seat 2 with $53.09
155879 sitting in seat 3 with $9.50
ropka11 sitting in seat 4 with $18.79[Dealer]
nataz sitting in seat 5 with $67.57[Sitting out]
Attak sitting in seat 6 with $9.06
Tupsteri sitting in seat 7 with $52.54
kin777 sitting in seat 8 with $28.50
ReneZ sitting in seat 9 with $56.25
TORMULAINEN sitting in seat 10 with $14.75
Attak posted the small blind - $0.25
Tupsteri posted the big blind - $0.50
155879 posted to play - $0.50

** Dealing cards to TORMULAINEN: Ac, As
kin777 folded
ReneZ folded
TORMULAINEN raised to $2.50
Hovis139 raised to $7.42
KillaKali22 folded
155879 folded
ropka11 folded
Attak folded
Tupsteri folded
TORMULAINEN went all-in - $12.25
Hovis139 called - $14.75

** Dealing the flop: Jc, 8c, 7d

** Dealing the turn: 2h

** Dealing the river: Qh
TORMULAINEN shows: Ac, As
Hovis139 shows: Qs, Qd
Hovis139 wins $29.22 from the main pot

Edited by tormulainen (10 April 2008 @ 13:00 GMT)


     
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those bad beats happens all the time

     
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I don`t think that if you catch aces again you will not play them Smile But this hand you get unlucky. Next time maybe you will beat .... or will be beaten again Big Smile

     
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yes they do happen all the time, i bet you have won more with AA than you have lost its just that you dont remember all the times you won with them just the times you got drawn out on. better luck next time.

     
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heh i just dropped from a tournament with AA. Got all-in on preflot and they guy called with 33. well flop was 3 ofcourse and there we go out of the tournament.

     
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well at least you went down with a bang.... s**t happen's my friend, but i wish you many many more AA Spade Club Heart Diamond

     
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so next time you get AA i want you to post the hand history where you fold the hand preflop Big Smile dude i know AA are the best hand in holdem and it sucks when you loose with it but then again nobody complains and say there were extremly lucky to win with 76 suited against AA

     
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There isnt a guy who lays down AA preflop, maybe on a very bad flop and you know that you are beated.. but not pre.. This was just an unlucky hand, happens to everybody! GL in the future with the aces Cool

     
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AMERICAN AIRLINES....WONDERFULL...BUT YOU CAN LOSE THE SAME.
IT'S SIMPLE THE GAME. YOU HAVE HAD AN UNLUCKY HAND, AA ARE THE BEST HAND IN HOLDEM. Forza e coraggio



     
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It is quite normal badbeat. In the distance you must remain in the plus and Your opponent just lucky.

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It is quite normal badbeat. In the distance you must remain in the plus and Your opponent just lucky.

     
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I have just lose with AA vs AA, four clubs on the table and no clucbs in my hand... it worth me about 1500$ on the damned pokerstars...
i think i'm not the pokerlady anymore!

     
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yaeh bad beats it's ok
sometimes it happens you should't be nervous about that or you'll never win someting in this game
just play in your poker and don't think about bad moments...

     
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Standard.

     
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Posted by b9meer:
Standard.

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And stop short-stacking. It means you have less of a skill edge.

     
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the most important issue is to now tilt. this things will keep happening.

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sorry, "NOT tilt"
regards

     
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online, my AA cracked 5/10...

best hand to loose big pots and win little ones for me lol

     
  
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