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Game's over - This must be the unluckiest hand ever
A friend shared this hand with me. This is crazy
I would break my computer for sure

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/6802136_B...


     
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hey! Ur frend got really unlucky but the way he played hand is hilarious
u made my day Smile
i broke few keyboards while playing poker Smile Aww crap!

     
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I find, that playing aces like that will still get you a lot of action on low buy ins and you get called by stupid hands like KJo quite often and win lots of blinds as an preflop 86% favourite. So the play is nice and I use it for example in freerolls very sucesfully as well.
Still, you have to remember you have "only" 86% equity pre flop, 1 out of 7 times you will lose, so it is not that unlucky.
On the other side if the money went in on flop it would be the worst possible bad beat. 99,9% favourite hand, there is no way you will have more equity unless your opponent is drawing dead.

     
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i almost choke today i play fulltilt brm freeroll 3 ouhrs play build up 10K stack donk on table hand after hand go's all in

he has 12 K firts i get AK suited he go's all in i think i have better but i fold i dont want to go out direct

i get AA he go's again all in again really i couldn't fold that AA cards go open i see he has 8 10 ofs and who

got rewarded you already know the end off this story Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!


     
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Posted by ddblt1970:
I find, that playing aces like that will still get you a lot of action on low buy ins and you get called by stupid hands like KJo quite often and win lots of blinds as an preflop 86% favourite. So the play is nice and I use it for example in freerolls very sucesfully as well.
Still, you have to remember you have "only" 86% equity pre flop, 1 out of 7 times you will lose, so it is not that unlucky.
On the other side if the money went in on flop it would be the worst possible bad beat. 99,9% favourite hand, there is no way you will have more equity unless your opponent is drawing dead.


I totally agree here with ddblt1970

If you play pocket aces like that --> statistically yuo loose 1 out of 6 you (versus pocket pairs and suited connectors)

But postflop if yiou have hit a set or like here 4 aces --> it s a bad beat when there comes a runner runner royal flush on the board

     
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Although it is not a bad beat, getting sucked out like this will happen extremely rarely, the odds of this happening will be really low.

     
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Luck was really important, but longterm not enough. The poker schools say we can be winning Players lomgterm with the right moves. But i don´´t believe it after a few years. To much sucks and to much rake/fee make it unpossible to be a winning player. But the Hobby is nice Cool

     
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Hitting a 1 outer on the river very unlucky and unlikely too happen you will probably never see this happen in a live tournament vs online but when your big stack you can take these chances doesn't get ant sicker than that Shock Blink

     
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Brutal beat for your boy.

I had a disgusting hand two days ago but forgot to save it.
Dealt pocket Kings and the flop came Ah, Ks, 4d. Hit trips, great right?
I play smart and only call the raiser and its down to heads up.

8 drops, nothing special i should be dominating, then another 8 pops off on the river.

Well i get him to go all in and what does he have, Pockets 88's 4 of o kind!

Well doesn't that just suck to be me. Oh well it busted me but i got it in with as good a hand as any.



     
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I dont understand why it was hilarious the way he played the hand Smile
He had pocket aces, should he have slow played them?
How many times i have lost with slow play and big raises with AA, cause some call
with anything.

     
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Sure it's unlucky, but how did he played his other hands?
The bigstack had to put 1/4 of his stack in this hand.
It was a low buy-in, and in tournements like that are for sure gamblers.

Good luck next time.

     
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Posted by DaCapo71:
Luck was really important, but longterm not enough. The poker schools say we can be winning Players lomgterm with the right moves. But i don''t believe it after a few years. To much sucks and to much rake/fee make it unpossible to be a winning player. But the Hobby is nice Cool


If "after a few years" you are a losing player overall then you're just bad,sorry..

     
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Offcourse you can be a winning player. After all all that money that those fish type players (like this guy with KJo) lose, it all goes to someone - pokerstars take their share, but only a few percent.

And, i prefer it not to call it luck. It's just statistics.
AA dont win 100% of time. ''Only'' for about 80% of time. So 1 of 5 time you'll lose. It's not luck, it's just statistics.

     
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Be glad, that there are losing players, who do you think you are winning money from?
Respect them,
don´t insult them,
so they stay around as long as possible and donate us more money!

     
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This is the sort of hand you will see in all the bad poker movies!! This guy must have been throwing things at the wall after this hand and i would have had to take a break from the game or i would have smashed something up. Craziest hand i have ever seen

     
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Posted by Mober:
I dont understand why it was hilarious the way he played the hand Smile

well maybe it has something to do with the fact that he went all-in with a 4K+ bet into a pot of 45 chips...

     
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As i said above, i have pretty much stopped slow playing aces.
It is the best hand to go all in preflop, so i go all in,
hoping for a caller, and then hoping to win the hand Smile
Sometimes it works, others it doesnt.
Butt i am getting more wins like that, than slow playing them.
At least thats what happens with me.

     
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