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  18-Dec-15, 01:38   #1
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Joined: Oct '13
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Thank you PS for cracking my AA by both of my opponent's.

P.S. I played my AA very aggressive and the all in was on the flop.

Edited by sinansinan (18 December 2015 @ 01:41 GMT)

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  18-Dec-15, 01:48   #2

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Both guys called your allin, coz they were both on flush draw, with two more cards to come, 90% of players would have called your allin in that spot, the player on the right even had str8 draw and thats exactly the hand he won with, just becoze of this kind a shiit i always put all my chips BEFORE the flop with AA, ill never again slow play ace`s Big Smile

  18-Dec-15, 02:14   #3

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and you play NL50 and your bankroll is 0 at the moment... and that doesnt tell you anything? Proper bankroll menagment dude... I would never go to play NL50 if I have less than 1k $ and for sure not 6 handed... for 6 handed NL50 I wouldnt play without at least 1500$ bankroll :S if this would happend in range of your bankroll you would just shake it of, tell to yourself that you did proper job, and that is to make them shove when they are weaker than you, and you would continue playing and make profit with your play...

as the all in players concern... they were strong on flop... both of them had flush drow, first one had mid paor to go with it, and srcond one was gutted and had flush drow... so its justified their call... expecialy if you played preaty agressive all the time

  18-Dec-15, 05:37   #4

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Well, you got your money in good there. Of course you will lose about 1 time out of 3 because they both have outs but yeah I hate situations like this. You know you did the right play and you don't get rewarded for it. It feels bad but it happens all the time.

What sucks is sometimes it feels like you can't do this kind of suckouts and only others can... But maybe they lose more in the long run, who knows. Better luck next time.

  18-Dec-15, 05:42   #5

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Location: Germany
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I see no problem with this hand. All players had good reasons to play the way they played the hand. And after the chips went in on the flop, it was all down to the fall of the cards. Nice hand, next hand.

  18-Dec-15, 16:11   #6

Joined: Mar '14
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Ouch, the pot would have been all (or partially depending on your starting stack size) yours!

Best of luck in your future endeavors!

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (18 December 2015 @ 16:32 GMT)

  18-Dec-15, 16:56   #7
Joined: May '13
Location: Mauritius
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Hi mate those are the spots that looks to be good but on stats if you try the equity you are just a small favorite so sometimes there is a chance that you will lose the flip and all, anyway good luck also we need to be able to deal with those variance and this will make us better poker player and we can there looks to progress and then therefore make some money at the tables and all, anyway good luck mate have fun and do well at the tables!

  19-Dec-15, 07:38   #8

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Not a good flop when holding aces but still wonder how can someone called with 87s if you played it very aggressive preflop as you mentioned...

  19-Dec-15, 13:10   #9
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funny thing both beat you
can't blame them for calling the flop though
but that 87s pre-flop call is really bad

it is really sad that you had to lost since they block each other outs
that is a massive pot , wish you best of luck in your next games
don't let this bring you down , win and lose that is poker

  19-Dec-15, 17:47   #10

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Dont know what did u really expect [:? ] pokErstars is THE BIGGEST cheating site with too manny bingo players who probanly have rich parents to fill their accounts with lots of money and they would follow anything withouth knowing the outs. Sad for ur loss but it happends, specialy at Jokerstars. If u played that hand on FT i doubt it would go the same way. We all who comment on your post had so many suckouts on pokerstars that it has become a deja vu or sleep paralizes Tongue .

P.S. if i would count how many stupid outcomes i was faced and lost, i would call myself Scarface cause thats just what jokerstars does to you - leaving scars.

  19-Dec-15, 20:44   #11
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First of all you shouldn't play with all your money at one table on any stakes because of that kind of situations. Ok, AA is the best hand preflop, but with two spades on the flop and a gutshot the guy on your right has about 40% to win in this spot even when you got AA. So his call is more good choice. You must remember that even AA don't win every hand and it's normal if you loose some, sometimes couple in a row. More opponents playing in the hand - aces are weaker hand. Look at the table, not only your hand. Sometimes it's even better to fold Aces on a flop.

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