Joined: Oct '14
Age: 32 (M)
I dont know why you didnt shoved flop...its extreme wet board, and you are ahead in almoust all the time... its extreme +EV to shove on that flop... but he wouldnt fold for sure... maybe if you 2 are deeper maybe he could find fold, but I doubt it...
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 45 (F)
You had double the stack on the table, from all the players. I would have shoved all in preflop Nothing you could do when the flop came out. With two pairs, the other player would have called no matter what. Better luck next time.
in general, that nothing beyond the ordinary, I did not see .. I think AA often lose, and this should be accepted .. of course psychologically it is very difficult to lose two aces in this hand I would play as well as you .. anything can happen in poker
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 48 (M)
I think the player 3 on the button who cold-called your 4-bet with King Ten off suit was not going to fold on that flop. I would rather 4-bet bigger or shove all-in preflop with Aces, considering all of your three opponents' stacks were much shorter than yours.
------------ * Replace 4-bet with 3-bet in the post above.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (25 January 2017 @ 17:06 GMT)
Mocoteo, I think you played the hand perfectly. Shoving there would have been a mistake in my opinion. The 3bet to 480 was perfect. Anything between 450 and 600 is good there. You want them to call obviously so scaring them with a shove wouldn't be a good thing.
About post flop play, the flop is also great for you, and considering their remaining stack sizes they can't really hurt you so it's an easy hand to play. No need to trap them there but it worked so no big deal. Of course the turn & river give him a 1 in 50 chance on a runner runner flush that's just unlucky. You did nothing wrong except believing you were going to win the hand untill the river came... As I always say, the best way to be disapointed is to have expectations.
Joined: Jan '17
Age: 64 (M)
It is poker so really no one decision that is only true, there are many possible mobes to make everytime and if they work they are goid, if they dont they are not good in that moment, but can also be good other time in the same situation. So poker is interesting game with many possibilities
looked again and realized that hand that you made a big mistake ... the opponent could dyt straights and then your three aces would be beaten .. but in the end you lost the other scenario ... so do not be surprised that he lost ... good luck in further
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 48 (M)
Posted by Tony_MON7ANA: I think the player 3 on the button who cold-called your 3-bet with King Ten off suit was not going to fold on that flop. I would rather 3-bet bigger or shove all-in preflop with Aces, considering all of your three opponents' stacks were much shorter than yours.
Oh, one more thing. The player 3 (KT off) and the player 8 (small to middle pair or some random suited junk) were simply not very good. They are typical unthinking players and their preflop calls were big LOLs.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (25 January 2017 @ 21:48 GMT)
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 53 (M)
It was a very bad beat on the river and you got very unlucky. I dont think that you played the hand wrongly, you put in a nice 3 bet pre-flop and, when the flop came, got your money in good post flop only to be outdrawn on the river
Joined: Nov '15
Age: 30 (M)
I liked the way you played, like Doubletop777 said up here, I think you played this hand in right way too, had the best hand pre flop, attracted more players to flop, more money in pot, make the vilain shove with 2p.. in the flop you were just loosing for a Q J, and the chances were small... you had a confortable stack that you could stay alive if you found a Q J... my opinion.. well played, unfortunelly the river was just unlucky