Joined: May '08
Age: 55 (M)
A lucky escape, is a lucky escape. No need to feel something. One should just analyse what lead to the shitty situation needing a miracle card at the river, and try not to repeat that mistake in future hands.
Joined: May '08
Age: 44 (M)
Nah,I don't get that either when some say's there sorry for calling,and winning....lol....I think or just say,if you sorry then maybe you r playing the wrong game,I am not sorry for winning no matter how it happens.(I will never cheat too win though,I know that pain of being beatin bye a cheater) I do understand though what they mean,"sorry to beat you so bad it hurts"
Joined: Dec '16
Age: 50 (M)
Perhaps you're reading this wrong. "Sorry" doesn't always mean apologizing, it can be a general expression of sympathy. As in, "I'm sorry for your loss". If someone is complaining to me and I say "I'm sorry" and they say "Why? It wasn't your fault", then I say "I'm not acknowledging responsibility and apologizing you a$$hole, I'm expressing sympathy!". Then they say "sorry" for pissing me off, and I say "apology accepted". So let's say I see someone's short stack all-in after the flop looking to complete my straight or my flush. If they have an overpair down, then they certainly have the odds on their side. But I win on the river and say "sorry", I'm not apologizing but rather expressing sympathy for the guy who was legitimately expecting to win but didn't. Not that I do it often anyway, but I have and seen others do it.
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 51 (M)
Ha, Ha, i dont think anyone really means it when they say sorry. If you are truly sorry when you win, surely you wouldn't be playing a game where there is money involved and would just play for matchsticks instead
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
well it really depends on the situation, sometimes I really do feel sorry for some dude not because I know him or such but because I think how sh1tty I would feel in such situation, especially if it's not a huge money to me and not the case with him then I might honestly feel sorry in such scenario
I also sometimes write such a word ... but it means that I sympathize with the loss of an opponent and I wish him luck ...... the opponent had a good card but after opening the cards on the table the win came to me ..... about such an explanation ... I personally have
Joined: May '09
Age: 34 (M)
well ofcourse that I am glad when I win such a hand no matter how many chips I have,but yes I write sorry sometimes and I mean it!if some donk is,ofcourse I am not,but when is some normal player and I pay him just because I have lot chips,sometimes I am sorry!
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 45 (M)
A well-dressed man is drinking at a hotel bar alone. A young, gorgeous woman (way out of his league) spills her drink on his crotch accidentally. “Oh, I am so sorry..,” she whispers in his ear. “That's ok. Let's get out of here,” he whispers her back, caressing her thighs.
To be continued...
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (18 August 2017 @ 10:52 GMT)
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 40 (M)
I'm disappointed when i lose in this way. I also win on the river but the cases when i am losing are much more. If you play live is something else but when playing online with cards arranged by mathematicians in the softwares then you lose many times. I feel disappointment in all poker rooms. In pokerstars i feel disgust because is a horror camera poker with river