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  26-Nov-08, 17:02   #1
Really Bad Beat 0 
AntWhy 
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Bad Beat

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  26-Nov-08, 17:08   #2
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ljuban 

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yep its a bad beat but how did u play it did u slowplay it or play it fast?

     
  26-Nov-08, 18:02   #3
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weakminded 

Joined: Sep '08
Location: Belgium
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yeah, it is a bad beat, but I would like to know how you played it. Did you go all in right after the flop or the river?? but it certainly sucks to lose with a set of Aces. good luck in the future.

     
  26-Nov-08, 18:14   #4
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shokaku 

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Nice runner runner. But you must understand your opponent. Heads up and with two aces on the flop he surely thought his kings with queen kicker were good.

     
  26-Nov-08, 19:33   #5
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intentcity4 

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yeah it sucks to get flushed like that.

     
  27-Nov-08, 03:44   #6
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Predobar 
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I don`t think I will ever get used to these kind of flush wins.

     
  27-Nov-08, 10:07   #7
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medvedev 
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Yes, it's a bad beat. So what do you want to hear? It would be much more interesting if you post how you played this hand.

     
  27-Nov-08, 11:04   #8
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Predobar 
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Posted by medvedev:
Yes, it's a bad beat. So what do you want to hear? It would be much more interesting if you post how you played this hand.

lol

     
  29-Nov-08, 14:04   #9
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polevaulter 
Joined: May '08
Location: Hungary
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Bad beat..it would be interesting what happened before showdown...
Was it an allin after flop? I think so... But if not, A10 wasn't a very good hand..
But the flush was also a big luck..that happens in pokr, so don't panic! Smile

     
  29-Nov-08, 14:26   #10
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away112 
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Location: Estonia
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this is not really unexpected bad beat if you slow played it, but if you went all in or made big rise on flop then it is very sick bad beat.

     
  29-Nov-08, 15:23   #11
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taavi19 

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Posted by away112:
this is not really unexpected bad beat if you slow played it, but if you went all in or made big rise on flop then it is very sick bad beat.

Agreed. If you slowplayd its your fault.

     
  30-Nov-08, 02:15   #12
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Whiskerer 
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Location: Sweden
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Either way it nothing to make a post about, you have to realise that in this position you are what? A 25 to 1 favorite, meaning that you will loose this kind of hand once every 25 hands, my guess is that you played your entire bankroll at the same time and that is why you lost. So odds say that you might have been able to double up here and maybe a few more times but pretty soon the odds of loosing just one of those hands would gang up on you and you are out of there. So with proper bankroll management that would be nothing to you, just a small part of your roll.

     
  30-Nov-08, 06:21   #13
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johnnyjumper3 
Joined: Apr '08
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Question Dont really think this is a bad beat at all,more of a common beat in my opinion. Probly had a pretty good sized pot pre,then the other player just improved. I coulda easly folded on the turn. AA vs AA now thats a bad beat 5 diomonds come on th board and you have the Ac and As 200 euroes down the tube Angry

     
  30-Nov-08, 06:36   #14
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Whiskerer 
Joined: Apr '08
Location: Sweden
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I've had top sets loosing to under pairs making quads on turn and river, point to realise that poker is a game of probabilities, you have to accept and even expect the bad beats that will come now and again and follow bankroll management to support the possiblities of loosing every kind of hand because if it can happen i probably will in the long run, which is the only way you can rely on poker making a profit regardless of your abilities.

     
  30-Nov-08, 07:57   #15
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doomdy 

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I agree with johnnyjumper, its a bad beat but not a big 1, these things happen.
On flop your oponent has 25% change of winning the hand (not 25% but litt less).
So its not really a badbeat, but i think a very sad lost Smile

Badbeats are 1,2 outers Smile

     
  30-Nov-08, 10:18   #16
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piwko28 
Joined: Mar '08
Location: Poland
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I also have a similary bad beat. Also draw colour at one card on hand vs AAA. It wasn't heads up, but I lose much money.

     
  30-Nov-08, 11:08   #17
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MANUEDO 
Joined: Apr '08
Location: Italy
Age: 53 (M)
Posts: 1955
It depends on your way of playing.
Did you go all in after flop ?
If yes, as for me, it's a unlucky bad beat.
Otherwise ( slowplay ) I think you made a mistake. Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
  30-Nov-08, 11:55   #18
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lomax 

Joined: Apr '08
Location: Italy
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 872
Aww crap! Aww crap! yes this is a very bad beat!!! Spade Spade Spade Spade ...this are four and you have only 3 aces...and no Spade ,, Angry there is probably a colour... Aww crap!

     
  30-Nov-08, 12:13   #19
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jamiew123 
Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
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thats gutting it happend to me yesterday on action was not happy .

     
  30-Nov-08, 13:24   #20
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doomdy 

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Location: Netherlands
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Today i slowplayed my set 555, got rivered by a flush hitting his 2 clubs on turn and river...

I mean that was horrible played by me Aww crap!
It wasnt a badbeat just me playing very stupid Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

But hey i am still a amateur have to learn so much Blink Blink

     
  30-Nov-08, 14:31   #21
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Mynyx 
Joined: Nov '08
Location: Poland
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 4
That's not really badbeat, but ok - it hurts too.

     
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