Another Sick Hand

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Another Sick Hand

Postby DM101 » Sun Aug 05, 2007 9:18 pm

Well, there were 3 mini heads up and 3 3-way tourneys held last night.
We have a total of 6 matches.
The main highlight was a match between Mike & Chris Wee whereby Chris hit his quad of 4s and dominated Mike's 2 pairs of As & Ks. It was sick. :evil:

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Re: Another Sick Hand

Postby JoeyKnish » Tue Aug 07, 2007 4:56 am

He always hit 4-of-a-kind!!! Him and his never-ending string of quads!

Bad beat, Mike. I would have called too.
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Re: Another Sick Hand

Postby suitedpairs29 » Wed Aug 08, 2007 2:18 pm

The hand played out very weird. I had a feeling that as soon as the flop came out, even with the Ace, that I was beat. Chris checked, and I bet, he called. When the turn came another four, the sick feeling got worse and I knew I was in really bad shape. Once again he checked and I think bet/checked, forgot. River was a horrible card for me, the King. It made me forget all the weird feelings that I was beat. Now this was really suspicious, chris had been check-calling me all the way, then all of sudden leads out on the river. He either has me crushed or is bluffing. I decide to reraise (the donkey that I am) and he shoves. I immediately feel like vomiting. Its a small stake tourney and I have him covered so I decide to call. Ugh, I played that hand so bad on the river. I could have just called and saved some money.

Lesson learned, lesson learned.
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