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    Senior Member kinnipak's Avatar
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    COME ON!...

    PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, 0.25 Tournament, 300/600 Blinds 50 Ante (3 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com

    Button (t42081)
    SB (t1615)
    Hero (BB) (t23804)

    Hero's M: 22.67

    Preflop: Hero is BB with ,
    Button calls t600, 1 fold, Hero bets t2400, Button calls t1800

    Flop: (t5250) , , (2 players)
    Hero bets t21354 (All-In), Button calls t21354

    Turn: (t47958 ) (2 players, 1 all-in)

    River: (t47958 ) (2 players, 1 all-in)

    Total pot: t47958

    Villian of course had 2/3OFF

    REALLY??????????????

    This idio......player.......hit crap like this all the time....would get busted to a small stack and somehow fight his way back....all legit...no gripes here except to the soul sucking poker Gods.....
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    Another case of a poker suicide bomber maiming innocent civilians. We all have been a victim.

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    No offense, but both of you played this hand very poorly.

    The key is the person not involved is dead-he has at best an orbit and you get to be heads up against an idiot.

    As played, villian was stupid. He should force you to fold until the other guy is out, but he limps. You catch a hand and bet it-he is passive instead of forcing you out of the hand. You whiff, and with a draw heavy board against a calling station idiot massivly oberbet, when if he missed as well, a t3000 bet would have won the pot for you. The other guy still left is now rooting for villan as he now has a shot a 2nd place money.

    Turn hits the idiot and you go away in 3rd place cussing that you should have outplayed the idiot heads up for the win.

    I wanted to tell you I would have played the hand the exact same way. However, with someone dead at the table, I don't want to get involved with someone I can outplay until the dead money is gone. Make a smaller c-bet on the flop and when he calls, check/fold from there on out. Guy will call anything and if he caught a piece of that, no sense in trying to bluff him. We can do that when the other guy is eliminated and we get second place money if we are wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyinexile
    No offense, but both of you played this hand very poorly.

    The key is the person not involved is dead-he has at best an orbit and you get to be heads up against an idiot.

    As played, villian was stupid. He should force you to fold until the other guy is out, but he limps. You catch a hand and bet it-he is passive instead of forcing you out of the hand. You whiff, and with a draw heavy board against a calling station idiot massivly oberbet, when if he missed as well, a t3000 bet would have won the pot for you. The other guy still left is now rooting for villan as he now has a shot a 2nd place money.

    Turn hits the idiot and you go away in 3rd place cussing that you should have outplayed the idiot heads up for the win.

    I wanted to tell you I would have played the hand the exact same way. However, with someone dead at the table, I don't want to get involved with someone I can outplay until the dead money is gone. Make a smaller c-bet on the flop and when he calls, check/fold from there on out. Guy will call anything and if he caught a piece of that, no sense in trying to bluff him. We can do that when the other guy is eliminated and we get second place money if we are wrong.
    My apolgies cowboy. I just saw this post. SPOT on advice. Thanks.
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    This thread is in the wrong place
    There is a big misunderstanding between the concept of talent and skill, talent you have naturally but skill is only developed by hours and hours of beating on your craft... nobody got to where they were without hard work.

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