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phobe 2013-6-1 04:48 AM

My bad luck day

COD macau poker room holdem 25/50 cash gamehand 1:
utg limp 50(4700-4800 stack)
utg+1 limp 50 (2000 stack)
Me raise to 300 (7000 stack) hold KK
all fold to utg call 300
utg+1 raise all in to 2000
Me raise all in to 7000
utg call my all in
pre-flop we all show down
utg show Ad 8d, utg+1 show 77
flop J 9 9 turn A river 6

hand 2
5 way limp flop I am in sb with 78o (4700 stack)
flop 6c 9h Th, I bet 225
all fold to CO(5700 stack), raise to 700
I talk a minute and then raise to all in 4700
he call instant
turn Jd, river 6d
he show 69o
what a bad beat dayI would like to buy $50usd pokerstars chips
anyone wanna sell pm me please,thx

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高斯gauss 2013-6-1 06:23 AM

so many donkeys

chaotic 2013-6-2 04:29 AM

Be happy.  If you treat poker as one long session (as you should), then its not the winning or losing of individual pots that matter, but your expectations in those pots.

You expectations were very much on the positive side when you got all your money in the middle.  You can't ask for anymore in poker.  If fish never suck out, they would leave the game, and we are then forced to play only against better players.

Long live suck-outs.  They keep the fish in the game

SLoKS 2013-6-2 06:27 AM

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Be happy.  If you treat poker as one long session (as you should), then its not the winning or losing of individual pots that matter, but your expectations in those pots.

You expectations were very ... [/quote]我覺得師兄講D野幾好幾正面 :smile_40:

phobe 2013-6-2 11:31 AM

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Be happy.  If you treat poker as one long session (as you should), then its not the winning or losing of individual pots that matter, but your expectations in those pots.

You expectations were very ... [/quote]
thx chaotic
be honestly, I am glad the Ad 8d call my all in on hand 1
I did the right move but a bad result back
hand 2 the guy in CO is a loose player
that's why after he raise to 700 and I didn't slow play with my nuts
Just share my bad luck and I think I play well with these both hand

走開啦 2013-6-3 01:27 AM

all are regulars at COD ...



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paul00852 2013-6-7 08:26 PM

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positive attitude is good,

But any advice if bad luck always happen during poker cash games?

say similar to phobe's hand,

Macau texas holdem 50/100
Me utg KK limp,4 limpers and bb raise to 800, i instant 3bet to 4k (8k stack), all fold and bb called with 20k stack, flop AA4, he checked, i bet 2k, he shove me allin, i called; turn 7 river 9 no flush;
he showed A7o

Bad luck or i played wrong??

And bro can kindly give advice?

phobe 2013-6-7 09:29 PM

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Pre-flop action:
I think when you are playing at a deep stack table, limp raise with a big pocket pair in early position is not effective, meanwhile you are giving a big information to your opponent.
Flop action:
A A 4, he check you bet with 2000 into around 8500 pot, you just have 2000 behind,
since you commit the pot, therefore you can't lay down your KK when he shove you all in

I will play like this:
Pre-flop
1. utg KK raise to 300-350 and hopefully someone would re-raise and then shove all in (at least pre-flop you are leading)
2. utg KK raise to 300-350 and no re-raise reply, when you see the flop make a small bet and fold if any players are re-rasie you on flop (depends on how many players to the flop)
don't be do something strong to protect your big pocket pair
pot control depend on your stack

chaotic 2013-6-8 04:48 AM

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positive attitude is good,

But any advice if bad luck always happen during poker cash games?

say similar to phobe's hand,

Macau texas holdem 50/100
Me utg KK limp,4 limpers and bb raise to 8 ... [/quote]

First question: Have you ever won in a cash game?  If the answer is yes, than bad luck do not ALWAYS happen when you play cash.  You just remember the suck-outs more vividly.  I'd suggest you would not give your KK hand a second thought if the guy had aces and you lost, or if you had won as expected when he doesn't have aces.  The reason you remember so much is that it was a badish beat.

If you've NEVER won in a cash game, than I suggest that you might want to give up any form of game that contains an element of chance, as you must be the most unlucky guy in the world.  If you lose more than you win, you might want to look at your game rather than complain about luck.

Your Ks...WP and unlucky...you got it committed when the big favourite.  Reload and move on.  The only thing about that hand I want to add is that the limp/reraise in EP with deepish stacks is fine, as long as you learn to muck your kings post flop if you dont improve and you face very strong acton from non-donks.  Also, raising and 4 betting allin from EP when stacks are deepish (as suggested by the other poster) is probably not ideal, as you are pushing out a lot of hands that you want to stay in, and aces is never folding for you.  At 100 BBs its fine, but near 200 BBs, it becomes near donkey play.

paul00852 2013-6-9 06:23 AM

Thanks bro Chaotic



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bs_yyy 2013-6-21 05:29 PM

Just to share my 2 bad beats yesterday at Wynn... $50/$100 table

Hand 1
Pre-flop - A regular in middle position ($5,000 stack) raised t $400, one limp in and I called at BB with 5 7 (H). I had about $8,000 stack.
Flop - 4 6 8 (C), I betted the pot at $1,400 in an an attempt to lay down any flush draw.  One folded and the middle-position guy thought about a minute and raised to $3,400.  I re-raised all-in.  Turn was an insignificant small card and river was 2 (C).  The guy showed down a pair of Aces of which one of them was "Clubs".

Hand 2
Pre-flop - 5 way limp in and I got 7 10 (O).
Flop was 7 8 10 (D).  I was in early position and betted $1,000 in an attempt to lay down any flush draw.  I had $10,000 stack after re-buy.  A guy ($5,500 stack size) )raised to $2,000.  I immediately shove and he called instantly. Turn and River cards were of no use as he showed 6 9 (O).

I admitted that I could have been more cautious in the 2nd hand; but obviously I was a tilt player after losing the 1st hand.
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