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    Fml

    I know there are greater moments of failure, but still FML.

    2nd hand for a sng.

    Last edited by Mrimpatient; 12-30-2011 at 03:31 PM. Reason: tilt grammar fixed

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    when he raised post flop why in the world would u call with 55? seriously thats a shit call. Ur chasing a 2 outer or 5%er. Odds say ull hit one in 9 times. so if u dont hit ur set on the flop its an easy fold. When u bet and he raised its a snap fold not even worth thinking about!!
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    that is a nice bad beat story ouch, good luck on the felt

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    Quote Originally Posted by abwil2 View Post
    when he raised post flop why in the world would u call with 55? seriously thats a shit call. Ur chasing a 2 outer or 5%er. Odds say ull hit one in 9 times. so if u dont hit ur set on the flop its an easy fold. When u bet and he raised its a snap fold not even worth thinking about!!
    this u were beaten on the flop and shoulda bowed out there was no need to see the turn
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    What does FML stand for? F stands for failure right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abwil2 View Post
    when he raised post flop why in the world would u call with 55?
    His first hand was something like Q-9 which he played very similarly and sucked out a pair of queens or some crap like that on the river. The call was more on the player then the hand. I was thinking he was trying to push with just over cards again (like he did the first hand), I read him wrong (I knew my hand strength at that point) and got sucked in. Was not the greatest play, I totally agree on that. But my eyes lit up when I caught the five and go the river boat. Was pissed to see he actually had somethign this time.

    But yes, I could have played it better. I just didn't believe the reraise on the flop (which this time he actually had something) and the check raise on the turn was a bit foolish, with the flush out there and a possible 1 card flush.

    Still irked, because I didn't like that guy
    Last edited by Mrimpatient; 12-30-2011 at 05:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckickenking View Post
    What does FML stand for? F stands for failure right?
    In my case, Failure. FML = F*** my life (don't know profanity standards on the site. Just learned it the other day actually.
    Last edited by Mrimpatient; 12-30-2011 at 05:24 PM.

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    Not really that bad of a beat after the flop. Depending on the post flop bets you probably should have folded.

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    Ouch got to hate the river on that hand.

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    gotta keep your head up. thats poker, dont give in to tilt

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