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    Elite PokerOwned Member IWASLION's Avatar
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    Play like this and you can be a superstar!!!!!!

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    Someone please attempt to explain this flop
    to me.

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    Very typical flop! I always get screwed on those!

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    Well, you see, this flop gave him a straight. There's your explanation. hahahaha At least it wasn't for your entire stack.

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    wow a 79 all in ... gut feeling or what? we need to get your opponents view on this hand.

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    Carbon was extremely mad at you so instead of acting like an adult and telling you it stuck it in then broke it off...

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    He was probably trying to bluff you off and then got lucky (very lucky indeed). Pretty sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpahren View Post
    He was probably trying to bluff you off and then got lucky (very lucky indeed). Pretty sick.
    Yeah, I get the theory behind his reckless and suicidal play. (Im not the most likely player to ever fold after a preflop raise, I dont raise light in that spot often, and with my stack size its a pretty easy call) However these "reward" flops for loose callers seem to be an inherent part of the software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpahren View Post
    He was probably trying to bluff you off and then got lucky (very lucky indeed). Pretty sick.
    A bluff is something you can get away from, not a allin. Just looks like bingo poker to me going in with 79 but typical of online and same with the results
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    The hand is still only 60/40, but that flop ended that!
    My Movember mustache will rock your world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradysDad View Post
    The hand is still only 60/40, but that flop ended that!
    Totally. I get that I wasn't a guaranteed fave, losing the hand isn't what I thought was remarkable. Its not that I cant believe 7-9 beat AQ, I am just surprised that it got the opportunity in that spot, and am disgusted that it hit the flop so hard after such a terrible play.

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