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    worst break ever had

    I had A-K and the other had A-J, we were all-in pre-flop the flop was K-6-3 so i was sure that i would be good but the turn was a 10 and the river a Q -____- omg that is so horrible when you are deep in a tournament!

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    psh that is nothing!! once i had QQ against someone with KK the flop was like QQ3 it was K and then K. it was a tournament so no bad beat. it was only .2% of that happening on the flop.

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    Nice!!!

    JDS boobytrap spelled backwards is partyboob
    PooffyFooffy omg I need to play there more, were u in da game?
    JDS @PooffyFooffy no Pooffy its just a fun fact

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    That's not bad lol . I had AA vs 22 flop was A23 and riv was another 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turtleboooyjr1 View Post
    That's not bad lol . I had AA vs 22 flop was A23 and riv was another 2
    typical fking merge LOL go see my last post under incredible!! LOL

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    Runner runner to get the win happened to me in real life...it was literally a 3 on the turn and river to bust me out. Even the other guy was flabbergasted.

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    Shit happens. You've got to brush those off and move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbs916 View Post
    psh that is nothing!! once i had QQ against someone with KK the flop was like QQ3 it was K and then K. it was a tournament so no bad beat. it was only .2% of that happening on the flop.
    Most bad beat stories start with the premise that you were ahead from the start not a 4 to 1 dog, dum dum

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    These are the kinds of things you have to expect now and then when you're willing to go all-in preflop with A-high
    I'm not slurring my words. I'm talking in cursive. I believe the ladies find it to be quite elegant.

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    I was playing PLO on Pstars (back in the day).I was holding 3c4c5d6d - big preflop pot checked down to the river. I made a straight-flush with the diamonds just to lose to the higher straight-flush with the 10dJd. Obviously we both went all-in. Non-badbeat table

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