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AA is my worst hand :(
I have lose serveral times with AA in ring game.
Here's my stories of worst beat ever....
Enjoy my stories yall
One time I was playing at Noble Poker in 2-4
I had AA in the BB I was reallly happy seeing
that kinda hand in that position.
The middle raise 16 and then late reraise 32
my turn to act I reraise 75 both call.
The flop came .
Then i bet out half the pot middle and late reraise all in so I
Turn came then river is a .... middle player had QQ late had KK which hit his miracle card on the river.I end up losing about $400 on that one hand
I was in shock but that wont gonna stop me playing.
So I went to a higher limit 5-10 and hope I get some luck there.
I buy-in $1000 after playing for 20min guess what I found
again but now Im in SB , the player under the gun raise up $120
then no one call now its my turn,I think for awhile about that last time I have lose at the other table what went wrong there.Then I play this time different
I went all-in since he raise pretty big meanning that he has some sort of big pocket pair. This time flop is ..... Now this time I has hit my dream card But this is not over yet...
Turn is a .. River is a god dam
He was so lucky that he was holding a
I went broke after that 2 worst beat in 2 session....
That is some bad luck you got there, and maybe i should keep this post short so it doesnt spread to me .
Just playin :P
The is just plainly unlucky, you did nothing wrong just unlucky. Not much else to say, sorry it had to happen that way for you.
To the End!
As 4 the 3 spades in the flop... I've just recently have started 2 get a grip of my game 2 NOT trust on my pocket rockets or high cards pre-flop 4 that matter, 2 much.
But I'm not even close 2 playin' with those stakes, so what do I know
I love the AA hand, but it's a tough one to lay down. The only time you know for sure you have the best hand is preflop. As soon as other cards hit the board, the other player could have trips (not triptreysNJ, three of a kind), or 2 pair, at the least. (We've all been beaten by somebody who stayed in after a big preflop raise, only to find out they had 4, 10 and made 2 pair on the flop.) When you've got AA, you have to be accurate about putting the other player on a hand. And knowing the other player's style is helpful. Will they back down if you bet big to test them? Will they re-raise with nothing to push you off?
So it's the best starting hand, in my opinion, but that's all-- a starting hand.
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
some time ago I lost with AA against 2 7 suited !
Thats very annoying,
but it was only a fun game with some friends.
So it wasnt that bad!
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