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  • How's this for a bad beat...

    1/2 blinds, I'm the dealer.

    I have 6h,6c...it's folded around to me. I raise to $5. Small blind folds, big blind calls.

    Flop is Ac,6s,6d. He bets $8, I VERY slowly call.

    Turn is 7d. He goes all in ($43). I beat him into the pot (I have him well covered and did the "Phil Helmuth shove everything into the middle").

    He turns over 7c,7s.

    The river was, you guessed it, 7h. Quad sixes and I lose to quad sevens.

    I'm laughing about it now...wasn't so funny at midnight.

  • #2
    That'll win you about 45K at the casino I go to. I take it this was a home game?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Miami Card Fan View Post
      That'll win you about 45K at the casino I go to. I take it this was a home game?

      I was thinking the same thing. I PRAY for that to happen to me at Ameristar.

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      • #4
        that hurts just reading about it.
        Sometimes elections have positive consequences!

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        • #5
          Don't you know those small quads will get you beat everytime..............

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Miami Card Fan View Post
            That'll win you about 45K at the casino I go to. I take it this was a home game?
            Thursday night game at the Elks club...same difference.

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            • #7
              I was playing $4-8 limit at the President last June when our table hit the bad beat. Edit: To qualify for the presidents bad beat, your qualifying losing hand started with Aces full of jacks, which no one else does btw. The jackpot was around $80k, so the loser got around $40k, the winner got around $15k, and everyone else split what was left. Oh and it was nice that we were playing with 2 seats empty. I walked out with a check for $3,500. Weeeeeeeee

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Neutered Cat View Post
                I was playing $4-8 limit at the President last June when our table hit the bad beat. Edit: To qualify for the presidents bad beat, your qualifying losing hand started with Aces full of jacks, which no one else does btw. The jackpot was around $80k, so the loser got around $40k, the winner got around $15k, and everyone else split what was left. Oh and it was nice that we were playing with 2 seats empty. I walked out with a check for $3,500. Weeeeeeeee
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