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Wuelwer Jun 27, 2007 1:04am

crazy hand
 
Today in a private tournament, there was the funniest hand ive ever seen. It went like this:

Two players were involved, let us say their names are Alex and Daniel. Alex had about 500 chips, Daniel a lot more, Blinds were 25/50. Alex raised preflop to 150, Daniel called, and the Flop came

Qs 4s 7s

Alex, first to act, thought for a while and finally bet 150 chips. Daniel, on the other hand, immediately raised to 500, putting Alex All-In. Alex began to count the bet and count his chips, thought for about 20 second like he had a tough decision, and finally said "Ok, i'll call". He flipped over his cards, showing As Js, and mentioned "Bamn - Ive got the Flush". Daniel seemed not to believe what he was seeing there, as he flipped over 5s 6s - also a Flush, shouting out something like "Noooooooooooooooooo !!!!!! ". Alex was smiling all the way. So we went on, dealing the almost meaningless Turn and River. But then, after the Turn was dealt, i couldnt stop laughing. It was a 3 of spades, giving Daniel the straight Flush and winning the pot. We had to disrupt the tournament for a few minutes cause everyone was unable to play on, only poor Alex was sitting there, saying not a single word, faced with a bad beat i havent seen anytime before.

MikkeD Jun 27, 2007 1:42am

Home games are rigged - obv.!

BananasUnite Jun 27, 2007 2:14am

It is a cool hand, but it actually isnt that bad of a beat. He had 2 outs twice, just like AA getting it in vs KK on the flop and the Kings hitting trips, but still a neat story.


-BU

WaxHaX0rS Jun 27, 2007 3:12am

People online always complain that this stuff doesn't happen live. Just the other day at a homegame two guys got it allin AA vs 88 with an 8 dead ( I was holding an 8 ). The 88 gets a flush obv.


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