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Old Mar 29, 2006, 8:41am   #1
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This happened in a 5-10 limit game at one of the local casinos. The Players that were involved were directly to my left and right (we will call them John and Doe). I was on the button, Mike was directly on my left and Chris was in 5th position at a short handed 6 player table. The other 3 at the table folded to the first raise.

My Hole cards -- JC JD

John -- Raise to 10
Doe -- Re-Raise to 15
Me -- Call
John -- Re-Raise to 20 (capped)
Doe -- Call
Me -- Call

Flop Comes -- 10D JH 6C

John -- Bet 5
Doe -- Raise to 10
Me -- Re-Raise to 15 (holding JJJ -- the nuts)
John -- Re-Raise to 20 (capped)
Doe -- Call
Me -- Call

Turn Comes -- 4C

John -- Bet 10
Doe -- Call
Me -- Raise to 20
John -- Re-Raise to 30
Doe -- Call
Me -- Re-Raise to 40 (capped)
John -- Call
Doe -- Call

River Comes -- KD

so the board is this: 10D JH 6C 4D KD

John -- Bet 10
Doe -- Re-Raise to 20
Me -- Call (at this point im wondering if Doe to my right sucked out a straight, but hes not the type of player that will hold on when there are raises in front of him. I know I have John to my left beat.)
John -- Re-Raise to 30
Doe -- Re-Raise to 40 (capped)
Me -- Call
John -- Call

John -- turns over pocket 10's for trip 10's
Doe --shows me the bad news with pocket K's for trip K's
Me -- well i had to show them at that point, pocket J's for trip J's

So in a 6 handed game, there was set over set over set. The top 3 sets on the table. I'm not posting it as a bad beat at all. I was up before it happened, and still left up. But considering the size of the table and how it played out, it has to be one of the craziest hands I have ever seen.

Now some would say that Doe shouldnt have been in until the river, but I certainly cant blame him for paying 40 to see the river on a pot that contained 250 even though he knew he probably had only 2 outs. The pot odds say no and they will ALWAYS say no in a limit game, but I'd have a hard time letting go at that point too.

And how could John let it go with 2nd nuts after the flop, although some of the raising was probably incorrect.

Myself, I just knew i had the nuts (until the river) up against 2 guys who liked their hands a lot.

So, that's it. Sorry it wasn't online so I can post a hand history.......
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Old Mar 29, 2006, 10:10am   #2
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rigged !!

very crazy indeed
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Old Mar 29, 2006, 11:20am   #3
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haha. id say rigged too if i didnt see the deck go into the shuffler, come out and be cut, and then dealt by a real person rather than a computer.
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Old Mar 29, 2006, 11:30am   #4
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Read shadowrun ...

in a distant future maybe ppl can connect themselves to machiens and "rigg" them ... like becomming the Machine...

hell.. who knows what those Casinos have in their Sleeves allready !!

*laughs*
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