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Old Sep 05, 2004, 6:00pm   #1
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this is the stupidist crap i have ever seen. This is just stupid, i have no other way to describe it.

***** Hand History for Game 916134513 *****
Table Cabin Crew (Real Money)
Seat 7 is the button
Total number of players : 10
Seat 2: DicerBeast ( $53.75 )
Seat 1: BlingPing ( $42.95 )
Comforts posts big blind [$0.5].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to BlingPing [ Ac Ad ]
Toneless1 calls [$0.5].
BlingPing raises [$2].
DicerBeast calls [$2].
KayleeCaleb calls [$2].

** Dealing Flop ** [ 9c, 5s, 5c ]
BlingPing bets [$5].
DicerBeast calls [$5].
KayleeCaleb folds.
** Dealing Turn ** [ As ]
BlingPing bets [$5].
DicerBeast calls [$5].
** Dealing River ** [ 5d ]
BlingPing bets [$5].
DicerBeast is all-In.
BlingPing is all-In.
BlingPing shows [ Ac, Ad ] a full house, Aces full of fives.
DicerBeast shows [ 5h, 6s ] four of a kind, fives.
DicerBeast wins $10.80 from side pot #1 with four of a kind, fives.
DicerBeast wins $86.15 from the main pot with four of a kind, fives.

Alot of things went wrong here. First off the man called with 56 unsuited early on. Next, he actually nails the flop completely and decides to slow play it. Then the ace comes and I bet small again knowing full well if he calls he only has one out. And then wtf?

I would say that the probability of all these events happening in a hand are pretty close to zero.
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Old Sep 05, 2004, 8:53pm   #2
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I've had to lay down a hand just like that before in a tournament. The guy showed his 4 of a kind too, so I know I was right. I don't remember exactly how the betting went, and I'm not sure if I'd have put your guy on that or not, but what else would he flat call the flop and turn with and go all-in on the river? Maybe something like AK or A9, but you having AA makes it unlikely. If he had just a 9 or a pocket pair, the Ace should have scared him, not made him want to go all-in. So if he probably doesn't have a 9 or a pocket pair, he probably has a 5, or maybe pocket 9s or an Ace.

It's hard to judge that accurately and play it right when it's happening, especially when you have Aces full, but you should think about it now so that if you run into the same situation again, maybe you won't get busted.
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