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Old May 02, 2006, 5:50pm   #1
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I was in a 3 handed game, $0.50/$1.00, and after playing like 3 hours with the same people I saw AA in my BB. other 2 people call the $1 and I raise to 6 bucks. The guy to the left calls, and the other one folds.
FLOP: 3 5 9
I bet $10, he raises to $30. He played very agressive, every hand. so I put him on 9-(highcard). I raise to $100 and he calls imediately.
TURN: 6
I bet $104 (thats all he got left) and after 10 seconds he calls.
he shows 3 5 offsuit
RIVER: K
I lost $210 with AA vs 35o
I couldnt believed my eyes when he showed his 2 pair. I was FURIOUS. HOW CAN SOMEONE CALL A $6 BET WITH 35o!!!???!!!!
My heartbeat was like 200+ hands were sweaty and I felt sick.
He told me that he thougth I was bluffing, and that was why he called the bets.
Some people play rediculous hands on online poker. If I would flop 2 pair and someone re-re-raise a hand, I fold.

If you got a worser BAD BEAT with AA please tell me, cause I can not imagine one

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Old May 02, 2006, 6:10pm   #2
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actually yes...there are beats much worse than this...his hand was about 17% win pf (bad call on his part)...and on the flop you were a 9:1 dog...and an 18:1 dog on the turn...so he voluntarily put $5 in the pot when he was an underdog...and you put $204 into the pot as an underdog...something to think about...

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Some people play rediculous hands on online poker. If I would flop 2 pair and someone re-re-raise a hand, I fold.
i really hope this isn't true...if you would fold to a rereraise on that flop w/ 2 pair you'd better be damn sure they have a set...as the hand was played out...it's pretty obvious that you have an overpair...the perfect hand to pay off his small 2 pair...his flop raise should have told you "i know you have an overpair, and i can beat it"...i just don't think you listened...

now for the worst badbeat story in history...once i had AA vs KK AI pf... flop comes Axx...turn K...river K...that's poker...at the time i wanted to put my keyboard through the monitor...the less time you take steaming over these types of beats the more you'll improve your play....
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Old May 02, 2006, 6:15pm   #3
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If that was your worst beat, then you got lucky until now. There are way worse beats.

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Old May 02, 2006, 6:56pm   #4
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Old May 02, 2006, 7:12pm   #5
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OUCH! But if you think that 1 out rivers are bad... just wait until you take exact runners...

Thanks for informing the OP using far less words than I would have!
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Old May 02, 2006, 7:42pm   #6
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I had 3 bad beats in back to back home tourneys (5 handed) where each time I went in with the lead and ended up going WTF (against the same person no less. My father-in-law who's been playing cards since before I was born. Very loose though.)

Anyway, midway through first tourney of the night, I have a lead on him (by a little). Get AA, raise 3x BB (from SB) in front of him (he's the Big blind) he calls. Flop Qxx. He goes all in, I call knowing he had a pair of q's. He did Q8 I think. He runner-runners Q8.

Very next hand. I have 97s and limp. He calls. Flop is 996. He goes all in , I immediately call. He turns Q6. Again, he makes a full house. Catching a running Q and a 6. I'm out...

Next tourney, it's getting late, we're down to 4 handed, I have a good lead. He says he's tired and doesn't want to keep playing. I get QQ in SB, raise to 3x BB, he goes all in from BB pre-flop. I believe he just wants to get out so I call. He flips 83s. Catches an 8 and a 3 and takes the lead.

Finished that one in second behind him... I could not believe the cards he played and got lucky with. Those were the best reads I've ever had in a game.
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Old May 02, 2006, 9:20pm   #7
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Very next hand. I have 97s and limp. He calls. Flop is 996. He goes all in , I immediately call. He turns Q6. Again, he makes a full house. Catching a running Q and a 6. I'm out...
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Old May 02, 2006, 9:29pm   #8
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I was playing at the Borgata in AC, 1-2 NL Hold Em (9 players). I had A-A wired under the gun and raised to $10, had five callers before the last guy (big blind) raised to $50. I had about $270 in front of me, he had about $600. I thought about it a minute, and figured I'd put the pressure on, and pushed all my chips in the middle. Everyone folded except a young woman to the raiser's right (in the small blind, but she had $50 left in front of her) and he took 5-7 minutes deciding. He finally made the call with 5-5! She had 9-9.

Well, the flop came 678, blank on the turn and 9 on the river! He caught a straight and she lost with her set of 9s. I didn't mind losing to her, because I had her covered and her call made some sense. His call? After the hand, he said he knew I had AA, but figured since she called, she had AK or AQ, so one of the As was burnt. He figured he had better odds at catching a set of 5s!

I hate those situations where you want a call (an overpair for Christ's sake) and the moron hits a straight or flush holding one card that works. At least if he hits a set, I could even accept that. But a straight? I was stunned, of couse, while everyone at the table shook their heads in disbelief. He had been playing loose all day, and actually beat a KK hand earlier with 3-6 off when he spiked a three on the river (he had called $30 bets all the way down to the river, claiming he called because he put the guy on AK and there was no paint on the board).

Anyone think I should have called his $50 raise and waited to see the flop, then pushed all in or made a substantial bet when all he had was an open-ended straight draw?

No matter how I replay it, I figure he would have called to the river and caught the nine anyway.
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Old May 02, 2006, 9:42pm   #9
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