| ||Trackback||Thread Tools||Search this Thread||Display Modes|
Me in SB, dealt AA.
Everyone folds before me, I decide to slow play (Please see my post title "AA too aggressive?" for the reason).
Flop = AKQ (no flush)
(I am happy as hell right now.)
He bets .10
I raise to .40
He raises to .60
I reraise to 1.20
He goes all in,
Me, with AAAKQ, calls the all in.
and the rest is history. He shows TJ for the straight, and I show AAAKQ.
I never lose with AA.
I put him on K, or Ax, or maybe even KQ, but not TJ.
Did I play this right?
Someone tell me that was just a bad beat. Getting smashed with an 89s.
I am just venting, but dang. 2 times in one night, seeing my pocket Aces smashed by a straight. And the second one just hurts.
If I play AA aggressively, everyone folds, and I waste a good hand. If I slow play it, someone will catch their damn straight and kill my hand.
What, should I just fold when I get it? Dang.
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|worst beat||Rekinu||Bad Beats?||7||07-27-06 03:41 AM|
|a beat||upsyogi||Bad Beats?||0||07-23-06 05:36 PM|
|One Hell Of A Bad Beat||popker||Bad Beats?||9||03-12-06 11:24 PM|
|What a beat..||BBP Guru||Bad Beats?||4||03-12-06 11:22 PM|
|Define Bad Beat||ScottMc||Bad Beats?||6||12-04-05 12:23 PM|