The hand you won't forget
Is there a hand that you just can't get out of your head? Maybe big pot won? Or that suckout in your biggest deeprun? Tell us yours!
these two from few days before, i will remember for ever, first suckout for chiplead 23k up top https://www.winamax.fr/replayer/replayer.html?2016-650cccabf36465ee830d5bafc6d7abd7744e91526bfac17a1849575440f559c8&lang=en_UShttps://www.winamax.fr/replayer/replayer.html?2016-1a21602bf70d650c5802bd3fdb06b561053f6c7759596963bedb6eefc705cfaa&lang=en_US
got two hands ONLINE hand was made final table wit 13k up top as chip leader, ak hearts first hand i 4 bet shove into 3rd in chips he shows QQ no a or k so iv lost little over half my stack the very next hand i get delt QQ and i shove into the BB he calls me with AJ and hits a A on the turn and he was second in chips to me anyway so in two hands AK V QQ then QQ V AJ back to back i was gone and sick to my stomach .......LIVE ash game in edinburgh play 2/5 iv 800+ in my stack get it in AA V AA and lose to a spade flush
Pardubice 2011 ME. Very early in the tourney - 75/150 level, 10k stacks. After a couple of limps I make it 650 with J5o on the button. A young guy I never played with 3 bets in the SB to like 1,8k or whatever. Limpers fold. I instantly assume that since he is a young guy and my raise came from the button, he surely must be doing this light. In the moment of pure genius, I 4-bet and deliberately made it almost 5k so that I can call an all-in profitably in case he jams it. He does indeed, shows AK and gives me a fist bump as he busts me. As I leave, I hear people at my table laughing.
11 players left in supersonic and I woke up with AA on UTG. 11bb stack slightly more then avg, limp all fold and BB jam his 12bb we happy call and he turns JJ. J on the turn cost me some $ cause I cashed out around 2k$ and there was around 48k$ for 1st. If I won this hand I would be chipleader with 25bbs.
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