full tilt sit n gos all in

    • belthazorrrr
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      here is the list of the all ins that happened in one table

      aj won qq
      77 won jj
      a4 won 77
      83 won aq
      25 won qq
      aq won ak
      k8 won a5
      25 won q3

      k8 won q5
      aj won kj
      aa won kk
      ak won aj
      at won a5
      ak won aq
      qq won aj
      at won k8

      these are all all ins happened in one table of sit n go...because poker is the a game of propabilities, how is possible from 16 all in hands 8 of them broke being favorite 70% and above?

      i play live poker,i keep winning in friends and in casinos but i cant understand how its possible so many different results in online poker?these differences happen only in full tilt or in every online poker room?
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    • evertonroar
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      show the hand history. then will consider answering
    • Mardah
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      []sample
    • belthazorrrr
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      its not mine sample its the sample of one table with players went all in b4 the flop and i was very impressed with these results and i wrote them down
    • evertonroar
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      [x] fail
      [ ] even if it was true - sample size (one - the lowest i have seen used to bag a site).
    • belthazorrrr
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      what you cant understand moron?i am a fan of full tilt.its not that i would like to explain how i loose.these happened to random players of one sit n go table from the beggining till the end
    • Bliausmas
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      Originally posted by belthazorrrr
      i play live poker,i keep winning in friends and in casinos but i cant understand how its possible so many different results in online poker?these differences happen only in full tilt or in every online poker room?
      That's because they are afraid of getting punched in the face, angry boy. Please don't hurt me now.
    • belthazorrrr
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      Originally posted by Bliausmas
      Originally posted by belthazorrrr
      i play live poker,i keep winning in friends and in casinos but i cant understand how its possible so many different results in online poker?these differences happen only in full tilt or in every online poker room?
      That's because they are afraid of getting punched in the face, angry boy. Please don't hurt me now.
      hi.i have a lot of respect for you and i would like to ask some question.i would like to switch from sit n gos to cash.what books do you reccomend me to read in order to follow your line in cash games?thx in advance
    • Bliausmas
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      You serious? :D I'm playing NL10 so far, I don't think I even have a right to advice you about that.. Didn't read any books myself though, just hand evaluations and endless practice and discussions with my poker playing friends :)
    • Hahaownedlolz
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      Well.. AJ vs QQ has 27% to win preflop. This means 1 out of 4 times you will lose with QQ.

      27o vs AK suited still has 30% to win.. so 3 out of 10 hands your going to lose with AK. that also means there's a 10%(correct me if my math is wrong) chance you'll lose with AK twice in a row vs 27.

      Once you truly realise that you won't get mad anymore. The only time your behind really bad is when someone has an overpair. (QQ vs 67 for example). Once you truly accept poker is a game of luck in the short term and a game of skill in the longterm then you won't tilt as easy.

      I myself very rarely tilt nowadays. What happens happens. You can't do anything about the luck part so no point in getting mad about it.
    • belthazorrrr
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      Originally posted by Hahaownedlolz
      Well.. AJ vs QQ has 27% to win preflop. This means 1 out of 4 times you will lose with QQ.

      27o vs AK suited still has 30% to win.. so 3 out of 10 hands your going to lose with AK. that also means there's a 10%(correct me if my math is wrong) chance you'll lose with AK twice in a row vs 27.

      Once you truly realise that you won't get mad anymore. The only time your behind really bad is when someone has an overpair. (QQ vs 67 for example). Once you truly accept poker is a game of luck in the short term and a game of skill in the longterm then you won't tilt as easy.

      I myself very rarely tilt nowadays. What happens happens. You can't do anything about the luck part so no point in getting mad about it.
      i am not mad and i dont say i lost these.if i lost these myself i would have said that i am running really bad but these are for one table.so it is a bit weird to see all these beats to various players
    • belthazorrrr
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      Originally posted by Bliausmas
      You serious? :D I'm playing NL10 so far, I don't think I even have a right to advice you about that.. Didn't read any books myself though, just hand evaluations and endless practice and discussions with my poker playing friends :)
      i read some posts of you and i believe you have very good thinking.could you tell me what is your bb?
    • Bliausmas
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      Originally posted by belthazorrrr
      Originally posted by Bliausmas
      You serious? :D I'm playing NL10 so far, I don't think I even have a right to advice you about that.. Didn't read any books myself though, just hand evaluations and endless practice and discussions with my poker playing friends :)
      i read some posts of you and i believe you have very good thinking.could you tell me what is your bb?
      Well it's very low because of huge downswing I had recently. My thinking is far from good, but thanks :) Lots of space to improve even at NL10.
    • Schnitzelfisch
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      I don't understand this thread, as much as I want to... What is the purpose of it? If it's not one of those "rigged" threads, if it's not asking about the exact probability that this happens... What is it? If you're asking why this happened/happens every day... Well, it's cause of variance. Because there is a 27% probability of AJ beating QQ and not 0%.

      You can try flipping a coin a couple of thousand times or more. There will eventually be a scenario where it will land on the same side 10 or more times in a row. Of course it will be different probability wise (1: 2^10 if I'm not mistaken) than AJ beating QQ 10 times in a row on the same table ((27/100)^10), but it should be just as weird. Rare scenarios happen in online poker all the time, and they are more noticable than in live poker simply because you can play way more hands per hour online than live, which means that the probability of you seeing a rare scenario in an hour of online poker is way bigger than the probability of you seeing a rare scenario in live poker ;) .

      Once you understand the concepts of probability and variance, not many things are weird or able to surprise you... You just don't care anymore. Results aren't important in poker anyways, you should not care at all whether you lost or won a hand but rather how you played it. If you determined the oponent's hand range correctly and made +EV decisions, then you really shouldn't care whether you get sucked out on the river or not or lose AA vs 27o in a preflop all in as you are aware that this kind of situations are profitable for you in the long run ;) . Be happy to get it in ahead!
    • nathanrenard
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      Isn't the last 8 of them all favorites pre-flop?
    • zamoda
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      Originally posted by nathanrenard
      Isn't the last 8 of them all favorites pre-flop?
      yeah, and they won..
    • alejandrosh
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      Originally posted by belthazorrrr
      its not mine sample its the sample of one table with players went all in b4 the flop and i was very impressed with these results and i wrote them down
      I see groundbreaking improvements in probability theory in the future thanks to this thread
    • lessthanthreee
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      must be rigged :)
    • shehanshah
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      Originally posted by lessthanthreee
      must be rigged :)
      hahahaha :f_biggrin:
    • nathanrenard
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      Originally posted by zamoda
      Originally posted by nathanrenard
      Isn't the last 8 of them all favorites pre-flop?
      yeah, and they won..
      Full Tilt is totally rigged...
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