[NL2-NL10] AA bust again...

    • SilverFace
      SilverFace
      Bronze
      Joined: 19.01.2011 Posts: 46
      Known players:
      SB:
      $6.74
      BB:
      $2.17
      MP3:
      $6.46
      Hero:
      $0.92
      BU:
      $3.09

      0.01/0.02 No-Limit Hold'em (5 handed)
      Hand recorder used for this poker hand: PokerStrategy.com Elephant 0.105 by www.pokerstrategy.com.

      Preflop: Hero is CO with A:heart: , A:spade:
      MP3 folds, Hero raises to $0.07, 2 folds, BB raises to $2.17 (All-In), Hero raises to $0.92 (All-In).

      Flop: ($3.10) T:spade: , 6:club: , 3:club:
      Turn: ($3.10) 6:heart:
      River: ($3.10) T:diamond: (2 players)


      Final Pot: $3.10

      Results follow (highlight to see):
      Hero shows (Ah As)
      BB shows a full-house, tens full of sixes (Tc 7c)

      BB wins with a full-house, tens full of sixes (Tc 7c)
  • 4 replies
    • lynius
      lynius
      Bronze
      Joined: 15.01.2011 Posts: 382
      Was this the same guy who was donking around with that QQ vs 95o hand?

      I was about to say these situations are unfortunate, but 2bh, they're fantastic.

      Let's crack open the equilab again :)

      With these exact hands:
      Preflop: 79.63%
      Flop: 48.38%
      Turn: 77.27%

      It's unfortunate about getting sucked out on, but you made the best play possible - that really is all that counts :) and any form of gambling that offers 79.63% on even money - we both know we're going to jump at it.

      You'll crack somebody's Aces with your Kings at some point or another, so in the long run, everything is fair :D

      A key point however, is that you're a better player, you will suck out less on bad players than they will on you, because you'll be avoiding opportunities to do so, because you won't be getting it in with the worst.

      You can't suckout on people when you're always getting it in with the best, you can win with you're skill :) - Unfortunately, we do need "luck" in poker, it stops players like this one realizing they're terrible so we as a community can win more money off them over the long run.
    • SilverFace
      SilverFace
      Bronze
      Joined: 19.01.2011 Posts: 46
      Originally posted by lynius
      Was this the same guy who was donking around with that QQ vs 95o hand?

      I was about to say these situations are unfortunate, but 2bh, they're fantastic.

      Let's crack open the equilab again :)

      With these exact hands:
      Preflop: 79.63%
      Flop: 48.38%
      Turn: 77.27%

      It's unfortunate about getting sucked out on, but you made the best play possible - that really is all that counts :) and any form of gambling that offers 79.63% on even money - we both know we're going to jump at it.

      You'll crack somebody's Aces with your Kings at some point or another, so in the long run, everything is fair :D

      A key point however, is that you're a better player, you will suck out less on bad players than they will on you, because you'll be avoiding opportunities to do so, because you won't be getting it in with the worst.

      You can't suckout on people when you're always getting it in with the best, you can win with you're skill :) - Unfortunately, we do need "luck" in poker, it stops players like this one realizing they're terrible so we as a community can win more money off them over the long run.
      Darn tooting ! Ripping post ! ^_^ I appreciate your supervision bro :]
    • veriz
      veriz
      Black
      Joined: 20.07.2008 Posts: 65,504
      Hello SilverFace,

      If you are playing BSS then you should be playing 100BB. But obviously as you get beaten don't be result oriented. In long run you will be earning a lot more value from him. :)

      Best regards.
    • SilverFace
      SilverFace
      Bronze
      Joined: 19.01.2011 Posts: 46
      Originally posted by veriz
      Hello SilverFace,

      If you are playing BSS then you should be playing 100BB. But obviously as you get beaten don't be result oriented. In long run you will be earning a lot more value from him. :)

      Best regards.
      Thanks a lot coach :) and I'll keep in mind not to buy-in minimum as I've been doing :P