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    • DippieDo84 (10 high) wrote Saturday, June 6 at 1:16 am:
      well played for sure :)
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    • slingshot (Trip aces) wrote Wednesday, May 6 at 5:38 am:
      Lets face it, J/10 is one of those hands that can hit almost 50% of the time it's played, at least from my experience.
      Like you I put UTG on a big hand, AK-AQ. A call to see the flop is ok knowing that if you miss any of it, it's an easy fold, but with those first 2 cards comming ou, there was no way were you backing away from this pot.
      The pot got better and better for your odds to continue in my opinion because of so many calls and with the Q on the turn you had the hand sown up unless UTG was holding AK-AQ of spades and hit a spade on the river.
      Nicely played by calling all the way Lou and a nice pot to push you up the leader board.
      One question, did you make the money?
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    • chipthief115 (Quad aces) wrote Monday, May 4 at 8:20 pm:
      I agree with LL fully. On the flop you had 15 outs,with 2 of them outs being a lock with the straight flush. You definetly want to try to get atleast one of the other players to fold, cause anything can hit on the turn and river and you don't want anyone to catch a boat unless you caught the straight flush. Then it just gets sweeter,lol. But anyway, it worked out great for ya, so wtg and congrats.
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    • LargeLouster (Trip aces) wrote Thursday, April 30 at 5:35 pm:
      I've waited all these years to comment, but I just have to. What a lousterrific pot (little adjective I created). Too bad you totally misplayed the hand. The preflop call was fine, then you lost your way. You need to read up on combo draws. You had a really powerful, 15 out combo draw on the flop, 9 flush (including two straight flush) and 6 straight outs. That's about 54% equity, but only if you can see the turn and river cards for one bet, so the correct play was to shove. That creates additional fold equity giving you an even more powerful draw. By calling the flop, you have elected to play street by street and your chances of completing your draw are 15/47 on the turn and 15/46 on the river, about 32% and missing the chance to create some fold equity. By calling, you turned equity of 54% plus into two streets of about 32% equity. Even worse, you are giving free cards to the two players already in the pot and great odds to the players yet to act. The turn bailed you out and from then on, the world was your oyster, unless you got sunk by reverse implied odds if one of them held Ax,Kx,Qx spades and hit a better flush. Just don't make it a habit to play combo draws like this. Regardless, great pot! :D
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    • TheBIGFinn (10 high) wrote Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 5:13 pm:
      I have to disa gree. thne way teh flop and turn came bailed out a terrible play.You put in 8% of your stack with very little chance of winning.

      The EP raise figures to be a top 20% hand and the you are setting up the Sb for a great squeeze play.

      What would you do on a Ace, Jack, small flop? or T, 7, 6? I think if you enter the hand in poker stove the call will come up negative.

      I'd prefer to make it 5,500 and fold to a push or a push right now.
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    • vicmanpkr (10 high) wrote Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at 6:32 pm:
      Why when i have played hands like those , i never catch anything. ;)
      nice hand.
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    • TicketMan4u (Ace high flush) wrote Saturday, August 24, 2013 at 2:32 am:
      Yes, very nice hand indeed. Everything fell just right. Ace definitely gave other two a false sense of security. Filling straight on the turn kept hope alive for sure. Missing a spade on the river sealed the deal. Good for you.
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    • borndeaf (Trip aces) wrote Sunday, July 21, 2013 at 5:09 pm:
      Great call on the flop to see the turn card and the mortal nuts. Couldn't extract any more value theygave all thier chips to you.
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    • McClaneNCIS (10 high) wrote Monday, February 25, 2013 at 10:44 am:
      I would have do the same thing
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    • Mago666 (10 high) wrote Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 1:00 pm:
      great hand i wanna win one like this of cpurse well played ;)
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