Sunday, April 25, 2010

2/3 in busting before first break

I havent been playing live or online well lately. Usually my night ends with me shoving into some kind of made hand already, and I kick myself for being too aggressive (STAG).

Tonight I lose 1/3rd of my stack figuring I will let Schuabs hang himself with an underpair or weak K on a K high flop, and I let him see a river which gives him trips to beat my TPTK.

Then the below hand occurs which stands as the reason I have stopped playing almost all forms of poker:

Full Tilt p0ker Game #20358123589: BBT5 Invitational Event #2 (155898195), Table 3 - 30/60 - No Limit Hold'em - 19:38:04 ET - 2010/04/25


bayne_s posts the small blind of 30
TexansBaby posts the big blind of 60
The button is in seat #4

*** HOLE CARDS ***

USAF_Trevor has 15 seconds left to act
USAF_Trevor raises to 135
1Queens Up1 calls 135
*** FLOP *** [As 2c 2d]
USAF_Trevor bets 120

1Queens Up1 raises to 360
USAF_Trevor raises to 3,001, and is all in
1Queens Up1 calls 1,345, and is all in (gonna have to show me the nutz here buddy)

USAF_Trevor shows [5d Ad]
1Queens Up1 shows [Jh Ah]

*** TURN *** [As 2c 2d] [5s] ighskjfdfhlkjefhklegfhilewgfulaegfeagaeghfahlfgahgfaslgflewgflkewagfwlk
*** RIVER *** [As 2c 2d 5s] [9c]
USAF_Trevor shows two pair, Aces and Fives
1Queens Up1 shows two pair, Aces and Twos
USAF_Trevor wins the pot (3,770) with two pair, Aces and Fives

1 comments:

Schaubs said...

I remember winning that hand and thinking to myself "why did he just limp AKs on the button"

I assume it was because my UTG limp looked strong...?