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Posted on Feb 1st 2007
I have the same problem. Played a lot of freerolls the last days and most of the time i finish in the last 50. The problem is when you raise or go all in with a good hand you get called by crap and they hit 2 pair. It looks as if it affects your cash games too because most of my high pocket pairs got called and cracked with hands that nobody will play(like j2o).
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Posted on Feb 1st 2007
That sucked, but like was said, the other guy made the bad play.
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Posted on Jan 11th 2010
i hate bad beats  all fishes win with bad beats   not corectly
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Posted on Oct 19th 2011
i have ( J spades Q spades) poket oponent(10 diamonds 10 sclubs)  preflop he raises 3 bet i  call flop : K spades 10 spades 5 hurts bet call 2 bb tetrn 9 spades  i chack he rais pot i call   river 5 diamonds he all in (( i all in))   ~150 BB to my bankroll))  
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Posted on Oct 20th 2011
The above message is not a bad beat, its a cooler. He hit a hand on the river that he couldn't fold, you just happened to have the nuts. Had he flopped trips, and both of you got the money all in on the flop or turn and then he turned a boat, and you rivered a straight flush, that would have been a bad beat.
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Posted on Dec 28th 2011
I recently go all in with AA against a loose player. He had As5s. Opened three spades flop ...
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Posted on Jan 4th 2012
I recently go all in with AA against a loose player. He had As5s. Opened three spades flop ...Unlucky. Hard to take, but you should never be upset about getting the money allin when you have the best hand. That is a long term winning plan.
It's easier to fish if you're the one casting the reel.
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Posted on Jan 5th 2012
I recently go all in with AA against a loose player. He had As5s. Opened three spades flop ...Unlucky. Hard to take, but you should never be upset about getting the money allin when you have the best hand. That is a long term winning plan.I agree with you, thanks for the advice!
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