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    I had a pair of 7 and flopped a set. Villain flopped a K set...

    Analyzing it I should have been a bit more careful given pre-flop the villain 3bet.

    And after that... Lost all my bankrollbuilder money on a stupid play!! I'm still on the tilt for sure!

    Any thoughts about the best way to deal when you get on that state? And how to avoid it?

    Regards,
    Pw

  • #2
    Hi SrPickwick!

    set over set is one of, if not the hardest hand to get off of and the overwhelming majority of players are going to go broke there every single time.

    I had one last week where I had pkt 7's into an 8-way family limped pot pre... flop middle set with the 7's and didn't have the best hand, as someone limped KK pre and hit a set of K's. Needless to say, I went straight to the rail.

    These things are a part of poker and will happen over and over. The key is to learn to not get upset over them and to not have them tilt you, as it's a part of poker that will happen over and over.

    John (JWK24)
    Super-Moderator



    6 Time Bracelet Winner


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    • #3
      I didn't get upset, as I understood it was a break of luck that can happen. I just smiled, but tilted nevertheless.

      I think next time I take a beat like that ill stop for a while, but I want to know how you guys get over tilting.

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      • #4
        How do we get over tilt? By taking a break, replaying the hand(s) a few times to make sure we made good decisions (so it was just bad luck, not bad play), and by looking forward to the next hand/session.
        Once you've had a few hundred bad beats, you'll no longer be agonising over them.

        (Funnily rnough, I still clearly remember the worst bad beat I ever had, and that was on a play money table about 3 years ago. I think I had my aces cracked twice yesterday and can't even remember what they were cracked by, because these days I just move on to the next hand as if nothing had happened).
        Bracelet Winner

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