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    Runner Runner ... evrytime on the cash tables , they call with nothing an hit something
    http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...993_4ECED98050

  • #2
    this is not a runner runner.
    you were already behind when most of the money went in.

    why are you playing with only 50BB ?

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    • #3
      Because when u play with 100BB u lose 100bb just like this :

      http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...086_B6DAC7B648

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      • #4
        this is the very best way to lose 100bb

        the EV of getting 100bb allin preflop against 99= 60bb
        the EV of getting 50bb allin preflop against 99= 30bb

        so by having a full stack you have gained 30bb in average.

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        • #5
          Well yea ur right , i played just few zoom sessions for fun with 20$ thats why i was playing with 1$ after i get down to 10$.
          http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...029_8DEDF479D7

          http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hand...948_831B72289A

          Im going on Tillt after this hands , thats why i dont give a chance for serios play to the cash games.

          By the way i readed your challenge it was really well...with what bankroll u started to play the 1.5$ sit n goes? I know that usualy its 100 Buy ins but 150$ its to much to afford on poker...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by TweedleBeetl View Post
            this is not a runner runner.
            you were already behind when most of the money went in.

            why are you playing with only 50BB ?
            Were you watching a different Boom hand than the one I can see ?

            The villain needed runner, runner after the flop, no matter what way you look at it, he should have folded that holding on the flop. All overcards and no really serious draw, facing an almost pot sized bet from the original raiser, he must have known he was massively behind.
            The Hero only went behind on the River, which looks like a brick.
            Last edited by Bill Curran; Fri Nov 01, 2013, 09:16 PM.
            3 Time Bracelet Winner


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            • #7
              Originally posted by Manowar1800 View Post
              By the way i readed your challenge it was really well...with what bankroll u started to play the 1.5$ sit n goes? I know that usualy its 100 Buy ins but 150$ its to much to afford on poker...
              I had over $400 at that time.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Bill Curran View Post
                Were you watching a different Boom hand than the one I can see ?

                The villain needed runner, runner after the flop, no matter what way you look at it, he should have folded that holding on the flop. All overcards and no really serious draw, facing an almost pot sized bet from the original raiser, he must have known he was massively behind.
                The Hero only went behind on the River, which looks like a brick.
                Well this was posted in the Bad Beats area, and in my mind the possibility for a bad beat starts where all the money goes in.

                As to the hand in question, I think Hero played it just fine. It just does not meet my specifications for a bad beat.

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                • #9
                  Its definitely a bad beat. The villain called him right down to the river making two pair when he should have folded on the flop cause the only way he could win was getting runner runner.

                  He was a 91% favorite to win on the flop, then still a 90% favorite to win on the turn yet the donkey called again to the river with all odds against him facing 3 over pairs and a flush possibility and gets one of his outs

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