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  • my first one!

    I got it in a pso when i was badly in need of chips to carry on.. thank you POKER GODS!!!!!! I thought of folding it if more than one were in the pot.. !
    Last edited by godofcricket; Wed Jul 06, 2011, 05:05 PM.

  • #2
    typical!!

    ever notice that when you get down to next to nothing amount of chips you usually get an unreal hand? like having 5000 in chips, losing a big hand which leaves you with lets say 100 chips and and are forced in the next hand automatically but you have aces and make quads... i see this sort of thing quite regularly

    anyone else?

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    • #3
      Nice one!

      The number of times I have risen like a phoenix when down to my last chips is quite astonishing. Maybe it is the luck of the Irish!

      TC

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      • #4
        Naah, happens to Germans as well :-)

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        • #5
          My first! I couldn't seem to make any money on it though.

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          • #6
            Shouldn't you have raised or at least bet more in order to make more money?

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            • #7
              That very thing has been bugging me, so I put the hand over in the Hand Analysis forum to see what the great minds over there think of it.

              I would recommend that forum to post your own hands or to just read through-very helpful.

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