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Only reason I see, is that players don't want to show

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  • Only reason I see, is that players don't want to show

    WOW In the span of 5 minutes on 2 different tables, this happens: This first one, after the river, I miss click the all in and bet $0.26 instead of $0.27 and he folds after betting $8.12. WHY? I guess he missed his straight and didn't want to show The second one, the player bets $5 after the river and I go all in with $5.42 and he folds. WHY? I guess he didn't want to show That was great for me, great start to the month of February, but I still wanted to know, so I could write it in my players notes Any thoughts on what they had?? umbup:

  • #2
    lol what are they doing. nice hands


    • #3
      Hey Trap!

      If I were a gambling man... I think the first hand was a total airball bluff with garbage that they didn't want to show.
      Like not wanting to show losing a 27o hand in the tank, when it costs the extra prop bet if you show it as a loser.

      The second one, no telling. Could be a 3, could be a 10, could be 2 broadways.

      John (JWK24)

      6 Time Bracelet Winner


      • #4
        Still - you have to love the fishies. Ran into one too today - Guy 5-bet me preflop for1/3 his stack, I 6-bet allin and he calls with K7 off. Only time on 5 days I got value out of pocket aces

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