Friday, April 01, 2005

So much for that...

Suited gappers are great if you hit, but geeeeeeeeez, that means someone needs to not be a dork and realize he's beat and ok ok 4 out of 5 times this is going to pay me SO MUCH MONEY I shouldn't be upset, but there you go.

Party Poker No-Limit Hold'em, $1 BB (9 handed) converter

MP1 = (Wanker)/ ($97.15)

MP2 ($132.2)

MP3 ($127.15)

CO ($86.9)

Button ($183.73)

Maigrey ($137.95)

BB ($102.9)

UTG ($46.8)

UTG+1 ($13.05)

Preflop: Maigrey is SB with 2h, 5h.

UTG calls $1, 1 fold, Wanker raises to $3, 2 folds, CO calls $3, Button calls $3, Maigrey calls $2.50, 1 fold, UTG calls $2.

I call here because I'm getting a whole lot of implied odds if I hit.

Flop: ($16) 2d, 5s, 9c (5 players)

And wahOOOO I hit!

Maigrey checks, UTG checks, Wanker bets $7, CO calls $7, Button folds, Maigrey raises to $45, UTG folds, Wanker raises to $94.15 (All-In), CO folds, Maigrey calls $49.15.

Turn: ($211.30) Qh (2 players, 1 all-in)

River: ($211.30) Js (2 players, 1 all-in)

Final Pot: $211.30

Main Pot: $211.30, between Wanker and Maigrey. > Pot won by Wanker ($211.30).

Results below:
Maigrey has 2h 5h (two pair, fives and twos).

Wanker has Jh Jd (three of a kind, jacks).

Outcome: Wanker wins $211.30.

AAAAAGH, you called with an overpair? He said that he thought about trips but I bet so much he put me on a bluff. Seriously, I'd been playing so tight and I never bluffed; and he said he'd never put me on 52, to which I said, dude, you could put me on 22 or 55. Anyway. Argh. He then took his hit and run and left. Argh.