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Udderdude - 2009-06-13


Menudo con queso - 2009-06-13

Without Dave Foley or Norm MacDonald around, poker is an unwatchable as a "sport".

The Townleybomb - 2009-06-13

If you have no idea what you're watching, I'm sure it is. Coverage of the WSOP is complete shit, though, since the only hands they show are strategy-free monsters like this one. Gotta appeal to folks who buy Milwaukee's Best, I suppose.

baleen - 2009-06-13

The odds of a full house on the flop are about 1 in 3,700.
Yes, it is very painful.

The Townleybomb - 2009-06-13

That is nowhere near the worst feeling. When lightning strikes, nothing you can do but sit there and get burnt. +1 for Sammy Farha, though.

baleen - 2009-06-13

What is the worst feeling if being burned with a Ace boat on the first hand (after getting nuts on the flop) and going all in then being eliminated from the game isn't?

dancingshadow - 2009-06-13

Still... getting hit by lightning is crazy

Hooker - 2009-06-13

baleen, are you just getting to televised poker now?

baleen - 2009-06-13

Not really.
I play poker a few nights a week.

memedumpster - 2009-06-13

Texas Holdum sucks as a permutation of poker.

baleen - 2009-06-13

It's not as good as 7 card, I agree. But 7 card is not televisable.

Knuckles - 2009-06-14

Omaha hi/lo is the king of poker. real talk.

Goofy Gorilla - 2009-06-14

Says some dude that can't be bothered to spell.

twinkieafternoon - 2009-06-13

That was "Vagisil Good Decision Early Action Hand" (tm) of the game, brought to you by Vagisil, always a good decision as early in the game as possible.

positively - 2009-06-13

Five stars for this comment

StanleyPain - 2009-06-13

Cool to see, but not really due to any skill on anyone's part, really. It was luck of the draw basically. What's better are the matches where it goes down to two players desperately bluffing over and over into the thousands until there's the big reveal and both of them had shit hands.

FABIO - 2009-06-14

Post wort and/or most bullshit Full Tilt hands!

This was a 7,000 man daily dollar where at one point I was up to 8th (out of remaining 650).

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Fahbs [8c Ah]
ohsnapzbrah folds
jennimus1 folds
meyer04100 folds
jdw71785 folds
cottrellee folds
crazyhorse32 folds
BrokenHeartsBan calls 5,000
jakec172 calls 2,500
Fahbs has 15 seconds left to act
Fahbs raises to 15,000
BrokenHeartsBan raises to 64,099, and is all in
jakec172 folds
Fahbs has 15 seconds left to act
Fahbs has requested TIME
Fahbs calls 49,099
BrokenHeartsBan shows [7c Ac]
Fahbs shows [8c Ah]
*** FLOP *** [5s 4c Jc]
*** TURN *** [5s 4c Jc] [8s]
*** RIVER *** [5s 4c Jc 8s] [6d]
BrokenHeartsBan shows a straight, Eight high
Fahbs shows a pair of Eights
BrokenHeartsBan wins the pot (138,598) with a straight, Eight high

Knuckles - 2009-06-14

that's what you get for going all in before the flop with fucking ace eight off-suit you tremendous clod

FABIO - 2009-06-14

You know absolutely nothing of end game tournament poker.

sheikurbouti - 2009-06-14

You mean people still play poker after graduating from highschool?

FABIO - 2009-06-14

That was unsurprisingly idiotic of Hudson. Going all in that early when all it would take is an ace to beat you? To win a pot 10% of your stack? Should have folded or at worst called. The odds of a good player bluffing a reraise that early on aren't too good.

mon666ster - 2009-06-15

An ace wouldn't have beaten him. Full house beats 3 aces. Only an A-10 would have beat him.

The Townleybomb - 2010-01-15

You know absolutely nothing of early-stage tournament poker.

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