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9,237,536 To One?

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Finally decided to register here. Wanted to post this pretty sick hand in a PL5D qualifier to the WCOOP event earlier today. Was pretty sick. Could have probably gotten from it if i hadn't drawn Aces full on the draw.

PokerStars Game #20164556689: Tournament #106273671, $25.00+$2.50 5 Card Draw Pot Limit - Level V (75/150) - 2008/09/05 11:21:14 ETTable '106273671 1' 6-max Seat #2 is the buttonSeat 1: April Tears (1970 in chips)Seat 2: 000169 (1710 in chips)Seat 3: PSMozak (2890 in chips)Seat 4: padarysiu (1820 in chips)Seat 5: mymufasa (1130 in chips)Seat 6: tmoneydog78 (2780 in chips)PSMozak: posts small blind 75padarysiu: posts big blind 150*** DEALING HANDS ***Dealt to April Tears [Ac Ks Kh Ad 3c]mymufasa: foldstmoneydog78: foldsApril Tears: raises 300 to 450000169: foldsPSMozak: raises 450 to 900padarysiu: foldsApril Tears: calls 450PSMozak: stands patApril Tears: discards 1 card [3c]Dealt to April Tears [Ac Ks Kh Ad] [As]PSMozak: bets 450April Tears: raises 620 to 1070 and is all-inPSMozak: calls 620*** SHOW DOWN ***April Tears: shows [Ac Ks Kh Ad As] (a full house, Aces full of Kings)PSMozak: shows [6h Th 8h 7h 9h] (a straight flush, Six to Ten)PSMozak collected 4090 from pot*** SUMMARY ***Total pot 4090 | Rake 0Seat 1: April Tears showed [Ac Ks Kh Ad As] and lost with a full house, Aces full of KingsSeat 2: 000169 (button) folded before the Draw (didn't bet)Seat 3: PSMozak (small blind) showed [6h Th 8h 7h 9h] and won (4090) with a straight flush, Six to Ten
Just looked that guy up. He's in the money right now in the WCOOP event. I calculated the odds of me drawing 2 pair to a boat only to lose to a pat straight flush are about 9,237,536 to one.Pretty sick.
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Only beat worse than that I can think of was maverick having the Royal flush over the other dude's straight flush. But that was in a movie.Hope you didn't break anything.

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