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Dabears Over 5150's

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#1 Huskers20


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Posted 11 June 2006 - 09:19 AM

Huskers20 of Dabears defeated Theraflew of 5150's17minutesI got the early small lead. Then made a call w/ my str8, w/ 4 to a flush on the board but he didn't have one. Then I turned a flush.Then it was time for thera to suck out. As i had kk vs. his q?, flop aaq we got it all in (700 or so) and he rivered a queen For a 2 outer, not 3. J/k thera. Back to almost even.Then just winning some pots. I did have aces that weren't shown, flopped a set, thera did fold to a reraise.Last hand i flopped top pair he turned a oesd, and we got it in for last 450 and I held. Good match thera.

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Posted 11 June 2006 - 09:45 AM

deck was hitting you pretty good to start, the call with the 4 flush was probably the key hand early on. i dont think i flopped top pair more than maybe once, and not many pocket pairs either. i also shouldnt have reraised you in another hand, i folded to that bet on the river, i didnt have anything. i got too aggressive with nothing, but sitting around waiting for cards just isnt something i like to do. well played husker.
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Posted 11 June 2006 - 01:09 PM

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