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Good play or Donkey play?

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Chef, Sep 13, 2007.

  1. Chef

    Chef Active Member

    3 in the pot.

    Flop comes 8-9-10 rainbow.

    Everybody in the county knows this one kid has QJ.

    Everybody. Just by his betting, reaction to the cards.

    He goes all in.

    One other guy shows me his cards, and he mucked. He had 6-7.

    You just knew this kid had QJ.

    After much deliberating......this kids brother goes ahead and calls, and this was for about 95% of his chips.

    He called with 10-8 (2-pair)

    Of course you know what happens next.


    I have been in a hand before similar to this where I was dealt 4-4......flop comes out 3-4-5 (rainbow).

    You could just sense in the room someone flopped the wheel.

    He bets big, and I mucked them.

    No sense calling big off the flop, and if you miss the turn (as in don't catch the whale or pair the board), you're already pot committed.
  2. spinning27

    spinning27 New Member

    How good were the players? A good player wouldn't bet big after flopping the wheel.
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