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2013-08-29 11:59:38 PM
Hehehe, that was awesome.
 
2013-08-30 12:04:18 AM
www.1800pocketpc.com
 
2013-08-30 07:29:48 AM
If you play poker, you've been in that position a hundred times. Get your money in with the best hand, and hope the poker gods don't decide to fark with you.
 
2013-08-30 07:34:35 AM
Is poker cool again?  I was pretty sure twerking is the new cool thing.  Less poker, more twerk.
 
2013-08-30 07:42:17 AM
Everybody gets a bad beat, but he looks like he's taking that one pretty personally.
 
2013-08-30 07:44:14 AM
Paredes essentially tells him that it was his non-stop talking that made him (Paredes) call. So it was a combination of bad luck and his own poor social game.
 
2013-08-30 07:47:08 AM

SmackLT: Everybody gets a bad beat, but he looks like he's taking that one pretty personally.


That's cause he was kind of taunting the guy before hand in order to get him to call.
 
2013-08-30 07:51:56 AM

EvilEgg: SmackLT: Everybody gets a bad beat, but he looks like he's taking that one pretty personally.

That's cause he was kind of taunting the guy before hand in order to get him to call.


I'm guessing that's his overall nature, always taking things to the dramatic extreme.  His reaction is funny out of context, but I bet most of the people at that table were tired of his shtick long ago.
 
2013-08-30 07:52:27 AM
And if you listen closely, you can hear the crushing loneliness of the person who sits and watches poker on TV.
 
2013-08-30 07:57:25 AM

rbaron71: Paredes essentially tells him that it was his non-stop talking that made him (Paredes) call. So it was a combination of bad luck and his own poor social game.


You talk someone into calling, you damn well better be braced to get drawn out on.
 
2013-08-30 08:06:15 AM
Who wears a hoodie and sunglasses inside? And the other guido looked smarmy too.
 
2013-08-30 08:06:19 AM
A Grand Slam at the bottom of the 9th is a beautiful thing; that guy just experienced it from the ball's perspective...
 
2013-08-30 08:10:03 AM
It would be easier to feel sorry for him if the smug didn't radiate off of him.
 
2013-08-30 08:14:47 AM
i like the split second wry smile on the face of the guy wearing the yankee's hat.
 
2013-08-30 08:17:33 AM

lucksi: Who wears a hoodie and sunglasses inside? And the other guido looked smarmy too.


Treyvon Martin wannabees
 
2013-08-30 08:36:34 AM

abhorrent1: And if you listen closely, you can hear the crushing loneliness of the person who sits and watches poker on TV.


I'll second this.  Watching poker on TV is second in boring only to watching golf on TV.  Followed closely by tennis.

But I'll throw you to the floor if you try to change the station off football.  :)

/YMMV
 
2013-08-30 08:39:00 AM
3.bp.blogspot.com

/I'll do it
 
2013-08-30 09:10:47 AM
So do all poker players dress like douchebags?
 
2013-08-30 09:18:33 AM
The thing is, look at the %'s at the bottom.... he had 3 outs, his odds of winning was 7%.   Yeah, that is pretty low and heavily favored towards the 93%, but, it seems like people sit and go on when something like this happens, as if it was like someone hitting the Powerball Jackpot.  7% is still fairly "likely" compared to a LOT of other things.
 
2013-08-30 09:53:03 AM

lucksi: Who wears a hoodie and sunglasses inside? And the other guido looked smarmy too.


They do that so the other guys can't read their expressions.
 
2013-08-30 10:05:46 AM

EvilEgg: lucksi: Who wears a hoodie and sunglasses inside? And the other guido looked smarmy too.

They do that so the other guys can't read their expressions.


That's not sporting.
 
2013-08-30 10:37:58 AM

rbaron71: Paredes essentially tells him that it was his non-stop talking that made him (Paredes) call. So it was a combination of bad luck and his own poor social game.


Yeah, I'm gonna keep my yap shut in a hand like that.
The Poker Gods are cruel that way.
 
2013-08-30 10:57:24 AM
He still made $28,000, so all wasn't lost.

Win some, lose some.
 
2013-08-30 11:59:17 AM
That was beautiful!
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2013-08-30 12:48:48 PM
You call that a bad beat lol???

Try losing with 4 6's to 4 9's. The worst beat I ever personally witnessed is a guy losing to a ROYAL FLUSH with 4 A's

/guys a douche anyway. love the Phil Helmuth "how could I possible lose with this mediocre hand" look on his face.
 
2013-08-30 12:53:13 PM
24.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-08-30 01:04:47 PM
Guy did everything right.
Shoved with 93%, and goaded the opponent into calling.

Karma-wise, probably should have shut up after the call.

Great players only lose to bad beats and donks.
 
2013-08-30 02:28:16 PM
At precisely 0:58. Time for some loser horn.
 
2013-08-30 02:31:20 PM
"All you need is a Queen"
Bam!
Queen
 
2013-08-30 02:43:55 PM
That was pretty good.  I also enjoyed this one that I saw yesterday on another site.
 
2013-08-30 02:53:04 PM
Only thing to be ashamed of is his reaction. He played the hand correctly.
 
2013-08-30 02:58:07 PM

BEER_ME_in_CT: You call that a bad beat lol???

Try losing with 4 6's to 4 9's. The worst beat I ever personally witnessed is a guy losing to a ROYAL FLUSH with 4 A's

/guys a douche anyway. love the Phil Helmuth "how could I possible lose with this mediocre hand" look on his face.


How does a guy with 4 Aces lose to a Royal Flush? Because a Royal Flush would have one of those Aces in it ...
 
2013-08-30 03:34:15 PM

HawgWild: BEER_ME_in_CT: You call that a bad beat lol???

Try losing with 4 6's to 4 9's. The worst beat I ever personally witnessed is a guy losing to a ROYAL FLUSH with 4 A's

/guys a douche anyway. love the Phil Helmuth "how could I possible lose with this mediocre hand" look on his face.

How does a guy with 4 Aces lose to a Royal Flush? Because a Royal Flush would have one of those Aces in it ...


Community card on the table in holdem, I'm sure.
 
2013-08-30 04:06:23 PM

abhorrent1: And if you listen closely, you can hear the crushing loneliness of the person who sits and watches poker on TV.


i.imgur.com
 
2013-08-30 05:05:52 PM

HawgWild: BEER_ME_in_CT: You call that a bad beat lol???

Try losing with 4 6's to 4 9's. The worst beat I ever personally witnessed is a guy losing to a ROYAL FLUSH with 4 A's

/guys a douche anyway. love the Phil Helmuth "how could I possible lose with this mediocre hand" look on his face.

How does a guy with 4 Aces lose to a Royal Flush? Because a Royal Flush would have one of those Aces in it ...


Yeah, this is Professional poker, we are usually talking about texas holdem.... nobody (generally) plays for serious money "5 card stud/draw".... without having some community cards or face up cards in the others hands, you have almost nothing to base a bluff off of, or gauge how good your hand really is.

Board was probably like:  As Ac Kc Qc (and any 5th card), one hand with Ah Ad, other one with Jc 10c.
 
2013-08-30 05:18:04 PM
Yeah,

muwaryer: Community card on the table in holdem, I'm sure.


dletter: Yeah, this is Professional poker, we are usually talking about texas holdem.... nobody (generally) plays for serious money "5 card stud/draw".... without having some community cards or face up cards in the others hands, you have almost nothing to base a bluff off of, or gauge how good your hand really is.

Board was probably like: As Ac Kc Qc (and any 5th card), one hand with Ah Ad, other one with Jc 10c.


Never thought of that.
 
2013-08-30 06:09:06 PM

muwaryer: That was pretty good.  I also enjoyed this one that I saw yesterday on another site.


OOOOWWWCH.
 
2013-08-30 06:27:43 PM
I'm out of my element. Only play poker at camp, (deer or fishing). We never play that pussy Hold 'Em game.
 
2013-08-30 08:15:55 PM

Not_Todd: Only thing to be ashamed of is his reaction. He played the hand correctly.


Eh, stunned silence then shaking the guy's hand is pretty respectable, I'd say.  I've certainly done worse.
 
2013-08-30 10:51:19 PM

abhorrent1: And if you listen closely, you can hear the crushing loneliness of the person who sits and watches poker on TV.


We have watched, but only as background noise in the wee hours when nothing else was on. However, what we have never done and will never do, is film our f*cking television...
 
2013-08-31 07:34:55 AM

John Buck 41: I'm out of my element. Only play poker at camp, (deer or fishing). We never play that pussy Hold 'Em game.


I already explained why holdem is a much better game for gambling than just "people have random cards", unless you also like to play Russian roulette (I guess you do have the necessary equipment at camp).

Or, maybe you are trying to tell us you guys play strip at camp.

/or, maybe you like 7-card stud or Omaha at camp, who knows.
 
2013-08-31 08:24:41 AM

LesserEvil: He still made $28,000, so all wasn't lost.

Win some, lose some.


No, he owes a bookie $40,000.
 
2013-08-31 01:39:04 PM

dletter: John Buck 41: I'm out of my element. Only play poker at camp, (deer or fishing). We never play that pussy Hold 'Em game.

I already explained why holdem is a much better game for gambling than just "people have random cards", unless you also like to play Russian roulette (I guess you do have the necessary equipment at camp).

Or, maybe you are trying to tell us you guys play strip at camp.

/or, maybe you like 7-card stud or Omaha at camp, who knows.


Yeah, before Hold 'Em, I really had no clue how people enjoyed playing poker.  Knowing absolutely nothing about the other hands is pretty goddamn boring.
 
2013-08-31 01:47:44 PM

blue_2501: dletter: John Buck 41: I'm out of my element. Only play poker at camp, (deer or fishing). We never play that pussy Hold 'Em game.

I already explained why holdem is a much better game for gambling than just "people have random cards", unless you also like to play Russian roulette (I guess you do have the necessary equipment at camp).

Or, maybe you are trying to tell us you guys play strip at camp.

/or, maybe you like 7-card stud or Omaha at camp, who knows.

Yeah, before Hold 'Em, I really had no clue how people enjoyed playing poker.  Knowing absolutely nothing about the other hands is pretty goddamn boring.


Any kind of poker where you can't gauge the best possible hand any of the other players could have is basically then mostly like playing a slot machine or roulette.  To be fair, as a "kid" (college), I played various "silly" poker variations and other card gambling games that were basically like that (one game we called "spit", where we each got dealt a 3 card poker hand, and then all secretly decided if we wanted to go after the pot.... if more than 1 person wanted to go after the pot, the winning hand won the pot, the losers had to pay the "pot" into the pot).   But, I don't play Chutes and Ladders anymore either.
 
2013-08-31 02:19:04 PM

dletter: blue_2501: dletter: John Buck 41: I'm out of my element. Only play poker at camp, (deer or fishing). We never play that pussy Hold 'Em game.

I already explained why holdem is a much better game for gambling than just "people have random cards", unless you also like to play Russian roulette (I guess you do have the necessary equipment at camp).

Or, maybe you are trying to tell us you guys play strip at camp.

/or, maybe you like 7-card stud or Omaha at camp, who knows.

Yeah, before Hold 'Em, I really had no clue how people enjoyed playing poker.  Knowing absolutely nothing about the other hands is pretty goddamn boring.

Any kind of poker where you can't gauge the best possible hand any of the other players could have is basically then mostly like playing a slot machine or roulette.  To be fair, as a "kid" (college), I played various "silly" poker variations and other card gambling games that were basically like that (one game we called "spit", where we each got dealt a 3 card poker hand, and then all secretly decided if we wanted to go after the pot.... if more than 1 person wanted to go after the pot, the winning hand won the pot, the losers had to pay the "pot" into the pot).   But, I don't play Chutes and Ladders anymore either.


We call that Challenge but with some variations from your version.

To each his own. Cheers.
 
2013-08-31 02:24:45 PM

John Buck 41: To each his own. Cheers.


That is a much different statement than "that pussy game", which is the only reason we both spoke up.  Nice backpeddle tho.
 
2013-08-31 04:13:57 PM

dletter: John Buck 41: To each his own. Cheers.

That is a much different statement than "that pussy game", which is the only reason we both spoke up.  Nice backpeddle tho.


I was tired and had some alcohol last night. I'm not usually that much of a dick. Seems to happen (dickish comments) on Friday nights; perhaps I should refrain from posting on Fark then. In either case. thanks for the compliment on my back-pedalling skills.
 
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