pokerplaya wrote:mak1277 wrote:pokerplaya wrote:SHOCKandAWE wrote:You played it right but to be honest why does everyone complain so much when they lose to a lucky hand in poker?
The best poker players do what you least expect them to do no matter what cards you have.
This guy i play against complains all thetime when I beat him like this. He says stuff like I was lucky? You shouldnt have played that hand? Riverrat!
I am like whatever......I mean last time I checked there wasnt a guidline on rules you have to follow in poker when it came to strategies.
I wasn't complaining, just asking if anyone could have gotten away from the hand. There is a huge difference.
I disagree...this is a bad beat story in disguise.
Unless you have a phenomenal read on a guy, nobody dumps AA in your situation (and I think you know that).
Given your re-raise preflop, odds are you would've come out betting if checked to, so if he has 44 or 66 that majority of people are going to check-call or check-raise. His all-in just screamed QQ or KK.
Bad beat story...pay us a dollar.
I don't disguise my bad beat stories, I just come out and say they are bad beat stories. So...no. But nice try.
I'm not saying it was intentional, but it was a bad beat story and nothing more than that. 56o beat AA....you were unlucky....I see almost zero decision making analysis that can be taken from this hand, unless you're playing at an incredibly high level of competition.