First Royal in 100.000 hands on Replay


#1

2019-02-07%20(1)

https://www.replaypoker.com/hand/replay/469154256

Congratulations ! :clap:t3::clap:t3::clap:t3: :trophy:


#2

Wyner told us this was his first Royal in 100,000 hands playing here, so we thought we would surprise him by posting this! Well done xx


#3

I had my first RF in NLHE less than 25000 hands, and more than 10000. I also had one in a game of Royal, but I don’t really count it since the odds are so much better for it in that game. Congratulations on the hand.


#4

actually grapevine meant first royal flush…that hand is holdem if you look at the color of the felt and check the hand info.


#5

I know, I understood this one was a holdem game. I’ve had two royal flushes on RPP and in my life. Once at a Royal table, and once in a NLHE 3-max SNG.


#6

I have never had a Royal Flush, but have had a few straight flushes recently here on RPP. One of them was in a tournament when Puggywug was seated to my left and I held a pair of 4s including the 4 of hearts. The board supplied the other 4 hearts. Opponent (not Puggywug) went all-in on the river. I don’t remember what he had, whether it was the nut flush (as he thought) or a straight. I think maybe it was a straight.

When the 4 cards dropped, Puggywug flashed a message saying “4 of hearts, anyone?” thus potentially alerting my opponent, but he was not deterred.

Obviously a player is unlikely to call a preflop raise with a 4 of hearts in hand when he does not hold the 2,3,5, or 6 of hearts, but a pocket pair can provide an exception to the rule and did in this case.

https://www.replaypoker.com/hand/replay/450547490


#7

Let’s keep the thread as you meant it to be and not make it about us.

Congratulations @Wyner and many more to come :clap::clap::clap:


#8

Wyner probably almost had a heart attack when he/she saw the flop, but the hand shows the difficulty of extracting a lot of chips from opponents when you flop a monstrous hand such as this. The ace on the river might have given an opponent a straight, but apparently no luck.


#9

my mistake :blush:


#10

I try to keep my mouth shut until after the hand is over, but once in a while I just can’t contain myself. I was glad you won the hand. I’ve never had a non-royal straight flush.


#11

Typical replay.


#12

Nice


#13

“First Royal in 100.000 hands” I know, this computer repeats hands A LOT. (note: shouting A LOT increases the funny).
All jokes aside, I got my first royal in the 14,000’s hands. I was livid ! My little man in my head went all in before I could stop him, causing my single opponent to fold resulting in a numbered hand (no hand of the hour unless you win the hand and it says Royal Flush) It wasn’t even saved in my “Best Hands”. Livid I tell you! I think I won 16 chips, which is not enough to retire on these days.
Anyway, I need to go make A LOT of chips really quickly so I can use them to improve my game! Alias


#14

It is hard enough to get a royal but to flop one is even harder… wtg :slight_smile:


#15

I got a 300 in bowling once but it was in practice so it didn’t count. but I got it and my wife was a witness LOL.


#16

I always wondered why Replay didn’t have a section put a side where you can see all the Royal flushes and who got them.


#17

Try this maybe.


#18

good point !


#19

havent won one yet, when I do, gonna be against you, ol pro lol.


#20

An off-Broadway straight flush with Royal pretensions, beheads a knavish usurper.

https://www.replaypoker.com/hand/replay/451919200