Final hand

Nut flush over set under river boat.

Been “nice” playing with you on this site.

Bye.

https://www.replaypoker.com/hand/replay/793846644

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Seems like a pretty run of the mill case of good hands running into each other to me? I don’t think you made any significant mistakes, and I think your plays on each street seem like pretty good choices (I don’t think raising on the flop was mandatory, but I like mixing it in a fair amount of the time). Likewise, I think your opponent’s play was perfectly reasonable.

I take it you were planning on losing all of your chips when you sat down at this table?

Take care. Happy trails.

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Where will you go?! What will you do?!

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Correct. I bluffed all in for 1/4 of my total bankroll twice against the same player (not love2eattacos) at the table earlier, and was either going to leave the table back up to 80M or when I hit 0. I hit 0.

Retiring from poker. Focusing on other interests.

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I will go all in and say,…you’ll be back.

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And now the end is near and so I face the final curtain…. ( my way, Elvis Presley )

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@puggywug

I think you played the hand very well. Except maybe you should have gone all-in after the turn. You made a mistake of playing your entire bankroll unless that’s what you always do. But, I see your previous response and the result was inevitable.

Good luck, I enjoyed reading your (many) previous posts.

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Just another bad beat! Happens to everyone a lot. If you can’t take it in a for fun only site maybe you should take a break.

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This is not about how you played the hand, its about how easily you go on tilt!

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or it could be free chips, or donk that bought a ton of chips and wants to buy more

Don’t let the door hit your royal flush on the way out

Regards,
TA

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You can buy 3.5 million chips for less than $100. Lots of people do it.

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