check out the current, and previous hand numbers, if they’re not too small.
i’ve gotten straights back to back, boats back to back, ect., and once, sets, back to back. this is my first time hitting (and winning) `3 consecutive flushes.
Yep. I’m that guy who enters a hand with his suited 2 gapper , and will not be dissuaded by superior cards, stack dissolving bets, or less that affectionate glares from the room. No, nothing will deter my journey toward that great equalizer of poker players, The River. Said to make the proud, humble, the short-stack, rejoice, the river weaves delight and despair amidst the whirls of calculated plots, plans, mathematical solving, and a burning desire to exploit, and dominate
but I regress.
So…why am I calling bets with mediocre hands, trying to beat the odds and land a flush which probably won’t beat any other flush at the table?
It’s Freaky Flush Friday, at Replay.
you don’t need to win, or even see your opponents cards, to enjoy flushes. The mere sight of 4 or 5 suited cards on the board is enough to bring a warm longing for the pair of kings you just threw away, after betting them hard, on earlier streets.
goodbye, friend set. goodbye, friend trips. we barely knew you. If only you had been a club.
My personal favorite is when the card flips to complete your top 2 pair, it just happens to be the suit needed to round out…you guessed it. so Come on down to Freaky Flush Friday, at Replay, before it becomes Saturday, and you miss out.
Sidenote: Prior to the first hand, I was chip poor, being stackl bullied and priced out of hands, and starting to cop an attitude. I decided to stay in the hand to the end, even it meant losing the hand and leaving the game
All I remember about the third hand was wondering if there would be a forth.
Turns out it was all for nought. The tourney only had three tickets, and I finished 4th