Really Good Poker Hand

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago Funny

Or a really bad poker hand, if you"re the guy trying to beat him.
There are 52 comments:
Female 24
oh shet thats really sad tsk tsk
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Male 260
I understood NONE of that.
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Male 249
i wish i knew anything about poker
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Male 382
well...kind of not, dude, you may have taken that a little far. and cliched. plus jessica biel is butters >.>
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Male 3,255
Watching poker is the lamest thing in the world. Playing it is fun, but watching it makes watching golf look like watching two eagles fight to the death with ninja swords in mid air from the wing of a jet fighter with a naked Jessica Biel blocking half of your view.
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Male 26
and that`s why I hate playing poker...
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Male 221
I kinda wish I could understand poker...
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Male 1
Wrong. He`d also be beat by AA.
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Male 721
Glasses on poker is to stop people who can pick up the slightest signs from people from working out what you have.

he had 99.645737% chance of a win from the flop.
The only hand that could beat him was the A, 10. the chances of someone having that is slim, especially with 1 other player in the hand

any poker player would of played exactly like that, no one is going to fold to that.

(coding a poker bot at the moment and know poker very well)

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Male 41
why is this in IAB? there are tons of movies of these kind of "bad beats" on youtube or whatever. this one isn`t an exception.
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Female 2,672
thts sux, he had a full house 10 & A on the first hand, and he loses
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Male 2,855
poker players who use dark glasses are lame, that should be banned
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Male 603
I`m no poker expert, but I`ve watched enough to believe that many (if not most) people would`ve been knocked out with that Full House [10, 10, 10, A, A]. I mean, you`re just not gonna lose with that 99.9% of the time. That`s why the commentators called it a "disaster" from the start, before anybody even bet.
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Male 275
playing without thinking = gambling .. I think other played would have gave more thinking
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Male 11,740
Wow that sucks. He had a great hand, just not great enough. He did the right thing, he just got screwed with bad luck. There was only one hand that would have beaten him with the cards on the table and the other guy had it.
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Male 208
"Those are paris hilton numbers"

lmao

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Male 4,290
s0rd3dvisi1on: Bollocks. With a full house on the flop, you would have folded? You would have made the wrong decision then.

It`s easy to say "I would have folded" when you can see the other guy`s hand, but Hudson played it correctly. There were only a few hands the other guy could have had that would have beaten his pocket 10s.

Hudson made the right decision, and it was just plain bad luck. If he had folded in that position, 99 times out of 100 it would have been the wrong decision.


Boredered: It doesn`t matter, a full house beats a flush anyway.

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Male 639
Lol, unlucky for the looser. He made the right decision though, even though it didn`t pay off this time he had to call.
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Male 2,388
fing ey full house on first deal is intense. Although if i had been Hudson and he kept raising with the two aces right infront of me i would have folded.
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Male 8,302
I don`t really understand the game, when does he call "Snap!"?
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Male 78
Interesting enough, but not particularly amazing. Can`t blame either player for their moves, they each made the right call for the information that they had. That`s why its called gambling.
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Male 2,506
isnt that a flush?
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Male 1,557
What the hell is this? Bo-ring!
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Male 10
I play alot of Poker and have suffered some very bad beats and given bad beats.

But to be honest what did the player with TT think sammy had?...

I would have put Farhah on AK or AQ.. when the turn was a Queen - TT was most likely beat.

Sammy would have checked the Turn hoping for a bet and then made a value bet on the River..

Player with TT could have had a few chips left even after a River call.


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Male 4,004
and before you start attacking me Lando, I was just adding on, not correcting. =P
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Male 650
meh, I`ve seen a royal flush for real b4
We all freaked out
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Male 86
Full house is not the best hand you can get. A Straight Flush beats a Full House, and so does 4 of a Kind.

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Male 4,004
"A full house beats almost anything. It is very rare. "

A full house doesn`t beat a straight flush, 4OAK, Royal Flush, or a better full house (2 kings and 3 aces is the best you can ask for for FH)

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Male 4,004
Full house VS 3OAK? big whoop... These dudes always get amazing hands... I have seen 2 straight flushes and a Royal Flush in the very few times I have watched poker on TV... I, however have played hours of Texas hold` Em, and have very rarely gotten a flush, full house, or straight....VERY RARELY. Skill`s got nothing to do with your hand if the cards are stacked. It`s about how you play the hand dealt, whether or not it`s good, proper bluffing and such.

I really think TV poker is fixed...

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Male 907
"A full house beats almost anything. It is very rare. "

No. A full house doesn`t beat a royal flush. =].

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Male 1,788
Well that sucks.
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Male 346
for those who dont understand...

they both had full houses which is either THE best or close to the best hand in the game. The guy who lost bet all of his chips on something he thought was a sure thing. He then was flabbergasted when he lost

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Female 662
I`ve never played poker, nor did I have any idea you could watch it on TV.
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Female 15,763
*doesn`t understand Poker*

Oh.. yeah... >_>;

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Female 4,197
wow, lucky bastard

i <3 texas holdem

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Male 556
Damn, I would`ve shaken his hand.
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Male 199
DVL, maybe some people enjoy watching nascar/poker/golf/pool.

I really enjoy watching televised poker myself, and I know of about 500,000 people who do also.

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Male 712
Watching poker is a bit like watching a submarine race above water.
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Female 83
If you ask me roxidied he was incredibly calm about losing 10,000 dollars in under 120 seconds.
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Female 322
That`s just mind-bogglingly awesome.
And that guy in the cap didn`t have to get that moody!
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Male 612
Why do they feel the need to televise this? Please keep it OFF OF TV, and Nascar, god damn whoever watches nascar/poker/golf/pool/ any other non-sport should eat each other
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Male 163
GrnFantasic, they both had full houses, one just had a more awesome full house.

Also, wow

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Male 50
GrnFantastic.. you dont know poker much do you.. they both had full house just one had more aces than the other..

Other than that.. sucks for that guy..

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Male 4,547
Grn:
Loser had: Two aces(on table) and three tens(1 on table).
Winner had: Three aces(2 on table) and two tens (one on table).

Both had full houses.

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Female 346
I would never waste that much money on something like that. I`d waste it on a vacation and a ton of booze.
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Male 4,547
A full house beats almost anything. It is very rare.
They both had full houses.
One guy won because he had a slightly better full house.

Odds of a full house are 0.14%, or 14 in 10`000 games.

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Male 10,440
bahaha! wow. That doesn`t happen often...
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Male 602
Basically the guy with the two tens, thought he had a three of a kind, but the other guy had a full house, which beats a three of a kind. And the guy who lost, lost on the very first round of the tourney.
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Male 2,510
i dont play poker, therefore i have no idea what just happened or why it was interesting.
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Male 103
i dont get it?
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Male 392
Same scenario has unfortunately happened to me on multiple occasions... -_-
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Male 19,840
Link: Really Good Poker Hand [Rate Link] - Or a really bad poker hand, if you`re the guy trying to beat him.
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