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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)
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.
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.
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)
I really think TV poker is fixed...
No. A full house doesn`t beat a royal flush. =].
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
Oh.. yeah... >_>;
i <3 texas holdem
I really enjoy watching televised poker myself, and I know of about 500,000 people who do also.
Other than that.. sucks for that guy..
Both had full houses.
Odds of a full house are 0.14%, or 14 in 10`000 games.