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Handnr: 883837
Submitted by : Bigbobm

Full Tilt Poker Game #27162371900: Table Swiftly Tilting (6 max) - $1/$2 - No Limit Hold'em - 17:55:25 ET - 2011/01/10
Seat 1: Mirigos ($450.30)
Seat 2: bigbobm11 ($266.20)
Seat 3: skcutz ($160.95)
Seat 4: MWKT ($655.45)
Seat 5: chinoxl0099 ($282.30)
Seat 6: hallaisen ($692.50)
bigbobm11 posts the small blind of $1
skcutz posts the big blind of $2
The button is in seat #1

Dealt to bigbobm11KcAs
MWKT folds
chinoxl0099 folds
hallaisen raises to $6
Mirigos folds
bigbobm11 raises to $22
skcutz folds
hallaisen calls $16

Flop(Odds) (Pot : $46.00)

bigbobm11 bets $22
hallaisen has 15 seconds left to act
hallaisen raises to $56
bigbobm11 calls $34

Turn(Odds) (Pot : $158.00)

bigbobm11 checks
hallaisen checks

River (Pot : $158.00)

bigbobm11 checks
hallaisen has 15 seconds left to act
hallaisen bets $614.50, and is all in
bigbobm11 calls $188.20, and is all in
Uncalled bet of $426.30 returned to hallaisen

hallaisen showsAhQh a pair of Aces
bigbobm11 showsKcAs a pair of Aces
bigbobm11 wins the pot ($531.40) with a pair of Aces

Total pot $534.40 | Rake $3
Seat 1: Mirigos (button) didn't bet (folded)
Seat 2: bigbobm11 (small blind) showedKcAs and won ($531.40) with a pair of Aces
Seat 3: skcutz (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 4: MWKT didn't bet (folded)
Seat 5: chinoxl0099 didn't bet (folded)
Seat 6: hallaisen showedAhQh and lost with a pair of Aces

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OpWestAcct   United States. Jan 10 2011 17:58. Posts 640

Wow. Beautiful river check - Because I'm certain when checked to he is actually shoving there for value.

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TalentedTom    Canada. Jan 11 2011 00:15. Posts 20070

;-0 i usually just shove the flop, your hand looks soooo strong hwen you flat no1 ever 2 barrels here

whereas you can theoretically be bluffshoving the flop with handslike 78s, 75s, 67s etc..

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