May 19 2008

Bad Beat to Follow

Published by at 7:32 am under Poker

So I hadn’t played hardly any poker in like a month and a half, but I’ve been trying to get back into it. In my absence, Full Tilt started these “Happy Hour” tables, but hadn’t heard about them. I sat at a micro stakes PLO game and was fortunate to be involved in the following hand.

Full Tilt Poker Game #6443020011: Table Sandhill – $0.10/$0.25 – Pot Limit Omaha Hi – 19:28:19 ET – 2008/05/16
Seat 3: DTLMAN ($10)
Seat 5: Meukow1 ($19.75)
Seat 6: Gaddan ($23.55)
Seat 9: MacAnthony ($24.75)
MacAnthony posts the small blind of $0.10
DTLMAN posts the big blind of $0.25
The button is in seat #6
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to MacAnthony [K♣ 9♥ 3♥ A♣]
Meukow1 calls $0.25
Gaddan has 15 seconds left to act
Gaddan calls $0.25
MacAnthony calls $0.15
DTLMAN checks
*** FLOP *** [8♣ 7♠ 4♣]
MacAnthony checks
DTLMAN checks
Meukow1 checks
Gaddan bets $1
MacAnthony calls $1
DTLMAN folds
Meukow1 has 15 seconds left to act
DTLMAN stands up
Meukow1 folds
*** TURN *** [8♣ 7♠ 4♣] [5♣]
MacAnthony has 15 seconds left to act
MacAnthony bets $2
Gaddan calls $2
*** RIVER *** [8♣ 7♠ 4♣ 5♣] [6♣]
MacAnthony bets $3
Gaddan has 15 seconds left to act
Gaddan raises to $9.50
MacAnthony calls $6.50
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Gaddan shows [3♣ 9♦ Q♠ 7♣] a straight flush, Seven high
MacAnthony mucks
Gaddan wins the pot ($24.70) with a straight flush, Seven high
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $26 | Rake $1.30
Board: [8♣ 7♠ 4♣ 5♣ 6♣]
Seat 3: DTLMAN (big blind) folded on the Flop
Seat 5: Meukow1 folded on the Flop
Seat 6: Gaddan (button) showed [3♣ 9♦ Q♠ 7♣] and won ($24.70) with a straight flush, Seven high
Seat 9: MacAnthony (small blind) mucked [K♣ 9♥ 3♥ A♣] – a flush, Ace high

I don’t know what I was expecting, I mean I was only a 97.5% favorite to win on the turn. So it was pretty close. At least it was at micro stakes.

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2 Responses to “Bad Beat to Follow”

  1. Scotton 23 May 2008 at 2:24 pm

    Someone made a straight flush in Omahaha? I thought that happened every 200 hands or so.

  2. Anthonyon 23 May 2008 at 4:14 pm

    That’s only when I make them. Others aren’t supposed to make them against me.

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