On a side note do they run satties for NSOP on Fridays or are there set days?

They do single tables satty’s every day of the week based on getting 10 people signed up. As the tournament gets closer they will run non-stop the 2 weekends before if it’s anything like the Fallsview classic.

dropped to 1-3 after losing 2000 at 2-5. Both hands were gross. Guy slow played pocket aces when I had AQ on an AQ6 flop. Busto. Then another full buy in when pocket kings lost to 4h8h ..... I bet every street and all he had was an 8 high flush draw which he called off 100 big blinds on the turn and hit his flush on the river.

pretty gross. Made a few hundred at 1-3 but was a sour run of cards.

Nicole and I are playing at Niagara 1/3. Utg raises to $15, mid position calls, I'm on the button with KK. I raise to $50, original raise folds, mid shoves for $200, I snap call.
Flop is K-7-2, turn is a 6, river is another 6 and I lost the hand !

Rookie move... never get it in with top set versus an underpair...

It gives players like myself added incentive to hit this kind of disgusting back door runner runner type BS on you... which was basically a lock when you consider the implied "drawing vs dj" odds. Sorry about that.

I think it might be less than that. We can leave it to @dataman but for it come exactly 6 6. Unless your [MENTION=11540]Bfillmaff[/MENTION].

Those are the type of odds i get when i sign up for Mooses NCAA basketball pool.

The actual odds can be easily calculated. After the flop there are 47 cards remaining, 2 of which are 6's. The odds of the turn being a 6 therefore are 2/47 or 4.2553%. After the turn 6 hits, the odds of the case 6 hitting the river are 1/46 (1 six left in the deck with 46 cards unaccounted for) or 2.1739%. To determine the odds of the runner runner 6's hitting you multiply the two percentages (4.2553% X 2.1739%), which comes out to 0.0925%. In other words, after the flop djgolfcan's odds of winning the hand were 99.75%. To put it another way, if you ran that scenario multiple times, dj would win 400 out of every 401 times.

I'm sorry to say, but there is some bad math above.

First off, 0.0925% + 99.75% does not add up to 100%

Secondly, you forgot the fact that to do the calculation then we know 2 6s are in opps hand,

so it actually becomes 2/45 * 1/44 = 1 in 990 = 0.1010101%

So, DJ actually had a 99.899% chance to win the hand.

(If for some reason you don't believe me, go to the odds calculator on Card Player and run it with pocket Kings vs pocket 6s on a K-7-2 board - it will come out as 99.9% vs 0.1% since it is rounded to 1 decimal place).

F**k, DJ sure is unlucky.... I will be afraid to sit beside him at future events in case it rubs off.. Nicole, are you sure you want to keep such an unlucky bas**rd around?

F**k, DJ sure is unlucky.... I will be afraid to sit beside him at future events in case it rubs off.. Nicole, are you sure you want to keep such an unlucky bas**rd around?

His unluck was my luck on a hand where I took his stack

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Light beer for you.

Getting killed

1 hour in and getting killed isn't fun.

On a side note do they run satties for NSOP on Fridays or are there set days?

They do single tables satty’s every day of the week based on getting 10 people signed up. As the tournament gets closer they will run non-stop the 2 weekends before if it’s anything like the Fallsview classic.

dropped to 1-3 after losing 2000 at 2-5. Both hands were gross. Guy slow played pocket aces when I had AQ on an AQ6 flop. Busto. Then another full buy in when pocket kings lost to 4h8h ..... I bet every street and all he had was an 8 high flush draw which he called off 100 big blinds on the turn and hit his flush on the river.

pretty gross. Made a few hundred at 1-3 but was a sour run of cards.

Too lazy to start a new thread.

No rake game at my place instead.

Hell, I'll throw in a bad beat jackpot too. One free beer to the winner.

Flop is K-7-2, turn is a 6, river is another 6 and I lost the hand !

Glad he didn't...

It gives players like myself added incentive to hit this kind of disgusting back door runner runner type BS on you... which was basically a lock when you consider the implied "drawing vs dj" odds. Sorry about that.

I think it might be less than that. We can leave it to @dataman but for it come exactly 6 6. Unless your [MENTION=11540]Bfillmaff[/MENTION].

Those are the type of odds i get when i sign up for Mooses NCAA basketball pool.

The actual odds can be easily calculated. After the flop there are 47 cards remaining, 2 of which are 6's. The odds of the turn being a 6 therefore are 2/47 or 4.2553%. After the turn 6 hits, the odds of the case 6 hitting the river are 1/46 (1 six left in the deck with 46 cards unaccounted for) or 2.1739%. To determine the odds of the runner runner 6's hitting you multiply the two percentages (4.2553% X 2.1739%), which comes out to 0.0925%. In other words, after the flop djgolfcan's odds of winning the hand were 99.75%. To put it another way, if you ran that scenario multiple times, dj would win 400 out of every 401 times.

First off, 0.0925% + 99.75% does not add up to 100%

Secondly, you forgot the fact that to do the calculation then we know 2 6s are in opps hand,

so it actually becomes 2/45 * 1/44 = 1 in 990 = 0.1010101%

So, DJ actually had a 99.899% chance to win the hand.

(If for some reason you don't believe me, go to the odds calculator on Card Player and run it with pocket Kings vs pocket 6s on a K-7-2 board - it will come out as 99.9% vs 0.1% since it is rounded to 1 decimal place).

His unluck was my luck on a hand where I took his stack

Nicole, you are a very good poker player..... you don’t need luck. Your other half is another story.

you keep winning to fund his “unlucky” losing play.

You need to try a different teaching method.

LOL I fund nothing. I loan, that’s it. And always get paid back

He was wearing the yellow shirt, wasn't he? Forget math. It all makes sense now