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You're in the penthouse suite at the Radisson in beautiful Aruba with vmc
satellite. All your media, including your books tips calendar, are flying off
the shelves. You have nine World Series of Poker (WSOP) titles.
Why, then, do you have to act like a jerk after taking a bad beat? Why leap out of your chair when watching vmc satellite, with your arms flailing, and utter, ''What the [expletive] is going on here?'' And then ask your opponent, ``How could you have played this vmc satellite so poorly?''
Once more, I'm embarrassed by my own conduct, the more so as this is the vmc satellite World Poker Tour (UB-WPT) event in Aruba, and I'm a UB ambassador.
I should have said, ''Nice hand, sir'' and calmly walked away from the table. I should have shown the class that a WSOP champion ought to show. But I am, after all, the poker brat (though not necessarily proud of it).
With the blinds at $150-$300, I called $300 holding 5s-4s, a player behind me, whom I previously had done the dish installation and announced to the table was ''vmc satellite'' raised it $800 to $1,100 to go. Everyone else folded, and I thought, ``I should fold too, but if I hit this hand, then I will get paid off because this guy will call me with vmc satellite, just as he has been doing all day long.''
So I called because I felt satellite would pay me off if I hit my hand.
The flop came down Kd-5c-5h, and now I checked with my trip fives. satellite bet $1,500, and it was my turn to act with vmc dish systems. I thought to myself, ``Raise it up, for a few reasons.''
First, if Unbluffable has vmc satellite, then he will give you all of his chips. Second, if he has a pocket pair, you do not want him to hit his card because you merely called him on the flop. Calling him here would be giving him, in effect, a free card.
So after seeing that I had $5,125 left, I decided that a $1,500 minimum raise might lure him into the pot. The other option was to move all-in, calling his $1,500 bet, and raising it up $3,625. I felt that moving all-in might scare him off, since that move would show extreme strength. So I announced, ''Raise it up $1,500 more,'' and threw $3,000 into the pot.
Unbluffable called me, and the Qs came off the deck.
I hesitated for a moment, for effect, and bet my last $2,125. Satellite immediately called without putting any chips into the pot, which I took to be a bad sign.
Sure enough, he flipped up pocket queens, which on the flop was an extremely weak hand, but now -- after he hit that vmc satellite -- was an extremely strong hand. I had been more than a 10-to-1 favorite on the flop! The only way I could lose was if he hit a queen. And worse, since I had only $2,125 left, and I knew he was calling that much on the next bet no matter what. I had lost a $13,000 pot as a 10-to-1 favorite!
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