November 13, 2012

Vegas Part 2. Before I totally forget what happened.

Filed under: PolenPoker, PolenBabble — Twin C @ 1:07 pm

I woke up at 7 am Vegas time, not having gotten enough sleep but not going to be able to sleep any further. I figured, well, why not go back down to the tables? I headed down to the poker room, and surprisingly there were two tables going and I got a seat within 15 minutes. I fared a little better, and at one point managed to win a $100 bonus by catching quads.

Twin A got up and I managed to get a rental car - $100 for the day (there goes that bonus!), which is double what Twin D and I would have paid for a two day rental. Oh well. I drove out to pick up Twin A and we went to brunch at the Wynn, which once again was amazingly delicious. Even Twin A was impressed. Only, for some reason, the coffee was a little gross. I was also introduced to the joys of valet parking, which is apparently free everywhere in Las Vegas (I had no idea). I managed to lose my ticket though, which required a little explaining and a little extra paperwork, but it all worked out.

We then headed over to the Pinball Hall of Fame for a little while, which was magnificent as always - Twin A and I squared off at Twilight Zone and each won a game against each other, and I also discovered that I was strangely good at ACDC pinball.

We then drove to the airport to pick up Kissyfur, who was flying in for the week. I dropped them back at Twin A’s hotel, the Trump International, so they could have some smoochy time, and I went back to the Rio for some more poker. On the way, I didn’t understand what my GPS was telling me so I got a little lost, but in the process I found the Spearmint Rhino. (No, I did not go in.)

I went back to the poker tables and again, fared a little better - no giant hands but I wasn’t losing either.

I picked A and Kissyfur back up around 7 and we headed out for dinner. We went to Estiatorio Milos in the Cosmopolitan - Twin A was treating for my birthday, and since he was making extra money for being out in Las Vegas - the meal was exquisite. I had some fresh fish flown in that day from Greece, and all their appetizers were ridiculously good, and dessert was also outstanding. It was quite a feast.

After dinner we wandered around the strip some, and watched the Bellagio fountains, and then I went up with A and Kissyfur to see A’s pad - not terrible, but there was a train track nearby, and the trains liked to blow their horns a lot. . .

I headed back to the Rio for one last poker binge, and again, I did okay. No major hands of note, and I won some more. I ended up winning around $200, and had covered my expenses in the meantime as well.

I’m going to head back in the spring if I can. There is a Facebook game that will actually give you comp Vegas hotel rooms for playing it. You have to play it a LOT, but hey, free is free. I could combine two nights through them and two nights through my Total Rewards account, and have four days out there, which would be awesome.

Twin A or Kissyfur, if you happen to read this and want to comment on anything I might have missed/forgotten, feel free. . . it’s all a little hazy now at this point.

October 7, 2012

So Here’s What Happened (And Didn’t) In Las Vegas - Part 1

Filed under: PolenPoker, PolenBabble — Twin C @ 4:48 pm

Here’s a quick trip report about the September Vegas trip. It might be a little out of order at this point:

I made my flight on Sunday morning, no problems, and managed to score an exit row for free. (Now I can’t decide if I like the extra leg space more than the ability to recline my seat. I think I might like the row right behind the exit row the best, because then I can recline my seat but they can’t recline theirs.) Before we took off, Twin D texted me, saying that he had missed his flight - he had left his home a little later than he had meant to but still should have had plenty of time to reach the airport (White Plains), but someone decided it would be a good idea to put the running section of a triathlon on the road between the highway and the airport, so D was stuck for a half hour a mile away from the airport, and got into the airport ten minutes before he was supposed to take off. The airline rep told him to take the next flight out (to Chicago), and he would be first on the standby list on the flight to Vegas. He was a little upset (understandably), but I encouraged him to take the flight out there and he’d just get to Vegas later and everything would be fine. Then I took off on my direct flight. The movie selection sucked and my TV wasn’t working correctly, so I decided to try the in flight wifi, thinking that I could watch some Netflix on my phone. However, after spending the $10, it became very apparent that it was not working properly, and when I went to the website and read the fine print, it said that video streaming would not work. They should make that a lot clearer on the screen before you are ready to purchase. I complained to a customer service rep on their chat and they gave me a free session for the trip back, which didn’t address the issue, but whatever. I was able to email with D, who had made it to Chicago but apparently the airline rep had been smoking crack, because the Vegas flight was oversold. He was going to sit tight and see what was going on.

We had rented a car, but it was in his name, so I took a taxi out to our hotel, the Rio. It was off the strip, but it was the only property besides the Imperial Palace where I could get a comp, and I’ve heard the Palace is a rat trap so I had no desire to stay there. The Rio had also offered me a very cheap upgrade ($10 a night) for a high floor Strip view room, which I decided to take. Check in took forever - even at an off-Strip property, it was jammed. I got my room, which turned out to be all the way at the end of a very long hallway. Next time, screw the Strip view, get me something that doesn’t take me five minutes to get to the elevator! But the suite rooms at the Rio are huge, and generally nice. They had Keurig coffee makers, which I thought was awesome, and the worst shower heads in the universe, which was terrible. I want a shower, not a sand blaster.

Twin D let me know that not only was the flight he was supposed to be on standby for was impossible to get on, but so was any other flight to Vegas, but even worse, so was any flight going back to the New York City area. He was essentially trapped in Chicago overnight, thanks to the total incompetence of the airline employee in White Plains. I was totally bummed that he wasn’t going to be able to make it. . . I mean, I guess he could have flown in the next morning, but then he would really have only been in Vegas for 24 hours. . . probably not worth it (unless you are a degenerate like me).

Twin A was still working and wasn’t going to be available for an unknown period of time (likely hours), so I sat down at a poker table. The cards were not going my way. I played for a while and could barely win a hand, and any time I was involved with a pot I was missing completely, or getting called when I was bluffing, or someone would stay in and draw out on me. The worst was when someone called my sizable reraise with A4 suited versus my AK, and flopped a straight, of course calling my all in bet. I managed not to steam too much, rebought, and stayed afloat but not coming back.

Twin A called, finally, but I was exhausted and not hungry, so we agreed to meet the next morning for brunch. I was going to have to rent a car in the meantime, since I was now carless since there was no Twin D. . .

April 2, 2012

The briefest of Las Vegas trip reports

Filed under: PolenPoker, PolenBabble — Twin C @ 12:31 pm

Saturday - arrive in Vegas with a monster headache. Do some work stuff. Take a lot of pain relievers that don’t do much good. Eventually give up and go to the MGM Grand to play poker, as there are supposed to be a ton of fish there. Apparently I am meant to be the fish food that night. I was probably not playing great, but I have never had a night where every time I had a good pocket pair, some one else has a better one. Dropped $400 at one point but managed to come back a little. I leave down $250 or so. The only redeeming part of the night - when my taxi driver asks me if I want to be brought to a massage parlor.

Sunday through Tuesday - lots and lots of work stuff. The meeting goes pretty well. My one presentation - “Welcome to Las Vegas” is a hit. Here’s why:


(Don’t ask me how hard it was to find an Elvis wig in Las Vegas.)

I also do some karaoke one night at our gala dinner, and everyone is impressed. :) There were caricature artists, and I got a caricature done. I will scan it later this week. I squeaked in a little gaming one night at the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino (formerly the Hilton), I break even or leave up a drop.

Wednesday: After getting my rear end handed to me at assorted games at the Wynn, I play poker at the Wynn and then when my table breaks, I walk to Planet Hollywood to play there. My evening goes much better - I get offered cocaine, a prostitute solicits me, and I win back most of what I’m down. I leave the casino at 8 am when the table breaks, and go back to my hotel, where my colleagues are having breakfast. They are astounded, amused, and a little impressed that I pulled the all-nighter.

Thursday: I sleep from 10 am - 3 pm or so, then head to the Pinball Hall of Fame for a few hours, then over to Firefly to meet up with a bunch of old high school friends - one lives in Vegas, one was in for a convention, and two came for the weekend. Dinner was fantastic and it was great to catch up with everyone. We head to the Aria to try and find a poker table but the wait line is ridiculously long. (I love how much Omaha they are offering over there though!). They give up and go home (they’re playing golf at 6 am the next morning), and I head back to Planet Hollywood, where I continue my winning streak and finally leave around 2 am, up $100 for the week. Victory!

Friday: I am really really tired. Flight home is uneventful.

We are hopefully back to Las Vegas in September when PSB has a radio conference. Twin A will already be out there on a big job. Twin D and family may come along too. Stay tuned. . .

June 14, 2010

What, no bluff on the river???

Filed under: PolenPoker, HA! — Twin C @ 1:48 am

It’s hard to be unhappy when someone is betting into your flopped quads.

Full Tilt Poker Game #21602045605: Table Tofu - $0.25/$0.50 - No Limit Hold’em - 1:11:20 ET - 2010/06/14
Seat 1: ZManChoo ($29.35)
Seat 2: jmk2426 ($50)
Seat 3: LoveChips1 ($69.50)
Seat 4: tiaolong66 ($26.75)
Seat 5: mi1n9uh60s ($45.40), is sitting out
Seat 6: outburrst ($50)
Seat 7: DoctorSuckout ($68.70)
Seat 8: URA Donkeyhoe ($20.35)
Seat 9: callu364 ($34.15)
tiaolong66 posts the small blind of $0.25
outburrst posts the big blind of $0.50
jmk2426 posts $0.50
The button is in seat #3
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to DoctorSuckout [Qs Qd]
DoctorSuckout raises to $2
URA Donkeyhoe folds
callu364 calls $2
ZManChoo folds
jmk2426 calls $1.50
LoveChips1 folds
tiaolong66 folds
outburrst folds
outburrst adds $0.50
*** FLOP *** [Qc Qh Th]
DoctorSuckout checks
callu364 has 15 seconds left to act
callu364 bets $2
jmk2426 raises to $4
DoctorSuckout calls $4
callu364 folds
*** TURN *** [Qc Qh Th] [4h]
DoctorSuckout checks
jmk2426 bets $16.75
DoctorSuckout calls $16.75
*** RIVER *** [Qc Qh Th 4h] [4s]
DoctorSuckout checks
jmk2426 has 15 seconds left to act
jmk2426 checks
*** SHOW DOWN ***
jmk2426 shows [8s Ac] two pair, Queens and Fours
DoctorSuckout shows [Qs Qd] four of a kind, Queens
DoctorSuckout wins the pot ($47.75) with four of a kind, Queens
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $50.25 | Rake $2.50
Board: [Qc Qh Th 4h 4s]
Seat 1: ZManChoo didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 2: jmk2426 showed [8s Ac] and lost with two pair, Queens and Fours
Seat 3: LoveChips1 (button) didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 4: tiaolong66 (small blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 5: mi1n9uh60s is sitting out
Seat 6: outburrst (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 7: DoctorSuckout showed [Qs Qd] and won ($47.75) with four of a kind, Queens
Seat 8: URA Donkeyhoe didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 9: callu364 folded on the Flop

February 3, 2010

Awesome starting hand plus incredible flop plus no action equals I hate everything.

Filed under: PolenPoker, Kvetch! Kvetch! Kvetch! — Twin C @ 3:04 am

Full Tilt Poker Game #18139673692: Table Mercury - $0.25/$0.50 - No Limit Hold’em - 1:57:55 ET - 2010/02/03
Seat 1: B34N ($78.10)
Seat 2: KiffCroker ($68.90)
Seat 3: DoctorSuckout ($76.85)
Seat 4: kvazavr ($49.35)
Seat 5: JFizzer22 ($102.30)
Seat 6: Bigquigg18 ($160)
Seat 7: KGC05 ($60.15)
Seat 8: TigerFletch ($23.90)
Seat 9: speedster12487 ($65.45)
speedster12487 posts the small blind of $0.25
B34N posts the big blind of $0.50
The button is in seat #8
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to DoctorSuckout [Ad Ah]
KiffCroker folds
DoctorSuckout raises to $1.50
kvazavr folds
JFizzer22 folds
Bigquigg18 folds
KGC05 folds
TigerFletch folds
speedster12487 folds
B34N calls $1
*** FLOP *** [As Js Ac]
B34N checks
DoctorSuckout checks
*** TURN *** [As Js Ac] [5d]
B34N checks
DoctorSuckout checks
*** RIVER *** [As Js Ac 5d] [Kc]
B34N checks
DoctorSuckout bets $75.35, and is all in
B34N folds
Uncalled bet of $75.35 returned to DoctorSuckout
DoctorSuckout mucks
DoctorSuckout wins the pot ($3.10)
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $3.25 | Rake $0.15
Board: [As Js Ac 5d Kc]
Seat 1: B34N (big blind) folded on the River
Seat 2: KiffCroker didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 3: DoctorSuckout collected ($3.10), mucked
Seat 4: kvazavr didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 5: JFizzer22 didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 6: Bigquigg18 didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 7: KGC05 didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 8: TigerFletch (button) didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 9: speedster12487 (small blind) folded before the Flop

January 22, 2010

Poker and Blogging Go Great Together, Kinda Like a Reece’s

Filed under: PolenPoker — Twin C @ 12:08 am

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November 29, 2009

The Vegas Debrief - Part 3 (Abridged)

Filed under: PolenPoker, Globetrotting Elititude, PolenBabble — Twin C @ 10:43 am

Well, I really want to write this, but we still have unpacking to do (the move is like ten blog posts by itself), and it’s really starting to be faint, so I’m going to summarize as best as I can. Jon, please chime in in the comments.

As Jon and I were leaving the Monte Carlo, I hear from Gary, a friend of mine from that job I did a few years ago that never went anywhere. He got us tickets to a comedy hypnosis show for later that night. Somehow, I had booked a New York evening in Las Vegas - three happenings in three locations on the strip, all sort of closely timed. There would be some hustling. . .

Jon and I headed over to the Gambler’s General Store - a quick drive - which was just amazing. Filled with a zillion decks of cards and a zillion poker books and bingo supplies and beautiful old slot machines and giant hold ‘em tables and dice and trinkets. . . Jon looked for some new decks of cards, and I just wandered around grinning at everything. They gave us some swag for free as we left, including a card cover which I’m still carrying around with me.

After a quick pit stop for food (more sandwiches, which unfortunately took a lot longer to make than they should have) we hit the Pinball Hall of Fame. If the General Store had me grinning, the Hall of Fame had me bouncing off the walls. Every single machine I ever loved to play was there. I could have spent hours there just playing Twilight Zone alone. But I had to make it to one friend’s little show before the hypnosis show, so my time there was super short. The only thing I played was this, the trippiest pinball machine I’ve ever seen.

Jon drove me to my next stop, Margaritaville, where my old friend Scott, who I probably hadn’t seen in twenty years, was in the show - dancing on stilts, and flirting with the Buffet Virgin, who takes a slide down the volcano into, what else, a giant margarita. Scott was great on the stilts and everyone really liked his character. It was great to see him, even if just for a few minutes. Scott has an awesome four page spread in Magic magazine - I picked up a copy on the way over to meet Gary.

Gary was splashing around at a poker table - just like old times! His lovely wife Nikki was home with their kid, so it was boys night out - we decided that he’d come back with me after the show and play at the Monte Carlo and teach me a thing or two. (Also just like old times!) As Gary and Nikki knew one of the comedian/hypnotizers, we got comp tickets to the show, the Naughty Boys Comedy Hypnosis show. We got drinks, got warmed up by the opening act, a funny sardonic magician named Josh, and then, the hypnosis. Gary tried to get me to go up there, but being really tired and not wanting to be fucked with, I politely declined. Gary’s subterfuge backfired, as he got brought up on stage instead, but he was soon released as it was obvious he wasn’t going to go under. Out of ten people, eight went into a trance, as well as a few people from the audience as well. The show was very funny and very raunchy.

We headed back to the Monte Carlo, where eventually I was to meet one more friend, Jeff, who was working a concert that night (he is a fantastic lighting designer/technical advisor). Gary and I sat down at a poker table together, where he proceeded to get tanked and completely RULE the table - brilliantly reading people, getting under people’s skin just enough (although at one point maybe too much, as the dealer asked him to tone it back a little), and running like a god. I stayed out of his way, and waited until I could nail the drunk redneck at the table who had been razzing me for being from New York (lucky he didn’t find out I was Jewish and a metrosexual!), which I eventually did - catching a set and check raising him, then pushing when his flush draw didn’t hit on the turn. Jeff showed up super late, so we bullshitted for a little while while playing “50 draw video poker” which I found pretty fun. He had to head back to the venue at 2:00 am, I went back and splashed around a little more until the table broke when the redneck started throwing slurs around. Gary was up at least $300, and I was up maybe $20 or so, but I still hadn’t had a losing session, which to me was pretty amazing.

Sunday: My flight was at 2:00 pm, so we figured I should leave around 12:45 from the hotel, giving me time for one more session. The only hand of note, and perhaps the hand I played the worse, was when I called someone’s preflop reraise, flop bet, and turn all in with pocket jacks, because I just couldn’t be sure I wasn’t ahead. It turned out he had the other pair of jacks, so we split the pot. I left up another $30 or so, never having had a losing session. Some good play, but mostly sheer luck.

There was NO ONE at the airport - it was really weird - I breezed through the ticket line and security. I could have played for another half hour at least. :)

We’re hoping to go back to Las Vegas for my 40th birthday - a scant year and a half away. . . PSB will go to Burning Man and I will watch the rugrat, then we’ll all meet in Vegas, hopefully with my parents and a brother or two and any other friends who might want to make it, and PSB will keep the kid while I drown myself in debauchery. . . until then, Sin City.

November 16, 2009

The Vegas Debrief - Part 2

Filed under: PolenPoker, PolenBabble — Twin C @ 5:10 pm

Memories. . . fading. . . quickly. . .

Saturday - I woke up at 10 am. . . New York time. 7:00 am in Sin City. I tried my best to fall back asleep but had no luck, so I took a shower and headed downstairs to the poker room, where Jon was still at the table, having never gone to bed. They had managed to raise the table stakes to 2/5 no limit hold em, which I had never played before, but I figured, why not, I’ll play with winnings, and sat down with $300, a little short stacked but not terrible.

I ran pretty cold for a while, then got bluffed out of a medium sized pot when a flush hit the board and someone appeared to be drawing for it. I was out of position and checked, he pushed all in, I crankily folded, and he showed second pair, which I had beat. The very next hand I get pocket kings, and throw out a slightly bigger preflop raise than usual. Someone asked me what was going on, and I said “Obviously I’m tilting.” I get two callers. The flop is 4 8 9 offsuit. I get checked to, put out a half pot bet, get called, and then get raised big by someone who says “I don’t believe you.” I push all in, and get called by both players. I get nervous that someone has a set, until another king comes on the turn - I then feel much better. The river is a rag, and I triple up. (One of the other players had Ace 9, but the other had King 9, bad beating the other player and taking her stack, which later on she gave back to her and then some, getting too tricky with pocket 8s versus pocket Aces.) I went from being understacked to having just enough to actually do some damage, and I stayed out of trouble and played strong when I had the goods. The table broke around 11:00 am, and I was up $250.

James had gotten up, having gotten a good night’s sleep, and the three of us decided to go eat in the coffee shop. We also started to plot out the rest of the day, as Jon needed to go to the Gambler’s General Store, and I wanted to make it over to the Pinball Hall of Fame, and my other Las Vegas friends were texting about possibly meeting up. But first - more poker. The three of us sat down at a 1/2 table and promptly got it raised to 2/5. It wasn’t clear how long it was going to last - some of the guys kept saying they needed to leave, but kept playing anyway. My only hand of note - I raised preflop with AK, got three callers, the flop came K K 9 - blammo! Even better, someone kept betting it for me. I made $150 that hand alone, and by the time the table broke I was up another 250 or so total. James went to a 1/2 table, Jon went up to take a nap, and I splashed around on the slot machines, where I wasn’t hitting a damn thing, so I gave up before I did too much damage to my winnings. I went back and watched James play a little bit, and eventually went up to get Jon up, so that we could begin the Vegas errands. . .

November 13, 2009

The Vegas Debrief - Part 1

Filed under: PolenPoker, Globetrotting Elititude — Twin C @ 1:09 pm

As I am sometimes bad at posting trip reports (unlike the other Polenbergs, who rarely post anything, but that’s another story), I wanted to give a write up of last weekend. In a word: AWESOME!!!!! Jonny Z, I’m going to rely on you to fill in details that I will no doubt be forgetting about. . .

Friday - my flight was at 9:00 am and I figured I should wake up around 6:30 and get a car at 7:00 to make sure I made it in time (I’ve missed a few flights in my day, and it’s never any fun). Unfortunately, I forgot that I was going to be texted at some point in the middle of the night with my hotel room number, and that text came in at 3:30 am at full volume. I managed to wake up and turn off the alerts without waking PSB up, but I never really fell back asleep. Not the best way to start a trip that was already guaranteed to be sleep depriving! I made it to the airport in plenty of time, of course. I wanted to get a coffee or breakfast or something but the line to the coffee place (not a Starbucks, even) was obscenely long. I watched someone play poker on his laptop and waited for my flight to board.

I was on a Virgin America flight, which turned out to be really great. They have the video screen like Jet Blue, but give you more options. The TV wasn’t quite as good, but you could play games, listen to music (including creating a set list from about 200 different albums), or buy movies. I ended up buying Wolverine, which was pretty good. The food selection was a little sparse, but I made due.

We touched down a little late, and I didn’t manage to sleep much, so I wasn’t feeling great. I bought a huge coffee and got on the cab line, which looked huge but actually moved pretty quickly, and got myself over to the Monte Carlo, where Jon Z and his friend James were waiting for me. Lunch had been ordered - sandwiches from Capriotti’s - and although I thought I should have been hungry, having only had a snack on the airplane, I didn’t want to eat my sandwich. So we sat down in the poker room and played my first session of 1/2 no limit hold em. There was only one table going (a few of 2/4 limit, which I’d rather poke my eyes out than play), but the action seemed pretty good. I was pretty out of it and didn’t want to have to make tough decisions, so I played very conservatively, a little tighter than usual. (I checked with Jon about how to play against each other, and was told we were to try not to bump heads whenever possible.) Jon took a hit - he flopped a straight, but the turn paired the board, and he couldn’t get away from an all in from someone who had a full house. I won a bunch of small pots - people were folding when I was bluffing, and calling when I had a good hand - pretty convenient! I finally got up, up a hundred or so?, when I felt like I needed to eat and take a nap.

I went up to the room to eat my sandwich - the Bobbie - turkey, cranberry sauce, and stuffing. When I first opened it I thought there was no way I was going to eat the whole thing, but after one bite I knew it was done for. I DEMOLISHED it. It was incredibly delicious! I then wanted to nap, but I realized that was going to be impossible. In order to stay awake at the table I kept alternating between Pepsi and water, and my heart was racing. So I just watched television and tried to relax. (The rooms at the Monte Carlo were okay, except that their television reception was really crappy for the most part. Tons of snow - weird for cable!) I gave up after a few hours and headed back downstairs.

I sat down for another session and stuck to my pattern of staying pretty tight and not messing around too much, and again, it seemed to work for me. After a few more Pepsis I switched to whiskey and ginger ale to start to try and get sleepy, and eventually it worked. Without playing any massive pots and without messing around too much, I was up another two hundred or so! I went up to bed at midnight, while Jon and James stayed at the table to try and pry more money out of the donkeys and the fish. . .

October 28, 2009

One of the worst beats I’ve ever put on someone. . .

Filed under: PolenPoker, PolenBabble — Twin C @ 11:20 pm

Full Tilt Poker Game #15650748240: Table Precise - $0.25/$0.50 - No Limit Hold’em - 23:10:33 ET - 2009/10/28
Seat 1: AAheatinnmKK ($10.45)
Seat 2: kimah ($50.65)
Seat 3: excelgeo ($10.75)
Seat 4: Vikucik ($8.25)
Seat 5: mickG99 ($50)
Seat 6: Hopsing64 ($36.30)
Seat 7: zoamelgustar ($10.85)
Seat 8: DoctorSuckout ($51)
Seat 9: coprun ($26.70)
coprun posts the small blind of $0.25
AAheatinnmKK posts the big blind of $0.50
The button is in seat #8
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to DoctorSuckout [As Ks]
kimah folds
excelgeo folds
Vikucik folds
mickG99 folds
Hopsing64 folds
zoamelgustar folds
DoctorSuckout raises to $1.50
coprun calls $1.25
AAheatinnmKK calls $1
*** FLOP *** [5c 6d Ah]
coprun checks
AAheatinnmKK bets $4.50
DoctorSuckout raises to $9
coprun folds
AAheatinnmKK has 15 seconds left to act
AAheatinnmKK calls $4.45, and is all in
DoctorSuckout shows [As Ks]
AAheatinnmKK shows [6h 6c]
Uncalled bet of $0.05 returned to DoctorSuckout
*** TURN *** [5c 6d Ah] [Kc]
*** RIVER *** [5c 6d Ah Kc] [Kh]
DoctorSuckout shows a full house, Kings full of Aces
AAheatinnmKK shows a full house, Sixes full of Kings
DoctorSuckout wins the pot ($21.30) with a full house, Kings full of Aces
AAheatinnmKK is sitting out
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $22.40 | Rake $1.10
Board: [5c 6d Ah Kc Kh]
Seat 1: AAheatinnmKK (big blind) showed [6h 6c] and lost with a full house, Sixes full of Kings
Seat 2: kimah didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 3: excelgeo didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 4: Vikucik didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 5: mickG99 didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 6: Hopsing64 didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 7: zoamelgustar didn’t bet (folded)
Seat 8: DoctorSuckout (button) showed [As Ks] and won ($21.30) with a full house, Kings full of Aces
Seat 9: coprun (small blind) folded on the Flop

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