That's the Hitman handI know a guy who’s affectionate for 47. it seems to work well for him.
I won my largest ever pot with that hand, but it's bit me since.My favorite hand is , but that's not really a "strange" hand to play.
I have a poker game with my close friends, we all grew up listening to snoop dogg, Dr Dre in high school and thought we were super cool. Because of that Nine Deuce and Six Four get played a lot in that game.
Nope......."favorite hands" usually just cost you money
I’m with you. Whenever I’m at a table with somebody who starts talking about their favorite stupid hand, I feel better about my situation.
I find that funny because last night I won an all in, lost an all in and chopped two all ins, all with AQ.AQ emotional in that whenever I have it I lose whenever I’m against it I lose. I know that’s not 100% accurate because I know I have won with it so we’ll say 97% accurate.
were one of your guys at the Bellagio this week? Because as I'm reading this thread I had Brad Owen's vlog in the background and there was a guy he named 63 offsuit. hahais often played by players in my group.
It all goes back to an early young agressive player who lost a huge pot with the hand vs a very-badly-played K9o held by a newbie in the group. He played it very aggressively, raising pre-flop and betting big every street while flopping two pair with 6 3 T, and losing to a runner-runner J Q straight to a lucky clueless player.
The next day, he made and emailed everybody a hilarious claymotion video, which started with "I look down to see six three sooooted in spades, so, of course, I raise." Street by street commentary followed, with the video ending with the now classic line, "Fucking donk."
15 years later, it's still funny as hell. Neither plays in the group any longer, but nearly everbody that still does knows the story, hands involved, and key catchphrases from the video.
same here... I play 7-2 like they're aces. Other than that, no "emotional" hands that I play... my Gambol-O-Meter has it's limits.I'll play shit out of 7-2, but we always have a prop bet running on it.
I'm a big fan of suited connecters and even +1 +2 75 suited etc. If I can get in right in a cash game I will see the flop as often as I can.