Here's a fun little hand that I played near the mid stages of today's 24k.
Villain had been playing like a cracked out 7 year old willing to call huge raises with the 2nd or 3rd best hand and sucking out. I was looking for the perfect situation to stack him when this came up. Keep in mind, up until this point I have played about 4 or 5 hands and shown down once.
Full Tilt Poker Game #5804223762: $24,000 Guarantee (43479335), Table 43 - 80/160 - No Limit Hold'em - 15:22:05 ET - 2008/03/27
Seat 4: LUCKY-LOCKIE (5,610)
Seat 5: iam23skidoo (4,545)
LUCKY-LOCKIE posts the small blind of 80
iam23skidoo posts the big blind of 160
The button is in seat #3
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to iam23skidoo [2s 7c]
LUCKY-LOCKIE calls 80
iam23skidoo checks @Warning: For advanced players only, limping the hammer in the BB it the ultimate in strength! It worked in the MATH for me on Monday :)
*** FLOP *** [Js 7s 3c] I know he will call any pair or draw, so I might as well... iam23skidoo bets 160
LUCKY-LOCKIE calls 160
*** TURN *** [Js 7s 3c] [9h] Another card I shouldn't be afraid of. This guy must have spades.
iam23skidoo bets 480
LUCKY-LOCKIE calls 480 Uh oh, who's getting played here now???
*** RIVER *** [Js 7s 3c 9h] [2h] BINGO!!!!
iam23skidoo bets 1,600
LUCKY-LOCKIE calls 1,600
*** SHOW DOWN ***
iam23skidoo shows [2s 7c] two pair, Sevens and Twos
iam23skidoo wins the pot (4,800) with two pair, Sevens and Twos
Seat 4: LUCKY-LOCKIE (small blind) mucked [9c As] - a pair of Nines Awesome, second pair top kicker is goot!!!
Unfortunately I went out about 50 before the bubble after getting Kings cracked by A6 sooooted. (not my friend lockie)