So here's the rest... CARDSON
** Dealing Turn ** : [ Ac ]
time4therive bets (6)
hungrydogs raises (12) to 12
KBnike69 raises (60.55) to 60.55
KBnike69 is all-In.
hungrydogs calls (48.55)
** Dealing River ** : [ 4s ]
Creating Main Pot with $149.10 with KBnike69
** Summary **
Main Pot: $149.10 | | Rake: $2
Board: [ Tc 9d 2c Ac 4s ]
time4therive balance $143.87, lost $12 (folded)
syempre balance $61.90, didn't bet (folded)
hungrydogs balance $123.45, lost $66.55 [ 2s Ah ] [ two pairs, aces and twos -- Ah,Ac,Tc,2s,2c ]
serialx balance $407.90, lost $6 (folded)
KBnike69 balance $149.10, bet $66.55, collected $149.10, net +$82.55 [ 9c Qc ] [ a flush, ace high -- Ac,Qc,Tc,9c,2c ]
Like FishMagician, I've recently dramatically downgraded my value of AJ. Having lost a lot of hands lately with AJ had something to do with it. I would much rather see a Jack-high on the flop than an Ace when holding AJ.
But this scenario on the turn was a pretty easy laydown. Just wanted to illustrate that, sometimes, you gotta let it go even if the card you're looking for does come. Too many likely hands here that could beat it: 2-pair (though, I wasn't thinking anyone had Ace-TWO!), AQ, AK, and obviously, the flush.