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I just saw this posted on pokernews.com.


Biggest Pot So Far

Brian Schaedlich limped from early position before Jeff Kimber raised to 6,000 from the button and Schaedlich made the call before the flop came {Q-Spades} {3-Diamonds} {5-Hearts}.

Schaedlich checked to face a 6,000 bet from Kimber that he raised up to 15,000. Kimber then reraised up to 50,000 before Schaedlich raised again and for all his chips. It was a huge raise considering how deep these two were.

Kimber snap-called with {Q-Hearts} {Q-Clubs} and a shell-shocked Schaedlich turned over {A-Diamonds} {A-Hearts} . The turn came {10-Diamonds} and river {4-Clubs} to hand the biggest pot of this year's Main Event to Jeff Kimber, a massive 681,000.

Schaedlich's back down to 387,000 and, as he was handing over chips, he commented "What could I do?"

Kimber said he would never have gone to war without the goods because of the size of Schaedlich's stack.

What can you do? I wonder if he realizes that you are allowed to fold AA.

4 responses to "What can you do"

  1. apparently he's never run into a set before.

    $mokkee

  2. Inevitable that the lucky amateur donks off at some point ...

    Shrike

  3. Or he hasn't heard that limping with AA doesn't work very often in a $26 online donkament much less in the WSOP ME.

    Jestocost

  4. Yeah, the limp, smooth-call, check-raise line with pocket aces. Hmm. "What could I do?" Let's think, maybe not over-shove with just one freaking pair after your flop check-re-raise is bumped up to a significant portion of a huge stack that has no reasong being involved in questionable situations. Maybe consider folding the hand?!

    Hey, it was neat runnin' into ya at the $750k satellite the other day. (And of course it was even neater with both of us winning!) Good luck in Sunday's tourney, (unless you're preferring the T$.)

    Have a good weekend...

    RaisingCayne