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Flamingo bad beat hit

Discussion in 'The Poker Room' started by danny8235, Jan 20, 2015.

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  1. danny8235

    danny8235 Low-Roller

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    Does anyone know when it was hit and what kind of hand won/loss. Was T 32,000 now at 20'ooo
     
  2. La$Vega$

    La$Vega$ Low-Roller

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    No, maybe call ou to the card room?
     
  3. danny8235

    danny8235 Low-Roller

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    Bad Beat Flamingo

    Can't believe no comments on Bad hit last week. Might be lower level 2/4 but it is a fun room Be there in a month
     
  4. TRN

    TRN High-Roller

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    How much did it hit for, anything noteworthy?

    Around here (midwest) the jackpots get up to 100k-200k in size. Rivers in Pittsburgh just hit a few wks ago for 300k+.
     
  5. Sinatraatthesands

    Sinatraatthesands Low-Roller

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    It hits every 2 or 3 weeks. It's an in house bad beat, It's not a big deal.
     
  6. danny8235

    danny8235 Low-Roller

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    I believe it was around 32,000 so loser got 12,800. Winner 6,400 table share split. 12,800. Sounds like a nice little payoff
     
  7. bigalbr

    bigalbr VIP Whale

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    My general preference for promotions in Vegas is high hands or something with a higher hit rate than a bad beat jackpot. I've hit a couple of those in Vegas. If you care about where your jackpot drop goes, you want to be sure to avoid any kind of transfer from tourists to locals like an Aces cracked in the morning(unless you play in the morning) or a promotional tourney that doesn't happen during your trip. A BBJ is fair because you only pay in while you're there and have a chance to win, but as a poker player I'm there to win $500, not $50000.
     
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