The "oops" SS thread ;)

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I'll start this off....pretty self explanatory. Maybe it should be the "oops, I @)(*#$@#$ up, but it worked" thread?


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This one is actually an Oops! Nah, didnt matter SS although there could also be one which you stated. As it is, the dealer would have busted anyway although it was a huge risk you wouldnt have wanted to take.:D
 

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This one is actually an Oops! Nah, didnt matter SS although there could also be one which you stated. As it is, the dealer would have busted anyway although it was a huge risk you wouldnt have wanted to take.:D
hehe, it was a misclick, my brain wasn't fast enough and counted my first 2 as 16 and not 17 :oops:
 

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No ss, but I had two serious misclicks so far.
1. I was playing 5/10 limit holdem, and got two black aces on the button, a normal opponent raised preflop, I reraised and he capped, so it was two of us seeing the flop of 762 two spades and a diamond. Again opponent bet, I raised, he reraised and I capped. Turn came T of spades, he bet I raised, he reraised and - given the preflop action and my opponent's style I thought I was well ahead, he probably had KK or QQ with a spade - I wanted to cap, but I misclicked on fold because the buttons were so close on that particular sw. The pot was around 160$ at that point, and I knew this opponent, he most likely drew to 2 outs on that river.
2. I played Desert Treasure at a Playtech casino, 20 lines, 0,5$/line, so 10$/ spin, and I accidentally pressed betmax to spin for 100$. Luckily I got back something like 80$ on that spin.
 

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No ss, but I had two serious misclicks so far.
1. I was playing 5/10 limit holdem, and got two black aces on the button, a normal opponent raised preflop, I reraised and he capped, so it was two of us seeing the flop of 762 two spades and a diamond. Again opponent bet, I raised, he reraised and I capped. Turn came T of spades, he bet I raised, he reraised and - given the preflop action and my opponent's style I thought I was well ahead, he probably had KK or QQ with a spade - I wanted to cap, but I misclicked on fold because the buttons were so close on that particular sw. The pot was around 160$ at that point, and I knew this opponent, he most likely drew to 2 outs on that river.
2. I played Desert Treasure at a Playtech casino, 20 lines, 0,5$/line, so 10$/ spin, and I accidentally pressed betmax to spin for 100$. Luckily I got back something like 80$ on that spin.
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I did the same thing as #1, but in a tournament. It was late in the tourney, and I had about 3/4 of my stack in to the river with KK. It was a safe board, and he led out with a bet big enough to put me all in. Instead of clicking the obvious "call," I misclicked and hit fold. :rolleyes:

Needless to say, I was crippled and went out 8 from the money. :mad:
 

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hehe, it was a misclick, my brain wasn't fast enough and counted my first 2 as 16 and not 17 :oops:
I dont know whether the software allows it but if you had misclicked double that would have been fantastic. BTW, I am sure that I saw someone click hit on a hard 20 (one of those live BJ webcam games). Naturally, he busted.
 

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I dont know whether the software allows it but if you had misclicked double that would have been fantastic. BTW, I am sure that I saw someone click hit on a hard 20 (one of those live BJ webcam games). Naturally, he busted.
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Not naturally...There's a SS floating around where I misclicked on a 20 and drew an ace :thumbsup:
 

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