I don't want to talk about it.
OK, actually I guess I do. For those of you who didn't see it. Forget it, everyone here saw it. (A53 4 6 Jeh: 67 Martin: A2 sooted!!! Marsh 52) Pure radiant orange belt. I was sure that I was at best chopping and likely behind yet called off my stack anyway. I've been meaning to post about playing for a chop but haven't gotten around to it but I'll post that later. That Six on the river was a killer too since it meant that 62 was counterfeited.
I still contend that that has to be one of the toughest laydowns in poker. Unpaired, no flush, with a gap straight that you are filling. This one should have been easier to get away from since there were two hands (26 and 67) that was beating me and 67 is a reasonable holding unlike the 7T that I had on Mitch.
Like I was saying after packing up though, if someone said "hey, give me $120 bucks and I'll save you thousands of dollars over your lifetime of playing poker" would I do it? You bet! So the bright side of this is that it is a relatively cheap lesson, plus the fact that I perfect stormed Keith over at the Chea's place and Mitch over at Jason's (Marsh was witness to both of them btw) so overall I'm ahead in perfect storm hands.