On a board of Q-10-9-x, a player bet and a second went all in. The first player folded and the second player won the pot and showed ♠2 ♣2.
"That's okay, I'll bust you yet," the first player said. "Players like you can't wait to give me their chips." Some other stuff was said that I don't remember. Why, folks? The other guy bluffed you off your hand, why not tell him good bet and move on. Why get your ego so involved?
I lost two-thirds of my stack when the villain hit a four-outer on the river. Stuff happens. Did I berate him? Of course not, that's poker. I was glad to get my money in as such a huge favorite. Bad luck, of course, but I'm saving my good luck for Lost Vegas.
My bust out hand: When I was down to 11 big blinds, I moved all in from the cut-off with ♣A ♥Q. The big blind decided to call with ♥3 ♦3. The flop was A-K-K which was good for me. The turn was the ♣3 which wasn't. The river was a brick and I was out. Not a bad beat, of course, but was a crummy way to lose.
Viva Las Vegas.