Before I get to an interesting hand, let me once again mention how really great service makes me feel.
That would be awesome.
I've written about Darla before. She's really amazing and friendly and has the best memory on the planet. I've been in Iraq since last year, but when she saw me at the table at the Muck, she immediately came over and gave me a hug before asking if I'll have my usual (two Diet Cokes if you were wondering). Darla - you are the best!
Now onto the hand.
I have been playing fairly tight (I think) at the stupid 3/5 spread game and I'm down just a little. So far I've been involved in no big pots. I'm on the button. There are 3 limpers in front of me and I raise it to $20. I get 4 callers. Five of us see a flop of Qc-8c-5c. Everyone checks to me and I make a small $20 bet into this $100 pot. The small blind (who is probably the best player at the table), raises to $60. Everyone folds to me. I debate for a small time and re-raise to $185. He just calls (?!).
What does he have? What do I have?
The turn is the seven of spades. He checks. I go all-in for my last $110. He calls.
Jack of clubs on the river (now there are 4 clubs on the board). Who won and with what?
Editors Note: I apologize if anyone read this post and wasted time trying to figure this out before I edited it. I just now corrected it (I'm famous for misremembering hands). The board did not pair up on the river. That's kind of key.