So here's what happened to me today until I got sick of looking through my games:
HU TT < QJ
I had another second
AK < JJ
99 < AA
KT < QQ BvB
KK < AQ
AJ < A8, AT < 99 (yeah, same game; lost half my stack to one tard, the rest to another)
shoved 98 on a QJ7 flop BvB, hoping I had some FE. No such luck. Other guy had Q7
AK < AT BvB
A7 < 55
T3s < AQ BvB
A7 < AQ
AK < 77
KT < QQ BvB (yes, twice)
TT < AA
KQ < KJ
TT < KK
TT < JJ
TT < QQ (I probably could live without ever seeing TT again after those three games in a row)
AK < AT, shoving over a limper. She called off 12BB and hit a T on the flop
AA < KK (I'm not making this up)
KK < A8 retard called a raise pre, then shoved over my bet on the flop when it came 8 high. He turned an A obv. This was for 2K chips. I had bet 1K into a 1.2K pot and he shoved for the other 1K. Like I didn't have a pair of 8s beat! WTF. To make it worse, this was the bubble.
AJs < A9. He actually flopped two 9s.
AK < TT, QQ < A5
I tilted off a buyin by calling down when I should have folded, then got QQ cracked just for fun
QQ got rivered after a guy called big bets on the flop and turn
K8 < A3, had to call one shortstacked
QQ < A8s (considering openfolding QQ now)
AJ < A9 (why not call off your stack when you are against me? And yeah, that's twice A9 sucked out on me)
Came second AK < QJ
Okay, so a fair few of those I got my money in behind. But that happens and you can reasonably expect to win a few of them. Reasonably is the key word. And AK is not far behind TT, obv. But I didn't win a race all day. So it's just really fucking unlucky to keep running pairs into bigger pairs. I thought I might have a decent day when first game I ran AJ into AQ and sucked out. But no. That was basically it for me. I'm sparing you all the pairs that just got outflopped. The only time I had QQ hold up, I flopped a set. I also flopped a set of Ks but no A to go with them, so couldn't bust anyone with it.
The last straw for me was stacking off with QQ against Mr12inch. This fuckwit minraised 77, called a big reraise, then led out 80 into a 600 pot. So the flop is 765 with two spades, and he can have quite a range of hands. But what he has is me beaten.
No, wait, there was worse. Get this. Some guy calls a big raise, and the flop comes JJT. I have QQ. I bet, he calls. The turn is another J. Well, I am not behind much, am I? It's hardly feasible that he should have the case jack, because wtf was he doing calling with it pre? Sigh: obviously QJ is a fine calling hand. Another guy stacked me on an AJJ flop with it.
So that's today. Let's hope it goes better tomorrow, eh?