Double flop, double pay
In those cases, I usually locked up one of the boards and raised when there were three other callers. I guess there could have been a quartering of the pot, but most times it just felt like the raise-callers were throwing in dead money, and that was the case.
There was another agonizing huge hand when I had a K-high flush on an Omaha-high double flop board. Brandie called me, and I was expecting the A-high flush. But she made a 10-high one on the same board. I had a pair of 3s on the other board to scoop.
The online tables were nice -- at most parts of the evening I was playing two NL tables on 'Stars and three on Full Tilt. I ended up increasing my non-replaceable 'roll on those systems, which is always nice.
I have to prepare the evite for Tuesday's game at home at the Cat Center.