Originally Posted by darkprince
I'm serious, for examples, pfai w/ AA vs garbage that hits flush; pfai w/ KK vs lower pp that hit set; ai on turn vs FD that hits; ai on flop vs str8 draw that hits. All these cases I'm probably at least 66% favorite. Of course I don't like these results and get angry but I move on. It doesn't affect my play as I don't make risks or silly moves due to these BBs.
I don't disbelieve you, but I still don't like "I always get it in good" statements. They're emotive in tone and give you reason to think you're not winning merely because you're unlucky.
Ultimately, this kind of thinking stunts your development as a player to the extent that your analysis of hands will not proceed beyond the bad-beat/suck-out thought. You want your analysis to lead to the mistakes that you're making, however slight these mistakes may be, in your own mind.
What you're doing is wasting time and energy by focusing on these "unfair" results. Rather than saying "I just got bad beat by someone who rivered a flush"
, you should be thinking, mmm, Villain 1 calls an AI on turn with a naked flush draw, getting less than 2:1 pot odds. This is what you should be storing in your memory bank instead of the pain of losing. The more you take this approach, the sooner you'll become indifferent to short-term results.