In my final hand tonight, I'm in middle position in a 25¢/50¢ limit game, and I'm dealt 3♥ 4♥ 4♣ 3♣. Nice? No -- my strategy chart tells me this is a crap hand, and to fold it.
I don't fold it. I call the 25¢ blind, the guy to my left raises, I call, leaving four of us to see the flop.
T♣ 9♣ 6♣.
I've hit my flush on the flop. The big blind checks, the guy to my right puts in 25¢,I raise to 50¢, the guy to my left and the blind fold, the guy to my right re-raises to 75¢, and I call. He's representing that he hit the flush, too, and if he did, he hit it better than I did. I don't believe him, though.
The turn is 3♦.
I've got some kind of a full house possibility going on here now, although my well-cooked brain isn't able to figure out exactly what it is. My opponent bets 50¢, I raise, he re-raises, and I call all-in with my last 45¢.
The river is 4♠.
My opponent shows A♣ 5♣ 9♦ T♦. He's got an ace-high flush to beat my ten-high flush. I've got no full house. I've also got no low, so he takes that with his A,3,4,5,6. He brings in $6.50. I close out down $20 for the night.