I played two tournaments at PokerStars tonight, and got knocked out of the both. The second one I went out on the bubble, nothing notable about it.
The first one, a 180-player $4 + $0.40 NLH tournament, I was on the button holding K♣ J♣. With four other players in, the flop came 7♥ K♥ 8♥. The other four players checked, so I put in a pot sized bet, thinking that I'd scare out those who would think I was on a flush draw (or had already made my flush), and limit the field. Almost everyone else folded, except for a player who had either gone all in or bet more than 10x the big blind whenever he had anything resembling a hand. From the hands I'd seen him play, it looked like he was in on any single face card. He put me all in.
This didn't surprise me, from him, and I put him on a king plus a low card, maybe a flush draw in there, but not a flush.
Indeed, he showed K♠ 5♥. I've got him dominated, right?
Well, the turn was J♥, giving him the flush. The river, 8♠, didn't help. Afterwards, I punched it into the CardPlayer.com odds calculator, and it turns out I wasn't much of a favorite at all, only 49% to 44%, with a 6% chance to tie.