Just finished playing two heads up matches for fun. I have A,Q of clubs in the BB and I flat call a very aggressive raise from the button. He flops a boat with 9,6 off-suit. After a few hands, I built my stack back up to 700 chips and he raises with 4,5 off suit from the button. I re-raise with pocket 7's, and he moves all-in. I call. There is a six on the flop, an eight on the turn, and a seven on the river. Flopping a boat is no big deal. I have had the good fortune of doing the same at live games and I have also seen others flop a boat, but to hit a straight five hands later with 4,5 against pocket seven's? The last four hands in our rematch went to showdown. He had pocket Kings, I had A,K off-suit. The next hand he had pocket Jacks, and I had A,T off-suit. He had A,Q and I had K,J in our third hand, and in our last hand he had A,Q again, and I had pocket nines. That is: KK JJ A,Q A,Q Good entertainment.