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Handnr: 910306
Submitted by : tutz

PokerStars Game #63648208825: Holdem No Limit ($0.25/$0.50 USD) - 2011/06/22 2:07:51 BRT [2011/06/22 1:07:51 ET]
Table Ingwelde VI 6-max Seat #4 is the button
Seat 1: Gino Chin ($39.25 in chips)
Seat 3: pablostar ($103 in chips)
Seat 4: Hero ($123.45 in chips)
Seat 5: viskinho ($51.80 in chips)
Seat 6: AlexKalugin ($50 in chips)
viskinho: posts small blind $0.25
AlexKalugin: posts big blind $0.50

Holecards(Odds)
Dealt to Hero TdKd
Gino Chin: folds
pablostar: folds
Hero: raises $1 to $1.50
viskinho: folds
AlexKalugin: calls $1

Flop(Odds) (Pot : $3.25)

   6dAd5h
AlexKalugin: checks
Hero: bets $2
AlexKalugin: calls $2

Turn(Odds) (Pot : $7.25)

   6dAd5h3h
AlexKalugin: checks
Hero: checks

River (Pot : $7.25)

   6dAd5h3h3d
AlexKalugin: bets $5.50
Hero: raises $11.75 to $17.25
AlexKalugin: raises $29.25 to $46.50 and is all-in
Hero: calls $29.25

Showdown
AlexKalugin: shows 6c6s (a full house, Sixes full of Threes)
Hero: shows TdKd (a flush, Ace high)
AlexKalugin collected $98.25 from pot

Summary
Total pot $100.25 | Rake $2
Board  6dAd5h3h3d
Seat 1: Gino Chin folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 3: pablostar folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 4: Hero (button) showed TdKd and lost with a flush, Ace high
Seat 5: viskinho (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 6: AlexKalugin (big blind) showed 6c6s and won ($98.25) with a full house, Sixes full of Threes

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tutz   Brasil. Jun 22 2011 00:11. Posts 2025

did I play this fine?


dogmeat   Czech Republic. Jun 22 2011 00:23. Posts 5645

proly raise/fold river

meh i dunno

All of mans troubles come from his inability to sit quietly in a room by himself.Last edit: 22/06/2011 00:25

sunnysky7   . Jun 22 2011 00:32. Posts 1549

raise/fold river


tutz   Brasil. Jun 22 2011 00:37. Posts 2025

tought so... thanks


DvoBoardRider   Afghanistan. Jun 22 2011 02:00. Posts 849

tough spot...


longple    Sweden. Jun 22 2011 04:15. Posts 4307

how is this a tough spot? wtf

no one would ever shove worse flushes here, either bluff with like a 67s or A5 that valuebets river, and then realises u cant have a boat here and the top of ur range is Kxdd so u cant call, if he's smart he will juts fold a hand like that and not turn it into a bluff since no one can handread here and will still call with flushes

and midstake regs will call with flushes cuz its the top of their range and they are afraid of getting exploited, so its not good to turn a hand like that into a bluff against a player like that either

99% of all regs under 5/10$ would never even realise this and just show up with a boat 100% of the time

I will win, not immediately, but definitelyLast edit: 22/06/2011 04:42

barbieman   Sweden. Jun 22 2011 05:31. Posts 2132

there are ten combinations of value hands that he can do this with, 66, 55, A3s, QJdd, Q9dd. eight of which has us beat, but a random opponent will raise flop very often with 55 and 66.
So I think i am being generous when I say that he will flat flop 1/6 times with a set. leaving us with five combinations of value hands that he will do this with, two that we beat. Once in a while
he will bluff here and also show up with even worse flushes (after all, it's nl50) and bluffs. we need to be good 30% of the time, as I see it, it's an easy call.

 Last edit: 22/06/2011 05:35

longple    Sweden. Jun 22 2011 05:34. Posts 4307

why would any1 ever shove Qxdd here, thats just wishful thinking

Qxdd is a crycall to hero's raise here, not a fistpump shove lol

Only if he thinks hero will fold Kxdd everytime to a shove since he dosnt have a boat i can se a Qxdd shove here

even at 50nl people can see that shit im probably beat here but i must call cuz he can raise worseflushes, if he has a Qx dd hand, never "oh sweet im probably beat here but he can have worse flushes that he probably might fold if i jamm, sweet lets take superthinvalue hope he calls me 10% of the time with Jxdd, all in!"

I will win, not immediately, but definitelyLast edit: 22/06/2011 05:38

barbieman   Sweden. Jun 22 2011 05:43. Posts 2132

I agree that Qxdd should flat a raise, but I don't think nl50 players would.

I would also call a shove with Kxdd here all day since I would assume he
raises flop all the time with a set until I see him do otherwise.
I would put him on A3s or lower flush and I think he will shove several
worse flushes + rare bluffs


LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Jun 22 2011 05:49. Posts 13564

We need to be good 30% of the time
There are 2 combos of A3s and I would expect an unknown reg to raise a set on flop about half the time, so let's say 3 combos of sets for 5 total maximum.

He needs to have just around 2 hand combinations that aren't a boat to make this a call..

we know nothing about villain but yeah, I fold against a straightforward non-terrible reg at micros, especially when I am seen as straightforward myself they bluff raise river exactly 0% of the time, especially in this spot, and I can't imagine them having ever 2 combos of Qhi flushes in their shoving range.

Still call against the spazzy ones, against anyone tilted, or against someone who I have seen overvalue made hands, they just have to raise you with such a small amount of hands to make this a call, people are retarded at this limit

Some info would be nice anyway for what it's worth he might be 100/80 spazzmonkey


My strategy thread: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?postid=1680671#post1680671Last edit: 22/06/2011 06:23

Oskar_123   Sweden. Jun 22 2011 08:26. Posts 401

I agree with everything longple said. Also you should bet the turn.


 


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