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How to extract more value? NL30

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el_tilon   Seychelles. Jan 16 2012 14:26. Posts 294

Submitted by : el_tilon

***** Hand History for Game 1111111111 ***** On Game
$30.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Monday, January 16, 11:58:12 ET 2012
Table Lima Real Money
Seat 9 is the button
Seat 1: Player1 $19.50 USD - VPIP: 20, PFR: 11, 3B: 11, AF: 0.7, Hands: 44
Seat 2: Player2 $30.00 USD - VPIP: 21, PFR: 17, 3B: 5, AF: 16.0, Hands: 246
Seat 5: Hero $64.24 USD - TILTMONKEY MASTER
Seat 9: Player9 $31.68 USD - VPIP: 14, PFR: 9, 3B: 1, AF: 3.2, Hands: 233
Seat 10: Player10 $29.62 USD - VPIP: 20, PFR: 11, 3B: 11, AF: 0.7, Hands: 44
Player10 posts small blind [$0.15 USD].
Player1 posts big blind [$0.30 USD].

Holecards
Dealt to Hero [8s9s ]
Player2 raises [$0.90 USD]
Hero calls [$0.90 USD]
Player9 folds
Player10 folds
Player1 folds

Flop (Pot : $2.25)

   6s3c9d
Player2 bets [$1.65 USD]
Hero calls [$1.65 USD]

Turn (Pot : $5.55)

   6s3c9d9h
Player2 bets [$4.20 USD]
Hero calls [$4.20 USD]

River (Pot : $13.95)

   6s3c9d9h8h
Player2 checks
Hero bets [$10.95 USD]
Player2 folds
Hero wins $13.26 USD from main pot
Hero wins $10.95 USD



How can extract more value?

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Red9   Canada. Jan 16 2012 14:34. Posts 7435

turn minraise hahahaha..seriously that might work

I will grind you into dust. 

bigredhoss   Cook Islands. Jan 16 2012 14:48. Posts 7741

did you really replace your stats with "TILTMONKEY MASTER"? -.-

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el_tilon   Seychelles. Jan 16 2012 14:50. Posts 294


  On January 16 2012 14:34 Red9 wrote:
turn minraise hahahaha..seriously that might work



Doesn't that put my hand face up?

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el_tilon   Seychelles. Jan 16 2012 14:51. Posts 294


  On January 16 2012 14:48 bigredhoss wrote:
did you really replace your stats with "TILTMONKEY MASTER"? -.-



LOL

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DaEm0niCuS   United States. Jan 16 2012 15:00. Posts 3264

...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................What?


el_tilon   Seychelles. Jan 16 2012 15:07. Posts 294


  On January 16 2012 15:00 DaEm0niCuS wrote:
...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................What?




???

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Red9   Canada. Jan 16 2012 15:35. Posts 7435

yes your hand is then face up but no one would fold and you get more value..exactly what you wanted

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edzwoo   United States. Jan 16 2012 15:41. Posts 5911

How to extract more value? Make sure he has 97 next time.


rememp   Canada. Jan 16 2012 18:32. Posts 480

well when he leads flop and turn and gives up river his range is one pair and air so if you bet something like 2.50 on the river it might induce a bluff. does nothing for balance though.

Might be good, anyone better want to comment?


el_tilon   Seychelles. Jan 16 2012 19:00. Posts 294

His UTG range could be: {AQ+, 22+}, and he specially like to throw barrels with overpairs, and give up with air OOP.

So I think that he can hold a pair, but my river bet was huge, but it seems difficult for some people fold overpairs.

THE TILTMONKEY MASTERLast edit: 16/01/2012 19:03

waga   United Kingdom. Jan 16 2012 19:58. Posts 2342

You've played it fine.
There is no good reason to play it differently actually imo ...

River (Pot : $13.95)
your river sizing = 78% wich is fine but I suspect the hand converter to don't include the rake in wich case it would be too big.


el_tilon   Seychelles. Jan 16 2012 21:55. Posts 294


  On January 16 2012 19:58 waga wrote:
You've played it fine.
There is no good reason to play it differently actually imo ...

River (Pot : $13.95)
your river sizing = 78% wich is fine but I suspect the hand converter to don't include the rake in wich case it would be too big.



How much is the correct size to bet on?

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hoylemj   United States. Jan 17 2012 02:27. Posts 830

-take a stab in similar situations - at this table especially (or in general) - when you don't have the trips, etc


Oly   United Kingdom. Jan 17 2012 06:26. Posts 3542


  On January 16 2012 14:50 el_tilon wrote:
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Doesn't that put my hand face up?


It does. You could hack the software, trace his IP, and teamviewer him your screen, then raise turn and still make lot of money. At microstakes you have zero choice but to raise the turn vs an utg raiser here.

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HeRoS)eNGagE   Canada. Jan 17 2012 14:49. Posts 10869

its fine man -.-


traxamillion   United States. Jan 17 2012 19:10. Posts 6619

yea i actually overbet here; both value and bluffs


ingenuity   United States. Jan 25 2012 16:16. Posts 4

Looked good. On the river, it really comes down to how much you think he'll pay you off unless you think he's a fish....then do what all training vids say and value to the max (pot+)!


player999   Brasil. Jan 26 2012 09:34. Posts 7920


  On January 16 2012 15:41 edzwoo wrote:
How to extract more value? Make sure he has 97 next time.



was gonna post this

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TalentedTom    Canada. Jan 29 2012 16:50. Posts 19596

i would reraise the turn ALOT here (my default is to rearise), that being said flatting is OK, as played obv he had nothing and you couldnt get paid ;/

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