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Sunday Million - River Decision

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Zanjong   Sweden. Jan 29 2012 18:31. Posts 3076

What you guys think? This guy had played fairly standard so far. Opening some hands and had not shown up any bluffs. Won huge pot with AA vs AK.

Can I comfortably fold river? What you give him credit for?

You like betting turn? He called flop very fast, little bit too fast for flushdraw I thought, more like JT.

Submitted by : Zanjong

PokerStars Hand #74711289641: Tournament #557020010, $200+$15 USD Holdem No Limit - Level XVII (1250/2500) - 2012/01/29 19:19:33 ET
Table 557020010 321 9-max Seat #9 is the button
Seat 1: Kimbers2010 (6792 in chips)
Seat 2: Kr7is (292365 in chips)
Seat 3: 1diego_35 (51598 in chips)
Seat 4: colegui (48310 in chips)
Seat 5: Zanjong (84985 in chips)
Seat 6: rasmsg (120651 in chips)
Seat 8: pface75 (196469 in chips)
Seat 9: evemjo (18738 in chips)
Kimbers2010: posts the ante 250
Kr7is: posts the ante 250
1diego_35: posts the ante 250
colegui: posts the ante 250
Zanjong: posts the ante 250
rasmsg: posts the ante 250
pface75: posts the ante 250
evemjo: posts the ante 250
Kimbers2010: posts small blind 1250
Kr7is: posts big blind 2500

Holecards
Dealt to Zanjong AsJh
ryucansay22 is connected
1diego_35 is connected
1diego_35: folds
colegui: folds
Zanjong: raises 2750 to 5250
rasmsg: folds
pface75: folds
evemjo: folds
Kimbers2010: folds
Kr7is: calls 2750

Flop (Pot : $13,750.00)

   7sJd3d
Kr7is: checks
Zanjong: bets 6750
Kr7is: calls 6750

Turn (Pot : $27,250.00)

   7sJd3d6d
Kr7is: checks
Zanjong: bets 13500
Kr7is: calls 13500

River (Pot : $54,250.00)

   7sJd3d6d5c
Kr7is: bets 105000
Zanjong: folds
Uncalled bet (105000) returned to Kr7is
Kr7is collected 54250 from pot
Kr7is: doesnt show hand

Summary
Total pot 54250 | Rake 0
Board  7sJd3d6d5c
Seat 1: Kimbers2010 (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 2: Kr7is (big blind) collected (54250)
Seat 3: 1diego_35 folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 4: colegui folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 5: Zanjong folded on the River
Seat 6: rasmsg folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 8: pface75 folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 9: evemjo (button) folded before Flop (didnt bet)



Rescom   United States. Jan 29 2012 23:20. Posts 126

I would have checked the turn, you give a free card but control pot size.

Easy fold as played.


n0rthf4ce    United States. Jan 30 2012 06:05. Posts 8013

looks fine, pretty ez riv fold. dont think about it too hard

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YoMeR   United States. Jan 30 2012 13:19. Posts 11904

it's not like you can profitably hero call the river without some kinda sick soul read ;o

eZ Life. 

ReADy   Bulgaria. Jan 31 2012 12:36. Posts 285

I like your play and I definitely bet turn.


Rescom   United States. Feb 01 2012 22:46. Posts 126

I wouldn't always check the turn but with this board I would. I like making my decisions easy, if he was chasing you're beat and he can turn a lot of hands into a bluff here. Give the free card and keep pot small. He might think his Jx is good and bet for value or call a moderate value bet on the river if its a blank.

But either way its not a big deal.


asdf2000   United States. Mar 31 2012 01:15. Posts 7333

oh oops misread ze hand

Grindin so hard, Im smashin pussies left and right.Last edit: 31/03/2012 01:17

Mig    United States. May 02 2012 23:20. Posts 1597

River is a pretty easy fold. I almost certainly bet turn, AJ is strong enough you can get 3 streets of value quite often if river is safe.


traxamillion   United States. May 03 2012 00:30. Posts 6481

I think betting the turn is standard


TalentedTom    Canada. May 05 2012 12:04. Posts 19445

woulda been really gay if he bet like 25k

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