http://www.liquidpoker.net/


LP international Poland latinoamerica Iceland    Contact            Users: 164 Active, 26 Logged in - Time: 05:59
Poker News










LP Pokerstars Avatars:



NL1K Trips vs big overbet

New to LiquidPoker? Register here for free!
Forum Index > High Stakes Poker
the_body   . Feb 19 2012 09:30. Posts 29

Submitted by : the_body

Table Table 206307 No DP Real Money
Seat 5 is the button
Seat 6: Arti90 $340.00 USD
Seat 2: Hero $1000.00 USD
Seat 4: Byamba MAMA $1000.00 USD
Seat 5: GARNOUILLE $1000.00 USD
Seat 1: pablotenis69 $350.00 USD
Seat 3: tarzan200 $653.00 USD
Arti90 posts small blind [$5.00 USD].
pablotenis69 posts big blind [$10.00 USD].

Holecards
Dealt to Hero [AcKs ]
Hero raises [$30.00 USD]
tarzan200 folds
Byamba MAMA folds
GARNOUILLE calls [$30.00 USD]
Arti90 folds
pablotenis69 folds

Flop (Pot : $75.00)

   4sAdQh
Hero bets [$54.00 USD]
GARNOUILLE calls [$54.00 USD]

Turn (Pot : $183.00)

   4sAdQhAs
Hero checks
GARNOUILLE bets [$115.00 USD]
Hero calls [$115.00 USD]

River (Pot : $413.00)

   4sAdQhAs5d
Hero checks
GARNOUILLE bets [$801.00 USD]
Hero ???




villian is a pretty good 26/22/2.5 reg, im running at 21/17/3.0 this session and alread cbet simliar flops 3-4 times
at this table vs him and c/f the Turn every time.

His fold to cbet is 45% and in general he likes to float flops on the button.

This time i thought it might be a good idea and mix it up showing him that im not always folding after checking turn here.

River is kind of a bitch..... havent seen him overbet yet, pretty weird spot i put myself in.


TimDawg    United States. Feb 19 2012 09:40. Posts 9088

There's just no way I could ever fold this...idk

online bob is actually a pretty smart person, not at all like the creepy fucker that sits in the sofa telling me he does nasty shit to me when im asleep - pinball 

NMcNasty    United States. Feb 19 2012 11:45. Posts 1485

I'm ok w/ folding here. It's not like checking trips is that uncommon in a live game, but folding trips is. If villain is truly good he should realize this and should never be bluffing here. Overbet for value w/ AJ or less? Just not that common.


the_body   . Feb 19 2012 12:30. Posts 29


  On February 19 2012 11:45 NMcNasty wrote:
I'm ok w/ folding here. It's not like checking trips is that uncommon in a live game, but folding trips is. If villain is truly good he should realize this and should never be bluffing here. Overbet for value w/ AJ or less? Just not that common.



live game ? :-). Thats basically what i thought during the hand, if he tries to bluff me of a hand like Qx a smaller bet should basically do the same. This hand just doesnt make any sense ^^


player999   Brasil. Feb 19 2012 22:59. Posts 7852


  On February 19 2012 12:30 the_body wrote:
if he tries to bluff me of a hand like Qx a smaller bet should basically do the same. This hand just doesnt make any sense ^^



actually it doesnt
since you've been c/f'ing all the time, in his eyes you're prone to get fed up and go for a 2 street check/call with a Qx type of hand, and its reasonable for him o think you snapcall a normal size bet, but obv you're gonna at least think twice when its an overbet instead

Browsing through your hand histories makes me wonder that you might not be aware these games are possibly play money. Have you ever tried to cash out? - Kapol 

Stroggoz   New Zealand. Feb 20 2012 00:09. Posts 2884

i drink ur milkshakeLast edit: 20/02/2012 00:13

EvilSky    Czech Republic. Feb 20 2012 09:01. Posts 8859

I dont like taking this line if your gonna want to fold here, you are trying to rep Qx with the turn cc, so the goal is to make him try and bluff you off or overvalue AJ both of which are reasonable. Its true from some people this is purely the nuts but you have no way to know that about this guy.


Stroggoz   New Zealand. Feb 20 2012 09:55. Posts 2884

grats on green star :O

i drink ur milkshake 

NMcNasty    United States. Feb 20 2012 14:19. Posts 1485


  On February 19 2012 12:30 the_body wrote:
Show nested quote +



live game ? :-).


weird I thought it was a live game for some reason :|

I would probably have to be calling then.


the_body   . Feb 20 2012 15:12. Posts 29


  On February 19 2012 22:59 player999 wrote:
Show nested quote +



actually it doesnt
since you've been c/f'ing all the time, in his eyes you're prone to get fed up and go for a 2 street check/call with a Qx type of hand, and its reasonable for him o think you snapcall a normal size bet, but obv you're gonna at least think twice when its an overbet instead


you are right, but i was talking about him betting twice the pot instead of making like a 1.2x overbet, thats what got me thinking why would he overbet so big, if im steaming and calling a 500$ bet here on the river im gonna call the 800$ bet with pretty much the same frequenzy..


player999   Brasil. Feb 20 2012 21:49. Posts 7852

I guess thats a valid point, but if he worries about balancing at all he should always be shoving when overbetting, since when overbetting for value he is gonna go for max value

Browsing through your hand histories makes me wonder that you might not be aware these games are possibly play money. Have you ever tried to cash out? - Kapol 

MARSHALL28   United States. May 03 2012 09:44. Posts 1584

Were either of the players in the blinds donks? If they were, you have to take into account that villain probably assumes your opening range is relatively weaker than normal. If this is the case, it becomes more reasonable for him to do stuff like value shove worse Ax.

I like your turn check, I play this the same way often.

Otherwise, I mostly agreed w/ evilsky.

 Last edit: 03/05/2012 09:45

 




Copyright © 2014. LiquidPoker.net All Rights Reserved
Contact Advertise Sitemap DonkeyTest