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Handnr: 1016184
Submitted by : Smuft

***** Hand History for Game 13165956019 *****
$1,000 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Monday, July 29, 10:48:43 EDT 2013
Table Kandahar Real Money
Seat 4 is the button
Total number of players : 6/6
Seat 3: EntropiAx $1,851.12 USD
Seat 4: NETNET22 $1,308.26 USD
Seat 2: NeiIIyAA $1,242.12 USD
Seat 6: Hero $1,377.69 USD
Seat 1: m0ntecarlo13 $523.21 USD
Seat 5: sink in spa $3,786.25 USD
sink in spa posts small blind [$5 USD].
Hero posts big blind [$10 USD].

Holecards
Dealt to Hero [AsQs ]
m0ntecarlo13 folds
NeiIIyAA folds
EntropiAx folds
NETNET22 raises [$25 USD]
sink in spa folds
Hero will be using his time bank for this hand .
Hero calls [$15 USD]

Flop (Pot : $55.00)

   8c7sKc
Hero checks
NETNET22 bets [$39.18 USD]
Hero calls [$39.18 USD]

Turn (Pot : $133.36)

   8c7sKc9s
Hero checks
NETNET22 bets [$97.77 USD]
Hero will be using his time bank for this hand .
Hero calls [$97.77 USD]

River (Pot : $328.90)

   8c7sKc9sTh
Hero will be using his time bank for this hand .
Hero bets [$235 USD]

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Smuft   Canada. Jul 29 2013 11:45. Posts 633

didnt 3 bet pre cuz this guy's 4b range is pretty tight and value heavy

coulda c/r turn but passed for a few reasons

river donk seems very credible and really hard to call in his spot

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Stim_Abuser   United States. Jul 29 2013 18:36. Posts 7499

Why are we check calling this flop?

I don't understand this whole float OOP thing in ring games.

Hey Im slinging mad volume and fat stackin benjies I dont got time for spellin n shit - skinny peteLast edit: 29/07/2013 18:37

TalentedTom    Canada. Jul 29 2013 19:52. Posts 20070


  On July 29 2013 17:36 Stim_Abuser wrote:
Why are we check calling this flop?

I don't understand this whole float OOP thing in ring games.



it's a value call

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Baalim   Mexico. Jul 29 2013 19:55. Posts 33928


  On July 29 2013 17:36 Stim_Abuser wrote:
Why are we check calling this flop?

I don't understand this whole float OOP thing in ring games.



its not really a float, we have the best hand a high % of the time and have decent equity against most holdings, its quite marginal if not EV- with the K on the flop and board texture that will allow him to 2nd barrel very often.

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Smuft   Canada. Jul 29 2013 21:45. Posts 633

if you're not calling a hand this good on the flop you're getting cbet to death imo

you could x/r but this hand has showdown value, backdoor potential, and ability to get a street or 2 of value out of 2nd best hands (Ax probably 2 streets, Qx probably 1 street)


Stim_Abuser   United States. Jul 30 2013 00:07. Posts 7499


  On July 29 2013 18:52 TalentedTom wrote:
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it's a value call


Hm I understand that we have the best hand a reasonable % of the time, but aren't we going to get barreled to death on these kinds of boards?

I mean I get calling if it's like a k72 flop or something, but this kind of flop seems like we're gonna have a hard time OOP with getting barreled by tons of hands that have good equity and hands that can v-bet light because generally our range being kind of capped due to c/c on such a drawy board. Just seems like we're going to have bad time OOP after c/c on this type of board.





Hey Im slinging mad volume and fat stackin benjies I dont got time for spellin n shit - skinny peteLast edit: 30/07/2013 00:11

Fraser   Canada. Jul 30 2013 01:56. Posts 4605

i like this play alot. on the river you're mostly repping KJ, but also sometimes 67, 68, 69 and also villain would see you as having SD value the majority of the rest of your range. You wouldn't often have a missed draw here playing so passively to turn into a bluff very often. Narrow bluff range So it looks legit.


YoMeR   United States. Jul 30 2013 03:29. Posts 12432


  On July 29 2013 20:45 Smuft wrote:
if you're not calling a hand this good on the flop you're getting cbet to death imo

you could x/r but this hand has showdown value, backdoor potential, and ability to get a street or 2 of value out of 2nd best hands (Ax probably 2 streets, Qx probably 1 street)



that may be so but having a hand as weak as this as part of your flop check/calling range seems pretty marginal at best. if villain can capable at all i feel he could use this to his advantage and not to his detriment.

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