PokerStars Hand #112814390054: Holdem No Limit ($2/$4 USD) - 2014/03/05 13:44:55 ET
Table Calypso III 6-max Seat #4 is the button
Seat 1: PrincePoker8 ($469.85 in chips)
Seat 2: Gogols Nose ($561.80 in chips)
Seat 3: Hero ($634.26 in chips)
Seat 4: Lexxas ($400 in chips)
Seat 5: aces300181 ($437.87 in chips)
Seat 6: Korsiccc ($400 in chips)
aces300181: posts small blind $2
Korsiccc: posts big blind $4
GoldRush   United States. Mar 05 2014 14:42. Posts 1025
close, i call and take a note if he actually has the K and spades
his line makes little sense to me, i believe most players will be reraising KJss etc on the Flop.
hes repping like AK, sets, Kx floats, and a rare slowplayed 2 overs with fd?
i snap these a lil too often maybe though?
Syntax   United States. Mar 05 2014 17:14. Posts 4411
wut wut wut
Last edit: 05/03/2014 17:14
LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Mar 05 2014 18:41. Posts 14899
yeah like you guys say balance and playing our range is overrated etc. etc.
But how the fuck can you know in this spot? If you exploitively know the guy, you'd never ask what to do here. if bluff % is unknown so just pick a frequency and pick best hands to fill it with based on blockers and absolute hand value - is there anything wrong with that approach?
LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Mar 05 2014 19:20. Posts 14899
Also what do you think bout Gogol's current game Fayth? Has he still got it?
Baalim   Mexico. Mar 05 2014 21:08. Posts 33136
His bluffing frecuency should be so low you should have a ton of Kx in your range and considering you also could have many busted draws its not a good spot to turn his made hand into a bluff, plus your half pot cbet might induce hands like KQhh or not even with 2 hearts (spades obv too) to float that flop oop, his raise is so small thou its hard to fold but unless we have some strong read that this is a creative player this is probably a fold