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Handnr: 1058806
Submitted by : TimDawg

PokerStars Hand #3147552211: Holdem No Limit ($1/$2) - 2015/10/06 3:32:07
Table #10097272 6-max Seat #4 is the button
Seat 1: PLR_1258065YS ($177.60 in chips)
Seat 2: Hero ($249.95 in chips)
Seat 4: PLR_3473722PY ($245.30 in chips)
Seat 5: PLR_4190773LD ($198 in chips)
Seat 6: PLR_3863589EQ ($263.90 in chips)
PLR_4190773LD: posts small blind $1
PLR_3863589EQ: posts big blind $2

Holecards
Dealt to Hero Qs9s
PLR_1258065YS: folds
Hero: raises $5 to $5
PLR_3473722PY: raises $16 to $16
PLR_4190773LD: folds
PLR_3863589EQ: folds
Hero: calls $11

Flop (Pot : $35.00)

   2s8c5s
Hero: checks
PLR_3473722PY: bets $29
Seat sit down
Table deposit $200
Hero: calls $29

Turn (Pot : $93.00)

   2s8c5s6c
Hero: checks
PLR_3473722PY: bets $52.50
Hero: raises $152.45 to $204.95 and is all-in

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TimDawg    United States. Oct 08 2015 00:28. Posts 10197

villain was a reg who had been getting out of line pre

is c/jam turn ok? or should I just c/c? I thought there was a chance I could get him to fold some semi bluffs that he barrels turn..

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traxamillion   United States. Oct 08 2015 06:00. Posts 10468

all his value range calls but sounds like he could be so wide that this is good regardless esp after picking up another 3 outs on turn. Vs most nits I take my +ev call to crack the overpair but if he is super wide your implied goes down and getting a turn fold makes you so much more. I think this is pretty opponent dependent though


traxamillion   United States. Oct 08 2015 06:02. Posts 10468

his flop bet is huge; i know the board is wet but still that is kinda suspicious esp in a 3bet pot; once he sizes down the turn like that to half pot i'm not really sure he wants a fold. Kinda looks like he wants you to do what you did.

 Last edit: 08/10/2015 06:03

TimDawg    United States. Oct 08 2015 06:04. Posts 10197

yeah trax your last 2 posts pretty summarizes what was going through my head at the time

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 - pinballLast edit: 08/10/2015 06:58

traxamillion   United States. Oct 08 2015 06:05. Posts 10468

i usually don't try to read into betsizing tells like that too much in players whose tendencies i don't know but this line just seems weird to me


fira   United States. Oct 08 2015 09:36. Posts 6345

i like it... this is probably my standard line vs unknowns. plenty of hands we want to be jamming on turn (2pair+), we got a good semibluff with plenty of outs to balance that. calling is prob ok as well, we could instead take a QTs (with no gutter outs) and x/jam that instead of this, but its the same thing pretty much.

 Last edit: 08/10/2015 09:37

traxamillion   United States. Oct 08 2015 09:49. Posts 10468

we know you love c/jamming turns fira lol


fira   United States. Oct 08 2015 10:05. Posts 6345

i guess i have made that clear lol

just think its a good spot for hands like sets/2pair to x/jam turn with these SPRs. i don't think i'll be very capped playing such a strategy, because i'll be calling here with nearly all my pair+draw type hands. anyway i don't think its a huge deal to be completely uncapped on rivers after calling turn, since the SPR is low and lots of hands can easily stack off for the remainder of the chips.


Spitfiree   Bulgaria. Oct 08 2015 11:00. Posts 9634

even if its bad it won't be too bad I guess
most likely perfect vs someone getting out of line

 Last edit: 08/10/2015 11:01

 

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