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Handnr: 1082614
Submitted by : Stroggoz

PokerStars Zoom Hand #190518120395: Holdem No Limit ($2.50/$5.00) - 2018/08/31 22:28:11 ET
Table Lambda Velorum 6-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: 2000kg ($1222.63 in chips)
Seat 2: nathana2 ($545.27 in chips)
Seat 3: Stroggos_nz ($1631.19 in chips)
Seat 4: Coldfive ($606.63 in chips)
nathana2: posts small blind $2.50
Stroggos_nz: posts big blind $5

Dealt to Stroggos_nz 9hQh
Coldfive: raises $6 to $11
2000kg: folds
nathana2: folds
Stroggos_nz: calls $6

Flop (Pot : $24.50)

Stroggos_nz: checks
Coldfive: bets $6.92
Stroggos_nz: raises $11.14 to $18.06
Coldfive: raises $48.36 to $66.42
Stroggos_nz: raises $48.36 to $114.78
Coldfive: calls $48.36

Turn (Pot : $254.06)

Stroggos_nz: bets $125
Coldfive: folds
Uncalled bet ($125) returned to Stroggos_nz
Stroggos_nz collected $252.56 from pot
Stroggos_nz: doesnt show hand

Total pot $254.06 | Rake $1.50
Board  9s9d6d5s
Seat 1: 2000kg (button) folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 2: nathana2 (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 3: Stroggos_nz (big blind) collected ($252.56)
Seat 4: Coldfive folded on the Turn

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LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Sep 01 2018 18:10. Posts 14695

Is the small cr size pio prefers? I go bigger here vs the small flop bet

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NL5 Grinder 4LifeLast edit: 01/09/2018 22:17

SleepyHead   . Sep 01 2018 18:16. Posts 871

  On September 01 2018 17:10 LemOn[5thF] wrote:
Is the small cr size poo prefers? I go bigger here vs the small flop bet

There was a guy who used to play on pokerstars named poo-on-a-stick and I thought that was who you were referring to lol

Dude you some social darwinist ideas that they are giving hitlers ghost a boner - Baal 

Stroggoz   New Zealand. Sep 02 2018 03:35. Posts 4165

pair'd boards generally favour a high freq small x/r

I was GTO in 2007 -wobbly_au 

LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Sep 02 2018 04:39. Posts 14695

Yeah I play it differently from solvers I guess, not raising the underpairs and 6x just to make my life easier.

Seemingly I guess, there are many spots where I keep simple easy to execute strategy over max EV. Maybe it's because of the pools I play against. Maybe because I'm lazy to map out the range splits or maybe it's time to move up and/or do what everyone at highstakes does and play Stars pools where people use way more solver strategies just to learn and get challenged more

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LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Sep 03 2018 18:32. Posts 14695

Where's that Longple ATs hand that was hilarious

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lebowski   Greece. Sep 03 2018 19:13. Posts 9017

  On September 03 2018 17:32 LemOn[5thF] wrote:
Where's that Longple ATs hand that was hilarious

yeah I commented on the hand and then it disappeared O_o

new shit has come to light... a-and... shit! man... 

Ryan Neilly   United States. Sep 04 2018 23:27. Posts 1267

OTF Very Strong, oTT - I think your hands pretty face up, why not go 25% or 100-200%?

Spitfiree   Bulgaria. Sep 09 2018 02:51. Posts 8596

why would 25% turn bet be even viable


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