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Handnr: 1082885
Submitted by : LemOn[5thF]

PokerStars Hand #189216916574: Holdem No Limit ($25/$50 USD) - 2018/07/27 14:19:32 ET
Table Theotes II 6-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: LLinusLLove ($9781.96 in chips)
Seat 3: ja.sam.gale ($5658.65 in chips)
Seat 4: Bit2Easy ($5237 in chips)
Seat 6: moglimiranda ($5125.27 in chips)
ja.sam.gale: posts small blind $25
Bit2Easy: posts big blind $50

Holecards(Odds)
moglimiranda: raises $64 to $114
LLinusLLove: raises $236 to $350
ja.sam.gale: folds
Bit2Easy: folds
moglimiranda: calls $236

Flop(Odds) (Pot : $775.00)

   7dJd2c
moglimiranda: checks
LLinusLLove: bets $239.63
moglimiranda: calls $239.63

Turn(Odds) (Pot : $1,254.26)

   7dJd2c7s
moglimiranda: checks
LLinusLLove: bets $826.49
moglimiranda: calls $826.49

River (Pot : $2,907.24)

   7dJd2c7s6d
moglimiranda: checks
LLinusLLove: bets $8365.84 and is all-in
moglimiranda: calls $3709.15 and is all-in
Uncalled bet ($4656.69) returned to LLinusLLove

Showdown
LLinusLLove: shows 6h6c (a full house, Sixes full of Sevens)
moglimiranda: shows 9d8d (a flush, Jack high)
LLinusLLove collected $10323.54 from pot

Summary
Total pot $10325.54 | Rake $2
Board  7dJd2c7s6d
Seat 1: LLinusLLove (button) showed 6h6c and won ($10323.54) with a full house, Sixes full of Sevens
Seat 3: ja.sam.gale (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 4: Bit2Easy (big blind) folded before Flop
Seat 6: moglimiranda showed 9d8d and lost with a flush, Jack high

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LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Oct 01 2018 10:35. Posts 14615

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lebowski   Greece. Oct 01 2018 12:41. Posts 8996

even if we put all the small pocket pairs and a few worse draws in Linus range, doesn't the turn c/call seem to be losing money oop? doesn't seem to have a ton of implied odds on the good rivers
what am I missing here?

new shit has come to light... a-and... shit! man...Last edit: 01/10/2018 15:46

traxamillion   United States. Oct 03 2018 01:55. Posts 10368

c/f is awful with 89dd; that is a fat chunk of equity


Stroggoz   New Zealand. Oct 03 2018 08:50. Posts 4100


  On October 01 2018 11:41 lebowski wrote:
even if we put all the small pocket pairs and a few worse draws in Linus range, doesn't the turn c/call seem to be losing money oop? doesn't seem to have a ton of implied odds on the good rivers
what am I missing here?



your missing basic math/range reading. I don't think i'd ever even put 66 in someones range here because it's such an insanely slim part of someones range, it wouldn't really enter my consciousness.

the math part: he is calling with a lot of equity and can win a lot by donk leading river big when he hits.

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lebowski   Greece. Oct 04 2018 12:44. Posts 8996


  On October 03 2018 07:50 Stroggoz wrote:
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your missing basic math/range reading. I don't think i'd ever even put 66 in someones range here because it's such an insanely slim part of someones range, it wouldn't really enter my consciousness.

the math part: he is calling with a lot of equity and can win a lot by donk leading river big when he hits.



I wouldn't put small pocket pairs in range here either. I was thinking that even if he had all of them + some worst f draws 89dd still isn't in a great shape vs Linus range on the turn (one pair outs would be questionable, some reverse implied odds + not guaranteed implied odds when we hit flush).

You're saying he has more than enough implied odds and he's getting paid when he hits river and donks
That's probably true and I'm thinking of the nittier low stakes where I'd expect regs to overfold vs that line on flush cards. But maybe that assumption too isn't justified.

  On October 03 2018 00:55 traxamillion wrote:
c/f is awful with 89dd; that is a fat chunk of equity


I know it's too huge a chunk of equity to c/fold that's why I'd probably choose to raise at some point in the hand instead of calling (one of the reasons I'm a poker pleb I guess) If I didn't think c/c c/c donk river on flushes looked strong I'd prefer it over raising flop or turn though

new shit has come to light... a-and... shit! man...Last edit: 04/10/2018 12:58

lebowski   Greece. Oct 04 2018 14:55. Posts 8996


  On October 03 2018 07:50 Stroggoz wrote:
the math part: he is calling with a lot of equity and can win a lot by donk leading river big when he hits.


btw that math didn't check out in this hand
judging from this HH moglimiranda isn't calling turn to donk this kind of river so I'm guessing he expects Linus to be shoving such rivers frequently (which would make turn call great), not sure this applies to nitstakes though

new shit has come to light... a-and... shit! man...Last edit: 04/10/2018 15:10

 

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