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Handnr: 822465
Submitted by : 4Kingell

***** Hand History for Game 20467704344 ***** (Full Tilt)
$25.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Friday, April 30, 06:12:00 ET 2010
Table Ballet (6 max) (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Seat 1: Hero ( $30.29 USD )
Seat 2: Kukuvs ( $27.08 USD )
Seat 3: r1verstar ( $37.99 USD )
Seat 4: maracana7 ( $27.72 USD )
Seat 5: Mr_Jack_X ( $25.00 USD )
Seat 6: siogyn ( $25.00 USD )
maracana7 posts small blind $0.10 USD.
Mr_Jack_X posts big blind $0.25 USD.

Holecards
Dealt to Hero JsAd
siogyn raises $0.85 USD
Hero raises $2.90 USD
Kukuvs folds
maracana7 calls $2.80 USD
Mr_Jack_X folds
siogyn folds

Flop (Pot : $6.90)

   2hJc2c
maracana7 checks
Hero bets $4.25 USD
maracana7 calls $4.25 USD

Turn (Pot : $15.40)

   2hJc2c6h
maracana7 checks
Hero bets $8.00 USD
maracana7 raises $16.00 USD
Hero.....

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4Kingell   United Kingdom. Apr 30 2010 06:17. Posts 1453

50/0 - small sample....

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vasoline73   United States. Apr 30 2010 06:33. Posts 791

No advice for the turn, but what's up with your bet sizing? Seems small on both streets, especially the turn. Half pot?


Oly   United Kingdom. Apr 30 2010 06:47. Posts 3574

In it goes, it's a 3bet pot. Your betsizing is very good for such a dry board. You can even go smaller unless a club turns. In this spot I'd be 3barreling half pot for value and for bluffs, though maybe not bluffing at 25nl lol.

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Dogan0s   United States. Apr 30 2010 06:47. Posts 902


  On April 30 2010 05:33 vasoline73 wrote:
No advice for the turn, but what's up with your bet sizing? Seems small on both streets, especially the turn. Half pot?



since you are 3betting him with AJ pf and you get a J high flop , isnt that what you expected to get it in vs him ? -.-
commited anyway on turn , ship ^^


vasoline73   United States. Apr 30 2010 06:51. Posts 791

I'm just stupid and didn't notice it was a 3bet pot -________- my bad


4Kingell   United Kingdom. Apr 30 2010 06:54. Posts 1453

Yeah - I committed on the flop and bet turn to make easy river ship - just not sure making a commitment on the flop is that clever. Getting fucking destroyed atm - in fact for last 2 months so whatever - don't think I am playing that bad but maybe I just suck. He had 66 fwiw.

If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles. Sun Tzu  

joLin   United States. Apr 30 2010 06:55. Posts 3818


  On April 30 2010 05:47 Oly wrote:
In it goes, it's a 3bet pot. Your betsizing is very good for such a dry board. You can even go smaller unless a club turns. In this spot I'd be 3barreling half pot for value and for bluffs, though maybe not bluffing at 25nl lol.


does it make a difference that the guy coldcalled and is not the original raiser?

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Oly   United Kingdom. Apr 30 2010 06:57. Posts 3574

oops I didn't notice that. It does make a difference in principle, but you have evidence that he may be a loose retard and tptk in a 3bet pot against that is def going in. I mean, he showed 66!

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4Kingell   United Kingdom. Apr 30 2010 07:02. Posts 1453


  On April 30 2010 05:55 joLin wrote:
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does it make a difference that the guy coldcalled and is not the original raiser?


But the cold call is almost never v strong PF is it? I always assign a mid PP or suited broadway type hand unless shown different.

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HeRoS)eNGagE   Canada. Apr 30 2010 08:22. Posts 10877

check behind on the turn if you dont know what to do when raised


4Kingell   United Kingdom. Apr 30 2010 08:49. Posts 1453


  On April 30 2010 07:22 HeRoS)eNGagE wrote:
check behind on the turn if you dont know what to do when raised



I bet this size to either shove over raise/call shove or to shove river - just doubting my effective mental "commit" on the flop Vs this kind of fish. Doubting a lot right now!!

TY for all comments.

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