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Handnr: 897485
Submitted by : terrybunny19240

PokerStars Game #59416400096: Holdem No Limit ($1/$2 USD) - 2011/03/18 17:42:52 ET
Table Malzovia XIII 6-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: fat jo 087 ($200 in chips)
Seat 4: Dustangel ($271.65 in chips)
Seat 5: FrogOnAcid88 ($147.35 in chips)
Seat 6: night2o1 ($205 in chips)
hoopin247 leaves the table
Dustangel: posts small blind $1
FrogOnAcid88: posts big blind $2

Holecards(Odds)
Dealt to night2o1 QdQs
night2o1: raises $4 to $6
fat jo 087: raises $12 to $18
Dustangel: folds
FrogOnAcid88: calls $16
night2o1: calls $12

Flop(Odds) (Pot : $55.00)

   Jh9h6d
FrogOnAcid88: checks
Eugenenin joins the table at seat #2
night2o1: checks
fat jo 087: checks

Turn(Odds) (Pot : $55.00)

   Jh9h6d3s
FrogOnAcid88: bets $32
rompefjes joins the table at seat #3
night2o1: raises $155 to $187 and is all-in
fat jo 087: calls $182 and is all-in
FrogOnAcid88: calls $97.35 and is all-in
Uncalled bet ($5) returned to night2o1

River (Pot : $495.70)

   Jh9h6d3sKh

Showdown
night2o1: shows QdQs (a pair of Queens)
fat jo 087: shows 3h3d (three of a kind, Threes)
night2o1 said, "rofl..."
fat jo 087 collected $105.30 from side pot
FrogOnAcid88: shows 4dJd (a pair of Jacks)
fat jo 087 collected $441.05 from main pot

Summary
Total pot $548.35 Main pot $441.05. Side pot $105.30. | Rake $2
Board  Jh9h6d3sKh
Seat 1: fat jo 087 (button) showed 3h3d and won ($546.35) with three of a kind, Threes
Seat 4: Dustangel (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 5: FrogOnAcid88 (big blind) showed 4dJd and lost with a pair of Jacks
Seat 6: night2o1 showed QdQs and lost with a pair of Queens

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terrybunny19240   United States. Mar 18 2011 18:10. Posts 13829

LOL

break time

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Stroggos   New Zealand. Mar 18 2011 18:21. Posts 1117

why not just get it in pre? fishie gave you some good dead money in the pot.


terrybunny19240   United States. Mar 18 2011 18:28. Posts 13829

the guy who 3bet me looked like a huge nit so I wanted to see how he acted on the flop. Hope it was the best play but dunno.

I can hardly believe that people are 3betting 33 ip. retards

 Last edit: 18/03/2011 18:43

LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Mar 18 2011 18:56. Posts 15125

Is it that bad when he will rarely get paid of in a single raise pot and you will fold a lot pre?
It sucks with the expert in blinds obv. but it might not be terrible if he fish wasn't there

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terrybunny19240   United States. Mar 18 2011 19:00. Posts 13829

i can discount sets in spots where he calls opens now
he doesn't get to see a flop with the fish in position and hit sets (except when the fish randomly cc's his 3bet)


boreHM   Netherlands. Mar 18 2011 19:03. Posts 1595

3betting small pairs is sort of standard
kinda stupid if there's a fish left to act that has 50+ vpip even if it means coldcalling though


zulu_nation8   United States. Mar 18 2011 19:05. Posts 1929

why not bet flop?


TalentedTom    Canada. Mar 18 2011 19:12. Posts 20070

flop lead here is v v v v good

you stack the fish and the reg generally plays face up

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terrybunny19240   United States. Mar 18 2011 19:18. Posts 13829

do I basically give up if the reg continue vs my lead?


whamm!   Albania. Mar 18 2011 20:11. Posts 11625

id prob bet flop keep the reg honest since fish is around to keep him from fucking with you and hopefully stack the fish with any Jx and check turn if reg c/c flop, bet river etc etc

 Last edit: 18/03/2011 20:13

 

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