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Handnr: 898760
Submitted by : terrybunny19240

PokerStars Game #59688242202: Holdem No Limit ($0.50/$1.00 USD) - 2011/03/23 18:34:50 ET
Table Gaea 6-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: night2o1 ($114.25 in chips)
Seat 2: Raiden66121 ($255.65 in chips)
Seat 3: beeny314 ($105.55 in chips)
Seat 4: Melwin10 ($87.75 in chips)
Seat 5: scanlobj ($100 in chips)
Seat 6: kissle100 ($50.40 in chips)
beeny314: posts small blind $0.50
Melwin10: posts big blind $1

Holecards(Odds)
Dealt to night2o1 4d4c
scanlobj: raises $2 to $3
kissle100: folds
night2o1: calls $3
Raiden66121: folds
beeny314: folds
Melwin10: folds

Flop(Odds) (Pot : $7.50)

   9h4s5d
scanlobj: bets $7.50
night2o1: raises $16.50 to $24
scanlobj: calls $16.50

Turn(Odds) (Pot : $55.50)

   9h4s5d8d
scanlobj: checks
night2o1: bets $41.50
scanlobj: raises $31.50 to $73 and is all-in
night2o1: calls $31.50

River (Pot : $201.50)

   9h4s5d8dQs

Showdown
scanlobj: shows 5h5c (three of a kind, Fives)
night2o1: shows 4d4c (three of a kind, Fours)
scanlobj collected $198.50 from pot

Summary
Total pot $201.50 | Rake $3
Board  9h4s5d8dQs
Seat 1: night2o1 showed 4d4c and lost with three of a kind, Fours
Seat 2: Raiden66121 (button) folded before Flop (didnt bet)
Seat 3: beeny314 (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 4: Melwin10 (big blind) folded before Flop
Seat 5: scanlobj showed 5h5c and won ($198.50) with three of a kind, Fives
Seat 6: kissle100 folded before Flop (didnt bet)

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terrybunny19240   United States. Mar 23 2011 18:36. Posts 13829

should I continue on the turn villain pretty much unknown

should I flat call down 3 streets since I don't have any dynamic

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 Last edit: 23/03/2011 18:37

Stroggos   New Zealand. Mar 23 2011 18:40. Posts 1117

raise flop, bet any turn, bet any river. That's the line i take


terrybunny19240   United States. Mar 23 2011 18:41. Posts 13829

why does it work for u
cool tho


Stroggos   New Zealand. Mar 23 2011 18:43. Posts 1117

no point in calling down, cause you can never fold a set. and you always get more value from betting than calling down, so getting it in like that is the best way


LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Mar 23 2011 18:44. Posts 15125

flatting flop is ok too no?

93% Sure!  

k4ir0s   Canada. Mar 23 2011 18:56. Posts 3460

i like flatting the flop and getting more aggresive on turn or river

cause your pretty much just raising your nut type hands on a board like that? seems better to flat flop to underrep your hand and for balance ;o

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Stroggos   New Zealand. Mar 23 2011 18:56. Posts 1117

yeah flatting flop is good too.


Arirang   Canada. Mar 23 2011 18:57. Posts 1673

Yeah, but villain's showing a lot of speed, I'd raise for value on flop before something ugly on turn lands and that kills the action (if the board gets more connected).


boreHM   Netherlands. Mar 23 2011 19:01. Posts 1595

this is just a cooler
two points:
1. I don't think you _have_ to call this preflop
2. why do you bet turn as if there's a huge draw out there?


rockman255   Canada. Mar 23 2011 19:05. Posts 4471


  On March 23 2011 18:01 boreHM wrote:
this is just a cooler
two points:
1. I don't think you _have_ to call this preflop
2. why do you bet turn as if there's a huge draw out there?



ya, a good example of when this is a turbofold pre is if the guy is like 19/17 and you have 1k hands and its pretty clear that his UTG PFR is like 7%, there are definitely people like that where you will just auto cooler yourself by flatting here

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Stroggos   New Zealand. Mar 23 2011 19:09. Posts 1117


  On March 23 2011 18:05 rockman255 wrote:
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ya, a good example of when this is a turbofold pre is if the guy is like 19/17 and you have 1k hands and its pretty clear that his UTG PFR is like 7%, there are definitely people like that where you will just auto cooler yourself by flatting here


really? if you can stack them when they are playing overpairs wouldnt setmining a 7% utg be rather profitable?


whamm!   Albania. Mar 23 2011 19:11. Posts 11625

i just raise vs fit/fold regnits here on flop , its pretty useless to overthink since they are all flat/evalute/fold turn faggots anyway, i dont want these nitty types to get a decent draw and start c/c turns vs you and fucking stack yo ass. against aggressive players i guess this is always a good flat flop raise turn spot


rockman255   Canada. Mar 23 2011 19:30. Posts 4471


  On March 23 2011 18:09 Stroggos wrote:
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really? if you can stack them when they are playing overpairs wouldnt setmining a 7% utg be rather profitable?



sounds like it, but i think you overset yourself a lot in the longrun(and have to fold all over the place), and just generally dont have as much equity with like 22-55. i could be wrong, i havent crunched some leet numbers or something.

by the way yeah, flop is like flattttttttttttttt i think

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