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Handnr: 923477
Submitted by : EvilSky

***** Hand History for Game 11005487762 *****
$600 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Wednesday, October 19, 11:50:03 EDT 2011
Table Table 195038 No DP Real Money
Seat 6 is the button
Total number of players : 6/6
Seat 1: I1I1I1I1I1I1 $645.60 USD
Seat 3: Monzar $346.07 USD
Seat 6: SpewIsImba $600 USD
Seat 4: Hero $631 USD
Seat 5: floriiiii $627 USD
Seat 2: gevel $1,148.44 USD
I1I1I1I1I1I1 posts small blind [$3 USD].
gevel posts big blind [$6 USD].

Holecards
Dealt to Hero [Th9d ]
Hero raises [$18 USD]
floriiiii folds
SpewIsImba folds
I1I1I1I1I1I1 folds
gevel calls [$12 USD]

Flop (Pot : $39.00)

   6d7h8h
gevel checks
Hero bets [$32 USD]
gevel calls [$32 USD]

Turn (Pot : $103.00)

   6d7h8hTs
gevel checks
Hero bets [$88 USD]
Monzar has left the table.
gevel calls [$88 USD]

River (Pot : $279.00)

   6d7h8hTsTd
gevel bets [$276 USD]
GERMANY1933 has joined the table.
Hero is all-In [$493 USD]
gevel calls [$217 USD]
gevel shows Tc8d a full house, Tens full of Eights .
Hero doesn't show Th9d a straight, Six to Ten.
gevel wins $1,262 USD from the main pot with a full house, Tens full of Eights .

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Ket    United Kingdom. Oct 19 2011 12:34. Posts 8665

i havent played nlhe in a long time but i dont get why u shove riv instead of calling.. he's not folding chops and rarely value betting worse (very few unboated Tx combinations)

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EvilSky    Czech Republic. Oct 19 2011 12:40. Posts 8915

yeah I wasnt sure if its a jam or not, I decided to do it because of Tx he might have and the unlikelihood of me being beat given my blockers. I think its close either way.


EvilSky    Czech Republic. Oct 19 2011 12:41. Posts 8915

he is a fish person btw


SirCrapalot   Sierra Leone. Oct 19 2011 13:10. Posts 115


  On October 19 2011 11:41 EvilSky wrote:
he is a fish person btw

meowwww 

Joe   Czech Republic. Oct 19 2011 14:45. Posts 5987

His potsized river bet makes it kinda unlikely for him to have anything else than bluff or straight or better. I think this shove is pretty bad unless you already saw him do something similar with weaker value hands and then call more.

there is a light at the end of the tunnel... (but sometimes the tunnel is long and deep as hell) 

Fraser   Canada. Oct 19 2011 15:37. Posts 4605


  On October 19 2011 13:45 Joe wrote:
His potsized river bet makes it kinda unlikely for him to have anything else than bluff or straight or better. I think this shove is pretty bad unless you already saw him do something similar with weaker value hands and then call more.


YoMeR   United States. Oct 19 2011 20:19. Posts 12435

Even if he's a fish. fish just don't pot river w JJ here...or at least from my experiences.

eZ Life. 

Stroggoz   New Zealand. Oct 19 2011 20:21. Posts 5121

agree with joe and imo this is really awful especially for someone as good as you, and your burning maybe $100 here.

One of 3 non decent human beings on a site of 5 people with between 2-3 decent human beingsLast edit: 19/10/2011 20:22

EvilSky    Czech Republic. Oct 20 2011 07:46. Posts 8915

I cant say Im super happy with my jam, which is why I posted the hand. But after thinking about it Im still not sure if its bad or not. If we exclude sets for flatting the flop and heavily discount J9 for flatting turn and then donking river, so the debate comes as how he would play JT-AT on the river (on the flop Im pretty comfortable to assume this player will call any gutter). Does he pot it when hitting runner runner trips on the river? If he does then we got a clear valueshove since we dont expect him to ever fold, if he doesnt play those hands this way then its clearly bad. Im still non decided on what I think, but I have a suspicion that he would.


 

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