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/Jun/2013

I KO'd A PSO Team Member in the SOP Bounty game

By: JWK24 @ 02:47 (EDT) / 302 / Comment ( 3 )

I was hoping that everyone would want to take a shot at my bounty and keep giving me chips.  Well, I got exactly what I wanted early in it, as I was doubled up, then won 3 more huge pots.

The hand where I got my team bounty was with Arty and since I know he's a better player, he's more likely to be shoving a wider range when short-stacked (instead of playing like a nit and blinding away).  I picked up A5s in his BB and made a standard opening raise to 2.5BB.  I didn't want to make an abnormal raise that would immediately commit him, as I had other opps still to act too, but my plan was to call a short-stacked shove by Arty.  He shoved with K8s, which is the CORRECT play in his situation and my hand held.

 

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