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Grinding to NL5

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Hello guys!

Yesterday I didin't posted a blog becouse i had and awfull evening and it started from..:

First, after great last week run on Pokerstars (+50$ playing rush NL2 6-max tables mostly) i had little downsing. It was standarts I could say such as:

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And the third hand i lost all in was post flop.  IF SOMEONE IS READING MY BLOG PLEASE TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THIS PLAY.

I had  vs OPPONENT  (didin't wrote his hand becouse i want YOU to think what he had). Heres what happened pr flop:

 I raised pr flop he 3-betted (minraise) me to 12cnt i 4-bet to 30,he calls.

FLOP CAME  Pot allready was ~62-66cnt. He checked I c-bet 40cnt and He pushed his ~1,2$ so I just had to call. And he showed his . TURN X and for more pain offcourse the river was .

So what do you think about AA vs J9 hand? I think that his pay pr-flop was deffinetely bad. But post flop - probably i should folded,right? Becouse usualy who raises on rush its flopped set or straight as in this scenario.

Well after few hours i managed to comeback to game and ended up my 2h session at breaking even.

I hope you will leave me YOUR oppinion about 3rd hand i posted.

Thank you and see you all at the tables!

Spiekas

 

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