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New Requests - Post here - Wed Sep 11, 2002, 03:50 PM
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Post all of your new requests with the hand number, description (so people will know what you are talking about and for correct identification of hand), and a reason why you want to see it analyzed.


You don't have to write an essay, but it will improve the chances of another student taking the time to give their opinion.

Please post them in this thread.
 
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77vsKK-spades/cardster-sat nlh - Mon Jan 13, 2003, 07:09 PM
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Starting hand #12676946


No limit holdem sat

midle of the game - 6 players

i had around 3 to 4k...blinds 150 / 300

i raise one bb in early midle positon with 77

button reraises 300

i call (as i remember at leats 1 or 2 more call to the flop)

flop comes with low cards and a 7

button goes all in and i call him

he had KK and busted on that hand

some discussion about the way the hand was played and if it was a bad beat

sorry but i was playing 2 tables (one final) and cant rememeber exactly the hand with all details

the KK was played by cardster and i told him that i would put the hand here so we may discusse that in detail

thanx for your oppinions about the play

spades
 
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Wed Jan 15, 2003, 04:33 PM
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Hand # 12749865

I raise pre flop W/AK get 1 caller. Bet the flop get called, When do I back off from the hand realizing that i'm a loser? Bet the turn and get Raised, know the other player is not on the J is it now time to fold? This is a weakness of mine taking the lead and not knowing when to let it go. Just think that the play on this hand might get me some help on this

Thief 21
 
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folding AA - Tue Feb 11, 2003, 04:04 PM
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Posted: 03 Feb 2003 18:04
Post subject: Folding AA, early tournay

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Hand No:13499734

This was my first PSO tourny (first hand) since WPO.

I get AA early and decide to trap to make a few chips.

Flop comes big cards and 2 players go all in.

I survived to make 12th place but could have busted 1st.
 
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hand 1596484 - Mon Mar 10, 2003, 09:52 PM
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i've been in the school about 3 monts and this hand ruined my chances fro a win in a 50 man tuornament. i think i bet it wrong on the flop and at the turn and looking for some advice.

had set Q's and 4to the flush, tried to trap and got burnt.


tosob
 
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Fri Apr 11, 2003, 08:12 PM
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#16,873,955

No limit ring game. raised on all three streets. calling with overcards.
 
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Thu Apr 17, 2003, 09:18 PM
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Quadtastic - hand 16,928,916



AQ v 44. I was the AQ and really couldn't see how anyone could play 44 or 4x after the raise from EP preflop, so figured my 2 pair was ahead. how wrong I was
 
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Fri Apr 18, 2003, 08:29 PM
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hand #17,281,278

3-6 HE ring game. I was in middle position with AA. UTG had raised
preflop, I 3 bet, he capped so I had him on a high pair the whole time. Not upset that my bullets were cracked, just wondering if I misplayed it.
 
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Sat Apr 19, 2003, 09:53 PM
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17,345,118

button lets the big blind in for free
and then makes a raise of a ragged flop

after giving the blind reasons to play.
 
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Sun Apr 20, 2003, 11:44 PM
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Two hands to consider.

17,353,934. NLHE Sat. I think this one is early yet, Small blind has AA and only completes the bet with several limpers. I think AA won, but it would generate discussion on AA in the SB or BB.


17,410,686. 3-6 Ring Game. (YES. We have ring games. A different animal than NLHE.) I limp in late position with j-9 Hearts.
Flop has 2 hearts. I raise on flop. Turn is a heart. Eventually J-9 hearts win with a heart flush.

Thanks.

Shane aka Jeff.
 
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Tue Apr 22, 2003, 03:49 PM
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i would like to see an analysis on hand number 17,478,044. this is a hand from bugsys real money play, i hope we can do these too, if not, please let me know and i wont post them anymore. thank you for the ifo or analysis!
 
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Wed Apr 23, 2003, 06:35 AM
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Hand # 17,353,431. This hand was from early in a sat 25/50 or maybe 50/100 blinds where KK limped from early position. Lots of limpers. flop was Q high. One play flopped a set, one had A-Q, and the KK (overpair). Things got wild on the flop and all 3 went allin.

I was not involved in this one, as I mucked some garbage preflop, but it seemed interesting.

What happens from here? Does Megan choose what to analyze? Does Barry review these and choose?

Shane aka Jeff
 
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Thu May 08, 2003, 08:47 PM
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Hand number 18,466,112 please, a NLHE sat.

The dangers of slow-playing aces. With blinds of 75/150, a bigger bet than the minimum would surely have took home the bacon pre-flop but how to navigate post-flop? Also, did the small blind have any right to expect his bottom pair was good when betting post-flop?
 
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Sun May 11, 2003, 05:13 PM
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Please post hand #18,596,117

I have to know how I should have played this one. I'm sure the other two that saw the turn would be interested in what we all holding as we all were thinking we had good hands. An all-in led to me and LP mucking with MUCH hesistation. This hand never reached river, I hope it qualifies for analysis.

Thanks
Ckyzxr
 
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Wed May 21, 2003, 06:05 AM
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Hand # 19,133,586

This one is from the later stages of a 5000 chips starter, 10 minute rounds. I had 7-4 in the BB and get a free look at a flop wiht 7-4-? with 2 diamonds. I think there were two smal blinds, SB #1 bets , SB #2 calls, and I make big raise. I know I was called by someone with 2 diamonds. I don't remember where we went allin at, but no strait or flush comes. The table talked about this hand for a little bit. Generally -- Does one play 2 pair aggressively and try to shut out the field, or limp along and hope the board does not make 3 flush, or an obvious strair, and/or pray for the board to pair??

thanks, Shane
 
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Sun Jun 01, 2003, 10:01 PM
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hand #19,919,772

This hand is a pretty much perfect example of sometimes having to wait to bluff.

I was the man doing the bluffing here, the person I was bluffing I had read as having a very weak post flop hand. I was correct that he had a very weak hand but what I did not notice is that his bluff on the flop was actually a semi bluff. He had hit the nut flush draw. I should have picked up on this earlier but I didnt, this led me to move all in on the turn hoping he would fold... he didnt as he still had his flush draw, and he was correct not to.

He completely missed his flush... but smiles merrily as he takes down a monster pot... with ace high.
 
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Fri Jul 25, 2003, 03:53 AM
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Hand #23,842,523

I have QQ in late position.

Blinds are 50-100 no antes

NLHE

EP raises 100 to 200

1 player calls, I raise to 400

SB and BB fold, EP and one other call

Flop is JKx rainbow

check check I bet 400

call fold

turn is As

EP bets 100, I go allin, get called.

I may be a little off on the details, but I do know that I went allin on the turn when the As came up.
 
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hand no. 25756807 - Fri Aug 15, 2003, 11:11 PM
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hand no. 25756807

AJo plays into a set and bluffs a win because of an overcard
 
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Thu Aug 28, 2003, 12:16 AM
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Hand #26927365 I'm in the big Blind. Kind of curious what the correct call would be.
 
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Analysis - Wed Nov 19, 2003, 03:45 AM
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Hand number 36,208,902

6 handed table of a small 35 person tourney(2 tables left) blinds around 150/300 (maybe the next level).

UTG folds, EP calls,(about 7500 in chips) it's folded round to me in the BB with Q 10o. (about 3000 in chips)I check. I'm not gonna raise an EP caller with that kind of hand (he may have been trying to trap with aces for all i knew) Flop is 10 7 5 (rainbow i think). With top pair and ok kicker I stick in a pot sized bet in an attempt to protect my hand.(maybe too large tell me what you think). I'm immediately raised by the EP. Stupid me who had already thought he may have been playing a monster decided to go and raise all-in (didn't stop to think i'm afraid, just clicked that button before i could stop myself)which is immediately called. I couldn't believe it when he showed 10 7o. First into the pot with that kind of hand what was he thinking? Going all in when i'd already considered he had a monster, what was I thinking? This would be a great hand to demonstrate how not to play hold 'em. I'm really ashamed of this one.....bad play all round.

Peter.
 

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