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QQ in 3.30 rebuy - Sat Apr 09, 2011, 07:15 PM
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Now that I looked back at the hand I see a couple mistakes. Still want to put the hand out without talking to much about what I should have done. However, such a difficult decision on flop...
 
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Sat Apr 09, 2011, 07:26 PM
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P.S Villain was playing 26/6 over 35 hands
 
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Sat Apr 09, 2011, 08:01 PM
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Dont play the rebuy unless you are prepared to buyin a few times.
I am never folding the river that cheap.

Since this is a rebuy you need to think about a few things.
You lose this hand and establish a image of being loose and some one that gets married to a hand.
You also show that you dont fold cheap by calling or even shoving.

When you lose this hand you are adding chips to the table that you can get back later.
Consider it a investment for later when the rebuy if over.
 
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Sun Apr 10, 2011, 05:49 AM
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Yeah I am ready to rebuy.. Good points. I tend to think..ohh he has called some dumb hand and got lucky hitting his K. Establishing less tight image is also good and as for the very last comment. I notice however that in these tournaments with a lot of fish you can play hand outt of a 100 and someone still calls you while you hold AA. Because everyone goes crazy when it is a rebuy I oftenplay tight and just wait for that chance to double up.
 
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Sun Apr 10, 2011, 10:14 AM
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I agree with cookies. When I play a rebuy (not that often), I'm prepared to use 4 buy-in's. Those tournies will always be crazy until the rebuy period ends. I also agree with the table image comment, as that's something that can be VERY useful later in the tourney.
 

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