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self sabotage - Wed Jun 29, 2011, 05:07 PM
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Since: Jan 2011
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ive been doing good the last few days.climbing the LB. was in SB with 9 10os. blinds are 125/250.i call with just me and the BB. flop comes 9 10 K all diff suits. i bet the blind he raises to 1250. my instinct is that he has AK, but my gut says " he has QJ fold".from now on i will listen to my gut lol. good news is i went out with 31% of the players left so i will only lose 2 or 3 points.and still plenty of tourneys left to play. gl all while the month lasts and gl in the new month
 
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Large shove post flop - Thu Jun 30, 2011, 09:56 PM
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Since: Nov 2010
Posts: 63
Ur gut needs to be in tune with the way the table acts and your read on the players and if its a TAG table then chances are if someone reraises you large on a small pot they have the nuts and are not smart enough to get max value IF you read them correctly or they will shove to protect their hand on 2 pair also (had he had a possible higher 2 pair). With the PSO and freerolls however some players play any 2 to any raise and get lucky, the main thing is pot control - throw a 50% or 60% bet out there if the pot is small and 30% to 35% to get information and if he commes over top well, either he is bluffing and u folded the best hand, but you still have chips to fight another hand with.

Best of Luck on the felt
cheers The Hamster

Last edited by CDNHamster; Thu Jun 30, 2011 at 10:00 PM..
 

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