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shortstack loose??? - Sat Jul 09, 2011, 05:47 AM
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getting involved by bigblind and getting paid 3 to 1 when my openended hits!!!


PokerStarsspel #64327235716: Toernooi #411630508, Freeroll Hold'em No Limit - Level V (75/150) - 09/07/2011 11:41:13 CET [09/07/2011 5:41:13 ET]
Tafel '411630508 195' 9-max Plaats #5 is de button
Plaats 1: cira7676 (1200 in chips) is sitting out
Plaats 2: Freelaker (4580 in chips)
Plaats 4: StorkN (1125 in chips) is sitting out
Plaats 5: mark1denton (2890 in chips)
Plaats 6: axika55 (20320 in chips)
Plaats 7: 77wopke77 (1295 in chips)
Plaats 8: backy269 (660 in chips) is sitting out
Plaats 9: Timonoff (2075 in chips)
axika55: zet small blind 75
77wopke77: zet big blind 150
*** GESLOTEN KAARTEN ***
Gedeeld aan 77wopke77 [Qc Ks]
backy269: foldt
Pokerhund 59 heeft verbinding
Timonoff: callt 150
cira7676: foldt
Freelaker: callt 150
StorkN: foldt
mark1denton: foldt
axika55: callt 75
77wopke77: checkt
*** FLOP *** [Tc Js Ts]
axika55: checkt
77wopke77: bet 150
Timonoff: raiset 600 naar 750
Freelaker: callt 750
axika55: foldt
77wopke77: raiset 395 naar 1145 en is all-in
Timonoff: callt 395
Freelaker: callt 395
*** TURN *** [Tc Js Ts] [4c]
Timonoff: bet 780 en is all-in
Freelaker: callt 780
*** RIVER *** [Tc Js Ts 4c] [Jc]
*** SHOWDOWN ***
Timonoff: toont [9s 8s] (twee pair, Boeren en Tienen)
Freelaker: toont [8d Jh] (een full house, Boeren over Tienen)
Freelaker won 1560 van bij pot
77wopke77: toont [Qc Ks] (twee pair, Boeren en Tienen)
Freelaker won 4035 van hoofd pot
Timonoff is op de 3032e plaats in het toernooi geëindigd
77wopke77 is op de 3033e plaats in het toernooi geëindigd
borisov14 heeft verbinding
*** SAMENVATTING ***
Totale pot 5595 Hoofd pot 4035. Bij pot 1560. | Rake 0
Board [Tc Js Ts 4c Jc]
Plaats 1: cira7676 foldde voor de Flop (bette niet)
Plaats 2: Freelaker toonde [8d Jh] en won (5595) met een full house, Boeren over Tienen
Plaats 4: StorkN foldde voor de Flop (bette niet)
Plaats 5: mark1denton (button) foldde voor de Flop (bette niet)
Plaats 6: axika55 (small blind) foldde op de Flop
Plaats 7: 77wopke77 (big blind) toonde [Qc Ks] en verloor met twee pair, Boeren en Tienen
Plaats 8: backy269 foldde voor de Flop (bette niet)
Plaats 9: Timonoff toonde [9s 8s] en verloor met twee pair, Boeren en Tienen
 
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Sat Jul 09, 2011, 09:54 AM
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where you went wrong on this one was that you should have folded to the raise on the flop. You only had an open-ended straight draw (8 outs... IF.... nobody hits a full house, because then you're drawing dead). With a pair on the board, especially with a broadway straight card being the pair and four people in the pot... most of the time, someone will have trips that can easily improve to a full house.

If this is from a PSO game, you're not into positive points yet, since it's early.... you you only want to be going all-in with a made hand... not on a draw.
 
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Sat Jul 09, 2011, 10:00 AM
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it's getting harder day by day because i am reading inproving( i am trying) learning etc. waiting for my shots to come getting shortstacked seeing how people who are not even on the leaderboard are stacking chips if they are getting peanuts in a peanut plant.

frustrating
 
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Sat Jul 09, 2011, 10:00 AM
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tnx anyway lol we keep it up
 
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Sat Jul 09, 2011, 12:41 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 77wopke77 View Post
it's getting harder day by day because i am reading inproving( i am trying) learning etc. waiting for my shots to come getting shortstacked seeing how people who are not even on the leaderboard are stacking chips if they are getting peanuts in a peanut plant.

frustrating
Envy has no place in poker.
Degrading your decision process in hopes of "changing" perceived bad runs of "luck" will only result in changing your decision process...not your luck.

Do not lose the forest thinking only about the trees.
Those people who you lose to via suck outs are NOT all one person. YOU are one person. "They" are various different people, making a variety of mistakes, but YOU are the only person who is effected by THEIR mistakes.

YOU cannot control what "they" do, you can only ADJUST to what you've seen "them" capable of doing, to make it more profitable for you to play them.
YOU cannot control "luck"; sometimes you will do everything right and lose, sometimes you will do everything wrong and win. I'd rather do everything right, win OR lose, for that has more long term sustainability.
 
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Sat Jul 09, 2011, 05:23 PM
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How about pushing pre-flop? We're down to 8½BB, so 3 folds would be great (if unlikely). We're OOP post-flop, but we rate to be favorite against their limping range if we get it all in now.
 
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Sun Jul 10, 2011, 04:39 AM
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How about pushing pre-flop? We're down to 8½BB, so 3 folds would be great (if unlikely). We're OOP post-flop, but we rate to be favorite against their limping range if we get it all in now.
It's not wise to push here because these 3 opponents are fools, i've seen them call almost Every whole Card they get. I was trying to get points here.
 
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Mon Jul 25, 2011, 05:23 PM
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just fold KQ pre there imo, tighten up more
 

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