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duplicate Poker Hand #3: THE TURN (Dave, do not read!)

View Poll Results: What do you do NOW?
CHECK 6 66.67%
BET SMALL, 600 to 5175 (min bet to 25% pot bet) 2 22.22%
BET MEDIUM SMALL, 5176 to 6925 (25% pot to 33% pot bet) 0 0%
BET MEDIUM, 6926 to 10,385 (33% to 50% pot bet) 0 0%
BET MEDIUM LARGE, 10,386 to 13,700 (50% to 66% pot bet) 0 0%
BET LARGE, 13,701 to ALL IN (66% pot bet to ALL IN) 0 0%
ABSTAIN (a blnk vote for JDean to track results. Plz do not select!) 1 11.11%
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duplicate Poker Hand #3: THE TURN (Dave, do not read!) - Thu Aug 18, 2011, 01:33 PM
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Votes are IN...CALL WINS!

Action proceeds...

You decide to CALL 4125, leaving 27,875 behind.
POT = 16,625

TheLangolier studies each of the opponents in the hand for about 10 seconds, then looks at his chips.

He cuts out 4125.

He appears to do a visual on his remaining chips and cuts some more out making a partial count.

He then looks back at his opponents in a thoughtful manner, and after about 15 more seconds, calls 4125. (27,850 behind)

POT = 20,750

The dealer pats the table twice, and moves the burn card into the muck.

He then rolls over the turn card: 6d

The Board now shows: 7h Td 5h 6d

Lisa CHECKS.

Action is on YOU...what do you do?

CHECK
BET SMALL, 600 to 5175 (min bet to 25% pot bet)
BET MEDIUM SMALL, 5176 to 6925 (25% pot to 33% pot bet)
BET MEDIUM, 6926 to 10,385 (33% to 50% pot bet)
BET MEDIUM LARGE, 10,386 to 13,700 (50% to 66% pot bet)
BET LARGE, 13,701 to ALL IN (66% pot bet to ALL IN)
 
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Thu Aug 18, 2011, 03:24 PM
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I didn't know we were being this detailed about our actions... Ok den...stone faced, I turn and stare at dave's stack seemingly to count em down,i then cut out ten thou, then another three.i sit there scratching my whiskers for about 10 seconds I then return em to rejoin their buddies, reach up on the table with both hands for a split second, then very lightly and slowly tap the table twice with the finger tips of my left hand and check. lol
 
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Thu Aug 18, 2011, 04:04 PM
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Check.

Sigh, what a brick. This card can hit Dave's range, wouldn't be surprised if he bets this turn. If Dave bets I think we should fold, he's not betting worse than 2 pair, which leaves us only with our flush outs, which we probably wont get a good price to draw at. I think we can be fairly confident the librarian doesn't have a set now, still putting her on a scared pair of tens.
 
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Thu Aug 18, 2011, 09:00 PM
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i was tempted to semi bluff here, making it a small enough bet to see if we could get either of them to fold/getting to river for less than what dave may bet but seeing what the pot and our stack size would be by river made me think that might be a very bad idea so check it is.
 
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Thu Aug 18, 2011, 11:01 PM
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Check for me too, I don't like our chances.
 
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Thu Aug 18, 2011, 11:32 PM
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Since 89 is definitely in Dave's range he may have just hit the strait and 2 pair is also a definite possibility. I'm left cursing the fact we didn't raise pre. Will cast my vote tomorrow.
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 12:57 AM
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Originally Posted by TrumpinJoe View Post
Since 89 is definitely in Dave's range he may have just hit the strait and 2 pair is also a definite possibility. I'm left cursing the fact we didn't raise pre. Will cast my vote tomorrow.
+1 I've seen Dave play online (not that he's taken me out a time or 2... all with legit hands I had in his range, but did not totally expect. He's a solid player that knows what he's doing... whether the pro knows it or not).... 89 is WELL within his range... and I'd almost bet that if everyone checks to him... he'll try to represent it, whether he has it or not! That IS definitely within his persona at a table!

I'll think about my vote too.. and cast tomorrow evening. Multiple ways to play this, against Dave... let alone the others that we need to be worried about that are in the hand. We also need to be worried about the other two too, especially the pro! Never underestimate what type of play a pro may come up with... if you do, you'll be railed very quickly.
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 01:53 AM
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We will give this another 12 to 16 hrs for final votes to be cast.

I am targetting around 4pm US Central time for posting the next action!

Thanks.
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 07:50 AM
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Ill Bet small!

The Checks seems to easy. It looks like the the best option against the board, but with this less intel on Dave and the check from lisa( probably fishing chips) i am trying to buy the last card.

If Dave indeed played his wide range and we check and he makes the appearance of the 2p or the straight we have to fold and if he didn't hit he may call my small bet or even fold.

If Lisa picked up her set she will inmediatly raise after me and dave to push us out with this wet board and if she had AT or something she maybe call what gives my the cheap river

SO I GO FOR THE MINBET(25% 5175), a rasonable chance to pick up a nice pot to start day 2
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 10:17 AM
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Originally Posted by TrumpinJoe View Post
. I'm left cursing the fact we didn't raise pre.
+1
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 11:40 AM
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+1
i do to because i looks like we are gona be passive again like the last and with this hand now i would have some more info by now and we are still fishing in the dark!!

i rather folded by now, but now i am still not sure.

i stay with my point to bet small and provoce to make a good descission
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 01:06 PM
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A bet here is a semi-bluff (flush draw only as hitting our overcards isn't likely to be enough) representing 2 pair or better. My question: Is this a good position to represent and semi-bluff? Will worse call? Unlikely. Will better fold? Even more unlikely. Given that I must regrettably vote to check.
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 01:08 PM
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4k bet for me.
 
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Fri Aug 19, 2011, 05:31 PM
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ACTION PROCEEDS:

Votes are in, CHECK wins!

YOU CHECK.

POT = 20,750
BOARD = 7h Td 5h 6d

TheLangolier cuts out 13,500 from his stack (14,350 behind), and moves it into the middle.
POT = 34,250

Lisa goes into the tank. She considers her options for a good minute to a minute and a half.
She then snaps her head up and stares directly at TheLangolier, and CALLS.
POT = 47,750
(Lisa has 36,200 behind)

Action is on YOU!

What do you do?

FOLD
CALL
RAISE minimum (27,000 to go, leaving yourself 875 behind)
RAISE all in (making it 27,875 to go)

I will now open a new poll in another thread...
 

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