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11 hands that kicked me out - Mon Oct 31, 2011, 10:38 AM
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Ok i post this with a general meaning because i made mistakes enough to get to this point of playing these hands aspecially the last one 7d8d is realythe worst one becaus ei was so sick and tired ofplaying at that point i just had to reload my energy lol

the only thing i want to know here if the excuse of a shortstack shove what most of them are is justified or i should have waited for a better spot.

it's to difficult to tell about all the players and villains involved in the hands and some of the hands are obvious and just unlucky i know but i want to know if u guys played this the same way or just think about playing these hands with thes stacks???

 
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Mon Oct 31, 2011, 11:32 AM
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First thing, I'm assuming these are all league games. If they are not, then my answers on some of these can change.

first hand: unless it's right on the bubble, no problem playing AK there at all

second hand: read on opp would mean alot. If they were playing tight, then I'd probably muck. If they were playing loose and stealing alot, then I'd be more apt to play it. If you do play it, like the push.

third hand: too many chips to push preflop. If I'm playing it, I'm making a std open raise and only pushing if I hit the flop.

fourth hand: with that many chips in the pot and less than 7BB left, I'll take my chances and hope I'm in a race.

fifth hand: to an UTG min raise, I'm mucking that basically every time and hope for a better situation.

sixth hand: if I'm shoving an ace from early position with a playable stack, it needs to be suited or have straight potential. Due to that, I'm mucking it.

seventh hand: I'd have called the flop, instead of shoving. Opp raised preflop and then c-bet (meaning they have something). You only have ace high and an OESD. I wouldn't push unless I hit the straight.

eighth hand: I'm not shoving without a made hand. I'd call preflop and if I didn't hit a part of the flop, then it's a muck.

ninth hand: no problem. Call their re-raise preflop and ship a flop with no overs... I'd do that all day long. That one is a bigtime cooler.

tenth hand: call and see the flop. I don't want to be putting all my chips in without a made hand, especially into a 3-way pot. It's way too early to be shoving a non-made hand.

eleventh hand: In a league game, where you get penalized for an early out, even though I've got 9 outs to the flush (36% equity), I'm mucking it.... I'd have never seen the flop with it that early. In a regular sng or mtt, I'd be more apt to call it, especially if the opp had showed marginal hands at best in pots before... but even then, the pot odds make it a muck.

If you get to the point that you're tired of playing, then don't register for the tourney. Take some time off and then get back to playing your 'A' game.
 
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Wed Nov 09, 2011, 05:34 PM
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Ok i post this with a general meaning because i made mistakes enough to get to this point of playing these hands aspecially the last one 7d8d is realythe worst one becaus ei was so sick and tired ofplaying at that point i just had to reload my energy lol

the only thing i want to know here if the excuse of a shortstack shove what most of them are is justified or i should have waited for a better spot.

it's to difficult to tell about all the players and villains involved in the hands and some of the hands are obvious and just unlucky i know but i want to know if u guys played this the same way or just think about playing these hands with thes stacks???

Hi can some one tell me how to put multiple hands in a replayer like this one.
 
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Wed Nov 09, 2011, 06:13 PM
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Chuckkky, please try to only put 1 hand per thread. It makes it alot easier for all of us to reply to it.
 
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Wed Nov 09, 2011, 06:15 PM
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Hi can some one tell me how to put multiple hands in a replayer like this one.
Load all the hands in sequence into a single, seperate folder in replayer.

Then when you use the build link feature, there is an option to use the single hand highlighted or to include all hands. That second option just changes the link text, and when you copy/paste that it will link to all the hands in that folder, in one sequential replayer box, as above.

Not great for hand analysis threads, but can be useful.

Ed from Edinburgh - EdinFreeMan
 
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Wed Nov 09, 2011, 06:16 PM
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I dont want to post them I just want to reveiw a few of my own sessions from HH without having to read them. Thanks
 
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Wed Nov 09, 2011, 06:34 PM
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Load all the hands in sequence into a single, seperate folder in replayer.

Then when you use the build link feature, there is an option to use the single hand highlighted or to include all hands. That second option just changes the link text, and when you copy/paste that it will link to all the hands in that folder, in one sequential replayer box, as above.

Not great for hand analysis threads, but can be useful.

Ed from Edinburgh - EdinFreeMan
Thanks Ed I had been trying for a while and just coudn't get.
Got it now CHEERS
 

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