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BTN-vs SB play- 8.8 32k - Sun Jan 08, 2012, 01:21 PM
marvinsytan's Avatar
Since: Aug 2010
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when i have at least 20 to 30BB i love to open any 2 at the BTN

my opp - knows I love to steal in fact he already reraises me twice the moment I open in position both of them i folded of course

in this hand he chose to just call (big mistake) if he reraise me again i definitely fold again

flop - obviously i will not hit anything nor i will have any draw with my kind of hand i decided to just check to know what my opp will do

my opp bets 864 in a 2160 pot a bit small so i sense that he wants to take the pot right here but doesn't want to put chips in the middle

that's why if your going to bluff make it believable - raise harder around 75% if he reriase 75% of the pot i might believe him and fold already.

i decided to reraise in the hope of taking the pot down if my opp chose to 3bet me time to lay down my hand.

but my opp fold so nice pot without showdown// This is what you want to do win pots without showdown
Sun Jan 08, 2012, 07:38 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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*** moved to more appropriate forum since it's an example, not a hand with questions to be analyzed JWK24***


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