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#2 My fail NL2 hands - Fri Jan 13, 2012, 11:20 PM
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Should I risk like this for Straight?:/

Did I have to call him after the turn?
 
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Fri Jan 13, 2012, 11:23 PM
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Hmm
 
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Fri Jan 13, 2012, 11:48 PM
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This can often happen too-.-

And from every kind of lose when I actually had something useful in my hand I lose much(more then I earn)$
 
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Fri Jan 13, 2012, 11:57 PM
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When flop shows up I'm bluffing Ace while waiting for lucky straight...then there was just a hope for river for straight and kept bluffing...and after river poor try of making him fold;/

...and my cashier got down to 5.53$

spent 58$(16.5$ I threw away like IDIOT and I understand that,but can't understand how am I in such a bad minus with left money...) in 3 days and point was to EARN some $ while playing
 
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Sat Jan 14, 2012, 01:22 AM
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FFS,here comes my last hands on 2 different tables(in same time)




I feel so helpless;/
And on this one where I had 2$ wanted to leave before BB because I made 2$
4th & 5th time in a row I lose big with AA :O

I'm out of here,if someone think I should change tactic or something feel free to tell,I don't wanna spend any more $ on online poker..would be happy if I stayed on same amount of $ that I had when first time bought chips so I play for fun+VPP but this is just unbelievable,how does people who are earning for life on online poker doing that??
 
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Sat Jan 14, 2012, 01:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Urosh92 View Post


Should I risk like this for Straight?:/

Did I have to call him after the turn?

Hi Urosh,

Please only post 1 hand for analysis at a time, we don't want multiple hands to be analyzed in a single thread, because it gets way too confusing with multiple discussions going on.

In this hand, I definitely don't like calling on the flop. The guy is over betting in a multi-way pot so it is very likely he has an ace (or the caller does). So it's pretty sure you need to catch a ten. That's 4 outs which is about 11-1 against hitting on the turn. You're calling .16c so to make this call profitable you need to be able to recover more than 11x that or $1.76. The pot contains .44c already and you have another .48c to get in on the turn if you it, but that's only .92c if you get called by 1 of them, and $1.40 if they both pay you off... well short of the $1.76 required to make the call break even. So unfortunately this is a fold. If we had a deeper stack where we could win a lot more when we spike a ten, that could swing it to a profitable call, assuming we feel reasonably confident the opponent(s) will give us the action.

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