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2NL Zoom - bad poker play or just cool under pressure - Tue Jul 31, 2012, 11:47 PM
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I think there is something in my cash game to be able do this.

2NL Zoom with no reads but I don't know if this is bad poker play or just cool under pressure?

That sick feeling do not get this wrong? So how did I do this so right - good or bad play?

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Wed Aug 01, 2012, 01:27 AM
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Hi ForrestFive,

pre I would try to isolate one of the limpers by raising to at least 0.1. When BB raises to 0.2 here you should definitely fold since it is such a huge raise indicating you may well be dominated a lot of the time here. With just 100bb effective you do not really have any room postflop anymore and will risk getting money quickly in against a dominating hand when you flop a pair or draw.

Flop is a clear fold too with just overs and a backdoor draw for such a high price.

As played I would jam turn as a semibluff and get all the money in here now that you picked up additional outs and villain may sometimes indicate that he is giving up after checking to you.


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Wed Aug 01, 2012, 09:57 AM
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Thanks Felix,

Yes agree how I should play it. 100% raise to isolate but in these micros I know 75% of the time I will be called in the blinds and for some unknown reason the limper's call too. Here I just hold the button. When I get raised I know that player understands something and should c-bet most boards.

I mark cash players who raise red and limp orange. As the mouse moved over the raiser to label the player more information - and Russian.


So can we make any assumptions, not tight and not passive, perhaps a bit loose? I expected the c-bet and then the villain shut down on the turn. Why no second barrel?

As it played out yes I should have shoved the turn. My bet was just looking like value if the villain was thinking. Then came a great bluff card on the river for a club flush.


I didn't believe it and that's poker I suppose.

Last edited by ForrestFive; Wed Aug 01, 2012 at 09:59 AM.. Reason: cash label colour
 

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