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NL2 FR KAs 4 way pot - Tue Oct 02, 2012, 01:47 PM
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UrGetinTaxed's Avatar
Since: Jan 2010
Posts: 189
Hi..
meh, i dint wanna c-bet here and get all folds,? i should of just shoved over villains 3 bet. do u think its wrong to call and see a safe flop tho first? was a bit scared of 88 and flush draw i wasnt worried, altho the flush card came on river.

usually i would just fast play here also.!
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http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...712_3CB5A1CEDA
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bare in mind these hands im sending in are my worst played hands, haha somtimes i play ok mostly

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Tue Oct 02, 2012, 03:54 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Hi again Taxed,

It's all good, we can all learn from hands played well and poorly alike! And it's a great way to plug leaks, posting the plays you're not sure about.

I see no reason not to continuation bet the flop, there are plenty of worse hands that can give us action here. Your line looks weird, check-raising, so it may induce a weird 3b by the villain. I think I'm comfortable committing and getting it in right here. If he's got 88 then nh, we still have 4 outs twice! lol We'll see spades, AQ/AJ, A8, etc as well here and are in great shape against all of those.

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Tue Oct 09, 2012, 03:35 PM
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yeah thanks, i think villain played his QQ starnge and it confused me a bit so i never shoved, looking bak im not sure tbh why i didnt, prolly i play too many tables somtimes and make mistakes, its always good too see others opinion, especially when i kno i played it bad
 

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