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Rask1ad's Bankroll Builder - Sun Jan 27, 2013, 07:16 AM
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This is my first post in this forum. I'd like to know if I qualify for this promotion? I've already passed poker basics quiz
 
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Sun Jan 27, 2013, 09:34 AM
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Hi, there! I've just attended a Getting start live session. What should I do next?
 
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Tue Jan 29, 2013, 03:32 PM
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Such hand I've played. Should I bet on the flop after 3 checks? And how to play on the turn?

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Hi, there! I've just attended a Getting start live session. What should I do next?
Did you find the Live Training Session helpful? Is there anything that you would like to discuss?

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Such hand I've played. Should I bet on the flop after 3 checks? And how to play on the turn?
Your pre-flop raise sizing is ok and to make things that much sweeter on the button with QQ, I'd make it a bit bigger and raise it up 4x the big blind +1bb for each limper(1500 to 1800) to build a pot and thin the field down.

On the flop, we have the initiative and in position, a continuation bet is perfect, I'd make it about 1/2 pot for pot control just in case we get looked up with a weak Ax or Kx and to maybe get thin value from a range of Jx or Tx.

On the turn, there are 2 lines we can take:
1.) Bet a little less than half pot to maybe get a range of Kx or Jx to fold.

2.) check back the turn and re-evaluate the river.

If we bet the turn just half pot, almost half of our stack is now committed, the stack to pot ratio is no ready for the villain to jam the river and there is a good chance we can be beat.

If we check back the turn, it helps keep the pot small as there are 2 over cards present just in case we decide to call a river bet without committing our stack.



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