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why oh why ? - Sun May 05, 2013, 06:49 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 1,507
Why do I try to be tricky in the PSO Open, when I know this will inevitably happen ?

PokerStars Hand #98160662913: Tournament #726271908, Freeroll Hold'em No Limit - Level III (40/80) - 2013/05/05 17:19:39 ET
Table '726271908 219' 9-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: Pokeheart (1670 in chips)
Seat 2: nv0013 (5970 in chips)
Seat 3: Bill Curran (2370 in chips)
Seat 4: EVGEN19851 (3630 in chips)
Seat 5: Estori (3160 in chips)
Seat 6: Dimian666 (6730 in chips)
Seat 7: Bango1168 (3160 in chips)
Seat 8: djoufrei (3930 in chips)
Seat 9: J. C. Castle (5485 in chips)
nv0013: posts small blind 40
Bill Curran: posts big blind 80
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Bill Curran [Kc Kh]
EVGEN19851: calls 80
Estori: calls 80
Dimian666: calls 80
Bango1168 has timed out
Bango1168: folds
Bango1168 is sitting out
djoufrei: raises 240 to 320
J. C. Castle: folds
Pokeheart: folds
nv0013: folds
Bango1168 has returned
Bill Curran: raises 320 to 640
EVGEN19851: folds
Estori: folds
Dimian666: calls 560
djoufrei: calls 320
*** FLOP *** [4s 8h 8c]
Bill Curran: bets 800
Dimian666: calls 800
djoufrei: folds
*** TURN *** [4s 8h 8c] [Qd]
Bill Curran: bets 930 and is all-in
Dimian666: calls 930
*** RIVER *** [4s 8h 8c Qd] [9h]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Bill Curran: shows [Kc Kh] (two pair, Kings and Eights)
Dimian666: shows [9d 9s] (a full house, Nines full of Eights)
Dimian666 collected 5580 from pot
Bill Curran finished the tournament in 4442nd place
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 5580 | Rake 0
Board [4s 8h 8c Qd 9h]
Seat 1: Pokeheart (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 2: nv0013 (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 3: Bill Curran (big blind) showed [Kc Kh] and lost with two pair, Kings and Eights
Seat 4: EVGEN19851 folded before Flop
Seat 5: Estori folded before Flop
Seat 6: Dimian666 showed [9d 9s] and won (5580) with a full house, Nines full of Eights
Seat 7: Bango1168 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 8: djoufrei folded on the Flop
Seat 9: J. C. Castle folded before Flop (didn't bet)



Last edited by Bill Curran; Sun May 05, 2013 at 06:52 PM.. Reason: wrong hand replayed
 
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Sun May 05, 2013, 06:58 PM
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Since: Jan 2013
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Sounds to me like even if you shoved the flop or even prflop hes calling some of them like playing bingo with low pockets, i would only shove 99 on the button into a nit but some of them think 99 is a made hand.
 
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Sun May 05, 2013, 06:59 PM
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Since: Feb 2010
Posts: 4,540
I'm not sure reraising/betting/betting with a monster counts as 'tricky' play Bill

But I suppose in the context of the skill league, anything less than a preflop overbet shove is pretty sophisticated...

Super bad suck out on the river. Ouchy..

Ed
 
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Mon May 06, 2013, 08:09 AM
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Since: Oct 2011
Posts: 7,353
I'd make a bigger pre-flop raise. You're nearly always ahead (only AA is beating you) and you can get a lot more value from worse hands that are crazy enough to call. Big hands are so much easier to play when you define your hand with a big bet. When one villain makes it 320, you should raise to about 1000, and then get it all in on non-ace flops if villain makes the mistake of calling pre. When you make minbets and minraises, you are much more likely to get sucked out on.
As played, villain is never folding 99 on that flop, and you should be jamming it to charge him the maximum for trying to hit a 2-outer.


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Mon May 06, 2013, 09:32 AM
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Since: May 2012
Posts: 157
Pff, the play is good.
 

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