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Hands I played - Fri Jun 14, 2013, 08:20 AM
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Fri Jun 14, 2013, 09:08 AM
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This is play money isnt it?

Just looks like people clicking buttons.
 
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Fri Jun 14, 2013, 10:34 AM
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Fri Jun 14, 2013, 10:49 AM
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Hi,

Agree with the clicking buttons comment, typical play money nonsense here. I don't think you intended to get analysis on these, I think you were just sharing them, but a few points:

QQ: Raise a bit more initially over 3 loose limpers, and when the action comes back to you after the 3b to 40, don't min-raise, that just bloats the pot and keeps everyone in. At this point with 136 in the pot, super loose callers (typical in play money) and only 387 behind the correct play is to simply move all in. And pray, because you'll likely need the QQ to hold up multi-way against 2-3 somewhat random hands.


AK: Same comments. Min-4-betting is bad sizing, raise more. Flop: don't continuation bet here ever, check and give up. In a 5 way pot betting when you miss is just burning chips, someone will have something and call. Bet it hard for value when you have a hand, but give up AK when it misses.

AJ: I would just call pre, don't like bloating the pot out of position here. Flop I think is a fold to the raise and subsequent action, even in play money.


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