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herocallz @ z00m - Mon Dec 23, 2013, 07:45 AM
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i iz herocaller :V
iz dat good call OTR? i guess that most ppl semibluff their FD or OESD at least once and FD missed OTR so i decided to call
 
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Mon Dec 23, 2013, 08:11 AM
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plz d0nt sp33k liek dis
 
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Mon Dec 23, 2013, 09:26 AM
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plz d0nt sp33k liek dis
OKz huney
 
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Mon Dec 23, 2013, 12:15 PM
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I mentioned this on another Hand Analysis I did. If you're going to steal from the SB, I'd recommend making it 2.5x rather than as you want to make give your opponent a worse price to see a flop where you will be OOP.

There's a general trend with your hands - you're very aggressive preflop and then go into your shell and become really passive postflop. This is a fairly wet flop so I can understand why you don't CBet, but in general I think you should look to tighten up a touch preflop and turn up the aggression postflop.

As played I'd CBet this turn 100% of the time. Your opponent has signalled disinterest by checking and this is the time to either take down the pot or try and encourage villain to call down with overcards, 6x or a flush draw.

Since you checked, calling is fine.

The river doesn't change much so I like the check/call as I think villain never has a jack here. Only some weird straight or two pair is now beating you.
 
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Mon Dec 23, 2013, 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by spand42 View Post
I mentioned this on another Hand Analysis I did. If you're going to steal from the SB, I'd recommend making it 2.5x rather than as you want to make give your opponent a worse price to see a flop where you will be OOP.

There's a general trend with your hands - you're very aggressive preflop and then go into your shell and become really passive postflop. This is a fairly wet flop so I can understand why you don't CBet, but in general I think you should look to tighten up a touch preflop and turn up the aggression postflop.

As played I'd CBet this turn 100% of the time. Your opponent has signalled disinterest by checking and this is the time to either take down the pot or try and encourage villain to call down with overcards, 6x or a flush draw.

Since you checked, calling is fine.

The river doesn't change much so I like the check/call as I think villain never has a jack here. Only some weird straight or two pair is now beating you.
i forgot to explain myself mb so here my thoughts:
really like in 100% of times, i dont think that he will fold to 2.5x bet when calling bet , mb it happens at higher stakes but def not here

noone is giving up their draws OTT or OTF, and i will fear any card OTT so i cant bet OTF for value/defense ... and i dont like betting this turn either since i can still be good and want to POTCONTROL, so if he bets river i can still call when the board isnt very scary , so my checking was all about POTCONTROL

i just dont see much of points in CBETing OTF cuz if he haz disinterest in hand , he will check it down anyway and i win anyway, and sometimes he will hit , yeah but im not checkcalling rivers where my hand doesnt look good (any heart, 4th card to straight etc)
 

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