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2NL Suited connectors BB - Thu Apr 17, 2014, 08:01 AM
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Hi guys i'm new to the cash game scene and was wondering if i could get a review on how i played these suited connectors.

This was the first hand of the table so all these guys were new to me.

Thanks
 
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Thu Apr 17, 2014, 08:48 AM
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Thu Apr 17, 2014, 03:10 PM
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Call preflop is ok with two villains calling opener, if everyone would fold i suggest you also fold, especially being new to cash games and OOP is always hard to play with 8 high. Flop is kinda 50/50, because we are not drawing to nuts, if J hits, KQ beats us, if villain 1 bets turn, fold. Obviously QJ beat us on the river, but at 2NL villains will pretty often raise here with sets, two pairs etc., that you can call minraise.
 
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Thu Apr 17, 2014, 05:21 PM
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hi xtrey,

I think your call preflop is perfect we are closing the action getting a great price in a multiway pot and these are the spots you want to play suited connectors, being in pos. would be better. but calling here is fine.

on the flop you could either x/call or x/raise here. I think either is ok. in the micro stakes I probably lean to the x/call because I don't think anybody is folding a pair here.

on river I would have re raised for value the other guy is all in so I think we can play a side pot vs the button.

John
 
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Thu Apr 17, 2014, 05:45 PM
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I don't think I play a street differently here.

Nice hand, pity you had to shre it with the BTN though.

Not sure what villain 1 had but what on earth did he fold on the river that could call 35c and not the extra 16c. Little bit weird from him.
 

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