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Is this standard shove? - Mon Apr 28, 2014, 07:18 PM
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Is it standand shove with 18BB or can we argue for calling? As it is 15mins slow blind level deep stack tournament.


Full Tilt Poker Game #34179629395: MiniFTOPS Event #17 (Day 1b) (264531901), Table 43 - NL Hold'em - 200/400 Ante 50 - 04:35:01 IST - 2014/04/29 [19:05:01 ET - 2014/04/28]
Seat 1: PokernovaPL (14,700)
Seat 2: user353 (13,281)
Seat 3: adikumar2010 (6,861)
Seat 4: MatheusTomeBh (6,690)
Seat 5: Kelvin_Kerber (10,625)
Seat 6: dahotshot (7,345)
Seat 7: UgotaDirtyriveR (34,556)
Seat 8: Nice_Steady (4,750)
Seat 9: WhamBamShazam (10,950)
PokernovaPL antes 50
user353 antes 50
adikumar2010 antes 50
MatheusTomeBh antes 50
Kelvin_Kerber antes 50
dahotshot antes 50
UgotaDirtyriveR antes 50
Nice_Steady antes 50
WhamBamShazam antes 50
Kelvin_Kerber posts the small blind of 200
dahotshot posts the big blind of 400
The button is in seat #4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to adikumar2010 [Ks Ah]
UgotaDirtyriveR has 15 seconds left to act
UgotaDirtyriveR folds
Nice_Steady folds
WhamBamShazam raises to 800
PokernovaPL folds
user353 folds
adikumar2010 has 15 seconds left to act
adikumar2010 has requested TIME
adikumar2010 raises to 6,811, and is all in
MatheusTomeBh has 15 seconds left to act
MatheusTomeBh folds
Kelvin_Kerber folds
dahotshot folds
WhamBamShazam calls 6,011
adikumar2010 shows [Ks Ah]
WhamBamShazam shows [Js Jh]
*** FLOP *** [Jd 7s Kc] (Total Pot: 14,672, 2 Players, 1 All-In)
*** TURN *** [Jd 7s Kc] [4s] (Total Pot: 14,672, 2 Players, 1 All-In)
*** RIVER *** [Jd 7s Kc 4s] [7d] (Total Pot: 14,672, 2 Players, 1 All-In)
adikumar2010 shows two pair, Kings and Sevens
WhamBamShazam shows a full house, Jacks full of Sevens
WhamBamShazam wins the pot (14,672) with a full house, Jacks full of Sevens
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 14,672 | Rake 0
Board: [Jd 7s Kc 4s 7d]
Seat 1: PokernovaPL folded before the Flop
Seat 2: user353 folded before the Flop
Seat 3: adikumar2010 showed [Ks Ah] and lost with two pair, Kings and Sevens
Seat 4: MatheusTomeBh (button) folded before the Flop
Seat 5: Kelvin_Kerber (small blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 6: dahotshot (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 7: UgotaDirtyriveR folded before the Flop
Seat 8: Nice_Steady folded before the Flop
Seat 9: WhamBamShazam showed [Js Jh] and won (14,672) with a full house, Jacks full of Sevens


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Mon Apr 28, 2014, 07:29 PM
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You really shouldn't be flatcalling too many hands that shallow, jam and don't be results oriented OP
 
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Mon Apr 28, 2014, 09:35 PM
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Hi adikumar2010!

With 18BB, this is a perfect sizing for a re-steal, so I'm going to be looking for hands to be the second one into the pot and to shove over the initial raise. I also have a stack size that can do a considerable amount of damage to the majority of the other stacks, which will increase my fold equity.. which means that I can be re-stealing with lighter hands (I do want to have hands with some equity, so that they are playable if I'm called).

I get a min-raise and even have a hand at the very top of my range (would be looking to re-steal with even mid/small pairs and suited connectors down to 89s or 78s, let alone the better hands), so this isn't even going to be just a re-steal, I'm going to shove here for value.

Unfortunately, the opp won a flip, but the hand was well played.

Hope this helps and good luck at the tables.

John (JWK24)


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Mon Apr 28, 2014, 09:49 PM
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Thanks John, you explained everything very nicely and in complete detail. Can't ask for much better and deeper analysis than this.
 

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