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$2.20 NL Hold'em [Turbo, Progressive Super-Knockout] - Sat Oct 18, 2014, 06:30 AM
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Hy all,

I just finished my second profitable Progr. KO turnament and I will resume this last one just to see what can I inprove.

I started very bad, calling more speculative hands and arrived to 25BB when I got TT vs KK:



My stack is now (whit a lot of luck) at 55BB.
After some up and down got 8 K played a little bit scared but with 27BB result:



Here comes another hand that I think i didn't played well but helped me survive, again to 27BB:



Q 8 and I am almost 13BB:



After a long bubble period here comes my A K with 2 bounty and a ride to 40BB:



AJ vs 9T and another bounty



And this is the point when I am getting down AJ vs A6:



And the "get out of here" hand, the monster AA



Based on the hands I posted can you please help me with some advices?
I know that I am not a good player but just want to improove this.

Thanks in advance and GL to tables
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 07:11 AM
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My advice is unless you have a post flop plan just fold the K5 and K8 hands preflop.
They will put you in some tough spots, not knowing what to do.
Good Luck
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 07:31 AM
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Thanks for the advice chuckkky
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 11:51 AM
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You should never open limp (just call the big blind when no one has entered the pot) like you did on the K8 and the AJ hands.
Also, in the Q8 hand you can never call a 1500 raise when you have 3000 behind. Its either shove or fold. You can't just be calling that raise. What if you don't hit a pair on the flop? You fold? And lose half your stack?
Also, if you haven't heard about the Gap Effect, you should read about it. It says you need a better hand to call a raise then you would need to raise. The K5 hand comes to mind. K5 'could' be okay to raise from late position (but even then it's thin) but it's NOT good enough to call a raise from middle position.

Good luck on the tables!
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 11:59 AM
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**moved to more appropriate forum JWK24**

If you want to get advice on a particular hand, please post the hand (1 hand per thread please) in the basic poker hand discussion section along with all relevant information about the hand. What type of game it's from, reads on all of the opps, etc... then we will be able to help you better.

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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 12:09 PM
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Hy simon....thank you for the reply and for the advices.
I those situations with K8 and AJ I should raise? And if yes 2-3 BB is ok or I just scary the opponents with more?
Regarding the Gap Effect I havent heared but I will read about this.

Thanks again!
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 12:11 PM
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Sorry John...I am new and don't know all the stufs around

Thanks for moving my thread
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 12:37 PM
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Def raise the AJ hand. Make a standard raise of 2-3bb, depending on what stage the tournament is in.
I would fold the K8. K8 is not good enough a hand to play under-the-gun.
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 12:43 PM
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notice your advices...I also watched you on some tables

thanks
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 01:25 PM
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You should never open limp (just call the big blind when no one has entered the pot) like you did on the K8 and the AJ hands.
+1 If the hand isn't strong enough to raise with, it needs to be folded.


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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 01:57 PM
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Something like this?

 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 02:20 PM
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In the TT hand, unless the opp is a total maniac, this is a fold on the flop.

I need to call 2915 into a pot that will be 10480 (27.8%). I have 2 outs and will get to see both the turn and river, so each out is worth 4% from the rule of 4 and 2.
Since my hand is only worth 8%, I expect to lose 19.8% of my chips each and every single time on average if I call.

I want to be making plays where I expect to gain chips, not lose them, so when I expect to lose chips, I need to fold.

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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 03:18 PM
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I understand. Untill now most of my winnings I think where based on luck
Alot of things to learn...
 
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Sat Oct 18, 2014, 04:59 PM
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Regarding the Gap Effect I havent heared but I will read about this.

Thanks again!
Gap concept, my bad!
 

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