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Old 05-18-2017, 05:58 AM   #1
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Incorporating more bluffs (hand history)

Lately I have been trying to incorporate more bluffing in my live 1-2 NL games. The following is a hand played last week at Foxwoods CT.

Blinds 1$-2$
I straddled 4$ from UTG

I looked down at AcQh.

I had 5 callers and when the action was back to me I made it $20 to go.

One person on my immediate left made the call and we went heads up to a flop. ($60 in the pot)

Flop came 5c5s10d

I lead out for $40.

The villain raised to make it $100. (At this point I had $300 behind and villain had $200)

I came over the top and made it $260 togo.

He tanked for quite some time and eventually made the fold.

Questions and comments please. I'm not sure about the line I took and how often I could expect a fold in that spot. He was getting a good price to call and both our stacks were low which rules out continued barreling.
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Old 05-18-2017, 08:57 AM   #2
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Re: Incorporating more bluffs (hand history)

That was a really dry board I think you played it perfect but your couldeve bet less and he would prbly still fold most of the time

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