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Old 02-22-2019, 05:37 PM   #101
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Re: Good turn, but spidey senses are tingling?

GG, I was going to reply, but your style of playing is so extremely different from mine (and most players in this forum), that it's not even worth it. I am pretty certain you'd get crushed in this game. (If you'd even sit in it.)
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Old 02-22-2019, 06:34 PM   #102
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Re: Good turn, but spidey senses are tingling?

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Would be interesting to rank all the streets by both Hero and OP. My 2 cents:

Fine:

Villain's flop call.
Villain's turn call.
Villain's river bet.

Meh:

Hero's preflop raise (especially given maniac on Button, limp/reraise seems much better to me, or even a juicer raise that could be played back).
Hero's flop bet (not horrible by any means, but checking is better imo).

Poor:

Hero's turn bet (especially given called by tight villain on the flop and picking up equity that we don't want to be blown off of).
Villain's preflop call.

Bad:

Hero's check on the river (allowing so many hands that would be willing to call a bet to check behind).
Villain's river call of the raise.

In the overall scheme of things / what would happen if roles were reversed, I think Villain outplayed Hero (apart from horrendous river call, which admittedly is so bad it can't be ignored).

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Old 02-22-2019, 07:32 PM   #103
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Re: Good turn, but spidey senses are tingling?

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The only clear mistake was V bet-call river.

I have to ignore the Ďthink he flopped a setí narrative to give advice on how I think both ranges should/did play this one.

Against a competent V I like less pre, certainly less otf, less ott and ck riv w A andK of spades, also ckr less w stacks so deep.

Against a competent H, I love Vs line flat flat bet, but then fold to 3x, mostly bet-folding even to a click bc no competent hero takes this line w worse with that much stack still in play.
I think my approach here as V would be to raise the turn bet, and raise any non-spade river. Against Hero here I think I would actually check back or bet/fold spade rivers fairly equally. I just donít see Hero having air here often at all.
But I do agree with you Amanaplan (here and often). Vís turn play actually isnít as putrid as I originally thought.
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