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Old 03-12-2014, 02:24 PM   #26
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Re: QQ Facing Flop All-in with All Undercards

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I'm used to seeing it this way:

Hero bets 20, V raises to 40, Hero reraises to 100 (or did you make it 120? or 140?), Villain shoves for 215.

Just a matter of personal preference perhaps, but I think people usually post each bet as the total amount rather than an addition to what they've already put in the pot on that street.
Thanks for the tip. I've spent some time trying to make my posts as clear as possible. I noticed that when you're neat and accurate, people tend to give you much better responses. The notation makes things neater. Using a standard for bet sizes can only help, too.

I guess it should look like:

Hero bets $20
V raises to $40
Hero re-raises to $140
V goes all-in for $215
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Old 03-12-2014, 02:34 PM   #27
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Re: QQ Facing Flop All-in with All Undercards

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Thanks for the tip. I've spent some time trying to make my posts as clear as possible. I noticed that when you're neat and accurate, people tend to give you much better responses. The notation makes things neater. Using a standard for bet sizes can only help, too.
You're definitely right about that. I won't even bother to read a post if it's not clearly written. The suits seem like a minor thing, but they help quite a bit.

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I guess it should look like:

Hero bets $20
V raises to $40
Hero re-raises to $140
V goes all-in for $215
Yeah, that makes a lot more sense to me.
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