Can't help myself in this particular spot. I just think I can make him fold QQ-JJ. I am obviously beating busted FD's but I'd rather just jam incase he has had a FD and picked up a pair a long the way. Villain does like to chase a draws.
Going to the store now, buying some food for grindaments + 12 mins in the solarium. Poker players needs vitamin D and sun as well. Call me a cheater
Just home from the live tourney, and OMG those people are so bad I literally laughed when I walked out of the casino. They limp UTG and folds when 10bb jams behind, it's just atrocious.
Also worth to mention I was so card dead the whole evening, but still managed to come 9/31.
It started all so well with AQ OTB. Fish limps, fish min-raise and I 3x to ISO. Flop comes A255, I bet 70% pot on flop and turn and I increased my stack with 50% in the very first hand. I checked back the river, cause I knew that this guy very well could have chased a gutterball with 4 to a straight on board. However he flipped up AJ and said I was lucky. (lol AJ might not even be in my range in that spot...)
Not much to say after that I raised got re-reraised pre a few times without having anything I could do. Eventually a 10bb stack ships it in MP 6handed with AT, I snap call with 77, standart. Dry board but he binks T on the river. Now I'm pretty short, had like 5 BB and chipped up to almost 20bb just jamming so my table rep was beginning to be very loose, but I was not out of line that much. Just had bottom of the jamming range all the time.
Last hand when I busted I had AQ vs EP open 4.5x (lol sizing) I have to just hollywood ship this hand cause otherwise he might fold such marginal holdings. So I do that and he to he's credit tank calls 19bb with KQ. ATx flop J river, bye to me.
That being said I was surprised that I was able to stay patient even though I did not get a hand.
Biggest broadway was AQ, never had KQ or AK, or any PP above TT. No sets, nothing.
I won was basically just iso with SC and Gappers IP c-bet take it down a few times.
Even though I could not get anywhere I got my money in with 77 vs AT and AQ vs KQ. Cannot say that.
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Two sessions this saturday in the books, really low volume though. However I have stated that I will prioritize quality over quantity.
Total Profit: $285
VPIP/PFR 22.81/19.30 - I try to keep these two quite close to each other, I also think it's a sign of playing well. I rarely flat OOP, and I will keep it that way.
3-bet%: 8.5 - This is exactly where I should be.
Going to give myself mark on this sessions: A+ Game! Folded a lot to aggression post-flop except for one hand I will post below.
I might be ran over or exploited to a certain degree, but I don't think the games are so loose that they might appear to be. There are a few nits in disguise. Also people squeeze too much in general. They just SQZ w/e suited from BB vs CO open BTN Caller. When I flat good hands here that are very straight forward to play post-flop AKs for example I'm just letting them spew off some chips in spots where it's so damn obvious they will SQZ. Not going into names of regs, but there are a few complete r-etards out there. I like it though, cause with good hands playing low SPR IP, it's really straight forward and if they think they have an edge vs me thats reversed and they have to play on my terms.
A few hands from these sessions:
One hand where I Hero call a regular. I will not go into spesifics, but if you see what I am calling with him on the river I think you understand that he is capable of spewing from my point of view. He is not the only regular on NL 100 who does spew, and most of them usually do it from OOP. Don't play marginal hands OOP, it's difficult!
This hand I should clearly just raised the turn for value. This is a spot where I think I have leaks in general because I think my hand is very faced up if I raise the turn here, also I don't have the best flush in the world.
In hindsight I should probably not overestimate my opponents.
This hand I think villain takes it way to far and I think it's very ambitious attempt to bluff. I also don't see him having that many suited cards in he's range and I know he c/r barrel all of hes OESD here. I think he is somewhat spewy at times although he is solid/difficult to play against for the most part, he does not like folding. He's over-bet on the river obviously polarizes he's range and give that I have Jx, there are only a few combos left for JT or AJ. I do not think he flats Q9s out of the BB ever heads-up here in this spot. I tanked for a while and did think that he was pushing me around, and I am aware that some of the regs probably think I am a nit post-flop and they try to take me off hands. Given that I flat turn I do not think that villain think that I have a strong J here very often.