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03-31-2010 , 04:30 PM
opp 20/16 reg 1k hands no notes,reads...
BTN: $15.25
SB: $51.10
Hero (BB): $53.55
CO: $98.05

Pre Flop: ($0.75) Hero is BB with 9 9
CO raises to $2, 2 folds, Hero calls $1.50

Flop: ($4.25) 9 2 4 (2 players)
Hero checks, CO bets $3, Hero calls $3

Turn: ($10.25) T (2 players)
Hero checks, CO checks

River: ($10.25) J (2 players)
Hero bets $5, CO raises to $14, Hero folds
03-31-2010 , 04:38 PM
That's a bad fold. I would have at least called.
03-31-2010 , 04:42 PM
ye thx i know i bad player
03-31-2010 , 04:44 PM
I guess you're putting him on qk?
The only reason we would bet so small on this river, is to get villain to bluff... this is a snap call.
03-31-2010 , 04:59 PM
c/r or donk flop

bigger on river and def not a fold ever...
03-31-2010 , 05:00 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by dcredskins24 nl50 set
c/r or donk flop

bigger on river and def not a fold ever...
Why do we want to c/r the flop? His CO opening range is wide and we have the stone cold nuts on a board with no draws. What does he continue with vs a c/r?
03-31-2010 , 05:01 PM
C/R this flop and get him to call light.

@feedthabeast - What do you do when villain reps nothing and you have a medium strength hand? And plus we're OOP so villain can just check them all anyway, if he has air he has air, not much we can do, but when it seems like we're spazzing, villain's likely to do some stupid **** too.
03-31-2010 , 05:21 PM
1k hands and you have no reads or notes on him? This is bad buddy, with regs like this who we have so many hands on you should be going back through your database and analysing their hands and their play if your not paying enough attention while playin with them to make notes and reads then. Also you play this hand far too passively, c/r or donk the flop depending on villains cbet tendency and his aggression or floats, we're hardly ever floating with air here oop so without history i dont think that its a great line to take. If we are trying to rep a float with air then ffs bet the turn since a ton of our float range has now picked up draws or whatever we would semi bluff here quite a bit. With the line in the hand this is a great spot for villain to bluff raise and i also think with your line in the hand i'd be raising top top or better for value so river is def a call since our hand is so underrepped.
03-31-2010 , 05:25 PM
c/r flop, bet turn, ship river
03-31-2010 , 05:30 PM
ALL in on river as played... get full value from J9, JT, T9, 22, 44 etc...

You're thinking is obviously not quite right here. The goal when you flop a set is to get his entire stack in the middle by the river...

This requires you to raise either on the flop or on the turn. Due to the dry nature of the flop in this case I prob call flop and raise turn, and either 1/2 pot/shove river.
03-31-2010 , 06:31 PM
)) yeah thx...last 2 days i make nity folds...will fix it

      
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