Hi!

 

So I have started with a 2 hour session playing two 2NL zoom 6-max tables. I will try to make each post well structured starting with a session summary, biggest win, biggest loss and some interesting spots for review!

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Session Summary:

1c/2c 6max Zoom. 11pm WET 21/04/15

C Won: +$1.47

Time: 2h1m

Hands: 1026

BB/100: 7.16

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Biggest Win:

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/14083638_B507925DE8

So calling the 3-bet pre flop is the first decision, I decided to go set mining as effective stacks were large with 10x the amount to call behind. Not sure whether this was a good move or not I was on the fence about whether to peel or not. Ultimately I decided to peel due to the effective stack size and the guarentee of a flop and I would have position.

So the flop comes pretty nice, I decide to check back to give player 5 a chance to catch up. 

Just call on the turn, again not really scared of any cards.

Easy call on river.

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Biggest Loss:

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/14083726_418B2A96B6

Not much to say about this one really, Set over set, impossible to get away in 2NL and no reads.

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Tough spot 1:

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/14083768_DBBC956438

So not sure whether I should get away from this one on the river. I ended up calling because on the turn I had him on spades or an open ended straight draw trying to see a cheap river (hence my raise on the turn) and since neither of them came in I decided to call. 

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Tought spot 2:

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/14083817_D935579DD3

I just don't see how I have the best hand here ever. I came across a lot of donk betting which usually means weak hands so maybe something like TJ, QT but I think the Q gives him a lot of 2 pairs.

Opinions on this would be appreciated, the previous hand with JJ was in my mind too.

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Okay! So that's it for now, I'll put another post up after my next session! Help with the hand reviews / analysis would be much appreciated! 

Cheers,

Rubix!