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10-25c nlhe v Lag who had $50+ at the start.

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  • 10-25c nlhe v Lag who had $50+ at the start.

    Thank you for your previous analysis, I sat down with a $10 buyin.

    Taking it to $45 , before I through it away. I then put another $10 on the table, took that to $40 then chucked that away lol.

    Was great fun.

    This hand , I was wondering against a LAG, whom I ripped apart in a chip sense, should I have raised the river when I was 100% confident I had him beat?

    http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/rep...ash=3DFAB8F523

  • #2
    You sat down with $10 at a 25NL table?...lol

    How fast one forgets
    You should be sitting with $25
    You should have a $1,000 bankroll
    You lost it all and re-bought for $10

    WOW....

    I wonder if you will remember the answer to this question. I doubt it since you will do what ever pleases you next time the same situation arises.

    But I'll answer your question anyway. Personally NO

    GL

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sandtrap777 View Post
      You sat down with $10 at a 25NL table?...lol

      How fast one forgets
      You should be sitting with $25
      You should have a $1,000 bankroll
      You lost it all and re-bought for $10

      WOW....

      I wonder if you will remember the answer to this question. I doubt it since you will do what ever pleases you next time the same situation arises.

      But I'll answer your question anyway. Personally NO

      GL
      lol Sand, and I do know what I should of have had BR wise E.T.C, but it was just for fun, if i was to play a pro type way it would be with BRM every time, but I am not a pro so do not have a need to lol.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by holdemace486 View Post
        Thank you for your previous analysis, I sat down with a $10 buyin.

        Taking it to $45 , before I through it away. I then put another $10 on the table, took that to $40 then chucked that away lol.

        Was great fun.

        This hand , I was wondering against a LAG, whom I ripped apart in a chip sense, should I have raised the river when I was 100% confident I had him beat?

        http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/rep...ash=3DFAB8F523
        You might raise there .I don't think he would call your raise with A7, but you had to fold against re-raise on the board like this,possiblle trips, full houses, flushes lol. How could you be sure he doesn't have A4 instead of A7, it's fast impossible.Actualy I never raise there. LAG's get monsters also .
        Last edited by Shichi-77; Wed Aug 14, 2013, 12:41 AM.

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        • #5
          Hi holdemaces,

          I think I would flat call his open. If I were to 3bet for value, I would do it to a standard 3x. The problem with 3betting is that we have a hard decision to make if they 4bet us.
          What's your reason for checking back the flop? If you suspect that A high is good then why raise the turn?
          OTR, I'm just calling there. They bet the turn and called a raise and now firing again on an Ace

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          • #6
            Only part played ok was the river where I would be calling too.

            Min raising pre and on the turn is, well, horrible horrible play and just looked a little like lazy button mashing.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by geoVARTA View Post
              Hi holdemaces, I think I would flat call his open. If I were to 3bet for value, I would do it to a standard 3x. The problem with 3betting is that we have a hard decision to make if they 4bet us. What's your reason for checking back the flop? If you suspect that A high is good then why raise the turn? OTR, I'm just calling there. They bet the turn and called a raise and now firing again on an Ace
              Thank you all for the comments. If I had raised any higher pre flop the opp would of folded to his/her nature. The opp checks the flop, I knew he/she had missed to their nature and style of play. I was happy to check behind with no made hand at that time. The turn came the 4, I knew he/she did not have the 4 or else they would bet the flop to their nature. The bet of $1 I had seen several times, this was a see where He/she was at bet, sniffing for info. I min raise to keep the pot alive taking a gamble they did not hit on the river, was never concerned of a flush draw. The river an ace, I knew as soon as the opp bets out $4, he had caught the river ace, but I also knew I had him/her out kicked. The hand they showed down with was the range I put them on . I nearly always know what they have got by observation of all players, reactions and small tells . I thank you and reading what you have all put, calling was probably the best option just in case I did misread the situation. umbup:

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