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    I think I did everything ok but really need confirmation... or tell me I'm wrong strange bet on turn , pot size is couse I see he have just that more left so I think everything goes in or he folds... don't use software so no info on villain...

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    Originally posted by pekmansick View Post

    I think I did everything ok but really need confirmation... or tell me I'm wrong
    strange bet on turn , pot size is couse I see he have just that more left so I think everything goes in or he folds...
    don't use software so no info on villain...
    as for me you did it right board is great for your AK.

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    • #3
      Fine.

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      • #4
        Well played.

        Preflop, you can either flat call in position or 3Bet to get it all in, both are fine plays.

        I like your bet sizing on the flop, you could make it a tiny bit bigger to make the turn shove slightly easier, but you don't want to bet too big on such a dry flop.

        The turn card isn't the best but going all in is the correct play to extract value from worse Kx and hands like 77-QQ that probably won't fold.

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        • #5
          thanks guys... what I found interesting is guys calling 3bets with those sort of hands... I would understand If I was last to act preflop and he think I am squeezing... Also I lose the most from my premium hands preflop... would love to know how to reduce it... whenever I got aces there is a 4 card straight board and I realy don't expect someone to call my raise with two small cards I guess if I raised him on flop or turn he would give up... or not? if he called with 7 5 than open ended on turn is great hand Just remembered lesson from "poker bites" dealing with donk bets ... little to late... but now I will remember
          Last edited by pekmansick; Sat Jan 25, 2014, 02:17 PM. Reason: adding facts

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          • #6
            On river bet I know I am loosing ... and angry on myself for not raising earlier I tilt calling


            what this stats means?

            500 hands played and saw flop:
            - 20 times out of 82 while in small blind (24%)
            - 26 times out of 83 while in big blind (31%)
            - 55 times out of 335 in other positions (16%)
            - a total of 101 times out of 500 (20%)

            Pots won at showdown - 17 out of 27 (63%)
            Pots won without showdown - 79
            Last edited by pekmansick; Sat Jan 25, 2014, 01:51 PM. Reason: add

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