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2NL Full Ring Flop: Good Folding?

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  • 2NL Full Ring Flop: Good Folding?

    I am posting my hand review as YouTube Link

    Here's my thought process:

    SB re-raise my raise in pre-flop.

    He should have a AJ, AQ, JJ, QQ

    On the flop, he c-bet. I concluded he had JJ or QQ. Also I was against two villains, so I fold.

    Was folding a good decision? I had only 6outs to increase my hand value.

  • #2
    Hi aznhaxor, as played I think folding the flop is correct with one opponent behind us. Now preflop I think calling the 3bet is a good decision since this is a fullring table and the range that the SB 3bets us when we are UTG might be very strong. Again we don't have any reads so we cannot weigh one option against the other but I like the fact that we have a suited Ace here and by just calling we allow the player behind us to call with AQ and KQ.

    I notice you are using PT4 hand replayer on Youtube; I would appreciate if you can use BOOM Replayer or the PSO Hand Replayer instead because it would be easier for us Hand Analyzer's to study the hands in question.

    GL at the tables!


    • #3
      I have trouble finding my hand when I request over e-mail from PokerStars. On the other hand, in PokerTracker, I can easily tag the hand I like to review and analyze later. I'm pretty new at everything so is there a way to easily bookmark my hand to find it later? Also, thanks for your analysis


      • #4
        I use Pokertracker and I also tag the hand for review like you do.

        When you load a hand on Pokertracker, just click "Hand History Text" and this gives you the data that you can copy and paste into the Hand Analyzer.

        It's also helpful if you can delete the bottom part of the hand history so we can't see the results - this makes it much easier to analyse the hand objectively and not be results-oriented.



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