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10NL, BvB second nut XRAI OTR

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  • 10NL, BvB second nut XRAI OTR

    Not much to say... played well? played bad? Villain(26 hands): 15/8/0.7 3B: 0.0 on 10 opportunities

  • #2
    played very bad, unless you like to gamble and spew
    To me, that's a check fold on the turn
    Bluff doesn't always work

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    • #3
      Please remove.
      Last edited by bhoylegend; Thu May 22, 2014, 10:12 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sandtrap777 View Post
        played very bad, unless you like to gamble and spew
        To me, that's a check fold on the turn
        Bluff doesn't always work
        @trap, I agree that calling the turn raise is pretty weak but I think because I called turn and hit river I need to go for max value.

        Also how in the world is the turn a XF with a double belly buster?

        This hand is also BvB... that doesn't make any difference?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dirt eh View Post
          @trap, I agree that calling the turn raise is pretty weak but I think because I called turn and hit river I need to go for max value.

          Also how in the world is the turn a XF with a double belly buster?

          This hand is also BvB... that doesn't make any difference?
          Hitting on the river, than yes all in
          I was mainly saying if you had missed the river
          BvB doesn't mean you MUST steal and continue to BLUFF, you need to play it smart

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          • #6
            Yh its probably a fold on the turn seen as you might not get paid on a king but surely your getting a stack on that 8 river. I think i would fold vs a reg and call vs a fish.

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            • #7
              Hi dirt!

              I agree with the others that we could have played the turn differently. Let's look at your eight outs. 4 kings and four 8s give you a straight. However, the 2 diamonds make a flush. KJ is definately in the villain's range. I don't want to stack off with the low end. So our three 8s are not that strong either. In addition, if a K comes, we will often be splitting the pot. All in all none of our outs are clean and we aren't getting the odds to continue.

              On this wet board, you could have cbet the flop, but would need to be prepared to barrel the turn quite often. This doesn't seem like a great option with our hand. Thus, I prefer checking the flop and keeping ranges wide. Once we have checked the flop, I would check the turn as well and hope to see the river for free. We might call a normal bet from looser villains. However this guy has been pretty nitty during the few hands we have on him. So I would check-fold the turn as Sandtrap said.

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              • #8
                My god this hand is spewy.

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