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3way pot, 50c 45man sng

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  • 3way pot, 50c 45man sng

    hi my name is chipster195,

    Would like feedback please on this play i did

    PokerStars Hand #89184322073: Tournament #643145867, $0.45+$0.05 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level III (25/50) - 2012/11/13 12:50:25 ET
    Table '643145867 5' 9-max Seat #8 is the button
    Seat 1: Alex_Hulk (1405 in chips)
    Seat 2: DiamonJack (6770 in chips)
    Seat 3: Natalka86 (2845 in chips)
    Seat 4: netgoed (940 in chips)
    Seat 6: Kroyakor (1185 in chips)
    Seat 7: 88avocado (3045 in chips)
    Seat 8: chipster195 (2895 in chips)
    Alex_Hulk: posts small blind 25
    DiamonJack: posts big blind 50
    *** HOLE CARDS ***
    Dealt to chipster195 [Th Kh]
    Natalka86: raises 100 to 150
    netgoed: folds
    Kroyakor: folds
    88avocado: calls 150
    chipster195: calls 150
    Alex_Hulk: folds
    DiamonJack: folds
    *** FLOP *** [2h 6d Jh]
    Natalka86: checks
    88avocado: bets 200
    chipster195: calls 200
    Natalka86: calls 200
    *** TURN *** [2h 6d Jh] [Qc]
    Natalka86: bets 500
    88avocado: raises 500 to 1000
    chipster195: calls 1000
    Natalka86: raises 1495 to 2495 and is all-in
    88avocado: raises 200 to 2695 and is all-in
    chipster195: calls 1545 and is all-in ???????????

  • #2
    **moved to more apporpriate forum JWK24**

    6 Time Bracelet Winner


    • #3
      Hi Chipster,

      Preflop I think you have a deep enough stack with the raiser and caller also deep to call on the button with position and see a flop.

      We flop the 2nd nut flush draw and we are getting a decent price at this point to draw to the flush. 200 more chips with 925 in there already and potential for big pot if the right card comes in.

      We miss the turn, we pick up a straight draw along with the flush draw but now only have the one card to come.

      After the raise and reraise, before we think about calling the 1000 chips we need to understand that we are basically committing our stack here. So are we getting a good price?

      If we manage to get both players allin we are putting in 2545 more chips to win a 8710 chip pot so we'd need about 30% equity.
      If we don't get both players allin we need alot more.

      We have alot of outs but only 1 card to come. Some of our outs could be dead any A's or hearts our opponents hold. Hoping of course someone doesn't already hold the nut flush draw.

      Best case scenario I think we could be 31% equity in this spot but more likely worse. So I think we need to give up the hand to the reraise at this point when our best case scenario i think is breakeven.

      Without any extra reads, I would be thinking hands like AQ,KQ for Natalka86 and 22,66,JA,JQ for 88avocado.

      Let us know how it turned out.

      Quad Bracelet Winner


      • #4
        hi Andy,

        Both opponents were 41 vp$ip and passive and i was getting good price of 4.64:1, river card was a Jack and gave 88avacado full house thank you for your help.



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