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    Down to last 6 in a $1.50 50/50 Only hands I saw the small blind play out of 44 hands were mid pocket pairs or a pair of faces I had a feeling he was on the steal Here is last hand of the tournament PokerStars Tournament #736638593, No Limit Hold'em Buy-In: $1.35/$0.15 USD 10 players Total Prize Pool: $13.50 USD Tournament started 2013/05/23 0:31:15 WET [2013/05/22 19:31:15 ET] Tournament finished 2013/05/23 1:16:06 WET [2013/05/22 20:16:06 ET] 1: spike8998 (United Kingdom), $5.39 (39.925%) 2: Beckdaniels (Brazil), $2.78 (20.592%) 3: Casino_AsA (Ukraine), $1.89 (14%) 4: nathan_niv (Belgium), $1.78 (13.185%) 5: gutaoba (Brazil), $1.66 (12.296%) 6: adrian432 (Argentina), 7: RoyalPT 90 (Portugal), 8: xLucky33 (Russia), 9: d Mad Angler (Canada), 10: Madtrapper68 (Canada), You finished in 1st place (eliminated at hand #98971677892). 44 hands played and saw flop: - 2 times out of 5 while in small blind (40%) - 4 times out of 6 while in big blind (67%) - 3 times out of 33 in other positions (9%) - a total of 9 times out of 44 (20%) Pots won at showdown - 4 out of 5 (80%) Pots won without showdown - 3

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    **moved to more appropriate forum JWK24**
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    • #3
      Hi spike8998,

      I don't know if you want analysis, or just wanted to post the smack down you laid on here

      I am interested on how you got your read.

      Generally when a player looks to steal a pot they do so preflop.

      A limp preflop followed by a 3 barrel bluff with complete air I think is a fairly rare thing. And absolutely horrible I think from your opponent vs the chip leader on the bubble. But calling flop and turn with bottom pair I don't think is winning much money long term either. If the opponent has been playing alot of mid pairs like this then you are behind until the river, and could still be behind sets.

      Nice win.
      Andy


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      • #4
        Heres the hand 2 before one above

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        • #5
          Limp call. Still just looks like a loose passive player to me.


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