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  14-Aug-14, 12:09   #1
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Joined: Jul '14
Location: Australia
Age: 24 (M)
Posts: 218

And if you say 'oh you got lucky on the flop' I will regard you in the lowest of lows.

  14-Aug-14, 12:20   #2
Joined: May '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 2054
You really need to look at the bigger picture.

You didn't get lucky on the flop, in the same way the villain didn't get lucky on the river... The chips went in preflop, and you were ~49% to win the hand.

If the chips had gone in after that flop, then you lost like that - that would be bad.

4, 5 & 6 betting preflop is not a good idea with anything other than aces or kings. You both made errors by getting all in preflop... In the long run both of your plays will cost you money.

  14-Aug-14, 12:28   #3
Joined: Jul '14
Location: Australia
Age: 24 (M)
Posts: 218
This was more of a read play than a value play, sure 45% I spike the A or K and win, but I'd played about 3 or 4 pots with them and they'd slowplayed monster pre-flop hands the whole way.

As I had 3 bet them out of a pot a couple of times before, I figure the 4 bet was an attempt to re-steal my attempt of a steal (from their perspective) it just so happens when he 5 bets all in I have AK. At best I put him on AK, and at my 4 bet stage he was far too committed to fold any pairs.

I normally don't over value AK and in many spots I fold to the 5 bet, but I let myself get short enough that I couldn't get away from it. That was admittedly my fault, but I would play the hand the exact same way in another spot.

  14-Aug-14, 15:15   #4

Joined: Dec '11
Location: Germany
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 163
Maybe if u just called the 0.96 bet and figure out a plan to play it on flop. You would maybe win it with value bet on flop and on turn. Dont think he would be willing to play it post flop with 2 overs. But I dont see anythjng really strange in that hand. These situations happen quite often. And u gave up willingly by going all in preflop. Thus.. counting that your AK will come on top after all 5 cards are dealt.

Edited by GoTrixo (Thursday, August 14, 2014 @ 15:24 GMT)

  14-Aug-14, 16:41   #5

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 58 (M)
Posts: 5982
I can't see it... That BOOM player has been screwing up on me lately...! No matter what I try to do to remedy the problem, just keeps screwing up...! Angry

It flashes the table to be viewed for a few seconds, then it dissappears and replaced with a field full of hands to choose from played by OTHER folks,...and I can never get back to buddy's hand...!

It worked good for me for quite a while,...then went in the toilet...! Confused

  14-Aug-14, 17:23   #6
Joined: May '13
Location: Mauritius
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 2688
Haha the river can be you favorite street or your less favorite one, as this is where all is decided, if you gonna win the pot or you gonna lose it to an one outer or this is the hand you will get the split you will need to just get the chips back and move to the next tournament. Big Smile, Hehe but most of the time the river is bad if you have not played properly on the previous street. Anyway good luck mate and have fun at the tables how you get the best out of the fishes and make some money. Cheers no work tomorrow so gonna rest!

  15-Aug-14, 01:23   #7
Joined: Dec '10
Location: Finland
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 429
You lost a coinflip, thats unfortunate Sad

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