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  6-Oct-14, 07:29   #1
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MonoPolygamy 

Joined: Apr '14
Location: Serbia
Age: 41 (M)
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I will be sharing here, every day, my favorite hand, regardless wheter I was involved or not.
Feel free to join. Enjoy!
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11140128_...

     
  6-Oct-14, 09:01   #2
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doubletop777 
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
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Crazy crazy hand. You just knew that, that second Jack was going to fall. Imagine the tilt you would be on if you were on the receiving end of this. I would have to walk away from the computer or i would end up buying a new one!

     
  6-Oct-14, 21:40   #3
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damosk 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 4862
May I share my favourite hand of the day?

In a 5c10c 6 handed cash game, I was dealt Kh9h in first position which I decided to limp in with, based on how play had gone so far, and was followed by a raise to 30c with the only other bet being the BB also calling to 30c, so I chose to call to 30c as well given the odds available. The flop came Qh 7h 4h. The BB bet 30c, which I called, and was followed by a raise to 60c, which both the BB and I called. There was now 2.75 in the pot. The turn came as 4c. The BB raised to 1.50. I called. The third player raised to $3, which both the BB and I called. 11.75 in the pot. The river came as 3s. BB bet 1.50, I went all in with my remaining 1.10, the third player called. I won at showdown. Now that's a nice hand.

     
  7-Oct-14, 02:17   #4
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MonoPolygamy 

Joined: Apr '14
Location: Serbia
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 145
Posted by reficiamus:
I will be sharing here, every day, my favorite hand, regardless wheter I was involved or not.
Feel free to join. Enjoy!
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11140128_...


Unfortunately, I was heavily involved in this one... lost by 1-6 underdog... This is hand of the day

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11152395_...

     
  7-Oct-14, 05:42   #5
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 6233
Not much to say about that last hand, as it played itself. He will shove a wide range to steal your blind, while you can't lay down your monster hand. Nice suckout in the end. Jokerstars at work.

     
  10-Oct-14, 13:25   #6
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MonoPolygamy 

Joined: Apr '14
Location: Serbia
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 145
...and it happens again. Thank you, oh mighty Gods of Poker Smile
SICK!
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11200133_...

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ongoing tournament, semi bluf...made me chip leader by far...
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11211320_...

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Posted by reficiamus:
...and it happens again. Thank you, oh mighty Gods of Poker Smile
SICK!
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11200133_...

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ongoing tournament, semi bluf...made me chip leader by far...
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11211320_...



...and one more... sweet flop and over confident chip leader ! lovely !!!!

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11211337_...

Edited by MonoPolygamy (Saturday, October 11, 2014 @ 07:56 GMT)


     
  12-Oct-14, 08:22   #7
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doubletop777 
Joined: Mar '11
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This is one of those crazy hands that comes along all too regularly for my liking. I bet you couldnt hit the call button quickly enough when the small blind shoves on you. Very unlucky but it wont be the last time, unfortunately

     
  12-Oct-14, 10:09   #8
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MonoPolygamy 

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Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 145
Posted by doubletop777:
This is one of those crazy hands that comes along all too regularly for my liking. I bet you couldnt hit the call button quickly enough when the small blind shoves on you. Very unlucky but it wont be the last time, unfortunately

The thing is HE was RAPING us all the time, each and every hand. We couldn't play - so satisfaction was even better... So , I smell the blood and just two hand later... I definitely crippled him. WITH BLUF (OK semibluf, but zillion hands were beating me at that point)!!! Sweetest!!!
http://www.boomplayer.com/poker-hands/Boom/11211320_957...

Finished at the FT that tournament Cool

     
  12-Oct-14, 10:29   #9
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tonespoker 
Joined: Jul '14
Location: Australia
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He's obviously 3 betting pretty wide but I still do not agree with your play. Committing 10% of your stack preflop with QJs from the SB against a guy you have said is playing hyper aggressively is not a good idea. It just so happens you flop the biggest of draws, but I don't see why you are commiting 45% of your stack on the flop. Why? Why not just shove? If the turn card is a complete brick do you still shove? There's no way the Q puts you ahead (if he's raising pot on the flop it's going to be air, or have QJ beaten), and you said theres a zillion hands beating so your shove doesn't make a lot of sense. The villan is obviously betting complete air. What turn cards are you not shoving? I think if you are going to commit that much on the flop you may as well have just shoved.

Im curious as to which turn cards you check to the villan (if you ever would check, or if you're always shoving).

     
  12-Oct-14, 12:34   #10
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MonoPolygamy 

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Posted by tonespoker:
He's obviously 3 betting pretty wide but I still do not agree with your play. Committing 10% of your stack preflop with QJs from the SB against a guy you have said is playing hyper aggressively is not a good idea. It just so happens you flop the biggest of draws, but I don't see why you are commiting 45% of your stack on the flop. Why? Why not just shove? If the turn card is a complete brick do you still shove? There's no way the Q puts you ahead (if he's raising pot on the flop it's going to be air, or have QJ beaten), and you said theres a zillion hands beating so your shove doesn't make a lot of sense. The villan is obviously betting complete air. What turn cards are you not shoving? I think if you are going to commit that much on the flop you may as well have just shoved.

Im curious as to which turn cards you check to the villan (if you ever would check, or if you're always shoving).

I agree with you mostly. but, i knew he was betting an air.
i didnt shove on the turn, because I think that he might call that with A5, K5 or something if he had it, I thought this is like a setup, Definetly Q was not the strongest hand, but with this bet tried to make him think that I am really strong like AK or staight. thats the logic behind, get it?

     
  14-Oct-14, 02:26   #11
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tonespoker 
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It kind of makes sense, but think about what kind of hands you are repping when you shove the turn there. It depends on what level of thinking your opponent is using, if he is likely to fold because of the fact that he's percieved he is beat or that he's folding because "I have A5 and he bet too much'. He could be raising you with hands like JJ or TT on the flop (for some reason, as your bet seems very weak). Your play doesn't make a lot of sense to justify something like top 2, or AQ or even KQ in some cases. If he is the maniac you suggested, then AQ is definately good enough to put all your chips into the middle on that flop, as well as AK, AA or KK (all hands you would probably 3-bet pre though, so it doesn't make a lot of sense, see what I am saying?)

The Q can hurt you more than it helps you, as he is getting more than 3-1 on a call, and if he isn't just raising with air on the flop he can give some serious consideration to calling with pairs and draws to broadway, hands that COULD be behind, but can still draw out (Like TP good kicker and a re-draw to broadway). His fold is your best case scenario, because I don't believe you bet enough to scare him off most of his range. Your shove v the likelihood of him calling v the chance you will hit if he does call with most likely end up with you putting your tournament life on the line, and needing to hit. The pot is definately big enough to make your play on the turn, but it was a situation you didn't need to get yourself in to.

     
  15-Oct-14, 02:53   #12
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PokerKing76 

Joined: Dec '11
Location: Canada
Age: 40 (M)
Posts: 746
Here's my hand of the day.

20 EURO Coinflip.

if I can't cash out I'm going to have some fun Smile

     
  15-Oct-14, 07:27   #13
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
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Nice coin flipping skills. Blink

This handed showed again, that in Hold'em really any two can do.
By the way, as i don't recognise the layout. What was the room this hand was played?

     
  15-Oct-14, 21:19   #14
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vsemoje 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Slovenia
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 515
i think this hand deserve title HAND OF A DAY Smile
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11280692_...

     
  15-Oct-14, 22:31   #15
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PokerKing76 

Joined: Dec '11
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Posted by shokaku:
Nice coin flipping skills. Blink

This handed showed again, that in Hold'em really any two can do.
By the way, as i don't recognise the layout. What was the room this hand was played?




Pokerminds

     
  15-Oct-14, 23:20   #16
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Twistyoursou 

Joined: Jan '14
Location: Portugal
Age: 49 (M)
Posts: 271
Posted by vsemoje:
i think this hand deserve title HAND OF A DAY Smile
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11280692_...



What a catch Big Smile

     
  16-Oct-14, 05:52   #17
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 6233
The final board looks impressive, but actually one additional Queen was good enough here. And it is straight vs set vs two pair. Not that unusual for Omahahaha, and of cause the worse hand after the flop wins.

     
  16-Oct-14, 08:32   #18
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vsemoje 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Slovenia
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 515
cant belive i survived this Smile

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11286389_...

     
  16-Oct-14, 11:09   #19
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MonoPolygamy 

Joined: Apr '14
Location: Serbia
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 145
Posted by vsemoje:
cant belive i survived this Smile

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11286389_...

n
ice, but despite multipot, you were fav. Did you take any money?... those 100K are hard and fast at the beginning, but if you make a nice start and build your stack early it could be played.

     
  16-Oct-14, 19:32   #20
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Germany
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 1854
http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11292943_...

That was a nice hand Big Smile

     
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