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  22-Oct-14, 03:31   #1
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tonespoker 
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http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-hands/Boom/11376088_...

Thought something like A10 with the cold call pre, and the flat on the flop. He played it very well

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Was so close to folding the flop, his bet just looked too strong. Re-raised to isolate, and would definately fold to a shove.

Edited by tonespoker (Wednesday, October 22, 2014 @ 03:33 GMT)


     
  22-Oct-14, 03:39   #2
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pinotte 
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Yes he played it very well. But what would you have done on a re raise preflop called? Shoved?

Another think it is very dangerous to slow play what about you where c betting with an A Q.
Confused Confused Confused Confused Confused Confused Confused

     
  22-Oct-14, 03:51   #3
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tonespoker 
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Nah I'm folding to any aggression preflop, after I raise and if he leads the turn.

     
  22-Oct-14, 04:38   #4
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3pokeronly 

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I think he was screaming at the river, easy to say with hindsight but if you had checked the turn and then shoved or 3/4 bet ($1.50 ish) the river he may of folded, it may of saved you $1.50 or so and you may of stolen it.
nh both tho

     
  22-Oct-14, 04:41   #5
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tonespoker 
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Pretty hard to have an ace in that spot that isn't AA, wonder what the villan was thinking...

     
  22-Oct-14, 05:22   #6
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shokaku 

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Just a setup. This is the kind of flop we want to see with pocket jacks, so there was no real chance of letting go our hand here. To much chips went in preflop and on the flop.

     
  22-Oct-14, 05:25   #7
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tonespoker 
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So you'd recommend I flat preflop and on the flop shokaku?

     
  22-Oct-14, 05:29   #8
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shokaku 

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No, the raises are fine. You just never had a chance to realy judge the strength of your opponents hand, untill it was to late. Tricky play by him. Of cause we can not fold any more after his raise on the turn.

     
  22-Oct-14, 05:38   #9
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tonespoker 
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I was very confused to see him shove the turn, called hoping to see something like A10, was dreading a set, and no where near expected KK. I hate getting it in behind, but on the turn I can't really fold, just call and hope for the best.

     
  22-Oct-14, 08:52   #10
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yout85 
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Nothing wrong with your play here - but I don't rate the play from the Kings.

Should've 4-bet pre-flop... Should've re-raised on the flop... He was missing out on value both times, and only won such a nice pot as you luckily (for him, not you) had a smaller over-pair.

     
  22-Oct-14, 09:14   #11
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tonespoker 
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I dunno, I kind of like the way he played this hand. When I get jacks, I convert the poker chips into chicken flavoured potato chips, eat them, and only regurgitate them WHEN I ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO. He sepeated my from my precious, delicious chips, and I have to give kudos for that. But still Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!
I've given you a pretty fair description in my HH summary, almost finished yout Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar Agree Agree

     
  22-Oct-14, 09:21   #12
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yout85 
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Cool.... I'll run through it all tonight when I'm back from work Thumbs Up


And just to reiterate my point on the kings... He may have been deceptive, and ended up with a bigger win because of it - but the ends doesn't justify the means. When he flatted pre-flop to a 3-bet he WAS making a mistake. When he flatted on the flop, he WAS making a mistake. This time it didn't cost him, but in future it will. Mistakes = minus cash. Correct plays = plus cash. Not always in the short term, but certainly in the long term.

     
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