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  13-Dec-14, 01:43   #1
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I was playing premier league tournament i am in late position with JJ one player in early raised come to me i reraise double is bet he goes all in i think i should have folded but i called and he had AA and i lost the hand. I think it was a big mistake of mine what do you think. Question Question Question Question Question Question

Edited by pinotte (Saturday, December 13, 2014 @ 01:54 GMT)

  13-Dec-14, 01:54   #2

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JJ isnt showing hand preflop... it always got beaten... I wouldnt even 3bet like you... I would flat call

  13-Dec-14, 02:56   #3

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good decision .mate .jj perhaps a good hand but its just unlucky some playrs got aa stronger than yur hand its poker only thing we can rely on is reading ones players hand is posible Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship

  13-Dec-14, 03:33   #4

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Hey you CloBbeReD me good Confused on that heads up hand between you and I in The 40 Seat Frenzy last night Monsieur Pinotte... Big Smile Thumbs Up

I figured I might shove and intimidate you off the pot,....after all,...I had AK suited...!

At that point in the game you gotta go for it,...because it's a LONG way from 18th to 4th...!

...but Pinotte was having NONE of it and called ...and BAM...nighty night... Big Smile Sleepy

  13-Dec-14, 03:45   #5
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You forgot that i had raised before you shoved and i called you with NONE of it with AA.

True it was late i suppose you did not see the AA but anyway i did not make it and i think i wont play this game again cause since they put it 4 instead of 8 its very hard and also very late went to bed around 1.00AM with nothink Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

  13-Dec-14, 03:59   #6

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I will play JJ but how I react after the flop depends on how good of a read I have on the villains...

I shoved 77 a few minutes ago against 4 callers and hit a 7 on the river


  16-Dec-14, 21:22   #7
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It depends on which kind of player the other guy is. If he is loose and often raises, then your reraise is allright and also the all-in call. But if he is tight or you do not have much information about him just call the raise.

  17-Dec-14, 07:15   #8
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It's a real tough spot. You have to consider what's going to happen when you re-raise. You're almost always getting raised from better hands, and getting a lot of folds. Trick is to try and figure out of they're shoving with a big EV advantage (something you can never know). Flat calling preflop opens yourself up to a lot of really difficult post flop decisions, but 3 betting is going to be fold/shove pretty often. Calling the shove, you're hoping to see a smaller pair (unlikely, maybe TT) or AK-AQ.

I'd suggest folding in this spot, there'll be better spots later, but you didn't play it terribly (maybe raise a tad more, 3.5-4.5x. Pretty -EV considering what villan is likely doing this with.

  18-Dec-14, 20:37   #9
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and you go out of toyrnament after that? i too think was a big mistake but happens Big Smile

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