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  6-Dec-16, 09:07   #1
What did he have? 0 
TheMachineQC 

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Big Smile I don't know what the guy had because he only called my value bet and kept 18 cents behind but I think I played the hand perfectly. I am guessing he probably had something like AAJ3 or AAJ5. Hard to tell. Maybe he had 33 or 55. I guess I'll never know. But still, nice outcome considering we were both above the buy-in limit when we clashed.

     
  6-Dec-16, 11:07   #2
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doubletop777 
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A very nice pot to win and well done to you. He must have had some kind of Jack and probably a flush draw of some kind, in my opinion. It is always infuriating when you dont see their cards and, like you said, we'll never know what he had

     
  6-Dec-16, 11:16   #3
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shokaku 

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Yep. Looked a lot like a smaller boat, if he was a rookie maybe even a lone Jack. But he was the first to enter the pot preflop, so could easily play his position instead of holding a AAxy type of hand.

     
  6-Dec-16, 15:09   #4
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mascona 

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Omaha is not my favorite type of game, but all I can say watching how he was playing his hand is that he has had probably a big paar like AA, QQ or maybe even TT with Jack and couldn't fold till showdown. The question is only why didn't he go allin, what for did he keep that 18 c behind if he was so sure .... ? No idea what is going on in people heads in such a moment.

     
  6-Dec-16, 15:59   #5
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dule-vu 

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he could even have 3 3,who can know!but I think also,that he had big pair,like AA!but he must had something when he paid almost everything (except thatr 0,18 $),so dont think that would pay on straight draw!so he could have full house,like you,but too bad that we didnt see that cards!

     
  6-Dec-16, 17:29   #6
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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A Spade Q Spade A Heart J Heart or
Q Spade T Spade K Club J Diamond

By default mucked hand won't be shown on BOOM replayer.
You can't retrieve your opponent's mucked hand that went to showdown in your hand history or visual replayer on PokerStars client?

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Tuesday, December 06, 2016 @ 18:06 GMT)


     
  6-Dec-16, 18:07   #7
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teddybears73 
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Why didn't you just put him all-in anyway ? then we could have all seen what he had. Smile
i think he had a flush draw with AA .

     
  6-Dec-16, 18:11   #8
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Winstunt 
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I put him on AAJX one or double suits and figured he was good

     
  7-Dec-16, 09:02   #9
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TheMachineQC 

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Thanks for feedback guys. You're right shokaku he could have any AJXX actually. Doesnt have to be AAJX or a boat.

Posted by teddybears73:
Why didn't you just put him all-in anyway ? then we could have all seen what he had. Smile
i think he had a flush draw with AA .


I couldn't put him all-in because the size of the pot was smaller than the size of his stack (it's pot limit)

Yeah you could be right, maybe he had a flush draw and overpair that would give him decent amount of outs against a set of jacks.

Here's another hand with questionable plays on both sides, but I wonder what the 3rd guy had... folded for 3$ on the river in a 26$ pot.

https://www.boomplayer.com/21784018_4CB967492F

     
  7-Dec-16, 11:10   #10
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doubletop777 
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This was a great flop for you, top two pair and the second nut flush draw. You got a bit lucky on the river after he hit his straight but you were pot committed by this time. As for the other guy, he must have had a King Ten sort of hand with maybe two pair.

     
  7-Dec-16, 11:13   #11
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teddybears73 
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Posted by TheMachineQC:
Thanks for feedback guys. You're right shokaku he could have any AJXX actually. Doesnt have to be AAJX or a boat.

Posted by teddybears73:
Why didn't you just put him all-in anyway ? then we could have all seen what he had. Smile
i think he had a flush draw with AA .


I couldn't put him all-in because the size of the pot was smaller than the size of his stack (it's pot limit)


Ah i didn't realise it was pot limit , well done anyway Themachineqc and you seem to be doing quite well atm keep up the good stuff.
Thumbs Up

     
  7-Dec-16, 19:29   #12
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Buva13 

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very nice win there Machine Thumbs Up and that what the guy had we can ony assume but no matter its important that u had it in ur favour. Keep it up and good luck.

     
  7-Dec-16, 21:52   #13
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Mober 
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I guess everyone will have to speculate on that hand.
But im pretty sure it wasnt a flush draw calling with, that doubletop said.
Why calling the river bet, if you were after a flush and you didnt get it ???

     
  8-Dec-16, 10:33   #14
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TheMachineQC 

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No problem teddybears! No limit omaha would be pretty crazy Smile but why not! I would like to be able to defend my made hands with overbets sometimes. In PLO most of the time when you have the nuts on the flop it's no longer the nuts on the turn or the river so you rarely have easy spots to play like in hold'em.

Agreed Buva13 who cares what he had, good thing is he didn't have quads Big Smile

     
  8-Dec-16, 22:27   #15
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Mober 
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You are not the only one over betting Smile There is a big field with players like that.
I believe over betting is the last spot before the bluff Smile
Be careful dont turn like gus hansen. He is a fine example for it.

     
  9-Dec-16, 12:12   #16
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TheMachineQC 

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Overbetting means betting more than the pot, Mober. It helps to polarize ranges in hold'em and a lot of successfull tournament and cash game players use it in no limit. But it's hard to master and you have to do it with air sometimes if you want your opponents to call you when you have it in a marginal spot.

https://www.boomplayer.com/21812152_6A2D8D5422
Here is another funny/weird hand where my opponent was first to speak and I wonder what he had because he just folded on the river when I had 6 high.

EDIT: https://www.boomplayer.com/21813059_60F6CA778F

I think I would've folded if he shoved the river. I was convinced he had a heart flush draw. What do u guys think he had?

Edited by TheMachineQC (Friday, December 09, 2016 @ 12:44 GMT)


     
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