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Full Tilt Poker Game #5184701386: Table Ballinger - $0.10/$0.25 - No Limit Hold'em - 12:18:54 ET - 2008/02/09
Seat 1: Casey Finn ($11.40)
Seat 2: MccArthur ($14.55)
Seat 3: oxiej56 ($30.25)
Seat 4: stupidfool ($12.40)
Seat 5: TabOut1 ($15.05)
Seat 6: Taxi-Wipp ($23.75)
Seat 7: o_Magic_0 ($27.10)
Seat 8: kevindon1 ($16.30)
Seat 9: jckdniel ($11.30)
Casey Finn posts the small blind of $0.10
MccArthur posts the big blind of $0.25
The button is in seat #9
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to TabOut1 [Qh Qs]
oxiej56 folds
stupidfool folds
TabOut1 raises to $0.75
Taxi-Wipp folds
o_Magic_0 folds
Taxi-Wipp is feeling angry
kevindon1 folds
jckdniel folds
Casey Finn calls $0.65
MccArthur folds
*** FLOP *** [9s Qc 5d]
Casey Finn checks
TabOut1 checks
*** TURN *** [9s Qc 5d] 8 of diamonds
Casey Finn bets $0.25
TabOut1 raises to $1
Casey Finn raises to $3
TabOut1 calls $2
*** RIVER *** [9s Qc 5d 8d] 4 of clubs
Casey Finn bets $3
TabOut1 raises to $6
Casey Finn raises to $7.65, and is all in
TabOut1 calls $1.65
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Casey Finn shows [Jd Ts] a straight, Queen high
TabOut1 shows [Qh Qs] three of a kind, Queens
Casey Finn wins the pot ($21.90) with a straight, Queen high And here is other 1:
Full Tilt Poker Game #5184771855: Table Ballinger - $0.10/$0.25 - No Limit Hold'em - 12:26:17 ET - 2008/02/09
Seat 1: Casey Finn ($21.30)
Seat 2: MccArthur ($13.85)
Seat 3: oxiej56 ($25.10)
Seat 4: stupidfool ($12.15)
Seat 5: TabOut1 ($3.65)
Seat 6: Taxi-Wipp ($30.80)
Seat 7: o_Magic_0 ($26.75)
Seat 8: kevindon1 ($17.10)
Seat 9: jckdniel ($10.60)
oxiej56 posts the small blind of $0.10
stupidfool posts the big blind of $0.25
The button is in seat #2
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to TabOut1 [Jd Kh]
TabOut1 raises to $3.65, and is all in
Taxi-Wipp folds
o_Magic_0 folds
kevindon1 folds
jckdniel calls $3.65
Casey Finn folds
MccArthur folds
oxiej56 folds
stupidfool folds
TabOut1 shows [Jd Kh]
jckdniel: ugh
jckdniel shows [8h 8s]
*** FLOP *** [Ks 4d Tc]
*** TURN *** [Ks 4d Tc] 8 of clubs
*** RIVER *** [Ks 4d Tc 8c] 3 of spades
TabOut1 shows a pair of Kings
jckdniel shows three of a kind, Eights
jckdniel wins the pot ($7.30) with three of a kind, Eights

     
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well was a bit bad luck that you had so good hand vs his better but you made mistake at Casey Finn raises to $3 you should see he is on smth good and on table was pretty see its str8 like .. the mistake wasnt u called this since you still had out on Full House , but after he went all in was 100% sure he has it and you dont needed to risk it anymore even he could bluffing ( as i mentioned before learn how to fold good hands .. ) ... your call was just bad and if you would raised on flop more or went all in he would fold on str8 draw trust me

     
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yea i saw the second i saw his re-raise i new that he had the straight... but like w444x calling there is iffy cause there is a chance for a full house but i uno i think i woulda folded that early on.. plus the significant beat on the flop would prolly won you the pot cause i cant see him callin that much for a straight draw!

     
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well i see three things or mistakes:

1- Well first you need be a little more than agressive preflop whit that hand dont know 1$ or 1.50$ a or 6BB its ok for a pocket Js Qs Ks or As whitout a callers Blink
2- On flop why check? you got a Q then you need make more agreesive if he wanna see the drw then he need paid a prize Blink well this not happend if you raise preflop Cool
3- Turn well and now we have a flush and stra8 proyets on the turn wellyour QQQ dont look a great hand now then you dont need be agreesive now its time to put a check/call style or check/fold if he raise all-in

well this is my opinion i hope you understand the few errors whit a hand Blink

     
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First things first, don't buy in short. Always make sure you have 100BB for every hand, and constantly top up.

Hand 1: Make it $1 preflop. 4BB+1BB for every caller is my standard. Raising different amounts with different hands is very obvious for anyone paying attention.
Not betting the flop is really bad. You have a very big hand so you want to get money in right now. The best way to get all the money in is to bet.
The rest of the hand is really standard.

Hand 2: Why are you so ridiculously short-stacked? If for some insane reason you want to play with 14BB shoving UTG with KJ at a 9 player table is really bad. What do you expect to call you? I would kinda suspect a little tilt is involved here. No complaining, you got it in behind and lost. So what?

     
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Posted by tommygunne:
First things first, don't buy in short. Always make sure you have 100BB for every hand, and constantly top up.

Hand 1: Make it $1 preflop. 4BB+1BB for every caller is my standard. Raising different amounts with different hands is very obvious for anyone paying attention.
Not betting the flop is really bad. You have a very big hand so you want to get money in right now. The best way to get all the money in is to bet.
The rest of the hand is really standard.

Hand 2: Why are you so ridiculously short-stacked? If for some insane reason you want to play with 14BB shoving UTG with KJ at a 9 player table is really bad. What do you expect to call you? I would kinda suspect a little tilt is involved here. No complaining, you got it in behind and lost. So what?

When its your standart Smile .. dont players some times read you ? Smile i mean when you are pretty all the same whole time you can be pretty readed .. if i may advice you Smile change strategy as always as it will be possible ! Smile

     
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Posted by w4444x:
When its your standard Smile .. dont players some times read you ? Smile i mean when you are pretty all the same whole time you can be pretty readed .. if i may advice you Smile change strategy as always as it will be possible ! Smile


My standard is to raise to 4 big blinds + 1 big blind for every limper. So if I'm the first in the pot at .25/.50 and want to raise I make it 4 x .50 = $2, but if there were 2 limpers before me I would raise to (4 x .50) + (2 x .50) = $3.

If I raise the same amount with all my hands preflop, how can they tell which of the hands I raise with I have? Obviously they can narrow the range of hands that I could possibly have to those I would raise with. How does raising different amounts help? Why would you want to raise to 6 big blinds? When you first do this when this isn't your ordinary raise, villains will just assume you have a big hand, and will fold more often.

If you are just raising to 6BB with big hands and to 3BB with worse hands, people will cop on and only play back at you when you raise to 6BB with very good hands. This is really counterproductive and gives away more info on your hand than you gain in value from raising more.

Raising to a standard amount is much better for your game, and it's easier to type too!

     
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see you played your set passive on flop why? yeah flop is not dangerous but this is small limits poker if he just the 3rd pair he will pay you off
you should be more aggressive

     
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=D lol

     
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