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I was playing a cash table against 4 players. My hand game out pocket 9's which i bet $11 to. Two others folded and i was called by one player.

-The flop - 9(h) j(d) 7(h)

I check and so does the other player

-The turn - 4(c)

I check, the other player makes it $17 which i call.

-The River - 2(s)

I check and the other player goes all in for $189. What's my next move? Bearing in mind this particular hand was on Pokerstars and the player is known for being stubborn but not crazy with his money!

     
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C-bet the flop. Helps a lot to determine the hand of your opponent. Now you are in a limbo.

That huge overbet at the river is either a "go away" bet with a missed draw, and there are a lot of draws out, or the nuts with T8. I would call this.

     
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dont tell me he had trip jacks................. Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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All will be revealed when I have a few answers Smile

     
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ok il would of bet the flop cause of the straight draw and flush draw.......

but in your case i would still call $17

     
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Ofc you will call or press it all in if that raise didn't mean that. You will win that hand about 8/10 times i would guess and that is too good to fold. Dollar Dollar Dollar

     
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Posted by gustn:
Ofc you will call or press it all in if that raise didn't mean that. You will win that hand about 8/10 times i would guess and that is too good to fold. Dollar Dollar Dollar



ok il stick my neck out...... he played the hand wrong anyway...
. cause i would of played it different..

     
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First of all, if you want to say us which hand he had is because you finally call his all-in, am i wrong? In any case, he might have T8, Jacks or simply a not completed flush draw or AK, AQ and pushed because of your weakness. I don't know ...

     
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Player had 8-10, this happened exactly the same in the next hand i played only I had the 8-10, so got my money back off the same player lol

     
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wats the 0dds 0f that twice in r0w. l0l very rand0m

     
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congratulation. You so lucky with the second hand. Blink

     
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I would have called, pulled T8 out of my left sock and stashed the nines in my right one ready for a better board later.

p.s If you see me apparently scratching my ass pre-flop, that's where the aces are hidden.

     
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How on earth do you call a all in with set?
That aint NL10 your on there, nicely trapped and a good read from him id say.. Worship
Getting a lucky flop is 1 thing the real skill is know how much you can make from it, wp to him i say.
You even say he is "stubborn but not crazy with his money!" <<<
Lucky to get your money back IMO.

     
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why on earth would you not make a c-bet with a set on the flop, dangerous looking board
the way you played it you can't do anything but calling that riverbet as he might be bluffing you, trying to steal that pot as you were so passive, unfortunatly for you he flopped his nuts and trapped you.

honestly i think i would bet 3 streets and probably fold to an all in raise on the river if he's tight aggressive, if he's a loose fish i'd still call. but as you said he does not go crazy with his money i'm thinking he's kind of tight and only does this with nuts(mmm now i feel like eating nuts)

     
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Definitely agree that you had to raise on that flop. You don't say what limits your playing and don't give positions so it's hard to say exactly but I think this was poor play. I am surprised however that he didn't raise the flop either as his hand can only get worse.

If you had bet the flop though it would have been very difficult to fold to a raise. But you could have had a lot more control of the hand. And presuming he hadn't gone all-in before the river it would be pretty easy to put him on JJ or 8 10 if he pushed on a very blank river.

I think though that you were very unlucky this hand. Losing a lot of your stack was inevitable. Very lucky you had a reversal of fortunes the next hand.

     
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