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  14-Apr-11, 21:20   #1
KK Played perfectly +2 
BMWman 

Joined: Feb '11
Location: Canada
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P0ck3tr0k3ts and I was in the FTP $150 FR earlier today. Chatting up a storm on another site, and having lots of fun. He didn't make it to the money, but did come close. I on the other hand did quit well. I got a lot of KK hands, 5 in total. Won them all to, which was very surprising.
1 KK hand in particular i raised the pot, seat to my left called and so did the seat to my right. Guy to my right was allin at this point. Flop came 6sJh4s. As soon as I seen the flop I immediately put the guy to my right on AJ. I bet, he raised, I called. Turn was 8h. I bet, he called. River was 3h. Now I big bet the pot, and got raised. Thought for a minute, still couldn't see him with anything bigger than AJ so I pushed allin. What a nice payoff that was, he called.....
And I finished 21st. So now I have the money to play in the Monster Mania on Sunday woohoo...

Edited by BMWman (14 April 2011 @ 22:19 GMT)


     
  14-Apr-11, 21:26   #2
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andy5521 
Joined: Jul '08
Location: United Kingdom
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Wow you got dealt KK 5 times, i'm lucky to get dealt KK once let alone win 5 times with it. That was a perfect hand for you though, he could of drawn out on you but you got very lucky on turn and river.
Good hand and well played nevertheless Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
  14-Apr-11, 22:01   #3
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Greenmohave 

Joined: Jan '11
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Very nice BMW, Like andy said, I'm lucky to hit KK in one long game let alone 2 or 3, but 5 times. That's great, especially when you win them all. For an A not to ruin one of those KK sets is very fortunate. Hope your luck continues and to all!

     
  15-Apr-11, 01:18   #4
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BMWman 

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Funny thing, 2nd or 3rd hand into the PP $250 freeroll got KK again and doubled up lol. So today I got KK a total of 6 times, and i'm 6-0. Wow, looks like a great baseball score. Someone voted no, lol. I guess they don't think my great read on what buddy was holding, is worth a good play.

     
  15-Apr-11, 01:23   #5
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Greenmohave 

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My apologies BMW, but I didn't even vote until now and the individual who voted no apparently didn't have any comments. Jealousy makes people do weird things! I think it's great when someone can make KK walk 6 times in one day or one game. Good Luck to All except the chicken S**t who didn't comment! Thumbs Up

     
  15-Apr-11, 01:28   #6
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jessthehuman 

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I wouldn't say it was played terribly, but IMO - exercise pot control in post-flop plays like this; raise flop- check/call turn/river.

You never know when a set pops up, or 2-pair.

     
  15-Apr-11, 01:47   #7
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GIOMi6 

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Nice hand, you played the hand very well, altough your opponent had a possible straight draw. You did good with such a premium starting hand.

     
  15-Apr-11, 03:06   #8
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Farce09 

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I love it when a plan comes together. Agree

     
  15-Apr-11, 04:38   #9
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shokaku 

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Nice hand. Your opponent made the right hand on this board to pay you off. The small stack just gambled, and lost.

     
  15-Apr-11, 05:02   #10
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Flippedchips 

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Posted by jessthehuman:
I wouldn't say it was played terribly, but IMO - exercise pot control in post-flop plays like this; raise flop- check/call turn/river.

You never know when a set pops up, or 2-pair.


i dont believe your that passive with Ks jess Big Smile
and n1 BMW as said he had a great hand to pay you off, i would of for sure my chips would of been in on the flop lol

     
  15-Apr-11, 08:20   #11
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doomdy 

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Next time put in a HandHistory its much more easier to read Agree
In fact i dont read historys like this, far to much time to read Tongue

     
  15-Apr-11, 09:05   #12
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jessthehuman 

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Posted by Flippedchips:
Posted by jessthehuman:
I wouldn't say it was played terribly, but IMO - exercise pot control in post-flop plays like this; raise flop- check/call turn/river.

You never know when a set pops up, or 2-pair.


i dont believe your that passive with Ks jess Big Smile
and n1 BMW as said he had a great hand to pay you off, i would of for sure my chips would of been in on the flop lol


lol depends a LOT on my opponent, whether I think I'm getting 3 streets of value vs a worse hand.. In most cases, on a dry board, I'm shoving the turn, f**k letting them catch up for anything smaller(bet). If the board is wet, then I try and use some pot control.

     
  15-Apr-11, 09:15   #13
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eorituz 
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haha very nice one Smile congrats !

     
  15-Apr-11, 09:39   #14
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schmoyster 
Joined: Jul '09
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BMWman, I totally agree with Doomdy. You should post the hand history instead of the screen shot. In fact the screen shot doesn't show if you played the hand perfectly (and this is what you ask in the thread title). We can't see starting stacks and bet sizes. If you really want your hand to be analyzed in detail, you should paste the hand history.

     
  15-Apr-11, 09:41   #15
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Flippedchips 

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with a flush draw there im betting because if they want to hit im taking them on a trip to value town if they miss Big Smile

     
  15-Apr-11, 13:31   #16
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Fakiry 

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Your reading was very nice, but imagine now that he had JJ. I think he would have reactd the same way, don't you think? Would he put you all in at the turn? Never, he just wanted you to put more chips in the pot. Happilly for you, he couldnt read you very well, i can't even say what was he thinking about when he played that way. Ok, so he had top pair, but there were too many chances you had some 3 of a kind. He was a bit desperate, and you did knew how to take advantage of that. Congrats!

     
  15-Apr-11, 13:40   #17
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BMWman 

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Posted by Fakiry:
Your reading was very nice, but imagine now that he had JJ. I think he would have reactd the same way, don't you think? Would he put you all in at the turn? Never, he just wanted you to put more chips in the pot. Happilly for you, he couldnt read you very well, i can't even say what was he thinking about when he played that way. Ok, so he had top pair, but there were too many chances you had some 3 of a kind. He was a bit desperate, and you did knew how to take advantage of that. Congrats!


You are right. I had been playing this guy for quite some time, we were in a few good hands together. Got used to what he raised, and called with. As soon as that flop hit, I just knew he had AJos. He in fact had AJ suited. I was surprised when his cards turned over. I had his cards right, but they was a little higher a hand than that. But my instincts on this guy were bang on.
He sure wasn't expecting to see me with my 4th KK hand of the tournament. He was there for the 1st four KK hands....

     
  15-Apr-11, 13:42   #18
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Arithmajik 

Joined: Feb '11
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Good stuff, it's always nice to get paid on your big hands. If you don't mind me askin' how much did you earn for your finish?

May your pocket Kings never be cracked, good luck.

     
  15-Apr-11, 14:10   #19
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B1gfoot 

Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
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Well, I was going to say no, and give my reasons, but as I read it and start to make my comment it becomes more and more of a horrid hand, not only the play but the way you have worded it...so im going to stick just to NO it was played horrid, and if you want to post a HH i will explain why...the putting him on AJ is just abserd, im supprised you didnt put him on AJ pre-flop.
Sorry for the negativity Smile Smile

     
  15-Apr-11, 14:16   #20
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schmoyster 
Joined: Jul '09
Location: Russian Federation
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Posted by B1gfoot:
the putting him on AJ is just abserd

IMAO putting smb on smth in a free-roll is absurd in general. If there is a hand-history we still could pretend that it is real money and analyze.

PS Am I the only one who thinks that the censor filter of BRM site is too strict. If you type "freeroll", "hand history" or the name of the poker room they are not displayed in the post. What is wrong with these terms?

Edited by schmoyster (15 April 2011 @ 14:22 GMT)


     
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