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  5-Dec-11, 09:20   #1
Would you have played this differently 0 
jbrooksie 

Joined: Oct '10
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 58 (M)
Posts: 442
This is the final table of a PLHE tourney I was in two minds about calling villains river bet as I wasn't really getting the correct odd but figured that if I did hit the straight I would get his entire stack and be in with a chance of coming first. I have no stats on the villain as I don't use the HUD for tourneys.

I certainly didn't expect him to call my pre-flop with 2 4, post flop I put him on 45s, 56s or most likely Ax

iPoker - $3+$0.30|<> PL - Holdem - 10 players

BB: 50,500.00
UTG: 123,283.00
UTG+1: 65,041.50
MP: 46,271.50
MP+1: 36,682.00
MP+2: 24,535.00
LP: 29,066.00
Hero (CO): 56,110.00
BTN: 36,075.00
SB: 54,936.00

SB posts SB 1,200.00, BB posts BB 2,400.00

Pre Flop: (3600.00) Hero has 5 Diamond: 6 Diamond:

fold, fold, fold, fold, fold, fold, b]Hero raises to 4,800.00 fold, SB calls 3,600.00, fold

Flop: (12000.00, 2 players) 4 Heart: 3 Club: A Diamond:
SB bets 6,000.00 Hero calls 6,000.00

Turn: (24000.00, 2 players) 4 Club:
SB bets 12,000.00 Hero calls 12,000.00

River: (48000.00, 2 players) 2 Spade:
SB bets 32,136.00 Hero calls 32,136.00

Hero mucks 5 Diamond: 6 Diamond: (Straight, Six High) (Pre 65%, Flop 40%, Turn 9%)
SB shows 2 Heart: 4 Spade: (Full House, Fours full of Twos) (Pre 35%, Flop 60%, Turn 91%)
SB wins 112,272.00

Edited by jbrooksie (05 December 2011 @ 09:25 GMT)


     
  5-Dec-11, 10:08   #2
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B1gfoot 

Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 40 (M)
Posts: 6714
I never min raise, so to start my bet would be min of 3x, depending, sometimes in position with not so great hands I only want the blinds, and will bet 4 or 5, I would then re-raise the flop to represent the A, as, in this hand they way its played, I would have gave up on the turn.
So, yep I would have played differently.

     
  5-Dec-11, 10:15   #3
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Kyrred 
Joined: Oct '11
Location: Finland
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 6
yeah, I would have played as Bigfoot wrote, but If for some reason I would have seen the river card, I would have called just as you did.

     
  5-Dec-11, 13:04   #4
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jbrooksie 

Joined: Oct '10
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 58 (M)
Posts: 442
Posted by B1gfoot:
I never min raise, so to start my bet would be min of 3x, depending, sometimes in position with not so great hands I only want the blinds, and will bet 4 or 5, I would then re-raise the flop to represent the A, as, in this hand they way its played, I would have gave up on the turn.
So, yep I would have played differently.


This is pot limit, the most I could have bet pre-flop would have been 6000, I bet 4800 expecting to win the blinds without it costing me too much if he came back with a pot re-raise.

Edited by jbrooksie (05 December 2011 @ 13:08 GMT)


     
  5-Dec-11, 13:12   #5
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Setera 
Joined: May '11
Location: Belgium
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 117
Kinda phetatic play there from the SB.
He's a real gambler 20bb's calling 24o.

I would prolly take this line: 3bet him after the flop as he lead out. His leading out shows weakness in my eyes most of the time.
He normally should fold to a 3bet. Then you can fold the turn easely if he'd donk out again. Most of the time he'll check to you unless theres a dangerous card. Meaning you'll more often pick the pot at the flop or you see cheaper to the river. (As you took the line of calling 2ce)

If i'd call the flop, I would definatly fold to the turnbet there, you are putting way to much of your stack in there.

At least my point of view on a tournaments play

     
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