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  29-Jan-14, 19:07   #1
very bad bluff 0 

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***** Hand History for Game 13608361671 *****
NL Texas Hold'em $1 USD Buy-in Trny:108010741 Level:20 Blinds-Antes(2.000/4.000 -400) - Wednesday, January 29, 20:01:08 CET 2014
Table $500 Gtd Deepstack (108010741) Table #4 (Real Money)
Seat 7 is the button
Total number of players : 7/9
Seat 5: AvengerDnepr ( 103,076 )
Seat 8: Enchanted13 ( 130,521 )
Seat 9: Haldur3 ( 171,540 )
Seat 7: bejenaru88 ( 960 )
Seat 2: everhardvrind ( 164,994 )
Seat 1: goldmine20 ( 79,727 )
Seat 4: yblod ( 112,110 )
Trny:108010741 Level:20
Blinds-Antes(2.000/4.000 -400)
goldmine20 posts ante [400]
everhardvrind posts ante [400]
yblod posts ante [400]
AvengerDnepr posts ante [400]
bejenaru88 posts ante [400]
Enchanted13 posts ante [400]
Haldur3 posts ante [400]
Enchanted13 posts small blind [2,000].
Haldur3 posts big blind [4,000].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to yblod [ 8c 8s ]
goldmine20 will be using his time bank for this hand.
goldmine20 folds
everhardvrind folds
yblod raises [8,000]
AvengerDnepr folds
bejenaru88 folds
Enchanted13 folds
Haldur3 calls [4,000]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 8d, 3h, Kc ]
Haldur3 bets [12,000]
yblod calls [12,000]
** Dealing Turn ** [ Ah ]
Haldur3 bets [20,000]
yblod raises [44,000]
Haldur3 raises [68,000]
yblod is all-In [47,710]
Haldur3 calls [3,710]
** Dealing River ** [ 2s ]
Haldur3 shows [ 3c, 9c ]a pair of Threes.
yblod shows [ 8c, 8s ]three of a kind, Eights.
yblod wins 228,220 chips from the main pot with three of a kind, Eights.

  29-Jan-14, 19:19   #2

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  29-Jan-14, 20:25   #3

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Since you had flopped a set you definitely gonna call this.But what about if u had KT,KJ,KQ after such an aggressive betting maybe you would give it up?After the Ace on turn do you continue with something like a King with low kicker?Me not.
It is true though that some people during the play decide they are gods of poker and rest of us fishes and we are supposed to deal with sloppy/messy play and finally lay down our cards.
Cant remember how many times such bluffs turned to nuts with ,for example,3 or even a 9 and outruns your Ace(not here but u get what am I saying)

  29-Jan-14, 21:10   #4
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Yep, some people on micro stakes (sometimes on higher stakes as well) do some bluffs, that don´t make any sense.

  29-Jan-14, 21:43   #5

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Bluff? He had a pair!
Opponent could represent the K or A here, but when he got raised at the turn it was time for him to fold, and cut his losses. Going over the top here, made no sense at all, cause he could only beat a stone cold bluff.

  29-Jan-14, 21:48   #6
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Yes, it was a bluff, he wasn´t value 3-betting his pair of threes on the turn, at least most people don´t that.

  30-Jan-14, 10:36   #7
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This hand played itself when you flopped a set especially when he came out betting. If i got flat called after making this bet, alarm bells would be going off in my head and i would have definitely shut down on the turn. Nice hand and well played

  2-Feb-14, 21:21   #8

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gratz on the win, if you don't mind me asking, where did you place in the tourney, seems like you were in the later stages

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