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Whats should do hero ?

Seat 1: HERO ($49.25)
Seat 2: mvlj ($48.00)
Seat 3: fideltus ($68.07)
Seat 4: starport ($59.73)
Seat 5: Hapvis ($26.00)
Seat 6: komuves ($89.21)
Seat 7: llinars1 ($64.58)
Seat 8: Bartok75 ($98.05)
Seat 9: Richar_R10 ($41.45)
Seat 10: T.Bag ($34.65)
komuves posts the big blind of $0.50
Hapvis posts the small blind of $0.25
starport is the button
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to HERO [ :As :8s ]
llinars1 folds
Bartok75 calls $0.50
Richar_R10 calls $0.50
T.Bag calls $0.50
HERO calls $0.50
mvlj folds
fideltus calls $0.50
starport calls $0.50
Hapvis calls $0.50
komuves checks
*** FLOP *** [ :Ks :6s :8d ]
Hapvis checks
komuves bets $2.00
Bartok75 folds
Richar_R10 folds
T.Bag calls $2.00
HERO calls $2.00
fideltus calls $2.00
starport folds
Hapvis folds
*** TURN *** [ :Ks :6s :8d ] [ :4s ]
komuves checks
T.Bag checks
HERO bets $7.00
fideltus calls $7.00
komuves folds
T.Bag folds
*** RIVER *** [ :Ks :6s :8d :4s ] [ :Kd ]
HERO checks
fideltus bets $40.00
HERO ??????


robimy na riverze?

Seat 1: HERO ($49.25)
Seat 2: mvlj ($48.00)
Seat 3: fideltus ($68.07)
Seat 4: starport ($59.73)
Seat 5: Hapvis ($26.00)
Seat 6: komuves ($89.21)
Seat 7: llinars1 ($64.58)
Seat 8: Bartok75 ($98.05)
Seat 9: Richar_R10 ($41.45)
Seat 10: T.Bag ($34.65)
komuves posts the big blind of $0.50
Hapvis posts the small blind of $0.25
starport is the button
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to HERO [ :As :8s ]
llinars1 folds
Bartok75 calls $0.50
Richar_R10 calls $0.50
T.Bag calls $0.50
HERO calls $0.50
mvlj folds
fideltus calls $0.50
starport calls $0.50
Hapvis calls $0.50
komuves checks
*** FLOP *** [ :Ks :6s :8d ]
Hapvis checks
komuves bets $2.00
Bartok75 folds
Richar_R10 folds
T.Bag calls $2.00
HERO calls $2.00
fideltus calls $2.00
starport folds
Hapvis folds
*** TURN *** [ :Ks :6s :8d ] [ :4s ]
komuves checks
T.Bag checks
HERO bets $7.00
fideltus calls $7.00
komuves folds
T.Bag folds
*** RIVER *** [ :Ks :6s :8d :4s ] [ :Kd ]
HERO checks
fideltus bets $40.00
HERO ??????


Oraz drugie

Przeciwnik: 16/4/1 po 300 rêkach

Seat 1: magnetic5 ($114.55)
Seat 2: bankera1 ($58.30)
Seat 3: tentaculat ($48.00)
Seat 4: HERO ($65.25)
Seat 5: oidekonj ($15.80)
Seat 6: Nokedli G ($51.80)
Seat 7: Neolee ($58.65)
Seat 8: manjarin1 ($57.40)
Seat 9: KEZMAN82 ($50.00)
Seat 10: Maresca$ ($42.80)
oidekonj posts the small blind of $0.25
Nokedli G posts the big blind of $0.50
HERO is the button
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to HERO [ :As :Qs ]
Neolee folds
manjarin1 folds
KEZMAN82 raises $3.00
Maresca$ folds
magnetic5 calls $3.00
bankera1 calls $3.00
tentaculat folds
HERO calls $3.00
oidekonj folds
Nokedli G folds
*** FLOP *** [ :Kd :5c :Ks ]
KEZMAN82 checks
magnetic5 checks
bankera1 checks
HERO checks
*** TURN *** [ :Kd :5c :Ks ] [ :2s ]
KEZMAN82 bets $2.00
magnetic5 folds
bankera1 folds
HERO calls $2.00
*** RIVER *** [ :Kd :5c :Ks :2s] [ :6s ]
KEZMAN82 bets $15.00
HERO ?????

     
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this is a tough one... im not to sure how i would approach this.. theres a full house possibility out there.. dont think hes got quads cuz he would of raise on pre flop to put more money in the pot.. i could see with 2 pair king 4 with a potential flush out there him calling then hitting his full house... how did this end up?

     
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Posted by xxxitaliaxxx13:
this is a tough one... im not to sure how i would approach this.. theres a full house possibility out there.. dont think hes got quads cuz he would of raise on pre flop to put more money in the pot.. i could see with 2 pair king 4 with a potential flush out there him calling then hitting his full house... how did this end up?


Yes, If we had pair on the table, whos always can get full house ... and it's problem ... so I asking that you only call, raise ?

end of this hands I write later Smile

     
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thats tight but i think i would only call.. very well possibly hes got the quads... cuz of his check small bet on the turn then bigger on river... or possibly has a flush as well... lol i would call..

     
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I´d call aswell, who knows maybe he had a lower flush. But when it comes to betting, I always trap people by limping in with high pocket pairs for example. Not everytime but I do get paid very well doing it, so be careful, not every player follows the same pattern.

     
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I'd make a call, almost the same thing happened to me, raised then reraised only to find out that the other guy has a full house. Better to gain little and lose little that to gain all or lose all.

     
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True, but there are so many excellent players out there with the techniques to make you think you have to put your whole stack at risk, everytime you play against them. This can be very intimidating. So watch out who you play against, and becareful not to lose your money to fear.

     
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hahah the "fear factor" or "releam of fear" as me and buddies call it lol we are masters of that online.. comes with abit of talkin hhahah hasnt failed me yet.. (knock on wood) it doesnt fail and some1 goes over the top cuz they arent scared lol..but we work it well so its ok...

     
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i would just call @ the second...

at the first, i think he got his full house or he had a flush too

     
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yea im thinkin flush but nto soooo much full house altho very possible im dyin to see what the answer was tho.. lol

     
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call..

when do you post the end of this hand??

     
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im glad to see that i was right (well most ppl agree with me) in the calling situation... its reassuring

     
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Two factors are more important in this hand than how much he raised.
1. What hands did he played before. If he played K 3, K 6, or those kinds of hands and called a raise with top pair and low kicker. Or did he played only strong hands.
2. How did he acted before when someone show weakness.

If he played strong hands only than he probably has trips, specially if tried to steal pot on more than one ocasion.
If he played loose and called raises with crap trying to fish, then youll probably facing a full house.

In my opinion i would bet hard on that turn. Theres 11.50 in the pot thats 25% of your chips (nearly) and I would go for the pot and finish this hand while its mine. If he calls that raise then your facing quads or full house either way youre beaten.
This way you cant know for sure, you made under the pot bet and he knows youre tight on your stack. You get scared of the pair on board and he tries to steal it. I think you should have at least call him.
I think guy had pair of Aces in his hand and was waiting for A, or maybe a straight. That komuves had 4th A in his hand probably with K. I dont know its hard to tell like this.

I really want to know how it ended.
Predobar Aww crap!

     
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yea i really want to no how this ended.. the suspense is killing me lol..

     
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Mateus, do you have any more hands you would like to share with us?
Please feel free to post as many as you like. We can all learn and discuss some more.

This goes for anyone... if you have a hand history that you´d like to share, don´t be embarassed if you lost the hand, those are the best ones to learn from!

     
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Call!

     
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OK Mateusz stop fooling around and give us results of this game.
Smile

Predobar Aww crap!

     
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i would call as well in that case , ofc its some ultra mega tight player mb i will think about it but u can check him with check raise/reraises before so u somehow can get what he has in pocket ... but as i said i would probably call this ones

     
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Yeah mateusz099, i think it's about time you show us what happened to HERO. Thumbs Up

     
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I would of called.
If he rivered you then thats one hell of a cooler.

Id be interested to see how this ended. Confused

     
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