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aces to fold is very hard,but the board shows straight and flushdraws! so i habd pushed all-in on the flop to make an call for every draw very very hard

     
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You've got a M of 22. So you made the right move. Flush draw, straight draw on the flop... Should you have raised more preflop? Maybe, but your raise was already pretty decent.

All in preflop? Maniac play... so I wouldn't advise for it.
However, it's a freeroll: stronger raise preflop might be better play.
But it's easy to say when you know the opponent's hole cards!

You've got nothing to be ashamed of. Smile

     
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I would probably have done the same pre flop then gone all in post flop given the description of the players you gave, maybe raised a little more pre... But I reckon you made a good decision either way given the lateness. Did you end up cashing?

     
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Raise more pre flop to discourage flush and other stuffs

     
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you should play more aggresive on preflop i think

     
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Agree

     
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Dangerous play preflop: When it's your turn, the pot is already 6000 (BB+SB) + 4000 + 8000 = 18000, and your raise is 24K, which gives the aggressive players to good a gambling chance (3:1 on their money). If only one of the aggresive players would call and everyone else would fold, the raiser would still only have to pay 16000 to be in a 60000-62000 pot, and the ideal thing is to have one caller. So I would say: all in! because then you would be a big favorite against almost any calling hand.

     
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Maybe raise a little more preflop... (but your raise was not bad)...
Peoples makes some crazy calls -_- hard hand to play...
i think your fold was good (to much possibilities : three of a kind, two pair, straight...)

     
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shove on flop

     
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It's attractive to slowplay your AA, but I will play it more agressive, just to get people out the pot.

     
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i think u should have gone allin pre flop or after flop when u saw two hearts. AA is good enough to go allin at these stages.
but if you were so close to payout and you didn't wanna take risk then the fold might be justified

     
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AA are the best hole cards, with a villain win 85% of the hands, in my opinion raise all-in preflop is the best option, never is good the slowplay of a premium hand.

     
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It's hard to say, but yes I would have played it differently.

Preflop I would have raised even more. Perhaps even an all-in, because you want to secure the chips early an uncontested if getting in the money is your prime objective. If you on the other hand only play for top places your raise is correct. After the flop you only clickreraise? Unless he is absolutely stonebluffing he can't mathematically fold that. You need to reraise him more if you want him to fold.

On the turn I believe you are making the right decision no matter what. With the possible flush (flushdraw) and also a 10, trips would burn you. You play after the turn in my opinion is absolutely correct. You can't call this. What you might should have done was to go all-in after the flop. The K7 would probably fold and seat 5 would call --> making you the winner of the pot.

     
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you should have raised WAY more on the flop.

i can understand folding on the turn, its a brave call.

seat 5 played it awful aswell.

that raise on the flop is pointless, it easily gives other players the odds to call with any draw.

Edited by Lurk3r (08 August 2009 @ 07:40 GMT)


     
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so pot is 96K and there is a flush draw a str8 draw and many more and some1 bets 12k into that pot and all u do is raise it 2 24k. You want ppl out not in with a flop like that. You made the mistake of not raising enough on the flop at least 2/3's of the pot to make the draws pay u off but if I were u I would of pushed because I don't c any1 floping a str8 with 2 raises preflop (10xKx or 10x8x) most likely out preflop, and I would make ppl pay to chase. All you can worry about is may b QJsuited or a set of 9's. If any1 had J's or Q's most likely would of reraised.

     
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After the flop you hace to raise a lot more... you're giving them all pot odds to draw for straights and flushes... A bigger raise there would be the best thing to do!

     
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