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  7-Aug-09, 04:29   #21
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CunteN 

Joined: Oct '07
Location: Sweden
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 386
Nah, not the right way to play it... But you won you said?..
grats! Cool

     
  7-Aug-09, 06:07   #22
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Phospate22 
Joined: Apr '09
Location: Hungary
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 228
yes it is, its too risky i think, you shouldnt play like a redneck Smile. But unfortunately i played too many second domination cards and 50-50%chane to win it or not.

     
  7-Aug-09, 07:03   #23
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karstenkloss 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Serbia
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 116
You had luck in this situation. Crap like Q7 will loose on the long run only money. You flop 2pair, but not top-2pair.

     
  7-Aug-09, 09:52   #24
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xixi 
Joined: Oct '07
Location: Argentina
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 16
Posted by ImAllInAA:
I like the call with Q-7 preflop in a blind vs. blind battle.


for a "blinds battle" we needs some raises i guess

Posted by ImAllInAA:
There is actually a pretty good chance you have the best hand in this situation.


there is actually any poss in the table to receive better hands?


Aww crap!


btw; raise preflop to steal the BB, or fold, by COMPLETING THE SB AND CALL THE MINRAISE FROM THE BB SAYS "HEY BUDDY, I DONT HAVE GOOD HAND BUT I WANT TO SEE THE FLOP, MAYBE I HIT TWO PAIRS OR SOME PROJECT" this is so WEAK

flop action: check/raise its good, buy minraising the villain get a cheap draws, and then when he hits his draw your 2pairs are in trouble, x3/x4 its a better raise and specially when the flop comes with 2 suited cards

in my opinion

sorry my bad english Thumbs Up

Edited by xixi (07 August 2009 @ 10:08 GMT)


     
  7-Aug-09, 10:48   #25
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MrMan 

Joined: Sep '08
Location: Norway
Age: 49 (M)
Posts: 336
Agree with most that this bad play.

Not raising SB vs. BB is sure to get you in trouble.
And playing Q7o is also a sure way to get in trouble.

You end up in marginal situations were you have no controll.

     
  7-Aug-09, 11:44   #26
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rstezy 
Joined: Oct '08
Location: Canada
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 17
Dude if your asking, you know its bad play, but you won the hand so who cares, JUST DONT DO IT AGAIN LOL

     
  7-Aug-09, 13:16   #27
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fochizza 

Joined: May '08
Location: Belgium
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 467
Easy fold preflop, you have a crap hand and awfull position. But hey you called and flopped 2 pairs, your decision after his raise/raraises should rely on your read. Vs solid players your likely up agenst AQ or a set, vs retards who play top pairs as te nuts is an easy call.

     
  8-Aug-09, 07:27   #28
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Lurk3r 
Joined: Apr '09
Location: Australia
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 95
Q7 is a bad hand, but you seemed to play that ok

i would reccomend folding there preflop, because you canl get into a LOT of trouble when you hit just a queen for top pair.

but you didnt play it too bad in all fairness, but if you play hands like q7 you have to be careful about them having a better queen. but your implied odds were pretty amazing, so its not going to hurt you too much against that particular player

overall i would say bad call preflop from the SB, after the raise its probably a worse call, but a call i would probably(definitely) make if i was in 4th/5th gear

but good play postflop Smile good work taking all his money hahaha

     
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