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Hi the fodz yeah not doing to bad, not played much today finished 3rd on a SNG on Bodog, qualified for a $500 tournament on Pacific but didn't do too well. On Hand history I will have a nosy at today hands & see if anything stick out for you guys to have a look at Smile What about you you winning at the moment

     
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I must admit that I´m losing more than winning online lately. Nothing I worry about! Live games I´m doing great, it´s the online world that I haven´t mastered yet! Tongue

     
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Heh in my case its reversed since i won mb one tourney online and almost all the time i had bad beats or bad timed hands .. live ... ( except that one ) and online iam pretty in plus

     
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well Idont know or the AQ is soo fish or is a great player it depends for the style only whit one hand i dont can tell you so much but well on turn he play like a real player Blink bad luck for your low flush

     
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well my live games are suffering at them moment, i play in a pub league just finished 10th in our season out of 40 not as good as last season when I finished 4th. But a new season begins on Tuesday so I'm looking for a good start

     
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It is the poker.
I knew he had Ac Qc

     
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Thats a tough call remember how much u invested in the pot is it worth calling away youre whole stack.. the only thing u can beat imo is a straight... If u would get a 3 to 1 or higher make that call else maybe fold..

     
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i cant see the end of the hand does any one have that problem too anyhow the hand is played bad you way to passive bet youre hands even youre draws they always say its cheaper to bet betaggresive thats all you need to do

     
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bad play i can see why u lost half ur stack

     
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i do think it was a bad call on the river, i probably may have made the same call though, the warning signs are that he bet so aggressivley on the river and not so much on the turn, that would make it seem like the last card actually helped him, it being a 3 of clubs there arent many hands that that would improve with that card which you are ahead of apart from the 6x suited in clubs, and they are both unlikely to call preflop and unlikely to call on the flop. i think if he had of had KQ and had the nut straight he would of charged the flush draw on the turn and tried to see a cheap show down.

it is a hard lay down and i know i get caught calling here too, its probably my biggest weakness in HU holdem, if i have what i consider a big hand and someone is trying to tell me they have a bigger one, even if they almost never bluff i still usually call and hope, and it almost never works

     
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you played very nice limping with suiter connectors like your hand is nice play because when you hit the flop you sometimes hit it really hard and get a monster..

     
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yes why no
sometimes to limp with connectors when i am in good position and a lot of players in the pot
but cold call with hands i think it's bad idea...

     
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Limping is OK imo. You've pretty big implied odds, the button, and a couple of limpers already.

If you 1) were oop 2) had a smaller m/had smaller implied odds 3) been first in, or with only one limper, I would advocate a fold preflop. In these circumstances I think its OK though.

I'd often make it 100 to go though to isolate the limpers.

As played the flop is a super easy fold. What do you plan on hitting?????????? lol

I suppose I play the turn the same, and river is OK. Marginal enough though.

UL.

     
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=D lol

     
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