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Pivotal HU Hand in 45 MTT  +1   
Level XII (800/1600)
9-max Seat #4 is the button
Seat 4: klopmand (32351 in chips)
Seat 6: es1975 (35149 in chips)
klopmand: posts the ante 75
es1975: posts the ante 75
klopmand: posts small blind 800
es1975: posts big blind 1600
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to klopmand [Ac Tc]
klopmand: raises 1600 to 3200
es1975: calls 1600
*** FLOP *** [Jc Qc 9d]
es1975: checks
klopmand: bets 3200
es1975: raises 3200 to 6400
klopmand: raises 22676 to 29076 and is all-in
es1975: calls 22676
*** TURN *** [Jc Qc 9d] 8 of diamonds
*** RIVER *** [Jc Qc 9d 8d] Ace of diamonds
*** SHOW DOWN ***
es1975: shows [Kc 2c] (high card Ace)
klopmand: shows [Ac Tc] (a straight, Eight to Queen)
klopmand collected 64702 from pot
es1975 said, "nh"
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 64702 | Rake 0
Board [Jc Qc 9d 8d Ad]
Seat 4: klopmand (button) (small blind) showed [Ac Tc] and won (64702) with a straight, Eight to Queen
Seat 6: es1975 (big blind) showed [Kc 2c] and lost with high card Ace

Epic 31 Hand HU battle in 45 MTT, this is hand 30, so I have some really good reads. This may seems hyper aggro, but one of my reads is the flop min-raise. If they had a made hand, they would have flatted, or pushed a lot harder if fearful of the fl draw, so I actually put them on the OESD. I have that and the fl draw covered, so I went for it. didn't expect a call, but when they did, I had a slight 'oops' moment, until I saw the cards. Needless to say, they were crippled.

Any thoughts would be appreciated...

     
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Nut flushdraw + oesd + one overcard = the nuts. You are ahead of everything but a set. And even a set is not that much of a favorite.

     
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Posted by shokaku:
Nut flushdraw + oesd + one overcard = the nuts. You are ahead of everything but a set. And even a set is not that much of a favorite.

Same thoughts. Well played Thumbs Up

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yeah thats a good play and the other guy is a fish for call whit a K2 suited i dont know why this people call whit crap like that maibe just fell lucky or something else Big Smile wp Blink

     
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well he had a lot as well, 2nd nut flush, draw gut shot straight draw and an over card, plenty to catch unless he is up agaisnt your exact hand pretty much.

     
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My friends use to say i am too tight because i always imagine the oponents with one of the best hands possible after flop. I agree with you analysing after flop reaction of es1975. You were the one who was trying to win. If he wanted too, he had to do one of two: went all in, and then you would think he was robbing you but could also put him in a KT situation and perhaps you would fold; or, he should just call after flop, so you still dont know what he has (nothing or straight going slow play). Mini raises at this time just showed leak of strenght. You could have lost this hand if river give a T, but, in my opinion, you would have played very well in the same! Agree

     
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"My friends use to say i am too tight because i always imagine the oponents with one of the best hands possible after flop. ..."

I've been accused of that, in a nice way. Can't be that way headsup, especially after playing a 45 MTT and being on the final tbl the whole time with es1975. With a straight up HU match, you kinda have play a little to get a read on your opponent.

"You could have lost this hand if river give a T ..."

That would have been a pisser, though I do have a T in my hand, so less likely to hit...

     
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