# [NL20-NL50] two pair agais lpp

• Bronze
Joined: 20.05.2010
Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem \$0.10(BB) Party
SB (\$6.25)
BB (\$9.90)
UTG (\$4.54)
UTG+1 (\$11.79)
Hero (\$12.52)
BTN (\$10.37)

Dealt to Hero Q A

fold, UTG+1 calls \$0.10, Hero raises to \$0.50, fold, fold, fold, UTG+1 calls \$0.40

FLOP (\$1.15) Q A K

UTG+1 checks, Hero bets \$0.90, UTG+1 calls \$0.90

TURN (\$2.95) Q A K 8

UTG+1 checks, Hero bets \$1, UTG+1 calls \$1

RIVER (\$4.95) Q A K 8 7

UTG+1 bets \$2.35, Hero calls \$2.35

UTG+1 shows 6 4
(Pre 39%, Flop 30.6%, Turn 18.2%)

Hero shows Q A
(Pre 61%, Flop 69.4%, Turn 81.8%)

UTG+1 wins \$9.17
• 2 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 17.01.2010
Hey!
Firstly, don't show the results in a hand analysis, it interrupts giving the best answer, when I know what the opponent had.
But of the hand:
Preflop: In every way ok, we have a very strong hand and will definitely want to isolate.
Flop: We hit a monster and want value, also a nice bet size.
Turn: We have a very strong hand, the board is very dangerous, why are you betting here so small??? He'll get odds for no matter what draw, certainly bet very big, 2.3\$ for example is a very nice size.
River: Since we bet so small in turn, then we'll likely have to call this bet in river, since your hands seems very weak and he may try take value with some hand which is weaker than yours. But if you had bet in turn bigger and called him, and would now in river make such a donk bet, I would find a fold 'cause it's almost always a flush.
• Bronze
Joined: 20.05.2010
thanks for the analize

I see that the flop bet was too small, next time i make it a little bigger.