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[NL2-NL10] flop trips rundown

    • Platinumfrown
      Joined: 26.06.2011 Posts: 26
      went on tilt after this.. lost half my $50 bankroll, what did i do wrong?

      <SESSION time="1310777455" tableName="Karun-10" id="1321.207.867" type="ring" money="$" screenName="pizzarounder" game="hold-em" gametype="no-limit"/>
      <HAND time="1310778424" id="6931192729" index="11" blinds="$0.03/$0.05" stakes="$0.03/$0.05">
      <SEAT position="0" name="marino6969" balance="549"/>
      <SEAT position="1" name="ossie" balance="348"/>
      <SEAT position="2" name="Brakkelmann" balance="394"/>
      <SEAT position="3" name="pizzarounder" balance="332"/>
      <SEAT position="4" name="titogabz" balance="716"/>
      <DEALER position="4"/>
      <BLIND position="0" amount="3" penalty="0"/>
      <BLIND position="1" amount="5" penalty="0"/>
      <HOLE position="0">--</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="1">--</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="2">--</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="3">3d</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="4">--</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="0">--</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="1">--</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="2">--</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="3">3h</HOLE>
      <HOLE position="4">--</HOLE>
      <BET position="2" amount="5"/>
      <BET position="3" amount="19"/>
      <BET position="4" amount="19"/>
      <BET position="0" amount="16"/>
      <FOLD position="1"/>
      <BET position="2" amount="14"/>
      <SWEEP rake="4" tax="0">77</SWEEP>
      <COMMUNITY>9c, 8h, 3s</COMMUNITY>
      <BET position="0" amount="0"/>
      <BET position="2" amount="0"/>
      <BET position="3" amount="45"/>
      <BET position="4" amount="45"/>
      <BET position="0" amount="45"/>
      <FOLD position="2"/>
      <SWEEP rake="14" tax="0">202</SWEEP>
      <BET position="0" amount="0"/>
      <BET position="3" amount="100"/>
      <BET position="4" amount="100"/>
      <BET position="0" amount="100"/>
      <SWEEP rake="34" tax="0">482</SWEEP>
      <BET position="0" amount="0"/>
      <BET position="3" amount="100"/>
      <BET position="4" amount="552" allin="1"/>
      <FOLD position="0"/>
      <BET position="3" amount="68" allin="1"/>
      <PUSH position="4" amount="384"/>
      <SWEEP rake="56" tax="0">796</SWEEP>
      <SHOW position="4">10d, Jc</SHOW>
      <SHOW position="3">3d, 3h</SHOW>
      <WIN position="4" amount="796" pot="0" potAmount="796"/>
  • 1 reply
    • Gerv
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 17,678

      First of all I kindly request you to post a converted hand next time. You can paste the code you posted into so you get a neat version of your hand:

      $0.03/$0.05 No Limit Holdem
      5 Players
      Hand Conversion Powered by

      UTG ($3.94)
      Hero (CO) ($3.32)
      BTN ($7.16)
      SB ($5.49)
      BB ($3.48)

      Pre-Flop: ($0.08, 5 players) Hero is CO 3:diamond: 3:heart:
      UTG calls $0.05, Hero raises to $0.19, BTN calls $0.19, SB calls $0.16, 1 fold, UTG calls $0.14

      Flop: 9:club: 8:heart: 3:spade: ($0.81, 4 players)
      SB checks, UTG checks, Hero bets $0.45, BTN calls $0.45, SB calls $0.45, UTG folds

      Turn: 5:club: ($2.16, 3 players)
      SB checks, Hero bets $1, BTN calls $1, SB calls $1

      River: Q:diamond: ($5.16, 3 players)
      SB checks, Hero bets $1, BTN goes all-in $5.52, SB folds, Hero goes all-in $0.68

      Final Pot: $12.36
      Hero shows
      3:diamond: 3:heart:
      BTN shows
      10:diamond: J:club:

      BTN wins $11.80 (net +$4.64)

      SB lost $1.67
      UTG lost $0.19
      Hero lost $3.32

      Now this looks better isn't ;) ?

      About the hand:

      We do NOT raise 33 if there is someone limping before us. it is very hard as a MSS player to get a good profit if someone is calling before us. If everyone folded before us we can raise our hand!

      On the Flop you hit a set, good now we have to bet! YOur betsizing is on the lower side. I would make it $0.6 if the postflop stack is $3. This way you can also bet bigger on the Turn to get all-in as soon as possible.

      So again on the Turn as played I would bet Bigger than $1 , that's why you lost this hand ;)

      Now I would recommend you to restudy the MSS articles again and do not panic: sometimes bad players win hands and thats the exact reason why there are still bad players playing poker

      - Gerv