[NL2-NL10] NL10 - AA need you oppinion

    • fericitu
      fericitu
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.01.2008 Posts: 1
      Played at mansion poker. My read on the villain was that he was agg. preflop (raising any two face cards) also on the flop.
      Maybe I should have raised him as some point but I have put him on top top pair ace-kicker or overpair.

      Seat 1: kantakt5565 ($13.40 in chips)
      Seat 2: Isa.23 ($9.40 in chips)
      Seat 3: poker2007man ($0.80 in chips)
      Seat 6: ccqinsheng ($12.20 in chips) - Villain
      Seat 8: YuNyMMM ($9.75 in chips)
      Seat 9: fericitu ($9.40 in chips) - Hero
      Seat 10: marfale ($9.30 in chips)


      ANTES/BLINDS
      marfale posts blind ($0.05), kantakt5565 posts blind ($0.10).

      PRE-FLOP
      Isa.23 calls $0.10, poker2007man folds, ccqinsheng bets $0.40, YuNyMMM folds, fericitu calls $0.40, marfale folds, kantakt5565 folds, Isa.23 calls $0.30.

      FLOP [board cards: 4C,8C,JH ]
      Isa.23 checks, ccqinsheng bets $1, fericitu calls $1, Isa.23 folds.

      TURN [board cards: 4C,8C,JH,5H ]
      ccqinsheng bets $2, fericitu calls $2.

      RIVER [board cards: 4C,8C,JH,5H,TC ]
      ccqinsheng bets $4, fericitu calls $4.

      SHOWDOWN
      ccqinsheng shows [ JC,KC ]
      fericitu mucks cards [ AH,AC ]
      ccqinsheng wins $14.60.



      SUMMARY
      Dealer: fericitu
      Pot: $15.35, (including rake: $0.75)
      kantakt5565, loses $0.10
      Isa.23, loses $0.40
      poker2007man, loses $0
      ccqinsheng, bets $7.40, collects $14.60, net $7.20
      YuNyMMM, loses $0
      fericitu, loses $7.40
      marfale, loses $0.05
  • 2 replies
    • Jumbles
      Jumbles
      Bronze
      Joined: 06.10.2007 Posts: 190
      Reraise preflop. If he's as loose as you say, you're losing a lot of money by not doing this, regardless of what the flop brings.

      Pot raise flop, if he's aggressive on the flop, you'll make more money the times he doesn't have a draw (top pair, sometimes any pair). If he hits a piece of the flop, he's probably shoving to your reraise and you get the money in well ahead. If he calls the flop, shove the turn if it's a blank.

      The only hand you're worried about on that flop really is 10 :club: 9 :club: . If he holds this, hit two pair or a set, then that's just unlucky. You're losing an awful lot of money against this kind of player if you play this timid, not just the times he outdraws you by letting him get there, but also the times when you're crushing him and he would've given you his stack. The latter will far outweigh the former.
    • Thorsten77
      Thorsten77
      Black
      Joined: 28.05.2006 Posts: 12,896
      Please use a hand history converter and post the converted hand.