[NL2-NL10] nl2 bss hero 56s MP3

    • MeAmor22
      Joined: 07.05.2011 Posts: 4,247
      Hand Information
      Holdem NL, 0.02 BB (10 handed).
      Hand History converter courtesy of pokerhandreplays.com

      Table Information
      Seat: 1 MeAmor22 ($1.69)
      Seat: 2 realstrongAI ($1.94)
      Seat: 3 Alfa4c ($0.97) Dealer
      Seat: 4 oooverplayer ($1.03) Small Blind
      Seat: 5 Bezklingone ($0.97) Big Blind
      Seat: 6 Synse ($2)
      Seat: 7 geov79 ($2)
      Seat: 8 Sniobecy ($3.39)
      Seat: 9 Xiphiasgladius ($1.46)
      Seat: 10 Urbanpoii ($1.5)
      Dealt to MeAmor22
      :5d: :6d:

      Preflop (Pot:0.03)
      geov79 FOLD
      Sniobecy FOLD
      Xiphiasgladius CALL $0.02
      MeAmor22 CALL $0.02
      realstrongAI FOLD
      Alfa4c FOLD
      oooverplayer FOLD
      Bezklingone CHECK

      Flop(Pot: $0.07)
      :As: :2d: :7c:

      Bezklingone CHECK
      Xiphiasgladius CHECK
      MeAmor22 CHECK

      Turn(Pot: $0.07)
      :As: :2d: :7c: :7h:

      Bezklingone CHECK
      Xiphiasgladius CHECK
      MeAmor22 CHECK

      River(Pot: $0.07)
      :As: :2d: :7c: :7h: :4c:

      Bezklingone CHECK
      Xiphiasgladius BET $0.05
      MeAmor22 FOLD
      Bezklingone CALL $0.05
      Bezklingone SHOWS
      :2s: :Tc:
      Xiphiasgladius SHOWS
      :2c: :2h:
      Xiphiasgladius wins the pot: $0.07

      1) I think on the flop i shoul have bet to try to represent that A
  • 2 replies
    • luizsilveira
      Joined: 27.11.2010 Posts: 2,320
      Hi, MeAmor22!

      To be honest, I don't like the call preflop. Even though it's suited and connected it's still a bit too weak and tough to play profitably postflop because you will more often than not get only a draw. Don't forget from time to time you will lose big to a higher flush.

      On this hand you got position and once the two players in front of you checked you could, yes, stab and try to represent the ace. However, how much that is effective depends a lot on the opponents and, at this stake, I doubt I'd find many folds as people too often play weak aces. If it was against one player only it would be much better; against two you increase a lot your chances of getting called. Still, that flop was "dry" (there is not a single possible draw present) so that makes it less likely that your opponents will have a hand they can call with.

      So it could be done, but it will certainly not bring you a lot of profit (if any) since often they'll call and you'll lose your bet (considering your hand doesn't have any ways of improving; in this case you can't even "get lucky" on the turn). If you bet potsize, they need to fold 50% of the time for you to break even; if they fold more than 50% in this spot it won't be much more, meaning you might have "missed" less than 1c by not betting - if at all.

      It's certainly not from this type of hand that your profit comes from on the micro limits; rather, play strong hands, and play them aggressively from the start.

      Good luck at the tables :)
    • cpers
      Joined: 17.04.2011 Posts: 563
      To be honest, I don't like the hand format. It's harder to read and long :f_biggrin: And it's not unknown hope my hand doesn't get post there.