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[NL2-NL10] NL10 SSS lucky SB steal attempt

    • PhantomR32
      Joined: 10.04.2008 Posts: 298
      PokerStars Game #16826143917: Hold'em No Limit ($0.05/$0.10) - 2008/04/18 - 18:52:31 (ET)
      Table 'Tokio II' 9-max Seat #2 is the button
      Seat 1: finalhonor ($10 in chips)
      Seat 2: mk105 ($8.50 in chips)
      Seat 3: PhantomR32 ($1.90 in chips)
      Seat 4: wienio12 ($2 in chips)
      Seat 5: SanRam52 ($4.85 in chips)
      Seat 6: efundsj ($9.80 in chips)
      Seat 7: dt6913 ($9.20 in chips)
      Seat 8: Hustler357 ($8.15 in chips)
      Seat 9: moungun ($1.85 in chips)
      PhantomR32: posts small blind $0.05
      wienio12: posts big blind $0.10
      *** HOLE CARDS ***
      Dealt to PhantomR32 [3s Ts]
      SanRam52: folds
      efundsj: folds
      SanRam52 is sitting out
      dt6913: folds
      Hustler357: folds
      Hustler357 is sitting out
      moungun: folds
      finalhonor: folds
      mk105: folds
      PhantomR32: raises $0.20 to $0.30
      wienio12: calls $0.20
      *** FLOP *** [As Qs Kh]
      PhantomR32: checks
      wienio12: bets $0.70
      PhantomR32: calls $0.70
      *** TURN *** [As Qs Kh] [5c]
      PhantomR32: checks
      wienio12: bets $1 and is all-in
      PhantomR32: calls $0.90 and is all-in
      *** RIVER *** [As Qs Kh 5c] [6s]
      *** SHOW DOWN ***
      PhantomR32: shows [3s Ts] (a flush, Ace high)
      wienio12: mucks hand
      PhantomR32 collected $3.65 from pot
      *** SUMMARY ***
      Total pot $3.80 | Rake $0.15
      Board [As Qs Kh 5c 6s]
      Seat 1: finalhonor folded before Flop (didn't bet)
      Seat 2: mk105 (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
      Seat 3: PhantomR32 (small blind) showed [3s Ts] and won ($3.65) with a flush, Ace high
      Seat 4: wienio12 (big blind) mucked [Qd Ks]
      Seat 5: SanRam52 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
      Seat 6: efundsj folded before Flop (didn't bet)
      Seat 7: dt6913 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
      Seat 8: Hustler357 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
      Seat 9: moungun folded before Flop (didn't bet)

      I know I should never have called that bet on the turn, but I figured with 0.90 to a 2.75 pot and 9 outs I should give it a shot :)

      Go on, flame my donk-ness :rolleyes:
  • 5 replies
    • 098799
      Joined: 23.07.2007 Posts: 1,245
      I don't have many words about your play... let some coach examine it ;) because imho it's: fold pf, fold flop, fold turn...
    • vladnz
      Joined: 17.01.2007 Posts: 1,355
      is this a joke ?
    • PhantomR32
      Joined: 10.04.2008 Posts: 298
      No Vlad, you're a joke. Saying "poker is not for you" just because I don't play by the book, if everybody played by the book then poker would die because it would just be mindless robots who only come to life if they see an A or K in their hand.

      I'm not dissing the strategy, I'm just skeptical about the zealous attitude some people here have about it.

      I'm not bragging I won these 2 hands, I know I did it "wrong", that's why I posted them. I don't need applauding, I need advice.

      That's it, I'm done here.
    • vladnz
      Joined: 17.01.2007 Posts: 1,355
    • Berliner1982
      Joined: 12.07.2006 Posts: 5,644
      First of all I would like to see here postings that do not offend people but help them. Thank You.


      Honestly, I wouldn´t advice you to try to steal the blinds on this limit, since the average player on this limit is way to loose, that you have enough Fold Equity here. So without stats and on this limit, its a no go.

      So you should have folded preflop.

      But lets assume you did the steal attempt. Then your second mistake ist, to check/call the flop, since you have nothing. Better line here is to Bet/fold, since on such a board you have Fold Equity. If he calls you or raises you on the Flop, you have an easy Fold.

      And in general, its ok that we do not play after a chart all the time, but if you are a beginner and play on low limits, it helps you to move up in limits and minimize the Variance. For such moves like you tried to pull of here, you need a lot of experience and reads of your opponents.

      Hope I could help you.