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[NL2-NL10] 4NL SB vs BB want input on turn & river

    • William340
      Joined: 10.02.2012 Posts: 170
      $0.02/$0.04 No Limit Holdem
      8 Players
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      UTG Player3 ($4)
      UTG+1 Player5 ($2.88)
      MP1 Player6 ($4)
      MP2 Player7 ($1.24)
      CO Player8 ($2.50)
      BTN Player9 ($4.55)
      SB William340 ($4)
      BB Player2 ($3.68) VPIP: 19, PFR: 8, 3B: 3, AF: 3.5, Hands: 607

      Pre-Flop: ($0.06, 8 players) William340 is SB J:diamond: A:club:
      6 folds, William340 raises to $0.12, Player2 calls $0.08

      Flop: 4:heart: 8:diamond: 3:diamond: ($0.24, 2 players)
      William340 bets $0.12, Player2 calls $0.12

      Turn: 6:spade: ($0.48, 2 players)
      William340 bets $0.24, Player2 raises to $0.52, William340 calls $0.28

      River: A:heart: ($1.52, 2 players)
      William340 checks, Player2 bets $0.76, William340 calls $0.76

      Final Pot: $3.04
      William340 shows
      J:diamond: A:club:
      Player2 shows
      A:spade: 5:spade:

      William340 wins $2.89 (net +$1.37)

      Player2 lost $1.52

      on the flop I miss, but c-bet, figuring I am probably best.
      on the turn, I fire again & get pretty much a min raise.
      I am not convinced, so I call.
      on the river, I hit, but I am not so sure I want to lead out after his raise,
      so I decide to check/call instead of betting & making the pot bigger still.

      I guess I am looking for a critique of my play on the turn & river.
  • 1 reply
    • veriz
      Joined: 20.07.2008 Posts: 65,504
      Hello William340,

      Your CB sizing just is inviting to bluff against you and therefore rather make bigger CBs or just Check/Fold the flop. Neither I don't really see why we should be calling even vs the min-raise with just Ace high where you never-ever can be sure where you even stand if you hit one of your overcards.

      Best Regards.