[NL2-NL10] NL 2 - J Flush - played ok?

    • bubzeh
      bubzeh
      Bronze
      Joined: 20.05.2010 Posts: 10
      It was the first or second hand of my day- I was eating some pizza too so just went with it, I'd have probably bet the flop now thinking about it. Didn't feel overly confident in playing the KJ in the first place. Any feedback would be good :D


      Hand Information
      PokerStars No Limit, 0.02 BB (6 handed).
      Hand History converter courtesy of pokerhandreplays.com

      Table Information
      Seat: 3 Player 3 ($4.47)
      Seat: 5 Player 5 ($2)
      Seat: 6 Player 6 ($5.67)
      Seat: 7 Player 7 ($2.11) Dealer
      Seat: 8 Hero ($3.98) Small Blind
      Seat: 9 Player 9 ($2.06) Big Blind
      Dealt to Hero
      :Kc:  :Jd:  

      Preflop (Pot:0.03)
      Player 3    CALL $0.02
      Player 5    CALL $0.02
      Player 6    FOLD
      Player 7    FOLD
      Hero    CALL $0.01
      Player 9    CHECK

      Flop(Pot: $0.08)
      :6d:  :Qd:  :Td:  

      Hero    CHECK
      Player 9    BET $0.06
      Player 3    CALL $0.06
      Player 5    CALL $0.06
      Hero    CALL $0.06

      Turn(Pot: $0.32)
      :6d:  :Qd:  :Td:  :7d:  

      Hero    CHECK
      Player 9    CHECK
      Player 3    CHECK
      Player 5    BET $0.12
      Hero    CALL $0.12
      Player 9    FOLD
      Player 3    FOLD

      River(Pot: $0.56)
      :6d:  :Qd:  :Td:  :7d:  :8s:  

      Hero    CHECK
      Player 5    BET $0.2
      Hero    CALL $0.2
      Showdown:
      Player 5 SHOWS
      :8c:  :Ad:  
      Hero MUCKS
      :Kc:  :Jd:  
      Player 5  wins the pot: $0.96
  • 1 reply
    • veriz
      veriz
      Black
      Joined: 20.07.2008 Posts: 65,504
      Hello bubzeh,

      Rather fold it on the flop cause you could easily have reversed implied odds there. You can never be sure where you stand if you hit your flush nor straight. :)

      Best Regards.