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[NL2-NL10] Nl4 99

    • DarkBlade282
      Joined: 07.03.2011 Posts: 290
      Blinds are now $0.02 / $0.04

      Seat 1: Art78 - $4.03
      Seat 2: ktorop - $2.79
      Seat 3: lmagama - $0 (away from table)
      Seat 4: TinyBro - $4.03
      Seat 5: archangelzx - $6.44
      Seat 6 (BU): NoaMelodY - $2.27
      Seat 7 (SB): DarkBlade282 - $4
      Seat 8 (BB): VIPista - $2.03
      Seat 9: Stephen2607 - $4.44 (away from table)
      Seat 10: libbyo - $1.28

      DarkBlade282 posts small blind ($0.02)
      VIPista posts big blind ($0.04)

      Dealing [9 :heart:] [9 :diamond:] to DarkBlade282

      libbyo folds
      Art78 folds
      ktorop folds
      TinyBro folds
      archangelzx folds
      NoaMelodY folds
      DarkBlade282 raises to $0.12
      VIPista calls $0.12

      Pot sizes: $0.24
      Dealing Flop [5 :heart:] [T :heart:] [2 :club:]
      DarkBlade282 bets $0.18
      VIPista raises to $0.36
      DarkBlade282 calls $0.36

      Pot sizes: $0.96
      Dealing Turn [T :spade:]
      DarkBlade282 checks
      VIPista bets $1.55 (all-in)
      DarkBlade282 has requested more time
      DarkBlade282 calls $1.55

      Pot sizes: $4.06
      DarkBlade282 shows [9 :heart:] [9 :diamond:]
      VIPista shows [5 :spade:] [7 :spade:]

      On the flop his range didn't contain many T's (JTs, QT, maybe KT), so I called. On the turn came a blocker for Tx, which made it even less like he has Tx and more likely he has a FD, 5x, air, sometimes a set. So I checked to induce a bluff. Did I play this hand correctly?
  • 1 reply
    • veriz
      Joined: 20.07.2008 Posts: 65,504
      Hello DarkBlade282,

      Against his stack instead of calling it rather get it in there vs his drawy hands or even worse. Calling wouldn't bring you that far and often times facing another bet on the turn and then not even know where you stand. Especially when an overcard comes.

      Best Regards.