[NL2-NL10] FF NL4-6Max QKo OTB

    • BigAl123456
      Joined: 21.07.2010 Posts: 4,080
      Party, $0.02/$0.04 No Limit Hold'em Cash, 6 Players
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      Hero (BTN): $5.30 (132.5 bb)
      UTG: $5.17 (129.3 bb)
      BB: $2.50 (62.5 bb)-VPIP 31%-PFR 2%-PFAF 7.0-3Bet 0%(12)-Hands 42
      CO: $2.02 (50.5 bb)
      MP: $5.89 (147.3 bb)
      SB: $1.45 (36.3 bb)-VPIP 12%-PFR 4%-PFAF 1.6-3Bet 2.4%(84)-FSBTS 67%(9)-FTFlCB 50%(8)-Hands 271

      Preflop: Hero is BTN with Q K
      3 folds, Hero raises to $0.12, SB calls $0.10, BB folds

      Flop: ($0.28) 9 Q 8 (2 players)
      SB checks, Hero bets $0.18, SB calls $0.18

      Turn: ($0.64) 2 (2 players)
      SB checks, Hero bets $0.46, SB raises to $0.92, Hero raises to $5 and is all-in, SB calls $0.23 and is all-in

      River: ($2.94) J (2 players, 2 are all-in)

      $2.94 pot ($0.14 rake)
      Final Board: 9 Q 8 2 J
      Hero showed Q K and won $0.00 (-$1.45 net)
      SB showed T J and won $2.80 ($1.35 net)

      I dont know how to describe the meaning of the stats in terms of if the players a TAGy or LAGy in 6max so until I do Ill just post there stats unless I have less than 20 hands.

      I think I should of just Bet/Fold the Turn giveing his stats are pretty Tight?
  • 1 reply
    • mbml
      Joined: 27.11.2008 Posts: 20,694
      When someone raises the turn at low limits, he has twopairs or better 90%+ of the time. It's not a matter of tight or loose stats, but rather whether he's aggressive or passive. Most players at low limits, even when they are aggressive, are incapable of having bluffs or semi bluffs when they call Flop raise Turn.

      If they wanted to bluff, they would have raised flop.
      If they wanted to semi bluff, they would have raised flop
      If they had something like top pair, they would either raise flop or call down.
      with their nuts, they want to extract max value so they let you bet Flop and Turn before raising to get the money in by the river.

      Baluga Theorem