[NL2-NL10] 45s 8

    • Dracsharp
      Joined: 22.01.2010 Posts: 2,478
      Grabbed by Holdem Manager
      NL Holdem $0.05(BB) Replayer
      SB ($12.47)
      Hero ($7.33)
      UTG ($4.71)
      UTG+1 ($2.58)
      CO ($5.29)
      BTN ($5.12)

      Dealt to Hero 4:heart: 5:heart:

      fold, fold, fold, fold, SB raises to $0.12, Hero raises to $0.36, SB raises to $1.15, Hero raises to $1.94, SB raises to $3.78, Hero raises to $7.33 (AI), SB calls $3.55

      FLOP ($14.66) Q:spade: 6:club: 3:spade:

      TURN ($14.66) Q:spade: 6:club: 3:spade: Q:heart:

      RIVER ($14.66) Q:spade: 6:club: 3:spade: Q:heart: 5:diamond:

      Hero shows 4:heart: 5:heart:
      (Pre 22%, Flop 32.4%, Turn 18.2%)

      SB shows K:heart: K:spade:
      (Pre 78%, Flop 67.6%, Turn 81.8%)

      SB wins $13.69

      Can't say i ever fought someone like him and he played 6 tables, constantly steals and aggressively 3/4 bets, and he was not adjusting at all but later he started calling and 4betting my 3bets with the same steal ratio. I had 22% 3bet against him and experienced 4bets 2 times before this one. In hindsight i would just very much let it go, it is possible his 4bets were all loose value certainly the sizes suggested it. He actually played well overall.
  • 1 reply
    • BogdanPS
      Joined: 12.05.2010 Posts: 27,588
      Hi Dracsharp,

      Preflop: Considering our hand and stack size (and recent history) I would not pick 45s to be the hand I fight back with.

      If he adjusted slightly to fight back versus our aggression we want to start adjusting too by expending our value range and reducing/removing the bluff range.

      As played just fold versus the 4-bet or at least versus the 6-bet. You have 0 fold equity after he invested more than half his stack and your hand equity is not the greatest.

      Unfortunately it looks like his play succeeded, he tilted you :/

      My recommendation: leave the table when you have someone like this sit down with you until you have a better game plan and don't tilt as easily (even if you weren't in full blown tilt I still call this tilt because you took a line that in your A game you wouldn't, thus you were playing your B/C/D game).