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    • r0ybaer
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    • DeKuip
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      Good thing that you've started your own blog.
      That always helps to be more critical about yourself.

      After looking at your hands I just want to say some things.
      Because you still don't completely understand the basics of SSS (no offense!).

      Hand 1: Raise 4BB+1BB per limper, so 2 limpers is 6BB = $0.60 . Villain seems to be a SSS-player as well. But according to stack : raise ratio you can call here.

      Hand 2: Fold preflop, you don't play AQ when somebody raised in front of you.

      Hand 3: Raise 4BB+1BB per limper, so no limpers is 4BB = $0.40. Easy push after his reraise.

      Hand 4: nh.

      Hand 5: You should push preflop (you can reraise with AK). As played it's an very easy fold on the flop.

      So these are really basic SSS things.
      You should really work on that before you start looking for other explanations about why things are going so bad.

      I can advise you to print out the Starting Hands Chart and keep that with you when you start to play. Lower your amount of tables (1k hands in one day requires multitabling!) and try to learn the strategy.

      Good luck!!
    • Tosh5457
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      Those aren't bad beats, you're not ahead when you put the money. And many of those are bad played, like where you called CO's donkbet with A high, and you miniraised with AQ...

      And on the last one if you saw that flop you'd probably don't get any action because the board is dry ^^.

      I suggest you to put your hands on the evaluation section if you don't do it already :) Keep up with your blog
    • r0ybaer
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    • DeKuip
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      Just play basic SSS on these limits.
      And even IF it was a steal attempt, you shouldn't resteal unless you know what you should do.

      But for now, basic SSS will do the trick.
    • r0ybaer
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    • DeKuip
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      Hand 1: Push preflop immediately after the $0.40 raise.
      Hand 2: Push flop, no need to slowplay this hand, the board is too drawy for that.
    • r0ybaer
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    • r0ybaer
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    • Leo
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      So whats up r0ybaer, it's been so long since you posted.... Im really curious how youre doing!

      With kind regards,
      Leo
    • r0ybaer
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