[NL2-NL10] NL5 AJs

    • strivefor2
      Joined: 06.02.2013 Posts: 5
      Ok. Here it goes.
      Villian is 47/19 ~50 hands.
      I am not sure if I should have got it all in or if it would have ended up in on the turn anyway.

      PokerStars Hand #xxxxxxxxxxx: Hold'em No Limit ($0.02/$0.05 USD) - 2013/04/20 22:33:02 ET
      Table 'Herba III' 9-max Seat #8 is the button
      Seat 1: BB ($5.01 in chips)
      Seat 3: EP2 ($4.86 in chips)
      Seat 5: MP2 ($5.25 in chips)
      Seat 6: HJ ($5.21 in chips)
      Seat 7: CO ($5.08 in chips)
      Seat 8:B ($5 in chips)
      Seat 9: HERO ($12.45 in chips)
      HERO: posts small blind $0.02
      BB: posts big blind $0.05

      *** HOLE CARDS ***
      Dealt to HERO [Jc Ac]
      EP2: raises $0.10 to $0.15
      MP2: calls $0.15
      HJ: folds
      CO: calls $0.15
      B: folds
      HERO: calls $0.13
      BB: calls $0.10
      *** FLOP *** [Qc 8c Jd]
      HERO: bets $0.70
      BB: folds
      EP2: raises $0.70 to $1.40
      MP2: folds
      CO: folds
      HERO: raises $2.65 to $4.05
      EP2: raises $0.66 to $4.71 and is all-in
      HERO: calls $0.66
      *** TURN *** [Qc 8c Jd] [Jh]
      *** RIVER *** [Qc 8c Jd Jh] [2s]
  • 1 reply
    • mbml
      Joined: 27.11.2008 Posts: 20,779

      Stacking off with pair+nut flush draw can never be too bad of a play. However I would prefer a more passive line when we have the nut draw and also when we do have showdown value.

      I would just c/c Flop and Turn and decide on River whether I want to fold or call. If you improve to trip Jacks or AJ two pairs, then you should call down. On blank runouts you can just fold. If you improve to a flush you can c/r.