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[NL2-NL10] Nl5 Zoom, Aa

    • autoM94
      Joined: 25.04.2011 Posts: 1
      Hand Information
      PokerStars No Limit, 0.05 BB (6 handed).
      Hand History converter courtesy of

      Table Information
      Seat: 1 Player 1 ($6.48) Dealer
      Seat: 2 Player 2 ($5.52) Small Blind
      Seat: 3 Hero ($6.06) Big Blind
      Seat: 4 Player 4 ($2.48)
      Seat: 5 Player 5 ($7.58)
      Seat: 6 Player 6 ($5.07)
      Dealt to Hero
      :Ad: :As:

      Preflop (Pot:0.07)
      Player 4 FOLD
      Player 5 FOLD
      Player 6 RAISE $0.15
      Player 1 FOLD
      Player 2 FOLD
      Hero RAISE $0.45
      Player 6 CALL $0.3

      Flop(Pot: $0.97)
      :Qc: :Qh: :Jc:

      Hero BET $0.5
      Player 6 CALL $0.5

      Turn(Pot: $1.97)
      :Qc: :Qh: :Jc: :2c:

      Hero CHECK
      Player 6 BET $1.1
      Hero CALL $1.1

      River(Pot: $4.17)
      :Qc: :Qh: :Jc: :2c: :4s:

      Hero CHECK
      Player 6 ALL-IN
      Hero FOLD
      Player 6 RETURN $3.02
      Player 6 MUCKS

      Player 6 wins the pot: $7.19


      What I was thinking is that the only thing he might be doing this (that I beat) with, apart from a bluff, is KK or maybe AJ, but even those I'm not sure if he would play them this way. Upon review I think I should have C-bet higher so I would know his hand strenght faster and obviously if I call turn its a mistake to fold river, therefore I shouldnt have called turn? Thoughts are appreciated, thank you!
  • 1 reply
    • w34z3l
      Joined: 03.08.2009 Posts: 13,332
      Hey AutoM94,

      Usually best option is to fire $1 on turn with the intention of folding to a raise.

      If you felt this was a little thin it'd probably be better just to c/f turn. 3rd club is not good for you, and villain occasionally will have a Qx he didn't raise on flop.