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[NL2-NL10] Hard spot with JJ on NL4

    • slikec
      Joined: 04.02.2008 Posts: 1,155
      ***** Hand History for Game 7379300604 *****
      0.02/0.04 Texas Hold'em Game Table (NL) - Tue Sep 16 12:43:52 EDT 2008
      Table Table 136070 (Real Money) -- Seat 7 is the button
      Total number of players : 8
      Seat 1: robbert19892 ( $4.21)
      Seat 2: slikec ( $14.73)
      Seat 3: Paata64 ( $3.90)
      Seat 4: imperiata ( $6.51)
      Seat 5: addoubled ( $5.66)
      Seat 7: agricolae ( $2.68)
      Seat 9: WeissuDigga ( $5.21)
      Seat 10: ozy_mandis ( $4.64)
      WeissuDigga posts small blind (0.02)
      ozy_mandis posts big blind (0.04)
      ** Dealing down cards **
      Dealt to slikec [ Jh, Jd ]
      robbert19892 calls (0.04)
      slikec raises (0.20) to 0.20
      Paata64 calls (0.20)
      addoubled calls (0.20)
      agricolae folds
      WeissuDigga folds
      ozy_mandis folds
      robbert19892 calls (0.16)

      ** Dealing Flop ** : [ 2c, 9h, Td ]
      robbert19892 checks
      slikec bets (0.66)
      Paata64 calls (0.66)
      addoubled folds
      robbert19892 raises (1.32) to 1.32
      slikec calls (0.66)
      Paata64 calls (0.66)

      ** Dealing Turn ** : [ Qs ]
      robbert19892 bets (1.08)
      slikec calls (1.08)
      Paata64 raises (2.38) to 2.38
      Paata64 is all-In.
      robbert19892 raises (1.61) to 2.69
      robbert19892 is all-In.
      slikec calls (1.61)

      ** Dealing River ** : [ 5d ]
      Creating Main Pot with $11.37 with Paata64
      Creating Side Pot 1 with $0.59 with robbert19892
      ** Summary **
      Main Pot: $11.37 | Side Pot 1: $0.59 | Rake: $0.62
      Board: [ 2c 9h Td Qs 5d ]

      Well ok at flop my thoughts were that one must have set. Turn gave me OESD so i had to call.

      What would be the best decision? Probably folding on flop after reraise? On turn i just had to call with my chances and so big pot but i didn't calculate my equity jet which i'll do now.
  • 3 replies
    • slikec
      Joined: 04.02.2008 Posts: 1,155
      I should folded :( Will know for next time ;)
    • gonetrolling
      Joined: 10.05.2008 Posts: 28
      This is my advice. I must tell you that i play rather aggressive as you will see. I would have re-raised after the flop, since there was no raise pre-flop, i would put someone on the straight draw after the flop when the raise came in, by re-raising i find out by his actions if he is on the draw or has trips. This will also save you some money in the long run, because if he does have trips i am sure he will raise you all-in, thinking maybe you are on the draw and trying to get a free card. If he did go all-in you lay down your hand losing the minimum. If he just called your raise and then went all-in on the turn when the q fell, the amount in the pot would not warrant your call as the best you think you can do is split the pot, and if he doesn't bet you get a 2 free cards to improve your hand. Just one man's opinion
    • srohack
      Joined: 02.12.2006 Posts: 1,908
      first of all . USE A HAND CONVERTER . is realy anoying to look at the hand in this format .
      without any history i would fold when that guy minraises because when he does this into so many people you are almost everytime behind . calling will put you into a hard spot on the turn . what do you do if it is a a k q and he bets strong again ? you have to fold most of the time . what do you do if it comes a blank like 3 4 5 etc ... ? you have to call because asuming you were ahead on the flop you must be ahead now too .
      In my opinion there is no reason to put yourself into a dificult situation at nl4 where there are so many spots where you can stack people easily