Lesson 7 Homework:

Question 1: Post a hand for evaluation where you have played on a 6-max table (short-handed). (Post your hand in the No Limit: Hand Evaluations forum, and provide a link to your hand in your private thread.)

Answer 1: Poker Stars 450+50 No Limit Hold'em Tournament - t15/t30 Blinds - 6 players - http://www.handconverter.com/hands/2438347
The DeucesCracked.com Hand History Converter

BB: t1545 51.50 BBs
UTG: t1545 51.50 BBs
MP: t1455 48.50 BBs
CO: t1425 47.50 BBs
Hero (BTN): t1455 48.50 BBs
SB: t1575 52.50 BBs

Pre Flop: (t45) Hero is BTN with 9c Kd
2 folds, CO calls t30, Hero calls t30, SB calls t15, BB checks

Flop: (t120) 4d Qc Kc (4 players)
SB checks, BB checks, CO checks, Hero checks

Turn: (t120) Qd (4 players)
SB checks, BB bets t30, CO folds, Hero calls t30, SB folds

River: (t180) Kh (2 players)
BB bets t30, Hero raises to t1395 all in, BB calls t1365

Final Pot: t2970
BB shows Th Qh (a full house, Queens full of Kings)
Hero shows 9c Kd (a full house, Kings full of Queens)
Hero wins t2970

Preflop: I am on the button late position my equity was 29.49% with 9ckd the other three players on random each had equity 23.50% I was a bit worried that my hand was not that strong so I just called.

Flop: Evaluating my own hand I realized that checking was a mistake I should of raised t180 as my hand equity increased to 59.91%. At that point I checked because I was worried that they all would fold.

Turn: My hand became very strong hand: equity 83.38% and I should of raised t360 but I chose to call as I was worried that if I raised that much my opponent might fold.

River: Now I couldn't resisted I had a very strong hand: equity 97.68% I went All-in and won the game!

Should I of played this hand by raising in a different way or was I right the way I slow played this hand?

Question 2: Evaluate one of the hands submitted by other members

Answer 2: This is the Link of my Evaluate of another member: RE: Sh Nl10 Zoom 28 - 3 BU OR J9s vs BB 3B

Question 3: Consider the following situation:

\$10 NL Hold'em (6 handed)

Stacks & Stats:
UTG (\$10)
MP (\$10)
CO (\$10)
BU(\$10)
SB (\$10)
BB (Hero) (\$10)

Preflop: Hero is BB with 5heart , 4heart
2 folds, CO raises to \$0.40, BU calls \$0.40, SB calls \$0.40, Hero calls \$0.40

Flop: (\$1.60) 3spade , 2Heart , Qheart (4 players)
SB checks, Hero bets \$1.20, CO Raises All-in, BU calls All-in, SB folds, Hero...

What action would you take, and why?

Answer 3: Preflop I have a very weak hand: equity 22.71% I would call \$0.40 and review my hand on the flop

Flop: My equity 50.70% with 15 outs as I have the chance to hit Flushdraw and OESD. It is a very strong hand I would go All-in.

Question 4: Consider the following situation:

\$10 NL Hold'em (6 handed)

Stacks & Stats:
UTG (\$10)
MP (\$10)
CO (Hero) (\$10)
BU(\$10)
SB (\$10)
BB (\$10)

Preflop: Hero is CO with Aclub , Kspade
2 folds, Hero raises to \$0.40, BU calls \$0.40, SB calls \$0.40, BB calls \$0.40

Flop: (\$1.60) Aspade , 4club , 4diamond (4 players)
SB checks, BB bets \$1.20, Hero...

What action would you take, and why?

Answer 4: I would raise to \$2.40 as I have a strong hand equity 66.97%. I could hit 3 of a kind or even a Full House.