[PROMOTION] Guess the Hand [HAND 3]

    • Lazza61
      Lazza61
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      Hey guys,

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      Guess The Hand 2016 [OVERVIEW]

      HAND 3 - You have until 12th March to post your answer.

      Hand 3:
      $2/$4 No Limit Holdem
      5 Players
      Hand Conversion Powered by WeakTight Poker Hand History Converter
      Stacks:
      UTG ($592.83) 148bb
      CO ($400) 100bb
      BTN Hero ($481.03) 120bb
      SB ($538.37) 135bb
      BB ($676.16) 169bb
      Pre-Flop: (6, 5 players) Hero is BTN :Th: :Jh:

      2 folds, Hero raises to $12, SB calls $10, 1 fold

      Flop: :8h: :7s: :6h: ($28, 2 players)
      SB checks, Hero bets $21, SB calls $21
      Turn: :Qd: ($70, 2)
      SB checks, Hero bets $53, SB raises to $116, Hero calls $63
      River: :Kh: ($302, 2)
      SB bets $151, Hero goes all-in $332.03, SB calls $181.03
      Final Pot: $966.06
      Hero shows Flush King high
      :Th: :Jh:
      SB shows Straight Ten high
      :Ts: :9c:
      Hero wins $963.06 (net +$482.03)
      SB lost $481.03




      On Tuesday 08th March a new hand will be posted.

      Good Luck :gl:
  • 30 replies
    • Hesticus
      Hesticus
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      Super Moderator
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      :Qh: :Th:
    • karbonade123
      karbonade123
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      Joined: 14.11.2010 Posts: 46
      Ah9h
      pre flop: standart open.
      flop: we c bet with monster draw.
      turn: still betting and we call small rais.
      river: easy push with nuts
    • PythonPoker
      PythonPoker
      Basic
      Joined: 24.02.2016 Posts: 3
      Ah9h
      Pre A hand in any typical BTN steal range
      Flop With OESD+flush draw + 2overs a standard IP CBET such that she will get calls
      Turn Second barrel for the same reason and calls the raise just in case she is behind right now, taking into account the implied odds.
      River Nutted shove; trying to take value from opponent's weaker flushes, straights etc. The fact that she raises enhance the scenario that she holds the Ah, cause otherwise she might be scared that the opponent has it
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    • NothingIsForSho
      NothingIsForSho
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      Joined: 01.06.2014 Posts: 378
      :Qh: :Th:
    • kokkie1975
      kokkie1975
      Bronze
      Joined: 17.04.2010 Posts: 5,110
      :Th: :9h:
    • pokerfisk99
      pokerfisk99
      Basic
      Joined: 06.02.2016 Posts: 5
      Ah Qh
    • ibertic
      ibertic
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      Joined: 17.09.2010 Posts: 8
      A7 Hearts
    • nsavov
      nsavov
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      Joined: 24.09.2010 Posts: 702
      SB most likely flopped a set, not sure what else could it be. Maybe KQs that think they are ahead OTT.

      A flush that hit some kind of a extra straight draw or pair is pretty transparent here for hero, no need for explanation. River raise is too small to ever be a bluff. I was going to go with AQ of hearts, BUT...

      Pocket kings make sense with those big pre and post flop sizes, call turn for re-evaluation and since she got raised OTT shes not too afraid of the flush and pushes the rivered set for value.

      Im going with :Ks: :Kd:
    • MesterJohn
      MesterJohn
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      JT of heart
    • wimNP
      wimNP
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      :9h: :Th:
    • xin1575
      xin1575
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      Joined: 22.10.2015 Posts: 34
      :Ah: :Th:

      Standard raise from the button preflop. Standard c-bet on the flop with a flush draw, 2 overs, and a gutshot straight draw. When she just calls the Turn check, I don't see her holding a straight or a set here as she would likely just get it all in here. So she either has a drawing hand or 2-pair or an overpair. But then when she jams on the river, I don't see any hand doing this other than a flush or a complete bluff. She definitely wouldn't jam with AA, 2-pair, a set, or even a straight, because the only thing calling here is a flush.

      She could have a variety of flush hands, but I pick AThh as the most likely (although JThh is possible too). I don't put her on AQhh or QThh because I feel she'd get it all in on the Turn.
    • lycoreus
      lycoreus
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      Joined: 27.01.2012 Posts: 223
      She has A9 of hearts.
      Flop: She bets high for value because of her many outs.
      Turn: Again she bets high for the same reason. Villain probably hit a Q and also has a flush draw so he 3-bets. Hero flats because the 3-bet is small and gets the implied odds. Moreover she knows were she stands on the river.
      River: Villain thinks he is ahead with his K high flush. Hero goes all-in for value and gets called from the pot committed villain
    • vahan4
      vahan4
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      Joined: 27.05.2013 Posts: 65
      :Ah: :Th: , while villain had :Qh: :Jh:
      Preflop: Villain's range is capped.
      Flop: Villain is raising strong combo draws, sets and two pairs. Also the c-bet was quite large, so Villain probably has a strong flush draw. Hero has lots of draws, pairs and better.
      Turn: After smooth calling on the Flop, Villain is raising the Turn with :Qh: :heart: and less likely with :Ah: :heart: . Hero is bet calling a small raise in position with flush draws, low two pairs and :Ax: :8x: (:Ah: :7h: , :Ah: :9h: , queens up and better would re-raise).
      River: Villain's bet/call looks like a A/Q high flush, as hero is not raising for value anything less than a queen (possibly jack) high flush. Villain would probably 3-bet :Ah: :Th: and :Ah: :Jh: preflop and :Qh: :9h: , :Qh: :Th: , :Ah: :9h: on the Flop, leaving them with :Qh: :Jh: . So Hero is left with :Ah: :Th: .
    • LVDavids
      LVDavids
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      Joined: 09.03.2016 Posts: 1
      :Ah: :7h:
    • ivannovi
      ivannovi
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      Joined: 07.12.2008 Posts: 101
      :5h: :4h:
    • Tobman78
      Tobman78
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      Joined: 27.03.2006 Posts: 879
      Am Flop? Alles bis Flushdraw, Straight, Set, 2 pair
      Am Turn? Sie setzt noch mal nach check von Villain. Sollten nur noch Valuehände bleiben und der Flushdraw + FE durch Q?
      dann kommt der Min-Reraise...
      da schmeisst er eigentlich nur schwache Hände raus? dh. for Value von Villain mit Set oder 9T?
      Geht Sofia davon aus, dass Gegner stark ist sollte sie nur mit starken Händen bis Draw weiterspielen. Bluffs gibt Gegner evtl. am River auf, spielt sie auf jeden Fall nicht 1/2 pot, wenn nur noch Full pot Rest.
      1/2 pot sieht nach Valuebet aus, aber von was will Villain noch Value auf Flush/Straight board?
      Relativ eindeutig ne Flushhand von Sofia (da kaum FE), aber welche?
      Wenn wir Gegner vor allem Paare und 78,9T in seine Range geben und
      ich für die Übung davon ausgehe, dass wir mehr Outs haben als nur den Flush draw (aber der zu den Nuts), dann würden A9s, A5s oder ATs für mich am meisten Sinn machen.
      Warum callt Villain am Flop und raist am Turn?
      Er müsste entweder am Flop schon stark gewesen sein (c/r da?) oder Am Turn stark geworden sein (nicht möglich?) oder auch FD + Plan any? River zu betten?
      Mit Strasse hätte Villain wohl Flop c/r, dh es machts wahrscheinlicher das beide einen Flush am RIver haben, esp. durch die Betsize von VIllain.
      "A9s Herz"
    • DREAMC4T
      DREAMC4T
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      Joined: 13.10.2009 Posts: 970
      Q5hh
      CB flop standard, big size wet board. Bet/call instead of bet/sh turn b/c no scare cards riv that should change the outcome of the hand. Dont want to give up position, oop it's better to get it in turn. River, going all in w/ 3d nuts cause it's just against a half pot. Also most villains would shove flushdraws on turn (or ra otf) rather than click raise.
    • galogarnize
      galogarnize
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      Joined: 23.11.2008 Posts: 543
      1010
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