[PROMOTION] Guess the Hand [HAND 5]

    • Lazza61
      Lazza61
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      HAND 5 - You have until 14th March to post your answer.

      $2/$4 No Limit Holdem
      4 Players
      Hand Conversion Powered by WeakTight Poker Hand History Converter
      Stacks:
      CO ($406.83) 102bb
      BTN ($599.40) 150bb
      SB ($464.56) 116bb
      BB Hero ($400) 100bb
      Pre-Flop: (6, 4 players) Hero is BB :Tc: :Jc:

      1 fold, BTN raises to $8, 1 fold, Hero calls $4

      Flop: :2h: :9d: :8h: ($18, 2 players)
      Hero checks, BTN bets $14, Hero calls $14
      Turn: :6d: ($46, 2)
      Hero checks, BTN bets $29, Hero raises to $92, BTN calls $63
      River: :4s: ($230, 2)
      Hero goes all-in $286, BTN calls $286
      Final Pot: $802
      Hero shows High card : Jack
      :Tc: :Jc:
      BTN shows One pair : 9
      :9s: :7c:
      BTN wins $799.50 (net +$399.50)
      Hero lost $400




      On Saturday 12th March a new hand will be posted.

      Good Luck :gl:
  • 25 replies
    • ivannovi
      ivannovi
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      Joined: 07.12.2008 Posts: 102
      10 7
    • Tobman78
      Tobman78
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      Joined: 27.03.2006 Posts: 894
      Preflop
      Villain = 50%, Hero = deutlich weniger?
      immer diese Ranges...?
      Flop
      Villain = alles (von Value bis Cbet)
      Hero = Flush draw, Straight draw (Set)
      Turn
      Villain = nur 7T kommt an, ne Hand die Hero wohl selten hat. Villain setzt noch mal (seltener mit totalem Bluff).
      Er callt ein grosses Raise am Turn, da sollte er schon was haben bzw. FD + extra Outs?
      Auf der anderen Seite könnte man Sets direkt noch mal raisen, esp. mit so wenig behind? oder?
      Wenn er aber kein Set hat hat er am River nur Bluffcatcher (A9s, 98, TT+)/Straight vs Hero?
      Wenn Hero am Turn for Value raist und der Riverpush kein Bluff ist was hat Sie dann?
      99, 88 (22 raus preflop?). Die andere Möglichkeit ist ein Flushdraw, da hätten wir aber wohl keine Chance richtig zu raten?
      Kann man eigentlich nach dem Call am Turn guessen ob Villain auf mittel-starker Hand oder FD sitzt?
      Ich gehe mit "88" holt sich evtl. noch Value von A9, TT+ und verliert vs 98.
    • DREAMC4T
      DREAMC4T
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      Joined: 13.10.2009 Posts: 970
      TQdd
      Good hand to defend pre, plays well post flop v BU min raise range.
      Flop overcards, gs, backdoor FD. Could raise but calling given immediate odds is super fine.
      Turn, could call but raise/call is giving us more ways to win the pot.
      River pretty good spot to bluff as many par+draw hands should be very inclined to fold, as we can have like all sets/2pair.
    • galogarnize
      galogarnize
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      710
    • meandi289
      meandi289
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      Joined: 22.08.2009 Posts: 210
      7 10, I bet
    • zuki14
      zuki14
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      Joined: 10.07.2014 Posts: 56
      :5s: :7d:
    • jonnyZ
      jonnyZ
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      Ts7s: Standard defend pf. On the flop we can check call one street with a gut shot with the plan to fold vs bet on the turn and if turn goes check check we can bet river. We spike the turn so check rasie for value and then jam river for value.
      She did not have T7 of hearts cause I think she would have raised the flop with a gut+fd.
    • Hesticus
      Hesticus
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      T7s
    • GoldenTour
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      10 J
      She has many sets and two pair combinations in range so she can also go ahead and bluff this one with missed straight and flush draw
    • RaulSenne
      RaulSenne
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      Joined: 10.04.2013 Posts: 3
      57s
    • pokerfisk99
      pokerfisk99
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      Joined: 06.02.2016 Posts: 5
      :3h: :5h:
    • kriko92
      kriko92
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      The overbet shove on the river polarizes the range between straight and bluffs which are probably some missed diamond FDs. It is hard to guess one of the bluff combos so I choose T7. T7s is easy call preflop BB v BU against the minraise, flop we can call with OESD and pick weaker hands to bluffraise, turn we hit and raise and on the river we have very polarized range so we go for the biggest sizing -> shove.
    • breadbowl
      breadbowl
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      Joined: 05.03.2010 Posts: 21
      7 and 10 of hearts, stayed in trying for straight
    • Brdjan
      Brdjan
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      I think she has 88, preflop standard call, after check behind from villain she expects him to bet his value hands on turn and also new flush draw so check-raise for value and river value bet against villains overpairs and lower sets, he can have straight also but it would be loose open form btn
    • KingKlaas
      KingKlaas
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      Joined: 12.12.2008 Posts: 1,239
      57diamonds.
      Standard defend vs 2bb raise from button.
      Flop float with straightdraw and backdoorflush.
      Turn valuecheckraise.
      River valueshove.
    • DaPhunk
      DaPhunk
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      Wildcard; :Jd: :7d: hehehe:milord:
    • vahan4
      vahan4
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      :Jd: :Td: . That overbet shove is either a straight (:7x: :5x: or :Tx: :7x: , she would raise the Flop with two pair or set), :9x: :6x: or a busted draw.
      1. :7x: :5x: I don't think she's defending 75o, even 4 handed against Button's any two range. On the Flop she's out of position and would need a little better odds than a gutshot to call that large bet. So :7h: :5h: or perhaps :7d: :5d: are possible, though :7h: :5h: is probably a raise. So we're left with :7d: :5d: .
      2. :Tx: :7x: - this could get there with no problems.
      3. Shoving :9x: :6x: on the River may be thin, but what could the Villain bet, bet/call with? They have no sets and straights, which would raise the Turn for protection. But :9x: :8x: and lone 9s might call to catch her bluffs.
      4. Bluffs. I can think of only :Jd: :Td: , :Qd: :Jd: , as if she raises the Turn with a heart draw, she would raise the Flop. This means that Villain called the River with a some kind of value hand blocker, possibly :7d: and I'm trusting this call and putting Hero on a busted flush draw - :Jd: :Td: , as she could se :Td: as a blocker from Villain's calling range.
    • Bonsaibear
      Bonsaibear
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      7, 5
    • lycoreus
      lycoreus
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      Joined: 27.01.2012 Posts: 223
      T7 of diamonds

      Preflop: Nice hand to flat the minraise and see a flop
      Flop: She's got the implied odds with OESD to call.
      Turn: Standard check/raise after completing the straight.
      River: She goes all-in for value as there is no possible flush or full house to beat her.
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