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SNG 9-Man / Hand Review

    • DSharkP
      DSharkP
      Silver
      Joined: 16.09.2012 Posts: 357
      Hey Guys,

      After a long while i am back at SNG 9-Man, and after a little session, some spots came to mind and looking it over now on HEM trying to figure out a few spots.
      I ll be using a link with the Hand Replay, since for some reason i cant use the Hand History Converter here..any hints are more then welcome.


      In this Spot, I was unsure if i should 3Bet or Fold, even though just now looking at Villains Stats he had a 43/30 in 76 Hands.

      http://www.pokerhand.org/?6851188

      In this second one, I am unsure on my sizing on the Turn, because now looking at it, kind of seems like the majority of he time i ll only get called by worse

      http://www.pokerhand.org/?6851190


      On this one its just a question about my range here to open here, wasnt sure about it.

      http://www.pokerhand.org/?6851192

      This one, looking back at it now, I m not sure if i played it correctly or not...at least now looking back it seems quite unorthodox

      http://www.pokerhand.org/?6851193


      This is all for now, Sorry if its not properly put, I am kind of new to the "Posting Hands"

      Thanks in advance for every opinion or advice.
  • 5 replies
    • arnaldofiori
      arnaldofiori
      Bronze
      Joined: 31.10.2015 Posts: 6
      Hey m8,

      1st spot: Usually early position limpers in STT had a dangerous range of PP's and sometimes good potential cards and as the 2nd player came with iso-raise I understand (independently of his stats) you made the correct decision to fold. I think is relevant to make a note in the limper player.

      2nd spot: I would 3-bet higher, something, like 4.5x. Otf I would make 50% co's the board doesn't offer too many draws and the paired board. Ott I really didn't understand why you pushed? fear for a flush draw? didn't make sense because you gave him better odds on the flop. I think a 3/4 pot bet would be good.

      3rd spot: With 28BB you can narrow your hand for something like 99+ and AQs+, AK, entering in the pot with 2,1 size bet and having a good reading about villains range vs action.

      4th spot: I could do this move with QQ+ to invite someone pushes wide range over a limper, but really depends on the villain's reading and your image. With 77 I think it wasn't a good move I would open raise to win dead money and just call 3bets with pretty decent reading.

      Hey, please keep in mind that I'm not even a good player and just sharing my thoughts.

      Good lucky on the tables and Peace,
    • DSharkP
      DSharkP
      Silver
      Joined: 16.09.2012 Posts: 357
      Thanks Arnaldo , Appreciate the feedback

      On the second spot, i think i pushed because i believe i was thinking if i bet and he raises i ll have to cal anyway, so i decided to push, but i m sure i played it horribly.

      On the last one 77 , I limped with intention on calling a short stack i believe, but spiked my interest to have some other info cause i dont really remember what was my thought process at that point, since i am now getting back to STT and my Framework is still in the builds per say.
    • bookai
      bookai
      Bronze
      Joined: 12.02.2012 Posts: 3,982
      1- Being in the SB is the only think that makes me uncomfortable playing AQ against a 43/30 player in that first hand.
      2- I was gonna say you wouldn't get called by worse but then I saw the result...nice villains you found there :P I would bet a little more on the flop, though.
      3- I would no doubt open this hand 6 handed and chip leading.
      4- I don't like the limp unless you have reads that something will happen and have a plan for that. If you use that too much good players will start exploring your limps by raising. I would definitely put a note on a player who makes that play, for instance.

      Good luck on your poker journey!!
    • DSharkP
      DSharkP
      Silver
      Joined: 16.09.2012 Posts: 357
      Thanks Bookai haha... Cant complain about ACR Poker when it comes to villains lol
    • SDK1987
      SDK1987
      Moderator
      Moderator
      Joined: 12.11.2008 Posts: 39,650
      I have moved your hands in our hand discussion forum. There fits it better.
      It's smart to post 1 hand at the same time. Than it's easier to discuss about it.

      Cheers,
      SDK1987