[NL2-NL10] NL10SH another bluff vs tag

    • silent21
      silent21
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      Joined: 08.08.2008 Posts: 1,556
      Grabbed by Holdem Manager
      NL Holdem $0.10(BB) Replayer
      SB ($3.60)
      BB ($10)
      UTG ($12.06) 17/12 2.63bet 3.5af 23%wtsd 1500hands
      Hero ($12.60)
      BTN ($12.04)

      Dealt to Hero 7:club: 7:spade:

      UTG raises to $0.35, Hero calls $0.35, fold, fold, fold,

      FLOP ($0.85) T:diamond: 8:club: 5:club:

      UTG bets $0.60, Hero calls $0.60,

      TURN ($2.05) T:diamond: 8:club: 5:club: 2:diamond:

      UTG bets $1.70, Hero raises to $4.90, UTG raises to $11.11, Hero folds,


      this is another guy who folds overpairs and who never calls 3bets unless he is IP otherwise either push with AA/KK and sometimes AK or folds.

      despite the board was drawy i decided to try a move on him but it seems he did not believe me, or he had TT :) . any comments?
  • 3 replies
    • Fongie
      Fongie
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      Joined: 02.12.2006 Posts: 4,978
      Drawy boards are bad for floating. And once again, floatraising turn as a bluff... I don't like it on NL10! You can float sometimes sure if he checks to you, but most people just don't fold to a raise on the turn. Anyway, you need a dryer board first of all, and secondly, I wouldn't start making too fancy moves. Save the variance for higher limits :)
    • silent21
      silent21
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      Joined: 08.08.2008 Posts: 1,556
      i have more than 40BI for NL25 but i am trying to make the fancy moves vs tags here and not on higher limits. or generally its better to try them vs established players
    • Fongie
      Fongie
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      Joined: 02.12.2006 Posts: 4,978
      Wow, nice BR. I'd recommend you to move up and win more money instead :)

      Anyway, I like the idea of practicing playing against regs on a lower limit - but remember that you will never make the most money out of regs on any limit, you will make them off the fish! So I think you shouldn't trudge around too much on NL10, ABC poker is still what'll get you further on NL25. But sure enough, having a few tricks in the bag won't hurt =)

      So if you want to keep practicing then go ahead.. I'll try to evaluate it as good as I can :) turnplay is one of the trickiest things in hold'em ;)