# [NL2-NL10] Ak Nl100

• Bronze
Joined: 17.10.2008
Hand converted with online PokerStrategy.com hand converter:

Play hand

\$0.5/\$1 No-Limit Hold'em (9 handed)

Known players:
BU:
\$43.20
SB:
\$99.00
BB:
\$44.00
UTG2:
\$39.50
MP1(Hero):
\$23.50
MP2:
\$111.50
MP3:
\$40.85
CO:
\$100.00

Preflop: Hero is MP1 with K, A.
UTG2 folds, Hero raises to \$3.00, 5 folds, BB calls \$2.00.

Flop: (\$6.5) 6, 6, A (3 players)
BB bets \$2.00, Hero raises to \$7.00, BB calls \$5.00.

Turn: (\$20.5) 2 (3 players)
BB bets \$13.00, Hero raises to \$13.50(All-In), BB calls \$0.50.

River: (\$47.5) 5 (3 players)

Final Pot: \$47.5.
Results follow:

Hero shows two pairs, aces and sixs(K A).
BB shows a full-house, sixs full of fives(6 5).

BB wins with a full-house, sixs full of fives(6 5).
• 3 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 16.11.2007
Hey excelgeo,

...no stats?

Without any specific reason, I wouldn't raise 3bb preflop, but normal 4bb or 3.5bb(potsize) instead on nl100.

As played, I would raise flop to 10\$ in order to not give FD sufficient odds to call. Turn is standard.

Regards,
burek2000
• Black
Joined: 02.11.2008
I wouldn't raise 3bb preflop, but normal 4bb or 3.5bb(potsize) instead on nl100

Hi, I've been meaning to ask this:

why do you refer to making a 'potsize' raise pf for a 3.5 or 4bb raise? Isn't the pot \$1.5 before we act (i.e. just the blinds) and, if if we raise by an amount that is equal to the pot*2 then it would be 3bb. What am I missing?

Thanks
• Bronze
Joined: 16.11.2007
Well, potsize is very handy on FTP, because you have a "potsize raise" button there, so that's why I use it on NL100.