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Should I have folded?

    • animusss
      Joined: 12.06.2009 Posts: 4
      Dealer: Hasbeen63 posts small blind 150
      Dealer: kiwiinoz posts big blind 300
      Dealer: Dealing Hole Cards
      I get delt 10,10
      Dealer: animusss calls 300
      Dealer: tshizzell calls 300
      Dealer: kiwiinoz checks
      Dealer: Dealing Flop: [6d 3h 8c]
      Dealer: kiwiinoz bets 700
      Dealer: animusss calls 700
      Dealer: tshizzell raises 2722 to 3422 and is all-in
      Dealer: kiwiinoz calls 2722
      Dealer: animusss folds
      Dealer: Dealing Turn: [2c]
      Dealer: Dealing River: [Ah]
      Dealer: kiwiinoz has a pair of Eights
      Dealer: tshizzell has a pair of Eights - lower kicker
      Dealer: kiwiinoz wins pot (8,954) with a pair of Eights
  • 3 replies
    • sliverika
      Joined: 04.08.2009 Posts: 94
      They just limped so you would assume they might have a mediocre card in their hand (ie 8) but after the all-ins, it is a tough decision.. maybe they hit two pair. I would've folded too..
    • AussieIan
      Joined: 10.12.2007 Posts: 366
      try to use a hand converter to post your hands, it really helps (try

      Also, what are the other variables.....position, stack sizes, tourney/cash game??

      Now to the hand as shown....i really dont like the limp, enter a pot with a raise, or just fold...with pocket tens it's a raise for me.

      Then on the flop, the call is again very're either folding, or raising (3 times the 2100 unless that is more than half your stack and then it's all in)...with an overpair just put it in there...

      In short, it was a very poorly played hand...but hey, we've all been there, that's why you're here... :)

      Make sure you read the articles on no-limit play to help you improve, check out the web for hand convertors and post plenty of hands in the evaluation forums, as well as look at other peoples hands and think how you would play them.

      Good luck at the tables...
    • animusss
      Joined: 12.06.2009 Posts: 4
      I had found that the other two players at the table were constantly trying to steal with nothing and by check/calling they were more inclined to bet due to my showing weakness.