[NL2-NL10] nl10, sh At, tp facing river raise

    • Janosikgdy
      Janosikgdy
      Bronze
      Joined: 06.05.2007 Posts: 4,472
      Everest Poker, $0.05/0.10 Hold'em Cash Games, 6 Players
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      Board:
      @beuzzer@ (BB): $9.93
      kpuzsa (UTG): $9.85
      _LDC_ (UTG+1): $5.52
      arthurus35 (CO): $7.46
      HERO (Button): $9.85
      pepin137 (SB): $14.75

      Dealt to HERO T:diamond: A:spade:

      Pre-flop:
      (2 folds), arthurus35 calls $.10, HERO raises to $.45, (2 folds), arthurus35 calls $.35

      Flop: ($1.05) A:club: 8:spade: K:spade: (2 Players)
      arthurus35 checks, HERO bets $.70, arthurus35 calls $.70

      Turn: ($2.45) J:heart: (2 Players)
      arthurus35 checks, HERO bets $1.50, arthurus35 calls $1.50

      River: ($5.45) 9:club: (2 Players)
      arthurus35 bets $4.81 and is all-in, (1 folds), arthurus35 returns $4.81

      Results:
      arthurus35 wins $5.09

      villian 64/9 over 10 hands, no reads.

      more often I am beat after river raise, so this is easy fold with hand like mine yeah?
  • 1 reply
    • MaestroOfZerg
      MaestroOfZerg
      Bronze
      Joined: 17.11.2008 Posts: 5,510
      Hi,


      Sometimes you'll see a busted spade draw or a worse Ax from an opponent that doesn't have a clue what he's doing there too, so it's not a definite fold, but given how ugly the board came it's very possible that this guy has some sort of two pairs too.

      I'll usually just decide on gut feeling and timing in that spot, i don't think either calling nor folding is a mistake per se, trust your instinct you have to train those too =)


      Hope it helps.