[NL2-NL10] NL25 few hands I lost a few BIs with

    • goudviske
      goudviske
      Bronze
      Joined: 14.02.2009 Posts: 24
      Another attempt at NL25, but after being down 4 BIs think Ill stick to NL10 again for a bit...
      Would like to have some feedback tho :)

      Hand 1: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/poker-hand-converter/143605

      NL25
      No stats on vilains
      What I thought was CU is stealing, so TT seems to be descent to defend the hand, so I pushed it in for max fold eq.

      Think this isn't bad play tho, please correct me if Im overlooking something.

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      Hand 2: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/poker-hand-converter/143603

      NL25
      Vil stats: 35/4 but only 23 hands
      Was a bit scared of the flop, and since he was pretty passive in the stats I had, thought Id skip the conti bet, and just play c/f

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      Hand 3: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/poker-hand-converter/143601

      NL25
      Vil stats: 27/5 with 74% fold to conti bet, af 1.0
      BB stats: 18/10 with 67% fold to conti bet, af 2.5
      Thought to isolate the limper with a hand that should be ahead of his 27% limping, certainly in late posse. Didn't expect the BB to call the raise also. 4 spades to flush so I thought vs 3 opponents might be profitable to push as conti bet, and have some chance they would fold, and if they didn't I still had the K high flushdraw.

      Don't think I should have played this differently.


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      Hand 4: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/poker-hand-converter/143598

      NL25
      No vilain stats
      Don't think I played this badly, but not sure if I should have bet the turn with the 3 hearts, still I chose not to, not sure what the proper play is in this situation
  • 1 reply
    • burek2000
      burek2000
      Bronze
      Joined: 16.11.2007 Posts: 3,105
      Hey goudviske,

      #1

      The way I see HH villain was MP3 and possibly a SSSP which means his range would be 99+/AQ+ against which you have only 44.3% equity and should therefore fold. I would just stick to standard JJ+/AK without the stats/reads here. On the other hand if he was openraising CO it would have been an easy push.


      #2

      If you decide to start stealing with wider range than the standard SHC, you still need to play hands the same way, meaning c-bet/fold this flop.

      #3

      Nice hand, with lots of FE and lots of outs that's a profitable shove on the flop.

      #4

      You have 3 opponents and semi draw heavy board, so bet potsize on the flop(it's standard in freeplays). On the turn however your 2-pair becomes worthless with second J showing up, so just play c/f turn and c/f river.

      Keep analyzing and improving your game and I'm sure you'll crush NL25 in no time. ;)

      Regards,
      burek2000