# [NL2-NL10] nl4 SH - flopped trips, looking for value

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Joined: 12.11.2009
Cake Poker No-Limit Hold'em, \$0.04 BB (6 handed) - Cake-Poker Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com

MP (\$4)
CO (\$2.39)
Button (\$2.97)
Hero (SB) (\$3.96)
BB (\$16.53)
UTG (\$8.16)

Preflop: Hero is SB with 9, A
UTG calls \$0.04, 1 fold, CO calls \$0.04, Button calls \$0.04, Hero calls \$0.02, BB bets \$0.08, UTG calls \$0.04, CO calls \$0.04, Button calls \$0.04, Hero calls \$0.04

Flop: (\$0.40) 9, J, 9 (5 players)
Hero bets \$0.24, 1 fold, UTG calls \$0.24, 1 fold, Button raises to \$0.48, Hero raises to \$1.56, 1 fold, Button raises to \$2.89 (All-In), Hero calls \$0.85

Turn: (\$5.46) 2 (2 players, 1 all-in)

River: (\$5.46) 7 (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: \$5.46

In the end I got the result that I wanted - going broke with trips + top kicker, but did I play it the correct way?

I feel that if I was to call, UTG could also find a call to that minraise Button made (since UTG called my cbet, he would now get 6,67:1 pot odds).

I'll spoil the end result - BU had the 4th 9, so that's why it was so easy for him to get stacked on that flop.
My real question is: did my pattern chase away all potential hands that I dominate, but could have extracted value from on the next streets? (Jx, Overpairs, potential TQ/T8 draws?)

Prefloap reasoning (irrelevant to what happens on the flop) - BB was my initial target here. I've played like 10 mins on this table and BB was sitting there sucking out on everyone with the weirdest fish style I've ever seen - He was aggressive, but only with bets, he would never raise. He could 3barrel 2/3 pot with bottom pair+ and he was capable of calling every gutshot+ draw. I had the intention to isolate him on any flop featuring an ace, and occasionally some 9's too