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[NL2-NL10] Aq

    • RMB
      Joined: 29.03.2008 Posts: 599
      Hey, My opponent in this hand is always betting pot size when he is in a hand.
      Tends to be very aggressive, but sometimes actually has the nuts.
      I wouldnt say that she is tight, he likes to play pots.

      Sorry im not that good at describing situations and stuff.

      Starting game 5667826765.

      rmbiz is at seat 0 with $10.35.
      sitionazare is at seat 2 with $2.81.
      Nikita6666 is at seat 3 with $9.37.
      Sander3210 is at seat 4 with $6.95.
      pierre-marie is at seat 5 with $5.45.

      The dealer is seat 2.

      Nikita6666 posts a blind of $.05.
      Sander3210 posts a blind of $.10.

      (rmbiz is dealt Ac Qs.)

      pierre-marie calls for $.10.
      rmbiz raises $.30.
      sitionazare folds.
      Nikita6666 folds.
      Sander3210 folds.
      pierre-marie calls for $.30.

      The flop comes
      9s Js 10d.

      pierre-marie bets $.95.
      rmbiz calls for $.95.

      The turn comes 5c.

      pierre-marie bets $2.85.
      rmbiz folds.
      $2.85 is pushed back to pierre-marie.

      pierre-marie mucks.
      pierre-marie wins pot ($2.67).
  • 1 reply
    • MaestroOfZerg
      Joined: 17.11.2008 Posts: 5,510

      Well it looks pretty straightforward to me, you have a read that he has "a hand" when he bets pot and he did, so you have two options: either you think you can get him off part of those hands by raising and call it off, or you don't, in which case the way you played it is fine.

      If you define "a hand" as anything that connects with that board include weak pairs and draws you're way better off going broke on the flop. If you define "a hand" as a top pair, you're never getting him to fold it so seeing a turn and reevaluating is fine.

      hope it helps.