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Are you serious or is this just another pee-and-miss blog?
1) a man trapped in man's body;
2) making PLO players drool since 2008;
3) Vanessa, if you just googled self and found this - we love you. Would you do a sweat session with us? And then maybe a threesome? Come on, be cool, man!
One Jackalof has four cards. All four cards have a value of a four. Quad fours have a 4% chance of winning. Question: should I pot preflop or just do pot and see my wang flop?
I've consulted admins and they stated most of my material cannot be published. No but serious, will decide after my master thesis thing on Friday. Meanwhile, you better go grind and throw in an update or two to get things going.
First of all I would suggest posting hands first, then explaining your thought process, makes it easier for the reader
Second of all, 234J hand
I dont see how calling a 3-bet with this hand can ever be profitable
Third of all, A883 hand - can't see the results of the hand. Did he have Q high?
Fourth of all, what is this pornography you have posted in the middle of your hand? It seems that it: 1) made you fold the nuts; 2) will span a discussion in geek forums 'would I do her?'. You know, those laughable ones where pathetic geeks post nude women pics and comment 'oh man I would so do her'. 'Yea man, she's just lying there, legs widespread, waiting for your short hairy dick to enter ^^ How come you suck in real life but you WOULD CHOOSE to do her? You're awesome man.' Etc contact on skype for further hate mail.
Finally, Im glad you have not abandoned your blog, looks promising
1st hand: yes, turn card is a nice one for the villain to donk out, but I disagree that he expects you to fold mid flushes, trips (!!) and straights. The only reasonable expectation would be expecting you to fold pocket pairs. I think you can't call any sized river bet (ofc unless its ridic small) because: he donked on paired flush board on turn, and if he continues on blank river, he must have something that is not afraid to second barrel after you showed resistance on the turn. Since, if I understand this correctly, it's the very first hand of the match, he shouldnt expect to barrel you off flush/straight there. After he checks river, I dont think you should bet there because he either has air and folds or has a mid flush and wants to c/c fearing FH or better flush. Only consideration would be betting super large, like 580 or so, repping a monster and recognising villain has something he will have hard time letting it go therefore asking for a big price to see a showdown. You know, standard mindrape thing. But I dont think its worth it at this stage.
2nd hand: I like the c/c on the flop, keeping the pot small. I dont know what your assuption of 'he could easily have air' is based on when he bets turn, but I'm leaning to a fold. You don't get correct odds against a made hand. River is a MUST bet! Sorry, that's personal opinion, but I ran into too much of those 'yay I suckout but the villain checks back, boo
'. He will most likely check back alot of his range unless he has FH there somehow. I think he would still call you with J, JT, overpair, which he would check back if you check. Just my thoughs. Donk/fold the river.
3rd hand: nice checkback, again keeping the pot small, having position => life rules. Smooth call on turn is very nice, perhaps repping backdoor flushdraw. Timing is important. You should have taken like 6 seconds before calling to represent weak hand. River is very strange by villain. Your big part of the range is flushdraws so his river donk is just stupid unless he somehow has 2 of the remaining 6 diamonds. The size of the raise does not matter too much there - he is almost always folding, so you might aswell just pot it or whatever
Seems villain has complete air thus the desperate donk because he should opt to c/c with two pair type of hand (depending on your v-bet size ofc).
4th hand: I think raising flop is better because he could be asking for correct odds with fd/oesd. Turn is again the situation we have prattled about : shipping there should be seen as a no-no ---IMO--- because of the super drawy board. He could be calling with alot of hands and I doubt middle two pair is ahead of his calling range very much. I mean, his turn continuation should mean he either hit his ace or turned a flushdraw (likely goes together with at least a pair). So either way you're not in a good shape ---IMO---. He either calls with a better two pair and you're dead or he calls with a nice draw and you're dead too because I infected you with horse-shit luck.
Once again, it's just my personal opinion, feel free to flame/disagree. It is not an advice - just a point of view, to help improve for both of us.
Hah, thats odd indeed, you missing a bluff opportunity even if its not an opportunity? Never seen that before
Like yesterday when you c/raised QQJ flop to commit self, i shipped the remaining nickels with QJ and you folded
Your typical aggressive rape action
The A on the turn sucks and I agree def a nono shipping this card, but calling the flop to ship a blank turn cant be a huge nono? I'm def getting it in either on the flop or a blank turn so why is it a huge nono to see a blank turn and get it in when we likely have more equity? I think i'm missing something here.
I have failed at explaining my thought process. I mean that particular Ace double flushdraw turn, not any turn. Blank turn I would love a ship, he would not get away with his top pair + straight draw type of hands. This is biased of course, reminds me of a successful ship of mine yesterday when it was smth like this: raise, I call, another calls. Flop wet, gives me two pair. He pots, I call, 3rd folds. Turn blank, he pots, I shove, he has some draw which does not have enough equity on the turn, I hold and win. But enough about how epic I am.
All in all, very interesting stuff, keep it coming, sir