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Well my friends I share this hand of poker, with the purpose of analyzing and seeing in what percentage of 1 to 10 they would put, After the flop they believe that the regular bad or bad play, and then the turn believe that it would be worth paying even following the project this is the hand: https://www.boomplayer.com/24445239_AABBD4D874
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fold pre , fold flop , having got to the turn shove turn.
3rd July 2017, 10:45 PM
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I dont understand what you're saying but I'll break down why I think it's a bad play.
First of all you should fold preflop imo. There's no way playing QTo in the SB is a good idea. Also 4 people in the pot if you dont raise. Maximize your chances by reraising preflop.
The flop comes. You have 1 immediate out. The king. 10% chance of hitting it approximately. So it might be worth it to call if its a 4-way pot because of implied odds. But you cant expect it to stay 4 ways if someone raises. So you should fold.
Next up: the turn. Hey your odds of hitting something good went up! Now you can hit 8 or K. So if its a 3-4 way pot you can call. But it's 2way. So you should still fold.
In for a penny, in for a pound. The river gives you the out you needed. Raising here was correct. Well played!
3rd July 2017, 11:03 PM
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I think it was a bad play overall..
You have 15 BB and choose to play Q10o, if you limped to see if you flop the nuts with straight or two pair maybe knowing your opponents do not raise much pre that is fine, or you did not wanted to raise to not get 3B ok I'll say I understand.
Flop should have been a fold button makes a pot size bet for protection and you CALL with 2 more players behind? (where you considering going all in if someone raised after?)
Turn comes and you improve a bit with outs, so by your logic looks like you are committed to this hand, 1/2 size bet by button, you should have gone all in, no sense if leaving 300 behind,
Did you had a read on the button to think he had air?
I think you went fishing and got lucky, overall bad play