Sometimes when I'm in a hand my brain freezes. I left allot of money on the table with this hand. Advice needed on practice slowing down i think...all thoughts welcome
Mgm detroit 1$/2$, 50$to $300 buy in.
Forty minutes in,i have $450 in BB , v1 inexp. Kid has $55, sb (Just sat 15 minutes ago)has $400
Limped six ways. Im in the BB with 7H7S and i check. Good or bad it's what i did.
Anyway, flop comes 7d,Ac,9d. Sb checks,i bet twelve knowing a fd would play for it.
V1 shoves for $55, SB flats. I didn't even take time. My immediate thought was that they are sharing a flush draw. With the Ac out there i figure one of them paired the ace. I shoved thinking sb has fd w the ace and might call. He open folds As.7c and says it was a tough lay down after two minutes of thought.
I think, i shoulda made it 120or so but tbh i didn't realize he had that much money. I thought he bought in for two hundred.he may have doubled up when i went to piss or something (another leak i have,not noticing)and really didn't expect him to fold anything that would flat The $55.
Even if i did the right thing and had a good thought process behind it(Not saying that's the case), i still have an issue of not considering all possible hands that villain could have in spots where i flop huge. I can think fast for the most part but would be a much better player ifi found a way to make the best and biggest bet for given ranges.
I want to learn a way to train my brain to do this well when i am killing the board and be able to get max value from second or third best ect. (Usually,when i think im behind i can assighn ranges ok)Any of you guys have any suggestions? All my games are live btw..thanks in advance