Originally Posted by Zupek
Try to avoid zoom poker. Keep focus on regular tables and u`ll gonna see a difference. On regular tables opponents are much more worse. Inform us and paste some hands! GL!
I prefer zoom though. I find that even though regular tables have softer opponents, I get tilted more, I can't see the tables properly and I don't like it when players sit out and I end up 3-handed.
Originally Posted by IPlay
Can you post some hands like some of your failed triple barrels that get called by A high? Also, 2NL to 5NL is quite the step up because it is full of the other players that couod beat 2NL that moved up so your win rate will be lower and variance higher. They are adjusting to you better then you are to them so just hang in there, study specific players and be ready to but heads.
I realised that it wasn't a triple barrel bluff, but I did bluff the turn and river and I was expecting Ace high to fold:
Effective stack size of $4.83
Hero (SB) has 4h 5h
Hero (SB) posts $0.02
Villain (BB) posts $0.05
Hero raises to $0.15
Villain re-raises to $0.45
Hero calls $0.30
FLOP ($0.90) is Ts Th 7d
Hero checks, villain checks
TURN ($0.90) is 6h
Hero bets $0.50, villain calls $0.50
RIVER ($1.90) is 2s
Hero bets $1.45, villain calls $1.45
Villain shows Ah 8c (Ace high) and wins pot $4.60