$10 NLHE Full Ring: 2-handed: planned extended float on drawy board
Poker Stars $0.05/$0.10 No Limit Hold'em - 2 players
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Hero (BTN/SB): $10.00
($0.15) Hero is BTN/SB with 9
Hero raises to $0.35
, BB calls $0.25
4 (2 players)
BB bets $0.50
, Hero calls $0.50
($1.70) 5 (2 players)
BB bets $0.86
, Hero calls $0.86
($3.42) A (2 players)
BB bets $1.34
, Hero raises to $3
, BB folds
When he donks here he can have a few things:
Bluff: I didn't expect him to have many bluffs here as why wouldn't he gain an extra bet and look stronger with a check-raise?
2-pair: I didn't think he'd have 2-pair as why would he flat with 86/84/64? He didn't seem like a spastic. He could conceivably flat with low suited gappers, but the only combos for that are clubs and diamonds, not a lot.
Set: perhaps, people like donking when they hit a set and this is a decent board to do it on. Not sure if people generally like check-raising or donking with sets
Some sort of pair: Maybe something like K8/Q6/55. Now that I think about it this makes a lot of sense. I didn't consider this at the time =/
I studiedly didn't consider the 1 pair at the time of the hand, so figured I'd call flop/turn and raise river, assuming the draws missed. Not sure if since he has pairs if this play is any good. I was thinking of raising the flop, but that creates some awkward spots. I can't just ship the turn and he may do something aggressive with his draw which would make it an awfully difficult spot.
I'm a SnG player and make these kind of moves everynow and then. I usually min-raise when I do this though and it works because we're usually much shallower. Last time I did this at cash villain snapped me of with his A high missed flush...... So I thought I'd better go a tad bit more with the raise.