This is a discussion on $10 NLHE Full Ring: a,2 flop 2 pair bet more? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; ***** Hand History for Game 1111111111 ***** (IPoker)
€10.00 EUR NL Texas Hold'em - Wednesday, February 22, 12:46:56 ET 2017
Table Adazi (Real Money)
Seat 5 is the
deff do not like when you raise 80 when player 5 raises to 60.. thats not even a valid raise, in this spot i shove the remaining stack i have because when you raise from 60 to 80 they both have great odds to call.. everytime you raise you want to 3x to 4x for example player 5 raised it to 60 then you raise it anywhere from 160 to 300 even
22nd February 2017, 8:56 PM
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I think your raise on flop is too small especially on this texture.
When you raise $1.80 you will most likely get rid of some troublesome draws but keep AK calling or raising and we can trap those type of hands. And if anyone is foolish enough to chase a draw its even better
Once king comes though its always hard because usually AK will be there but as we played it draws will have got there as well.
Imo k is a good card for us to slowdown and aave money
River is just ugly for everyone... but perhaps a bet could fold them out here... but mw never a good idea to bluff bc someone generally has it
24th February 2017, 2:56 AM
John A [4,735]
Convert your HH please.
24th February 2017, 7:11 PM
Poker at: 888
re: Poker & $10 NLHE Full Ring: a,2 flop 2 pair bet more?
I never limp in from the SB with a hand like this, other than flopping 2 pair+ you will never know if you are good and your 2nd pair will sometimes get forfeited by other Ax hands.
Completeing like this in the SB is highly likely to be a leak in your game. You have no initiative, no position and a hand that flops badly, frankly its rubbish and you are folding away 1bb nearly always. (Odds/probability of flopping any two pair from two non-pair cards 24 to 1 or 4.00% chance)
Anyway having luckily hit the flop hard you should just be looking to get the money in on the flop before he realises he's beat. There are flush draws and gutshots aplenty charge them appropriately.
26th February 2017, 3:03 AM
Yes you should reraise more on the flop make it like $1.80 more. Your hand is strong and likely best, but it's an ultra wet board. Price out the draws.