This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: Two pair in limped pot facing a river shove within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Hi, I'm relatively new to cash and trying to improve so would like any other opinions on this hand.
Unknown villain/1 tabling. I should've bet
pre - raise and fold out any junky hands that are limping hoping to see a flop
flop - having raised pre cbet flop , as played raise flop
turn - cbet turnand fold to a raise, as played call turn
river - cbet 1/3pot and fold to raise as played check and evaluate his bet size on river
stop playing zoom if you are learning cash games , play regular tables develop reads on players, learn how to bet size , stop limping, learn how to hand read, its all easier to do on regular tables because you get to build up data and a profile of opponents quicker.
21st July 2017, 8:15 AM
Poker at: Pokerstars
Yeah I'd usually raise this, not sure why I didn't this time lapse in concentration I think. The hand would've played out much differently.
I will definitely be looking into playing regular tables, thanks for the feedback.