This is a discussion on $2 NLHE Full Ring: AKs-Wet Flop w/ TPTK within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF): 35/17/3.5
First question, is posting a hand every 2-3 days asking too much advice? I'm autistic, I'm never sure about the unwritten rules
As for your first question, No, not at all! I post usually 1 or 2 a day!
Now, for the hand.
Preflop is fine imo. I could see making it 30 or so, but bttn is probably calling anyways. If these stats are right, he sounds pretty loose.
Flop is fine. I like that sizing ok, we wanna chase off diamonds and the occasional 67 or 79 hand villain decided to see a flop with.
Turn is to small. You make it around 3/4 on the flop, then less than half on the river. That looks suspicious, from villains point of view, that turn either really helped your hand, or devalued it a fair bit.
On the river, i probably just jam here. We have way less than pot, so we get called every time, but imo its better to be the aggressor.
I can't fold this river, simply because we have around 40BB left and we are calling for around a 3rd of the pot. I would be expecting to see him showdown with probably A9s, A8s, AK, AQ with a club or diamond, probably not dealing with sets here. IDK if you are ever winning, but at this point you can't fold if you think he ever has maybe 2 diamonds or a weaker Ace.
July 30th, 2018, 6:51 PM
re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: AKs-Wet Flop w/ TPTK
I agree. Bigger on the turn. Less than half pot is too small. Go closer to a pot size bet. Jamming the turn is an option too with your stack size since you are pretty much committing your stack with your bet.
July 30th, 2018, 8:59 PM
Online Poker at: Black Chip P
Game: NL Holdem
Got it. Bet sizing has come up in my first two hand reviews on here. Guess maybe I need to work on that some.