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Hero (SB) ($2.57)
Raise 3/4 pot on the flop ,as played also 3bet 3/4 on the turn.
17th September 2015, 7:20 AM
Poker at: Stars
19th September 2015, 6:41 AM
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
I don't like the hand. This is a good example why you don't play these hands against short stacks or limpers.
You will win small pots and lose big pots overvalueing ur hand.
You don't make your hand enough to make this +ev and your short stack opponent won't give you the odds or make it worth your while.
Also you want your opponent to love or have a decent hand that he falls inlove with to pay you off.
Just fold pre. You'll get into bad spots and won't get paid off. And lose more longterm
Don't get me wrong, I play these types of hands but this ain't the spot.
19th September 2015, 8:35 AM
Poker at: PokerStars
I think your cards isn`t strong enough for call on preflop.
Maybe value bet on the river would be not bad decision.
19th September 2015, 10:11 AM
Online Poker at: fulltilt
re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: CR or Bet?
At least have to value bet on river. I believe its a + move compared to check.
We must give opponents to cr us and we have oppurtunity to fire back.
19th September 2015, 10:48 AM
Poker at: 888
I'd bet the turn and river. If i get reraised on turn, I'd just call and re-evaluate on the river.No need to go over the top since theres a possible straight since it is a limped pot. When your boat completes, bet out on river. BB and MP could've a draw or a decent pair with showdown in which case they might just check down. If they have a good hand like 2 pair or better,it's possible they might reraise you and you can get it all in then.
I'd only check raise the river if there is a maniac in the pot