re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: So, why did I do this? What if you was villian here and encountered this?
Ok thanks, I do know I played it bad, like really bad..
Originally Posted by bgomez89
If I'm villain i put you on junk but I'm still only calling you with straights and two pairs(i obv don't have tp because i wouldve bet the flop) because there's only .19 cents in the pot and it's not worth a call with bottom or3rd pair or Kx
Yeah, that was the line I took so the reason I shoved.
Originally Posted by c9h13no3
I think you'll be chillin' at 2NL for a while longer.
Yeah, I don't doubt that in the slightish either.
Originally Posted by WVHillbilly
Read on villain is that he's bad (less than full stack, limped UTG). Bad players aren't folding any Ace to your river shove. Lots of them won't be folding any Jack.
Read on you is that you're bad as well. You failed to iso the limper preflop and then took the worst possible line for any hand you might have here because you didn't bet the turn.
Yeah I realised I played it bad, the limp was bad and the betting was dreadful.
All this taken into account, my read was also that he was a bad player (I'm not saying I'm good either as I know I'm not!) and highly likely to call a shove with any pair and I actually did think he might of thought "He missed the flush draw so trying to buy the pot" Now I realise he most likely never thought this but hmf.
($0.19) (2 players)
UTG checks, Hero bets $2.02 (All-in)
, UTG calls $1.27 (All-in), Hero returned $0.75
(a straight, Ten to Ace)
(a pair of queens)
Outcome: Hero wins $2.60
So with all this, I bet the flop correctly, right? nut flush and gut shot straight draw. Are you saying I should bet the turn? I do realise I should never of limped to start with and if entering the pot in MP then raising it up PF?
I did think he might of called with any pair anyway that's why I shoved the river as I looked weak and played it terrible..so how should I of played the hand out if I was going to replay this hand all over? Raise PF?
As for the bet by the way, I've never do this sort of play before, but I'm wondering If I should. I've noticed players do it before and people fold or call thinking either "repping a bluff but has nuts" or the opposite "trying to buy the pot" I think this play is more profitable at 2nl than say just betting for value one the river? The amount of times I bet for value on a board and hand similar to this - they quite often would fold yet massive over bet more likely induces a call sometimes? What do you think?