re: Poker & $25 NL, JJ on a TJQ board
I've kind of given away the next streets, but I wanted to post the rest of the hand for another question/point of discussion.
PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.25 BB (7 handed) Poker-Stars (http://www.flopturnriver.com/reviews/Online-Poker-PokerStars.php#converter) Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (http://www.flopturnriver.com) (Format: FlopTurnRiver)
Hero is MP1 with J
, Hero raises to $1
, 1 fold
, CO calls $1, 3 folds
, Q (2 players)
Hero bets $1.5
, CO calls $1.50.
($5.35) 7 (2 players)
Hero bets $3
, CO calls $3.
($11.35) T (2 players)
Hero bets $6
, CO raises to $18
, Hero raises to $27.85
, CO calls $9.85.
Hero has Jc Jd (full house, jacks full of tens).
CO Qd Th (full house, tens full of queens).
Outcome: Hero wins $67.05.
My flop and turn bets are on the smallish side because I had immediately convinced myself that he might have AK. As it was, I hit the boat on the river, and so did he.
But, the point of posting this part is; this seems like an example of reverse implied odds
. The villian has more than a full buy-in and calls my early position raise when I have more than a full buy-in. But he calls with an easily dominated hand QT, one of those hands Brunson warns about, I think.
Without both boats on the river he might not get his full stack in, but this still seems like a situation of reverse implied odds. Yes? No?