Originally Posted by Figaroo2
PokerStars Hand #104178063006: Hold'em No Limit (€0.10/€0.25 EUR) - 2013/09/15 16:34:23 ET
Table 'Herrick VIII' 9-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 2: (€26.26 in chips)
Seat 3: (€41.80 in chips)
Seat 4: figaroo2 (€25 in chips)
Seat 5: Villian (€27.35 in chips)
Seat 7: (€27.97 in chips)
Seat 8: (€40.31 in chips)
Seat 9: (€56.63 in chips) SB posts small blind €0.10
figaroo2: posts big blind €0.25
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to figaroo2 [Ks As]
SaarZocker76: raises €0.75 to €1 all fold to
figaroo2: calls €0.75
*** FLOP *** [6h Ts Kc]
figaroo2: bets €1
SaarZocker76: calls €1
*** TURN *** [6h Ts Kc] <font color='black'>J♣</font>
SaarZocker76: bets €2.80
figaroo2: calls €2.80
*** RIVER *** [6h Ts Kc Jc] <font color='red'>2<font face="arial">♦</font></font>
SaarZocker76: bets €7.22
Uncalled bet (€7.22) returned to SaarZocker76
SaarZocker76 collected €9.26 from pot
SaarZocker76: doesn't show hand ( First I put him on AA, then maybe JJ or chopping with AK, what else could it be if he doesn't raise the flop? )<br>
Call PF is fine imo, but I 3bet here to narrow his range. Fold to a 4bet. The way you played you are oop without initiative.
Not sure why you chose to donk this medium dry flop, but as played at least bet bigger. He likely hit something on this flop texture, a pair, straight draw, gutshot, etc. But I prefer to let him cbet, then call (which I think is better than c/r as you only fold out what he missed). Your smallish lead signals a vulnerable hand. He will call this with nearly ATC in position.
So the turn J scares you (AQ got there...) and your check screams weakness after you min-donked the flop. As played, I don't mind the call and river is a fold.
Raise pre, bet flop and re-evaluate on turn.