re: Poker & .02/.05 NL 6max 2 tabling
Right side 0:56 QhJh
flop is Jc 2d 6c
you lead out for .15 in a .28 pot giving villain almost 3 to 1 to call. If he's on a draw, he's priced in to call and he does.
turn comes with a 9d, now there is two flush draws and a possible straight draw and you lead out again, this time for .25 now giving him 3.24 to 1 if he is on a draw. Again, he is priced in, this time he folds. Not sure if you always make your bets this small, too early to tell.
Left side 2:12 AsQd
flop comes, 2s Kd Jc you have a straight draw and position. villain checks, you bet half pot, too small again, you are giving almost 3 to 1. villain calls
Turn is 6s, now there is a flush draw. villain checks you bet .35 giving villain 3.74 to 1. villain calls
River comes Ah and you finally have a pair. Villain checks and you check? Should of just put a small value bet out here. You never discuss a range on villain, what do you think he had? Make the bet bigger on the turn and you probably take the hand down there, not needing to hit your A on the river to win the hand.
you should have more than what you do. The basic VPIP, PFR and AF only tell you if they are tight, loose and aggressive or passive. I use three rows on my hud.
Folds to C bet pre flop%, folds to flop bet%, folds to turn bet%
steal%, 3 bet %, Flop c bet %, showdown %
VPIP, PFR,AF, # of hands
True, you don't always see the same people, but after 50 hands or so, you have a pretty good idea of what they are doing. And the stats become a better tool the more hands you have on someone.
you need to be looking at the stats of the people that are in the blinds when you are button. What do they do, do they fold to steals? Are they calling, and you can adjust your stealing range based on that information.
Right side 11:23 77
.17 raise, and a guy calls behind, you are in BB, it's .12 for you to call. You talk about possibly laying that down. Out of position with small PP when you are getting 3.41 to 1 to call, is a call all day. It's called set mining, if you get a low board or even better a set, you are good to go. You miss, check and then fold to a c bet, standard play, nothing wrong with that.
Right side around 15 minutes in 88
you flop a set, that's a pretty safe board for your set and lead out, which is ok, you could scare him off there though. Another line would be check raising. Villain three bets you and you flat, to trap, which is fine. However, you then lead out for .45, way to small and there is now a flush draw on the board. You are giving villain 4.68 to 1 to call and he does. Then a 7 hits, kinda unlikely that 7 helped the villain in anyway and you check. You are OOP and possibly missing value doing this. You are lucky he bets out so you can shove. Lead out on the river around 1/4 to half pot, where the villain has to call and you don't miss out on value.
I'm seeing a tendency that is going to get you into trouble you are making small bets on the turn giving odds
for people to draw on you with another card to come. Then you are missing value on the river by checking. Bet larger on the turn and make value bets on the river. In fact at this level you need to increase all your bet sizes. If you are going to bet, bet 3/4ths pot to full pot, the half pot raises are just making a bigger pot and giving odds for draws. Then you do increase the bet on the turn, but it's not enough and you give even better odds to draw to the river.
Right side 19:47 AdJd
you be half pot again with two other players in the hand giving just over 3 to 1 with a flush draw out there. You get reraised and call, which is fine. However, you don't really say why you call. What kind of range did you have on villain? The scare card comes on the turn. He checks, you check and a blank comes on the river. He checks and you check and take the pot down. Now, I'm not sure what you put the villain on, was he trying to push you of the hand with that reraise? Why did villain check it down the rest of the way? Again, due to villains actions, I think I value bet on the river here.
Look at your BB/100 hands. What does that stat say in HEM? By increasing your bet sizing and value betting more, I bet you can increase that by 2 to 3BB, if not more at the 5nl level.