This is a discussion on Fold, Raise, Jam? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Hey guys, I don't have access to programs like flopzilla. Can someone run this through a simulation for me? what would you have done in
Hey guys, I don't have access to programs like flopzilla. Can someone run this through a simulation for me? what would you have done in this situation?
I ended up folding because I didn't have alot of info on the villain. After thinking about it over and over I feel like I should have jammed him all in. What do you guys think?
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***** Hand History for Game 17384110640 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:173552558 Level:7 Blinds-Antes(50/100 -10) - Thursday,June 7, 11:39:59 PDT 2018
Table Jackpot Freerolls $80k+ Series (173552558) Table #89 (Real Money)
Seat 4 is the button
Total number of players : 9/9
Seat 1: dranik333 ( 5,685 )
Seat 2: Ninza84 ( 4,915 )
Seat 3: FreeJak51 ( 3,637 )
Seat 4: Zero_Spiel ( 4,224 )
Seat 5: BrowningMan16 ( 9,375 )
Seat 6: Roman1302 ( 10,315 )
Seat 7: DorianMD ( 6,340 )
Seat 8: vir29 ( 4,084 )
Seat 9: kjnutt409 ( 2,425 )
dranik333 posts ante [10 ]
Ninza84 posts ante [10 ]
FreeJak51 posts ante [10 ]
Zero_Spiel posts ante [10 ]
BrowningMan16 posts ante [10 ]
Roman1302 posts ante [10 ]
DorianMD posts ante [10 ]
vir29 posts ante [10 ]
kjnutt409 posts ante [10 ]
BrowningMan16 posts small blind [50 ].
Roman1302 posts big blind [100 ].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to BrowningMan16 [ 6c, Ac ]
dranik333 calls [ 100 ]
FreeJak51 calls [ 100 ]
BrowningMan16 raises [ 650 ]
Roman1302 calls [ 600 ]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 6d, 5h, Qh ]
Roman1302 bets [ 1,690 ]
Your time bank will be activated in 6 secs. If you do not want it to be used, please act now.
Roman1302 does not show cards.
Roman1302 wins 3,380 chips
I am not familiar enough with flopzilla to run that through the simulation. In addition, I am fairly new at poker. I have been playing for about 6 months now.
If I were in that situation and did not have any information on the player who pot bet the flop, I would have folded.
There were no clubs, but 2 hearts and a Queen. Villain could have had 2 hearts or a single Q pretty easily in my opinion. In addition, if you had jammed him, you could have just lost the tournament.
After the tournament you would have though about how you went out of the tournament with Ac,6c. I don't like looking back and knowing that I went out with a hand like that when my chip stack is still 100BB.
Also, the fact that it is a freeroll means that the player could have something like 5h10h and play it as if it should be played.
All in all, I don't think that flop and your hand justified any risks of playing it any further.
June 7th, 2018, 8:47 PM
Flopzilla only works when you have a range for the opponent. Which, as you said, you didn’t have the info necessary there.
With it being a freeroll and him being big stack at the table, his call range is massive.
Quite possible he thought you were trying to steal the pot pre-flop and called. Then when you check, he figured any bet would push you off.
Still, you have middle pair on a pretty wet board, so I’m not even sure you’d be in front of you did call.