This is a discussion on How should I be representing my hand at live low stakes? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; For example im playing 1/2 cash , pre flop I have QK in late position I raise 3x the bb (which I've noticed the preflop
How should I be representing my hand at live low stakes?
For example im playing 1/2 cash , pre flop I have QK in late position I raise 3x the bb (which I've noticed the preflop raise here is normally like 10 so first mistake) . BB and I think 3 others call.
30 in the pot
Flop is Q J Q rainbow
Everyone checks... what do I do? Check. Why? The chance of a straight is really low ehh... the right move here would've been you bet about 15 correct?
Im asking should I telegraph I have something here? How so?
Turn is a 9c.
Everyone checks, Here I bet 15 because I recognized there was a flush draw and wanted to give insufficient odds and anyone with the straight would bet (correct Line of thinking ?)
3 fold and BB calls.
8 comes outs, honestly I didn't think anyone would chase the straight that far so I bet 25 into a pot of 60 figuring hed call with 2 pair or a lower set...instead he played 6 10o and hit the straight.
So basically I'm asking when I have a big hand should I just represent it?
I also limped in with AA. Well I I know I needed to rep that preflop as somone hit the flush on the flop with suited Q4s. Terrible hand by me. Kicking myself over that.
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11th October 2017 10:02 PM
23rd October 2017, 5:55 AM
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after the flop, after everyone before you checked, you should have bet the pot, or overbet the pot (agressive)
hands like 6 10 would hardly stay in the game