Here are some general notes I quickly wrote while playing 1/2NL live.
Looking for general commentary.
I know LOTS of details are missing, but this is the best I can do.
Please let me know if anything is played correctly, or very incorrectly....
Guy before me goes all in for $22.
I fold. (Flops comes 6 4 10)
What's missing? Your stack size and position. Obviously there are more people in the hand but to decide to call that raise really depends on position and what's left to act and how many BB you have and what the call wll do to your stack. For example: you have 100 BB and one more to act behind you I say it's a call. The villian with $22 has a wide range to shove with at this moment.
I bet 6 preflop.
V raises 15.
Flop comes 5AJ.
Someone bets, I fold.
So here your making a play for the blinds? The villian is bb or sb? So he happens to have a hand ( maybe) or thinks your making a play. When he raised to 15, I think about folding, but see a flop and see what comes. Nothing then fold. There is more then you and villian in the hand I presume, so your 7/8 shrinks when they call the 15.
I call 10.
Flop I bet $20.
Turn is 9.
I bet $50.
Here you turn what might very well be the nuts. You are missing the flop and turn cards and pot size. Is there a possible st8 or flush for you to bet big to chase them off the hand? You have a great hand and want to extract the most out of your opposition. You want them to call you with their top pair.
I bet $6 preflop.
Someone raises $15. I call.
Flop comes Q 10 A. Someone bets $20. I fold. (Turn comes a 6)
With this board your beat by many cards even with the turn 6 unless the board pairs on the river. So I say good fold and move on. This hand is similar to your 4/4 hand where you folded.
After flop, I C-bet $15 into $30 pot.
No information as to flop.
I do $12 bet.
Flop is 3 undercards.
V bets to $24, all in.
Another caller goes all in before me.
I fold my 9s. (Pair of 8's wins the hand)
Again missing pot size and what the other all in amount is and your stack size. If the all in is $100 then I fold but if it does not cripple me I possibly call. Did the villian win or the other all in? Lots of variables here.
I fold to $10 bet.
Flop comes 8 Q 4.
You folded top pair to a pot size bet? Was the flop suited ? If the blinds are in your 3rd. to act. $10 seems like a reasonable call to see what comes next.
78. Late position.
V bets $15. I fold.
Flop comes K 6 8 7 3.
Here again lack of info.
Flop comes QAA
Small stack bets.
Yes you fold all day unless your suited and the board is 4 flushed and the bet amount is within your range.
Pocket 5's. OTB.
V goes all in.
What's the all in amount and your stack? You have to gamble sometimes. How has he been playing?
Flop comes AQJ.
V bets $22.
(Getting 3:1, or 25% pot odds
But need King. 4 outs. 8/1/6%
(Hand is won by K 10)
Fold is good.
Pocket 6's. Got crushed. Gutted my stack.
Don't recall the details.
I think I was trying to semi-bluff.
Ended with 2 pairs, but another guy had higher 2 pair.
Well this one obviously was not good. Lesson learned and move on.
V bets $10.
Is this after you just called or is he raising ahead of you? Are you suited, I may call, unsuited I probably fold. See how the flop comes. A/9 is a stack drainer, looks good but beat by too many.
Down to my last $35.
75. Flop comes 758.
I go all in.
River is 5.
I am back to $200 !!
So your in the BB or Sb with a bunch of limpers? 4 to 5 to the flop and they all call your all in ? I guess that's getting in good for you. I think before you get short stacked you ante up or set a limit to walk away before you get that low. You want to win the most when you hit a huge hand like that.You could have possibly scored much more. It was interesting to go through hands. I think it helps everyone to review their own and others. Good luck in the future.
Let me know what hand number you're commenting on....