No need to bet 80 here, just bet something like 40-50. We're still not overly interested in the hand, we're just trying to pick up the pot cheaply while still protecting our hand, a bet of 40-50 achieves that.
On the river our 'value' bet really doesn't have a lot of value, nothing much worse is going to call, we split with any 4 that hit, and lose to practically anything else. Just check/fold it and maintain your stack, the chips we pick up here are not worth as much as the chips we lose.
The way i play this hand is that i bet out 50 on the turn (sometimes i'd even just check it as i'm really not that interested in this small pot), and check/fold the river to any action.
Be happy to just check this hand preflop and play a 'set it or forget it' style. Raising here with a hand like pocket 2's is pretty horrible. It totally defeats the purpose of the hand really. If the idea is to get him to fold, it's not really worth it, and since he is likely calling our raise, we have now succeeded in making the pot bigger for the player in position.
After he calls, it's not a great board to c-bet on, as it likely hits his range reeeeealy hard. I understand c-betting after you make that raise, but understand that he's limp calling with tons of hands like KJ and Q9 etc all of which are rarely folding on the flop, so we can expect to be called/raised here a lot of the time, either way we can never really continue.
Early game is about not spewing chips, we could have happily just checked this preflop, and check/folded the flop and continued with a nice stack.
I'd prefer just leading out here rather than check/calling. I don't really think we have the odds
required to be able to do either here. Sure we have around 8 outs, but in SNGs we need much better odds than say a cash game or tournament as the chips lost when missing our draw hurt us a lot more than the chips gained from hitting our draw. And since this players range is pretty weak on this flop, even if we hit our draw on the turn, we're not likely to get paid off a very high % of the time. Like i mentioned before, his range includes a lot of higher cards like QJ and such, which proabably doesn't hit this board much at all.
Just fold dude, you are almost always going to be called by at least 1-2 players, and we have such a weak hand, we could maybe limp behind if we still had a stack of 14-1500, but we are already down to 1100.
In any case this raise is just pure spew, we're always getting called here preflop putting us in an even more akward position postflop when we miss the flop or even hitting the flop we are never really happy with our hand.
It worked this time, but most of the time we're getting called by 1-2 players making our flop decision really difficult. Even getting called by one, there is half of our stack in the pot and a failed c-bet leaves us in a really bad situation when we could have just avoided it.
Again, just limp behind with the 7's if you feel the need to play it. Raising doesn't do much when we're likely getting called and then almost always facing overcards on the flop. And since players like to 'float' flops our c-bet gets called a decent amount of time as well, forcing us to shut down on the turn a lot of the time.
You are making no sense now, lol. You raise after a limper, but then just open limp yourself. This is a raise preflop since the pot is unopened. When there is a limper involved, his range is no longer random, he has cards he probably wants to see a flop with, and will call large bets in order to see a flop (usually), but since it's folded to you, we need to go ahead and raise this up. 2.5x will do the job at this level, but i'm also fine with 3x.
That's all i'm going to review right now, you probably need to read up on some strategy books or something, anything really. Reviewing games helps a ton, but you need to have some sort of background in solid fundimentals first.