WCOOP Sunday Million, bluffing with blocker isn't good enough?
Hola! I satellited in this one. My normal avg bin is ~5$.
The CO was solid guy (18/15 stats) he had been opening LP a lot.
The SB guy was tightish. I folded to his 3bet about 3 orbits ago.
I had a tight image in this table, although the table saw me raise from BB with K4o vs SB limper (we went to showdown)
, $215 Buy-in (150/300 blinds, 40 ante) No Limit Hold'em Tournament, 9 Players
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So was my play too optimistic on river? I should really just fold on the flop, BUT I felt that my stab looked weak and he made the CR big because of that.
So I float, I think he is only repping 22 and 77 here. So I thought I'll call because he could have any FD or a total bluff/overs.
I like his small size on the turn. I call now because of the good odds
, I have NFD, 2nd pair top kicker, plus A is an overcard. Is flop call bad, turn standard?
I decided to shove the river when checked to, I read he doesn't have a flush.
I even took 12 seconds before doing that so it should look less like a crazy bluff. His hand surely looks like 77/22 there but MAYBE I could still make him fold those, I think my story of having a flush looks believable.
Maybe I was too happy about the Ad blocker. I also thougt the pair of eights blocks something...well he would never have set of eights there.
And could I appear stronger betting exactly half pot? leaving 2k behind.
Or like 7k?
One more point: Is it stupid to bluff like 2 hours into Sunday Million like this vs okay player when there's money to be won with easier ways from the fish?
Help me with this I'm still an amateur thanks