[0.02-0.05] TT BB

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feydreva

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Stacks:
* SB with $10.73
* BB with $3.33
* UTG with $1.00
* UTG+1 with $4.93
* MP1 with $9.91
* MP2 with $6.69
* MP3 with $9.48
* CO with $5.59
* BTN with $12.16

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Blinds: $0.00/$0.00
Site: pokerstars
* * Dealt to BB:T♠ T♥
* * Sklansky group 2
Preflop:
* * 3 players fold.
* * MP2 calls [$0.05]
* * 2 players fold.
* * BTN raises $0.10 to $0.15
* * 1 players fold.
* * Hero calls [$0.10]
* * MP2 calls [$0.10]
* * Total folds this street: 6
* * Potsize: $0.47
Flop:
* * J♦ J♥ 3♥
* * Hero bets [$0.30]
* * 1 players fold.
* * BTN calls [$0.30]
* * Total folds this street: 1
* * Potsize: $1.07
Turn:
* * Q♠
* * Hero bets [$0.40]
* * BTN raises $0.55 to $0.95
* * Hero calls [$0.55]
* * Potsize: $2.97
River:
* * K♥
* * Hero: checks
* * BTN bets [$1.55]

What should I do here ???

Did I play the beggening of the hand ok or not ?


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pantin007

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the call preflop is ok, the bet on the flop is not bad but without any reads on villian, im folding to his reraise on the turn, it may be a small one but too much hands beat us there and well im definetly folding the river when that K comes out
 
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You have to stop and ask yourself on both the flop and turn, "what is my opponent doing this with?". The call on the flop can be a lot of things - ace high, QQ-AA, Jx, 99-22, absolutely nothing...usually he'll have a pair or better though. The turn he's either making a very aggressive and unlikely bluff raise, or he's got a hand (Jx or Qx). Fold the turn.
 
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hello to everyone @ caedchats again! on the river i personally would fold too many hands that can beat you, but the river is all about gut and sometimes you have to go with it.
 
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Thank you for all your answers :)

after replaying the hand, I think also I should have fold on the flop or turn, specially after his re-raise on the turn.

It s harder to think and see things while in the game :)
 
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With one limper, the button can be making it $.15 (3bb) with a *lot* of hands.

I'd re-raise pre-flop, to define the button's hand and maybe take the pot down without a flop. Really, you're ahead everything but the 4 overpairs. And you'll have the chance to chase him off with a continuation bet if any face card hits the flop as it'll be a face that missed him 2/3 of the time.

I'm also not fond of your stack size but with a low bankroll, in the lower micro limits, playing a short stack game is probably OK. It's how I moved up.
 
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