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scragbag

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Did i bet too much on the river to expect a call? I put my OPPONENT on the flush draw, was his bet on the river a complete bluff? Or did i signal FULL HOUSE with the large raise?

Stacks:
- Doogle0 with $33.25 - Andethegreat with $76.60 - team_leggo with $19.80 - Scragbag with $60.70 - catatccu with $33.70 - si_willy with $5.90

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Blinds: $0.00/$0.00
Site: full tilt poker
Dealt to Scragbag:
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* - Sklansky group 1
Preflop:
* - doogle0 calls [$0.30]
**- 1 players fold.
scragbag raises to $1.15
**- 2 players fold.
* - doogle0 calls [$0.85]
* - Total folds this street: 3
* - Potsize: $2.75
Flop:
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* - Doogle0 checks scragbag bets [$1.70]
* - doogle0 calls [$1.70]
* - Potsize: $6.15
Turn:
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* - Doogle0 checks scragbag bets [$3]
* - doogle0 calls [$3]
* - Potsize: $12.15
River:
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* - doogle0 bets [$12.15] scragbag raises to $25
**- 1 players fold.
Uncalled bet of $12.85 returned to Scragbag Scragbag wins the pot ($34.65)
* - Total folds this street: 1

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KyleJRM

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Your bet was perfectly fine on the river, it was barely more than a minimum raise. If anything, I would make it bigger.

On the flop and turn, though, you are betting way too small. You are essentially pricing in the flush draw which, if the heart had hit without the full house, you would have seriously regretted. Make them pay bad prices for draws, not good ones.
 
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switch0723

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i think you palyed it perfectly, couldnt have played it better. Although kyle said you should be betting more i disagree. If he has a flush draw he isnt getting the right odds, i dont think he is quite getting 4:1 so therefore you are stringing him along and this will work best in the long run i believe
 
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scragbag

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I feel my bets PF, FLOP AN TURN were ok, i gave him less than 2/1. Maybe if my River raise was to £20 instead of $25 i would have extracted more from him, i've been pondering the hand an it was possible he had the Q all along an over played it
 
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switch0723

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25 was the minimum you could have raised on river wasnt it? thats double the original raise of 12.50. So you gave him maximum odds to call
 
GunslingerZ

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I feel my bets PF, FLOP AN TURN were ok, i gave him less than 2/1.
This is incorrect. On the flop he has to call $1.70 into a $4.45 pot, he is getting odds of 2.6 to 1. On the turn he has to call $3 into a $9.15 pot, he is getting odds of just over 3 to 1. Technically enough to price out a flush draw needing 4:1, but I agree with Kyle, I would bet a little more, make people pay for those draws.

On the river, not only are you required to at least double his bet to almost $25, but it looks like villain only has about $27 left. Might as well push. But essentially you played the river fine.
 
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