600NL: Hand with Mistakes

calibanboy

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How many mistakes did the hero make and what where they?
How many mistales did the villian make and what were they?
Who played it worse?

pokerstars No-Limit Hold'em, $6 BB (6 handed) Hand History Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FlopTurnRiver Cards)
Hero ($354)
MP ($114)
CO =#A500AF(Villian)/ ($351.05)
Button ($239.20)
SB ($181)
BB ($724.85)
Preflop: Hero is UTG with
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Hero raises to $18, 1 fold, CO =#A500AF(Villian)/ calls $18, 2 folds, BB calls $12.
Flop: ($57)
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(3 players)
BB checks, Hero bets $18, Villian calls $18, BB folds.
Turn: ($93)
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(2 players)
Hero checks, Villian bets $30, Hero calls $30.
River: ($153)
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(2 players)
Hero bets $100, Villian calls $100.
Final Pot: $353

Hero has Td Qd (full house, tens full of queens).
Villian has Ah Kd (straight, ace high).
Outcome: Hero wins $353.
 
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vanquish

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Raised QT UTG. Didn't bet enough on flop.
 
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Craized

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Called the turn with an obvious straight out there and drawing thin
 
Egon Towst

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What Vanquish and Craized said.

Also, looking at it from Villain`s end, he is much too passive. Had I been he, I would have re-raised pre-flop to isolate the original raiser. I am happy to play AK against a raise with position, but I don`t want Button coming in behind me or BB being priced in.

Villain should also raise on the flop. He has the nuts at this point, and should be looking to grow the pot.

On the same reasoning, why flat-call the turn ? He asked to be outdrawn and was. Very poor play.
 
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What Vanquish and Craized said.

Also, looking at it from Villain`s end, he is much too passive. Had I been he, I would have re-raised pre-flop to isolate the original raiser. I am happy to play AK against a raise with position, but I don`t want Button coming in behind me or BB being priced in.

Villain should also raise on the flop. He has the nuts at this point, and should be looking to grow the pot.

On the same reasoning, why flat-call the turn ? He asked to be outdrawn and was. Very poor play.

Villian didn't flat call turn, he underbet the pot and got called. Don't have anything else to add to the previous comments.
 
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Just realized I misread the first time and thought he bet $100 on the turn, calling $30 wasn't that terrible I guess... Not sure I would of done it, would depend on what reads I have.
 
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As for villain, he played the whole hand weak/passive.
 
calibanboy

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So - what would you put in your notes about each player/?
 
vanquish

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Oh. Biggest mistake: not starting the hand with max buy-in amount.
 
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Oh. Biggest mistake: not starting the hand with max buy-in amount.
Depends, if you think the only one who can outplay you is the BB, you're right to buyin as the second in chips in my opinion. He got the rest more or less covered.
 
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Depends, if you think the only one who can outplay you is the BB, you're right to buyin as the second in chips in my opinion. He got the rest more or less covered.

No, you should have the max so when you get AA and BB gets KK you can make $600 and not whatever the amount hero had.
 
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