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tenbob

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Fully deserved, should have backed off this at the turn, that what chatting and playing poker does. In fairness i gave him credit for a big ace pre flop.

Game #1076111480 - $1/$2 Texas Hold'em - 2005/11/07-19:50:23.8 (CST)
Table "Taboga (Turbo5)" (real money) -- Seat 4 is the button
Seat 1: bluejonty ($33.00 in chips)
Seat 2: farmercotton ($41.00 in chips)
Seat 3: JimDoggy ($15.00 in chips)
Seat 4: Andres_98 ($20.75 in chips)
Seat 5: tenbob ($50.25 in chips)
tenbob : Post Small Blind ($0.50)
bluejonty: Post Big Blind ($1)
Dealt to tenbob [ Ac ]
Dealt to tenbob [ Ad ]
farmercotton: Fold
JimDoggy: Fold
Andres_98: Raise ($2)
tenbob : Raise ($2.50)
bluejonty: Call ($2)
Andres_98: Call ($1)
*** FLOP *** : [ 8d 4s 7d ]
tenbob : Bet ($1)
bluejonty: Call ($1)
Andres_98: Raise ($2)
tenbob : Raise ($2)
bluejonty: Fold
Andres_98: Raise ($2)
tenbob : Call ($1)
*** TURN *** : [ 8d 4s 7d ] [ 4c ]
tenbob : Bet ($2)
Andres_98: Raise ($4)
tenbob : Raise ($4)
Andres_98: Raise ($4)
tenbob : Call ($2)
*** RIVER *** : [ 8d 4s 7d 4c ] [ 8c ]
tenbob : Bet ($2)
Andres_98: Raise ($4)
tenbob : Raise ($4)
Andres_98: Call All-in ($1.75)
*** SUMMARY ***
Pot: $44.50 | Rake: $1
Board: [ 8d 4s 7d 4c 8c ]
bluejonty lost $4 (folded)
farmercotton didn't bet (folded)
JimDoggy didn't bet (folded)
Andres_98 bet $20.75, collected $44.50, net +$23.75 (showed hand) [ 6c 5s ] (a
straight, four to eight)
tenbob bet $21, collected $0.25, net -$20.75 (showed hand) [ Ac Ad ] (two pair, aces
and eights)
 
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:eek: Why would he (Andres_98) raise with 6, 5 unsuited? He was lucky he flopped a nut straight. I wonder if he would have chased straight draw? I thought for sure somebody had an 8 or a 4 when I was reading this.
 
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Tough hand.

Raise more preflop. Why are you only betting $1 post flop??? This is a HUGE mistake. 95% of the time you are WAY ahead here and cheap cards hurt you. So what, this time he flopped the straight, if he had flopped an open-ended draw, you weak $1 bet gives him amazing odds to catch up and hit.

His min-raise on the flop doesn't mean that much as a lot of players do this with hands like A8, K8, 99-JJ, etc.

Again, your turn bet is WAY too small. His min-raise on the turn tells you something now and you need to consider possible hand. A4 is an option or of course 65. I hate your turn min re-raise...this play is just bad.
 
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Chicubs i capped the betting the WHOLE way, it was a $1-$2 limit game.
Nothing much more i could have done, it was expensive as it gets for him to play.
 
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t1riel said:
Why would he (Andres_98) raise with 6, 5 unsuited?

Err, ever hear of blind stealing? ;)

chicubs1616 said:
Tough hand.

Raise more preflop. Why are you only betting $1 post flop???

Err, ever hear of limit holdem? ;)

(sorry, couldn't resist that)

After the capped flop I check/call this down, more in fear of a set than the straight.
 
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Dorkus Malorkus said:
After the capped flop I check/call this down, more in fear of a set than the straight.

Well thats what i should have done, but hmmmm that what the title is about !!;)
 
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