KK with late postion caller...can I get away from this?

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Aleeki

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Villian was about 31/0/2 over a small sample around 25 hands. No specific reads and this is i believe the first time we have tangled....

Should I be slowing down on the turn after being called on the flop?

What should be going through my head and what questions should I be asking myself?


pokerstars Game #16429026949: Hold'em No Limit ($0.25/$0.50) - 2008/04/02 - 06:10:38 (ET)
Table 'Calpurnia' 9-max Seat #2 is the button
Seat 1: grémeul ($68.90 in chips)
Seat 2: Aleeki ($54.15 in chips)
Seat 3: Funkychaps ($23.95 in chips)
Seat 4: malacka001 ($77.50 in chips)
Seat 5: boerik555 ($34.85 in chips)
Seat 6: Issam 13 ($48.50 in chips)
Seat 7: COQUILLO ($33.40 in chips)
Seat 8: Kiweqa ($13.10 in chips)
Seat 9: Gondogar ($10.20 in chips)
Funkychaps: posts small blind $0.25
malacka001: posts big blind $0.50
Gondogar: posts big blind $0.50
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Aleeki [Kc Ks]
boerik555: folds
Issam 13: folds
COQUILLO: calls $0.50
Kiweqa: folds
Gondogar: checks
grémeul: folds
Aleeki: raises $2.50 to $3
grémeul leaves the table
Funkychaps: calls $2.75
malacka001: folds
COQUILLO: folds
Gondogar: folds
*** FLOP *** [8h 7c Qd]
Funkychaps: bets $3
Aleeki: raises $5.50 to $8.50
Funkychaps: calls $5.50
*** TURN *** [8h 7c Qd] [4h]
Schumi80 joins the table at seat #1
Funkychaps: checks
Aleeki: bets $13
Funkychaps: calls $12.45 and is all-in
*** RIVER *** [8h 7c Qd 4h] [9h]
 
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shinedown.45

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You will not get a proper response to this hand because most answers you receive here will be results oriented.
Next time leave the results of the hand out of HH.
 
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Aleeki

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Thanks for the tip....

I have edited now for anyone else looking at this for the first time.
 
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Only thing you did wrong here was raise too little on the flop. Against this type of player you're getting your money in every time considering his stack size. If we're both fully stacked or deeper then we might excercize some pot control on the turn but you played that fine.

Please use a converter and hide the results next time.
 
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feitr

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It would be pretty funny if he hit a backdoor flush or gutshot straight on the river, but i can't see that happening. If he flopped a set, then you should have checked turn. His lead out on the flop makes me think he probably had 7s or 8s (or 78...but that is a loose pf call even for him), then he just checked the turn because he knew you would bet. I can't see how he could be leading out/calling with a gutshot on the flop. But the post title kinda makes it hard not to respond with a results oriented post (as i presume you lose the hand).

I think i would check turn here since the board isn't overally drawy and like i said the flop/turn play would just be too bizzare (i would hope at least) to be on any draw...you've got to wonder why he would lead out when you raised PF and then why the hell would he call your reraise unless he had some sort of (non-drawing) hand.

Actually nvm just looked at stack sizes and yea if the last 12$ wasn't going in on the turn it was going in on the river so it was played alright.
 
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