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Game # 119182909: Texas Holdem No Limit ($0.50/$1) 07/13/2006 21:11:18
Table "Union Square" (real money) Seat 2 is the button

Seat 1: Julytuna ($34.40)
Seat 2: ~*Cue*~ ($89.87) [button]
Seat 3: pkrmstr ($104.75)
Seat 4: grindrx ($81.45)
Seat 6: Shortstacked ($58.25)
Seat 9: MR MAGICMAN ($161.03)
pkrmstr: posts small blind $0.50
grindrx: posts big blind $1

>>> HOLE CARDS <<<
Dealt to Shortstacked [As Kd]
Shortstacked: calls $1 hit the wrong buttonwanted to raise
MR MAGICMAN: folds
Julytuna: folds
~*Cue*~: folds
pkrmstr: folds
grindrx: raises $2.50 to $3.50 that works
Shortstacked: calls $2.50

>>> FLOP <<< [Tc 6d 8s] bad flop
grindrx: checks
Shortstacked: checks was thinking about betting here

>>> TURN <<< [Tc 6d 8s] [Ad] good card
grindrx: bets $7.50 I was thinking he had A 10
Shortstacked: calls $7.50 yep smooth call

>>> RIVER <<< [Tc 6d 8s Ad] [9d] hmmmm
grindrx: bets $12 ok perty damn sure he dosnt have the fllush and $12 for info is fin by me
Shortstacked: calls $12

>>> SHOWDOWN <<<
grindrx: shows [Ac Js] (a pair of Aces) ok I was one card off
Shortstacked: shows [As Kd] (a pair of Aces - King kicker)
Shortstacked: collects $44.20 from the pot

>>> SUMMARY <<<
Total pot $46.50.
Rake $2.30
ok talk to me
 
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heres another one from tonight

Game # 119187809: Texas Holdem No Limit ($0.50/$1) 07/13/2006 21:47:14
Table "Union Square" (Real Money) Seat 5 is the button

Seat 1: HouseRules ($37)
Seat 3: HockeyBoy ($14.75)
Seat 4: grindrx ($64.80)
Seat 5: Aaron Esch ($119.35) [button]
Seat 6: Shortstacked ($62.60)
Seat 7: melcher ($122.28)
Seat 8: Gauge ($68)
Seat 9: OrangeFlow ($39.90)
Shortstacked: posts small blind $0.50
melcher: posts big blind $1

>>> HOLE CARDS <<<
Dealt to Shortstacked [Jh Qc]
Gauge: folds
OrangeFlow: folds
HouseRules: folds
HockeyBoy: folds
grindrx: calls $1
Aaron Esch: calls $1
HouseRules: says "HouseRules: Nice Hand!"
Shortstacked: calls $0.50
melcher: checks

>>> FLOP <<< [4c 9d Tc]
OrangeFlow: says "OrangeFlow: Thank You!"
Shortstacked: bets $2
melcher: raises $4 to $6
grindrx: folds
Aaron Esch: folds
Shortstacked: calls $4

>>> TURN <<< [4c 9d Tc] [Kh]
Shortstacked: bets $4
melcher: raises $8 to $12
Shortstacked: raises $43.60 to $55.60 and is all-in
OrangeFlow: says "OrangeFlow: figured all ups and if rags flop
.....then im
ahead"
HouseRules: says "HouseRules: indeed"
melcher: calls $43.60

>>> RIVER <<< [4c 9d Tc Kh] [5s]

>>> SHOWDOWN <<<
Shortstacked: shows [Jh Qc] (a King high straight)
melcher: shows [Td Ks] (two pairs, Kings and Tens)
Shortstacked: collects $124.20 from the pot

>>> SUMMARY <<<
Total pot $127.20.
Rake $3
 
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>>> TURN <<< [Tc 6d 8s] A♦ good card
grindrx: bets $7.50 I was thinking he had A 10
Shortstacked: calls $7.50 yep smooth call

Then why are you calling with AK? I'm thinking this is a typo?

2nd hand; nicely played, but bet at least half the pot on the turn. If he's gonna call, you want him to call a decent amount; luckily he hit his 2 pair and decided to raise you instead of just calling down or folding what could have been just a pair of tens.
 
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Then why are you calling with AK? I'm thinking this is a typo?
im pre flop or the flop?
pre flop I was multi-tabling and when I clicked over I hit call, I wanted to raise
and on the flop, I wasthinking he had A/10 and was worried about it thats why i didnt reraise,
note he was a tight player and played alot of Ace face and high pocket pairs
 
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So you were prepared to call a 3rd of your stack down on the turn & river, without knowing where you were in the hand? Besides that you put him on a hand and still called him down? If you think he has 2 pair, then your spending $7.50 on 3 outs......

Nice with the 2nd hand though!
 
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And it's "let's" not lets, and "hear" not here. The "it" you got right.
 
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Vintage82 said:
Good mood today Rob? ;)
Yes actually, last day ever in my job, my birthday, and off to Bulgaria for a week this evening! Only slightly tarnished by witnessing poor grammar and sloppy spelling.:eek:
 
Dorkus Malorkus

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*Looks at calendar*

You share a birthday with yer bestest friend IrishDave, Rob. Happy birthday!

Edit: As a birtday present to you, I've changed the thread title. :eek:

Ok, on topic... >.>

Hand 1 - Raise the turn, definitely. An argument could be made for betting the flop, but I don't necessarily dislike checking behind.

Hand 2 - I think this is a fold on the flop, but implied odds might say otherwise. Otherwise fine.
 
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36 ROB !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Im starting to feel young again :)

Happy birthday, enjoy the holiday.
 
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>>> FLOP <<< [Tc 6d 8s] bad flop
grindrx: checks
Shortstacked: checks was thinking about betting here

-Yeah, I definitely would have madea decent sized bet here. You still need to represent a strong hand.


>>> TURN <<< [Tc 6d 8s] A♦ good card
grindrx: bets $7.50 I was thinking he had A 10
Shortstacked: calls $7.50 yep smooth call

-Raise, damn it! YOu got the card you want and there are two diamonds on the board!


Thankfully, you won the pot, Just keep this in mind next time.
 
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In the first hand I'd be raising the turn and the river. You are missing some value here.

Second hand, the raise is a bit stiff and you may lose guys with TPTK here. Not too many guys lay down two pair though so you got lucky.
 
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Hey Rob, I didn't know you were a builder as well as a financial adviser.
Have fun in Bulgaria
 
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Yes my friend, this could well be correct if I decided to play them ALL at once,:)
 
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hmmmmmmmmmm thanks for all the post that have absolutey nothing to do with this topic, I feel that they have sharpened my poker skills
 
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I think it started about the same time as grammar was mentioned, unfortunately thats the way it goes around here sometimes unless healthy intervention shines though.
 
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