so... what does he have?

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Not a particularly special hand or anything..just curious what you guys would put him on.

pokerstars Game #16920631767: Hold'em No Limit ($0.10/$0.25) - 2008/04/22 - 17:20:54 (ET)
Table 'Tietjen' 9-max Seat #6 is the button
Seat 1: dani_pl2 ($45.45 in chips)
Seat 2: delgados ($61.80 in chips)
Seat 3: Asta92 ($52.05 in chips)
Seat 4: turquoise ($23.20 in chips)
Seat 5: rickbone69 ($38.15 in chips)
Seat 6: waterrat946 ($22.95 in chips)
Seat 7: Tygran37 ($25 in chips)
Seat 8: ethanrayrose ($10 in chips)
Seat 9: k030101 ($25.50 in chips)
Tygran37: posts small blind $0.10
ethanrayrose: posts big blind $0.25
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Tygran37 [9s Qs]
k030101: folds
dani_pl2: folds
delgados: folds
Asta92: folds
turquoise: folds
rickbone69: calls $0.25
waterrat946: calls $0.25
Tygran37: calls $0.15
ethanrayrose: checks
*** FLOP *** [7s Jc Ks]
Tygran37: checks
ethanrayrose: checks
rickbone69: bets $0.25
waterrat946: folds
Tygran37: calls $0.25
ethanrayrose: folds
*** TURN *** [7s Jc Ks] 6♦
Tygran37: checks
rickbone69: bets $0.25
Tygran37: calls $0.25
*** RIVER *** [7s Jc Ks 6d] Q♦
Tygran37: checks
rickbone69: bets $0.50
Tygran37: calls $0.50
*** SHOW DOWN ***
 
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Preflop he called at the CO. After the flop he bet mid position, a small bet for the pot size,...not enough to take the drawing odds away, My guess would be he had a pair preflop smaller than the K or J, or he has a J with 9 or 10 offsuit. Any info on the player ?
 
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77 and he thinks he's getting value as long as a spade doesn't hit.
 
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Busted flush draw, or a weak jack like JT would be my guess.
 
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Im guessing he has a Jack, most likely J10 or worse.
 
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4 hands not played, Hmmm. That means he was on the BB, SB and Button but didn't play any of those, positions with the best pot odds to call and the best position on the button. Either fairly tight, or a newbie that doesn't understand the significance of these positions. What has me a little perplexed is that if he had a pair of jacks than the queen on the river should be a scare card,..but he doubles the bet on the river compared to the flop and turn. If I could sharkscope him,..I would put a good experienced player on K 10 or worse kicker and an inexperienced or tight player would have K Q or even the beginners hand K J, with the inexperience explaining why he didn't bet more to take the flush or straight draws away.
 
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I just found this hand extremely amusing.

He flipped over KK for top set.

Like I said nothing special here just thought it was funny more than anything.
 
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Ok so he had a set and was afraid of the flush draw and thought he was getting value out of the hand. If the flush had hit he would have been saying to himself 'I knew it, glad I didn't bet a lot.' See it ALL the time at these stakes.
 
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Darn ! Only got 1 card right-with 4 people to act after him,...with both the flush and straight draws possible after the flop he is taking a chance just slim value betting after the flop considering he has the flop nuts. With the turn and river to come, you alone were 25ish% to crack him. Oh well, I guess thats why we see so many posts of people complaining that their sets keep gettings cracked.
 
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was afraid of the flush draw and thought he was getting value out of the hand.

he is taking a chance just slim value betting after the flop considering he has the flop nuts. With the turn and river to come, you alone were 25ish% to crack him.
No, you guys are both wrong. This player is an idiot, and that's pretty much all there is to it. And for what it's worth, if the flush had hit, and Tygran had shoved all his chips in, he was calling.

I see this kind of "weak-tight/gee I hope he doesn't fold/I only play limit" type of betting all the time at 1c-2c NL.
 
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No, you guys are both wrong. This player is an idiot, and that's pretty much all there is to it. And for what it's worth, if the flush had hit, and Tygran had shoved all his chips in, he was calling.

I see this kind of "weak-tight/gee I hope he doesn't fold/I only play limit" type of betting all the time at 1c-2c NL.


Yeah this is exactly right. I'd be surprised if he didn't call had i shoved a made flush.
 
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