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winneronline

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Hand 1
*****

party poker - No Limit Hold'em Cash Game - $0.10/$0.25 Blinds - 6 Players - (LegoPoker Hand History Converter)

SB: $32.77
BB: $24.86
UTG: $40.94
MP: $34.29
Hero (CO): $25.00
BTN: $16.11

Preflop: Hero is dealt K
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Q
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(6 Players)
2 folds, Hero raises to $1.00, BTN folds, SB raises to $1.75, BB folds, Hero calls $0.75

Flop: ($3.75) 6
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3
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4
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(2 Players)
SB checks, Hero checks

Turn: ($3.75) K
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(2 Players)
SB bets $1.75, Hero calls $1.75

River: ($7.25) T
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(2 Players)
SB bets $4.00, Hero calls $4.00

Pot Size: $15.25 ($0.76 Rake)

SB had K
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K
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(three of a kind, Kings) and WON (+$6.99)

Hero had K
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Q
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(a pair of Kings) and LOST (-$7.50)


Ok, here SB is 66/4 but in only 24 hands. After his reraise ( always thinking of the 25$ level ) do we put him in a very limited range? KK+ only perhaps? Let's say we put him in TT+,AK. I try to find out if the river call is right or not. Taking into account this range my equity on the turn is 48% and on the river only 33%. So is it Ok to call the turn bet and fold on the river if a T+ card falls ( as it happened) ?


Hand 2
*******

Party Poker - No Limit Hold'em Cash Game - $0.10/$0.25 Blinds - 5 Players - (LegoPoker Hand History Converter)

SB: $24.75
Hero (BB): $27.84
UTG: $56.07
CO: $29.42
BTN: $25.00

Preflop: Hero is dealt T
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A
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(5 Players)
2 folds, BTN raises to $0.70, SB folds, Hero raises to $2.35, BTN calls $1.65
Uncalled bet of $0.00 returned to Hero

Flop: ($4.80) 8
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4
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9
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(2 Players)
Hero bets $3.15, BTN raises to $7.00, Hero raises all-in to $25.49, BTN calls all-in for $15.65
Uncalled bet of $2.84 returned to Hero

Turn: ($50.10) 3
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(2 Players - 2 All-In)

River: ($50.10) 4
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(2 Players - 2 All-In)

Pot Size: $50.10 ($2 Rake)

BTN had 6
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6
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(two pairs, Sixes and Fours) and WON (+$23.10)

Hero had T
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A
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(a pair of Fours) and LOST (-$25.00)


This guy is 42/30 and stealing the blinds almost 50%. I restole him a few hands before this so I believe this time his range could be 30+%. Is it out of the question to raise him all in after his minraise on the flop? Regarding his range and ours we have almost 48% equity on this flop. After the minraise we can definetely win a bluff or push him out of a better hand.
 
ChuckTs

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First off, don't post results. It ruins the analysis because people's replies are now influenced by the results.

Hand 1
*****

Party Poker - No Limit Hold'em Cash Game - $0.10/$0.25 Blinds - 6 Players - (LegoPoker Hand History Converter)

SB: $32.77
BB: $24.86
UTG: $40.94
MP: $34.29
Hero (CO): $25.00
BTN: $16.11

Preflop: Hero is dealt K
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Q
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(6 Players)
2 folds, Hero raises to $1.00, BTN folds, SB raises to $1.75, BB folds, Hero calls $0.75

You should probably be folding here. As played after the flop, you played it fine, but PF is a toss for me against a player who's only 3betting with a very tight range.

Flop: ($3.75) 6
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3
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4
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(2 Players)
SB checks, Hero checks

Turn: ($3.75) K
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(2 Players)
SB bets $1.75, Hero calls $1.75

River: ($7.25) T
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(2 Players)
SB bets $4.00, Hero calls $4.00

Pot Size: $15.25 ($0.76 Rake)

SB had K
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K
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(three of a kind, Kings) and WON (+$6.99)

Hero had K
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Q
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(a pair of Kings) and LOST (-$7.50)


Ok, here SB is 66/4 but in only 24 hands. After his reraise ( always thinking of the 25$ level ) do we put him in a very limited range? KK+ only perhaps? Let's say we put him in TT+,AK. I try to find out if the river call is right or not. Taking into account this range my equity on the turn is 48% and on the river only 33%. So is it Ok to call the turn bet and fold on the river if a T+ card falls ( as it happened) ?


Hand 2
*******

Party Poker - No Limit Hold'em Cash Game - $0.10/$0.25 Blinds - 5 Players - (LegoPoker Hand History Converter)

SB: $24.75
Hero (BB): $27.84
UTG: $56.07
CO: $29.42
BTN: $25.00

Preflop: Hero is dealt T
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A
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(5 Players)
2 folds, BTN raises to $0.70, SB folds, Hero raises to $2.35, BTN calls $1.65
Uncalled bet of $0.00 returned to Hero

Flop: ($4.80) 8
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4
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9
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(2 Players)
Hero bets $3.15, BTN raises to $7.00, Hero raises all-in to $25.49, BTN calls all-in for $15.65
Uncalled bet of $2.84 returned to Hero

Push is really bad. He's a loose player, and he's minraising with what's most probably a medium pair. Could also be JJ which would have you drawing very slim.

Turn: ($50.10) 3
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(2 Players - 2 All-In)

River: ($50.10) 4
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(2 Players - 2 All-In)

Pot Size: $50.10 ($2 Rake)

BTN had 6
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6
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(two pairs, Sixes and Fours) and WON (+$23.10)

Hero had T
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A
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(a pair of Fours) and LOST (-$25.00)


This guy is 42/30 and stealing the blinds almost 50%. I restole him a few hands before this so I believe this time his range could be 30+%. Is it out of the question to raise him all in after his minraise on the flop? Regarding his range and ours we have almost 48% equity on this flop. After the minraise we can definetely win a bluff or push him out of a better hand.

You say this right after a hand where he calls with 66 :eek: The only things we're pushing out are AJ+, but those won't make a flop minraise.
 
winneronline

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Ok. I thought that writing results in different color would help. I ll not post them at all from now on.
 
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Hand #1 I'd fold on the turn without at least 2 pair or an open ended straight draw cuz I'd put him on about AK.

Hand #2 I'd never re-raise all-in here as I find tricky plays like this lose more money online than a solid approach as people seem to be more inclined to call this type of thing. I'd only do this if I had a VERY good read on my opponent/had been playin with him for quite a while. I'd continuation bet but after I got raised I'd be done with this hand.
 
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