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beardyian

beardyian

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I knew they were loose but this hand was just insane :mad:

There had been raising pre-flop with A3, J2 basically they were dealt cards - they played them.


Game #4338318513: Hold'em NL ($0.50/$1) - 2007/08/20 - 16:15:37 (UK)
Table "Random" Seat 2 is the button.
Seat 1: mrxxxxx ($205.44 in chips)
Seat 2: xxxxyxxxx ($92.92 in chips)
Seat 3: beardy71 ($24.03 in chips)
Seat 4: DANFRUMPS ($129.90 in chips)
Seat 5: Land11 ($237.10 in chips)
Seat 6: jellycz ($99.55 in chips)
beardy71: posts small blind $0.50
DANFRUMPS: posts big blind $1
----- HOLE CARDS -----
dealt to beardy71 [Jd Jc]
Land11: folds
jellycz: folds
mrxxxxx: calls $1
xxxxyxxxx: raises to $5
beardy71: calls $4.50
DANFRUMPS: folds
mrxxxxx: calls $4
----- FLOP ----- [3s 8d 5h]
beardy71: bets $5
mrxxxxx: calls $5
xxxxyxxxx: calls $5
----- TURN ----- [3s 8d 5h][9s]
beardy71: bets $14.03 and is all-in
mrxxxxx: calls $14.03
xxxxyxxxx: folds
----- RIVER ----- [3s 8d 5h 9s][Th]
----- SHOW DOWN -----
beardy71: shows [Jd Jc] (A Pair of Jacks, Ten high)
mrxxxxx: shows [Js 7s] (A Straight, Jack high)
mrxxxxx collected $56.11 from Main pot
----- SUMMARY -----
Total pot $59.06 Main pot $56.11 Rake $2.95
Board [3s 8d 5h 9s Th]
Seat 1: mrxxxxx showed [Js 7s] and won ($56.11) with A Straight, Jack high
Seat 2: xxxxyxxxx (button) folded on the Turn
Seat 3: beardy71 (small blind) showed [Jd Jc] and lost with A Pair of Jacks, Ten high
Seat 4: DANFRUMPS (big blind) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5: Land11 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 6: jellycz folded before Flop (didn't bet)


I especially love the all-in call with nothing - class :rolleyes: :D
 
NineLions

NineLions

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Well, maybe you expect that from a limp/caller preflop.

But Ian, with your stack I'd push the flop. You're OOP but you won't have enough to put pressure on on the turn.
 
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alan1983

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The all-in call was good. It was the previous streets that were bad.

When you pushed, he had straight + flush draw. Any 6, ten, or spade gives him the win.He was 35% to win and its an easy call for 14$
 
ChuckTs

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Yep, reraise preflop, and push the flop. There will be too many scarecards on the flop the majority of the time for you to try and rope-a-dope him.
 
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The all-in call was good. It was the previous streets that were bad.

When you pushed, he had straight + flush draw. Any 6, ten, or spade gives him the win.He was 35% to win and its an easy call for 14$


Agree with above ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. odds are correct for the call on the river.

That said he had no business at all being in this pot or calling the flop. Just one of those players that never folds soooooted cards PF. I really can't understand what he's hoping for calling the $5 flop bet. Even if he's getting 4 to 1 on it all he has is a backdoor straight and flush, and 1 overcard.
 
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