- Nov 10, 2005
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Take a look and see what you think of my play & my thoughts:
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Well, I didn't like being between a "$ bag" and the aggro guy behind me. It seems my C-bets have been getting picked off a lot lately. I guess that's pretty weak-tight thinking. I'm not sure how to get my head around the fact that I should C-bet even though the guy behind me is aggro.you checked a lot of flops when you missed and didn't continuation bet on dry boards. If you raise AQ preflop and the board is something like 883 or whatever it was then you should continuation bet that, the board is really really dry no reason not to C-bet it.
Yes. I have that problem.stormswa said:I found that you became very readable about 15 minutes into your sitting,
I believe that is because I had better reads on my opponents.stormswa said:at end of video you became more aggressive.
I agree that I should have bet the turn. The flop call was my attempt at a LAG move, but I know I should have raised there. But you have to admit that I read that guy perfectly.stormswa said:The call with Q9 on the flop was pretty bad also unless you planned on floating him and if you were floating you should of bet the turn when he checks it to you. That is the perfect time to put in a bet because it looks like you were just cold calling a pair there. If I was that dude I would of raised your bet on the river with any 2.
Hey, the truth helps in this situation. Thank you.stormswa said:Again I like you so this is hard to write but thought I wouldn't be a good poster if I didn't.