- Feb 25, 2016
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Yeah, river check fold alwaysI think you played it perfectly fine. With no information on the player, his range was generally ahead of yours there, but not enough to be folding top pair on such a weak board with the odds he gave you. If you did not hit the river and he triple barrelled, then a fold looks much better.
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What range did you think villain calls preflop and then would bet turn with?
Why did you think villain bet so small on the turn?
What bluffs bet that size?
How often would your player pool barrel on Q774 as a bluff?
What hand is value betting Q774 that we beat?
Is your player pool advanced enough to make that size bluff on the turn?
We see after the hand is over this villain had adjusted bet sizing to their holding. Is this happening regularly in your player pool?
When you flop Q77 why are you checking? Why give free cards to Axs Kxs to hit on the turn vs multiple villains who have position and Axs Kxs could make up a large portion of multi caller ranges?
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What? Try to pay attention to stack sizes also when you play not only to cards and action. Stack sizes should be the first thing you look to when you are opening a hand and you should know what do you do vs each one if they raise or bet or whatever.Push on the turn for what? What a worst hand will pay? 100% it is a bad idea. I think we must fold here. But call look like good idea. I dont know
IMO a bigger size is needed preflop as your hand is essentially a bluff. You min raised and face being OOP post flop if hi jack ,cut off or button call.
With that being said I would have liked to have seen somewhere closer to 2.4k and not give these players such attractive odds there is already over 2 k dead money in there your offering the big blind close to 5-1 assuming everyone else folds. Once there is multiple callers it's even bigger obviously.
your call on the flop is obviously fine not sure about the turn call you've got lucky with only 2 real outs if your putting him on 7x
With his short stack you might of already decided to go the distance but his mistake was not jamming the turn IMO he only really had a pot size bet left and decided on half pot would you have called if he jammed ?
The answer to your question will be found in the previous answer)))What? Try to pay attention to stack sizes also when you play not only to cards and action. Stack sizes should be the first thing you look to when you are opening a hand and you should know what do you do vs each one if they raise or bet or whatever.
Folding that turn ever is bad. Just calling does nothing. Folding on river on that spot ever is sooo bad. Also it's a 2.2 mtt if you think he is only betting a 7 there is so weird..
AQ and KQ and all pairs he must push preflop. I think his range on the turn Q8s-QJs, QTo-QJo, A7x, 79s, 78s, 76s, 75sThe opponent's range is easy to read on the flop. I thought he had an AQ or 7. The whole hand you were behind with a weak kicker. You're lucky he didn't have four of a kind sevens on the flop.
What? What about our bluffs? Our nut range very small, so we cant push any our bluff here. And i think he always fold this hands. So bluff with better hand is a very stupid idea xD
You dont need to worry about ranges or balance, when you are playing a 2$ tournament against someone, who you might never see again. Jamming the turn is better than calling because of his draws. He is not going to put the rest in on the river with a busted draw.
Neither does it make any sort of sense to fold on a blank river, if you call the turn with so little left behind. So if you are behind, you are getting stacked anyway. If your plan was to fold on a blank river, then you should have folded on the turn.
At the end of the day this hand is just a silly spot, that neither you nor the Villain should even have been in. You should have folded preflop, and he should either have folded or jammed given his stack size.