$5.50 NLHE MTT: $$5.50 NLHE MTT: any thoughts about this hand? anyone?

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pokerstars Hand #230156652588: Tournament #3269368353, $4.90+$0.60 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level X (200/400) - 2021/09/26 15:40:49 ET
Table '3269368353 1060' 9-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: GermanKyiv (7976 in chips)
Seat 2: Fnatte (11079 in chips)
Seat 3: carlo35868 (11010 in chips)
Seat 4: nlru (38461 in chips)
Seat 5: 44Albo44 (32043 in chips)
Seat 6: GunM3tal (40658 in chips)
Seat 7: poornanny (14127 in chips)
Seat 8: chess1000 (18065 in chips)
Seat 9: Jikatapz (5792 in chips)
GermanKyiv: posts the ante 40
Fnatte: posts the ante 40
carlo35868: posts the ante 40
nlru: posts the ante 40
44Albo44: posts the ante 40
GunM3tal: posts the ante 40
poornanny: posts the ante 40
chess1000: posts the ante 40
Jikatapz: posts the ante 40
Fnatte: posts small blind 200
carlo35868: posts big blind 400
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to carlo35868 [9h 8d]
nlru: folds
44Albo44: folds
GunM3tal: folds
poornanny: folds
chess1000: folds
Jikatapz: folds
GermanKyiv: raises 400 to 800
Fnatte: folds
carlo35868: calls 400
*** FLOP *** [Jd 9c 8h]
carlo35868: bets 1080
GermanKyiv: raises 6056 to 7136 and is all-in
carlo35868: calls 6056
*** TURN *** [Jd 9c 8h] A♠
*** RIVER *** [Jd 9c 8h As] Q♦
*** SHOW DOWN ***
carlo35868: shows [9h 8d] (two pair, Nines and Eights)
GermanKyiv: shows [Ad Td] (a straight, Eight to Queen)
GermanKyiv collected 16432 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 16432 | Rake 0
Board [Jd 9c 8h As Qd]
Seat 1: GermanKyiv (button) showed [Ad Td] and won (16432) with a straight, Eight to Queen
Seat 2: Fnatte (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 3: carlo35868 (big blind) showed [9h 8d] and lost with two pair, Nines and Eights
Seat 4: nlru folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5: 44Albo44 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 6: GunM3tal folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 7: poornanny folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 8: chess1000 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 9: Jikatapz folded before Flop (didn't bet)



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The usual, weak two pair on the flop gets beat by the river. It would be poker except for the weird jam on the flop by the villain.
 
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Please use the free hand converter here on CC next time. Unconverted hand histories are way to long and almost unreadable. I did it for you, and this is what, it looks like when converted:

PokerStars, $4.90 + $0.60 - Hold'em No Limit - 200/400 (40 ante) - 9 players
Hand delivered by CardsChat - https://www.cardschat.com/hand-converter.php

UTG: 38,461 (96 bb)
UTG+1: 32,043 (80 bb)
MP: 40,658 (102 bb)
MP+1: 14,127 (35 bb)
LP: 18,065 (45 bb)
CO: 5,792 (14 bb)
BU: 7,976 (20 bb)
SB: 11,079 (28 bb)
BB (Hero): 11,010 (28 bb)

Pre-Flop: (960) Hero is BB with 9♥ 8♦
6 players fold, BTN raises to 800, 1 fold, Hero calls 400

Flop: (2,160) J♦ 9♣ 8♥ (2 players)
Hero bets 1,080, BTN raises to 7,136 (all-in), Hero calls 6,056

Turn: (16,432) A♠ (2 players, 1 all-in)

River: (16,432) Q♦ (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: 16,432

Showdown:
BU shows A♦ T♦ (a straight, Eight to Queen)
(equity - Pre-Flop: 65%, Flop: 33%, Turn: 36%, River: 100%)

BB (Hero) shows 9♥ 8♦ (two pair, Nines and Eights)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 35%, Flop: 67%, Turn: 64%, River: 0%)

BU wins 16,432

Preflop
Standard defend

Flop
Not entirely loving this lead. While you flopped bottom two, its on a straighty board, and he can definitely have all 16 combos of QT, and maybe even some T7s as well. And he can also have the better two pair like J9 and J8s. So I prefer to take a more standard and defensive line and check-call here, and then make some decisions later.

If the board runs out with a 1-liner to a straight, and you face further pressure, folding bottom two pair is definitely not crazy. As played I guess, you have to call it off, when he jam, and hope you are ahead of a hand like the one, he had, and get your hold. This time he got there. Such is poker.
 
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Please use the free hand converter here on CC next time. Unconverted hand histories are way to long and almost unreadable. I did it for you, and this is what, it looks like when converted:

PokerStars, $4.90 + $0.60 - Hold'em No Limit - 200/400 (40 ante) - 9 players
Hand delivered by CardsChat - https://www.cardschat.com/hand-converter.php

UTG: 38,461 (96 bb)
UTG+1: 32,043 (80 bb)
MP: 40,658 (102 bb)
MP+1: 14,127 (35 bb)
LP: 18,065 (45 bb)
CO: 5,792 (14 bb)
BU: 7,976 (20 bb)
SB: 11,079 (28 bb)
BB (Hero): 11,010 (28 bb)

Pre-Flop: (960) Hero is BB with 9♥ 8♦
6 players fold, BTN raises to 800, 1 fold, Hero calls 400

Flop: (2,160) J♦ 9♣ 8♥ (2 players)
Hero bets 1,080, BTN raises to 7,136 (all-in), Hero calls 6,056

Turn: (16,432) A♠ (2 players, 1 all-in)

River: (16,432) Q♦ (2 players, 1 all-in)

Total pot: 16,432

Showdown:
BU shows A♦ T♦ (a straight, Eight to Queen)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 65%, Flop: 33%, Turn: 36%, River: 100%)

BB (Hero) shows 9♥ 8♦ (two pair, Nines and Eights)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 35%, Flop: 67%, Turn: 64%, River: 0%)

BU wins 16,432

Preflop
Standard defend

Flop
Not entirely loving this lead. While you flopped bottom two, its on a straighty board, and he can definitely have all 16 combos of QT, and maybe even some T7s as well. And he can also have the better two pair like J9 and J8s. So I prefer to take a more standard and defensive line and check-call here, and then make some decisions later.

If the board runs out with a 1-liner to a straight, and you face further pressure, folding bottom two pair is definitely not crazy. As played I guess, you have to call it off, when he jam, and hope you are ahead of a hand like the one, he had, and get your hold. This time he got there. Such is poker.
Oke thanxs for the review! Yes i try to put it in the converter but you need a code or something? Im not so genius with computers
 
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Oke thanxs for the review! Yes i try to put it in the converter but you need a code or something? Im not so genius with computers

You simply copy-past the raw hand history text into the converter. Ctrl C for copy and Ctrl V for paste. Then you choose output "plain text", if you want to show the hand history, or alternatively "replayer", and then post a link to the replay. Its recommended to hide the results, so people get less results oriented when giving advice.

Finally I also recommend selecting "hide player names", since the player names are not really nessesary for analysis. Its better to just have displayed "UTG", "CO" and so on. Its also a courtesy to other players to not share information about their strategy like the fact, this guy overbet jammed a draw on the flop, after you led into him. That is especially a consideration, if you share hands from CC events.
 
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You simply copy-past the raw hand history text into the converter. Ctrl C for copy and Ctrl V for paste. Then you choose output "plain text", if you want to show the hand history, or alternatively "replayer", and then post a link to the replay. Its recommended to hide the results, so people get less results oriented when giving advice.

Finally I also recommend selecting "hide player names", since the player names are not really nessesary for analysis. Its better to just have displayed "UTG", "CO" and so on. Its also a courtesy to other players to not share information about their strategy like the fact, this guy overbet jammed a draw on the flop, after you led into him. That is especially a consideration, if you share hands from CC events.
wow thats a lot my friend. but thanks anyway gonna do my best next time
 
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Not a good donk lead - caused you to have to call off with a 2 pair on a straighty and flushy flop. Villain has about a billion combos that he could be shoving here - any T - and if he's got a straight + flush draw - he has about the entire deck as outs. Ya forced this action by donk leading, and that provides you with zero information, to make a informed and logical call vs his bet.

By the way - what was the prize pool for this tourney?
 
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