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sockerkid008

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Ok so I been working really hard on my bluffing skills lately for about a month and well heres a pretty good one even though, im pretty sure she was just trying to take the pot from me, I thought I had her either way but here it is


full tilt poker Game #2344965563: $6 + $0.50 Sit & Go (Turbo) (17708139), Table 1 - 60/120 - No Limit Hold'em - 19:05:30 ET - 2007/05/03
Seat 4: sockerkid008 (3,245)
Seat 5: Mystic72 (2,205)
Seat 7: BKBaddog (985)
Seat 8: nuggeth (1,425)
Seat 9: PokePlayer86 (5,640)
sockerkid008 posts the small blind of 60
Mystic72 posts the big blind of 120
The button is in seat #3
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to sockerkid008 [6h 6c]
BKBaddog folds
nuggeth folds
PokePlayer86 folds
sockerkid008 calls 60
Mystic72 raises to 350
sockerkid008 calls 230
*** FLOP *** [9d 3s Jd]
sockerkid008 checks
Mystic72 bets 600
sockerkid008 raises to 2,895, and is all in
Mystic72 has 15 seconds left to act
Mystic72 folds
Uncalled bet of 2,295 returned to sockerkid008
sockerkid008 mucks
sockerkid008 wins the pot (1,900)
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 1,900 | Rake 0
Board: [9d 3s Jd]
Seat 4: sockerkid008 (small blind) collected (1,900), mucked
Seat 5: Mystic72 (big blind) folded on the Flop
Seat 7: BKBaddog didn't bet (folded)
Seat 8: nuggeth didn't bet (folded)
Seat 9: PokePlayer86 didn't bet (folded)
 
joosebuck

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do you call an open shove all in here?
 
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Riedel

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Villain had a legitimate hand, and wanted to protect it due to the flushdraw. That's atleast my read of the board/hand. Maybe a KJ or TT.
 
joosebuck

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villians that raise KJ here wont fold most likely.
 
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Riedel

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villians that raise KJ here wont fold most likely.

Hm. Valid point. I'll stick with TT then :)
But I don't think Villain was out to steal the 60 chips from Hero. I'm pretty sure he had Hero beat.
 
joosebuck

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dont put villians on just one hand. put them on a range of hands.
 
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OK. 77-TT (excluding 99), AQs/AKs/AKo. His preflop raise tells me he'd rather have no action. Perhaps he was afraid of overcards in case he held a pocket pair. Or perhaps his hand wasn't made (big ace). The blind levels are low. There's no reason to steal 60 chips from you... so I dont see any reason why you should assume he was on a steal.
 
dj11

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Villians raise here to me says he doesn't have a clue, and thinks aggression is all that one needs. 6x raise means nothing special to me, perhaps A-rag, and he's trying to steal the pot.

Though the all in was a bit dramatic, and could have been disasterous, as bluff go, it was ok.
 
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Villian is usually the other guy
 
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