the BRUTALNESS of 6 dollar sng's...

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#Game No : 4686976749
***** Hand History for Game 4686976749 *****
NL Texas Hold'em $6 Buy-in Trny:25767041 Level:4 Blinds(100/200) - Saturday, July 08, 23:24:43 ET 2006
Table Table 96838 (real money)
Seat 8 is the button
Total number of players : 4
Seat 1: Chief_Siam ( $3170 )
Seat 3: trd5555 ( $2490 )
Seat 9: DRock420111 ( $8120 )
Seat 8: marcelino777 ( $6220 )
Trny:25767041 Level:4
Blinds(100/200)
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to DRock420111 [ Ac Th ]
trd5555 calls [200].
marcelino777 folds.
DRock420111 raises [400].
Chief_Siam folds.
trd5555 calls [300].
** Dealing Flop ** [ 3d, 4d, 5d ]
DRock420111 bets [800].
trd5555 is all-In [1990]
DRock420111 calls [1190].
** Dealing Turn ** [ Jh ]
** Dealing River ** [ Qd ]
DRock420111 shows [ Ac, Th ] high card ace.
trd5555 shows [ 8h, Ad ] a flush, ace high.
trd5555 wins 5180 chips from the main pot with a flush, ace high.
Game #4686981331 starts


obv flush draw, i instacalled with ace high and was right, of course no justice...



#Game No : 4687012363
***** Hand History for Game 4687012363 *****
NL Texas Hold'em $6 Buy-in Trny:25767041 Level:5 Blinds(200/400) - Saturday, July 08, 23:29:21 ET 2006
Table Table 96838 (Real Money)
Seat 3 is the button
Total number of players : 4
Seat 1: Chief_Siam ( $3370 )
Seat 3: trd5555 ( $2980 )
Seat 9: DRock420111 ( $5630 )
Seat 8: marcelino777 ( $8020 )
Trny:25767041 Level:5
Blinds(200/400)
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to DRock420111 [ 6s 7d ]
Chief_Siam folds.
trd5555 folds.
marcelino777 calls [200].
DRock420111 checks.
** Dealing Flop ** [ 5s, 8s, Tc ]
marcelino777 bets [400].
DRock420111 calls [400].
** Dealing Turn ** [ Ad ]
marcelino777 bets [400].
DRock420111 raises [1200].
marcelino777 calls [800].
** Dealing River ** [ Jh ]
marcelino777 checks.
DRock420111 bets [2000].
marcelino777 calls [2000].
DRock420111 shows [ 6s, 7d ] high card ace.
marcelino777 shows [ Ts, Qs ] a pair of tens.
marcelino777 wins 8000 chips from the main pot with a pair of tens.
Game #4687021739 starts.



pair of tens is OBVIOUSLY good here.... i should have pushed river, what a horrible call by villian?
 
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Like a,10 is a great hand(insert saracasm here) and betting on the turn with a 16% chance of winning .. to think you call it brutality with your wild calls and bets?
 
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I knew the A-10 was good, so i called. "wild calls and bets" I don't really know what to say here except "wow"
 
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How on earth can you 'know' AT was good on the flop, and be able to put your opponent on a flush draw and only a flush draw in hand 1? lol @ instacalling without even thinking about it as well, do you really think a flush draw is all he pushes?

Using the Ace as a bluff card when you will have invariably raised preflop holding an Ace is pretty bad too. If villain is a thinking player, he will be aware of this, and if he's not a thinking player he'll call you with 52o just because he's a donk. Lose-lose situation.

Yeah, respective villains played their hands pretty poorly, but your play was quite bad too.
 
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alright, i knew ace-10 was good because A-10+ is raising preflop, and i dont think villian is limping with a 3,4, or 5, so he either had a flush draw or a straight draw, easy call.


hand 2. I had a OESD so it was more of a semi-bluff, and why would i "invariably" raise preflop with a weak ace?

i don't feel I need to defend my plays, I posted this more to illustrate the horrible plays people make in these.
 
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I dunno man. I just don't think the plays you made are as "obvious" as you suggest they are. Not that you have to justify them, but that in and of itself takes away some of the bite of a "look how some villain was" post.

People sometimes assume that villain plays it wrong when he doesn't fold to hero's "perfectly represented bluff", but other things like hero's table image inevitably affect the chance of success, not to mention villain's level of sophistication. I make it a rule to nearly never bluff in very low stakes games.

As the great Doyle Brunson and other great high stakes players have said [paraphrasing], "boy, I could never win at low limit online Texas Holdem".

No offense intended! I don't think your plays were bad per se, just not "slam dunk anyone-would-do-this" obvious.

Cheers
 
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my table image- i hadn't raised the guy in a pot we were in yet
 
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