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so this is my 1st cardschat freeroll on Acr
end result was great but should i lead on any street?
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October 14th, 2020 10:07 PM
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Moved your post into its own thread in Tournament Hand Analysis. Personally, I like the checked flop/call. I think maybe on the turn a smallish bet, but who knows, that may have set villain off the hand, rather than shove his small pair.
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You played this hand well. No reason to bet the flop here as you dominate the board. There was no 3 bet to you so unless someone has 1010 or JJ (which is possible that they dont 3 bet and nothing wrong with not 3 betting there pre ante in my opinion) no one has an overpair. Knowing this and with the good fortune there are two hearts on the board you should check here and hope someone bets. They do and no reason to raise now, just call and hope for another street of value. Turn should be another check by you since villain bet flop and you still dominate the board. The bet by villain is not a good bet no matter what they have as even if they have JJ or 33 why would they want you to fold so I dont get it from their view but its great for you and without saying it is an easy call. Nice way to play the hand and let others make mistakes.
Its quite difficult to hit on a board like 993, so its never a board, where you want to blast it. Even if you are bluffing, a small bet size will get the job done. When you hold 99, it is of course impossible for someone to have trips, so their range is very capped. You can also not get outdrawn, so slowplaying out of position is an ok play. It would also be fine to bet small like 1/3 of the pot to induce a light call or maybe even a raise. Not quite sure what the opponent was doing with 22 but hey its a freeroll
The check/call is a great way to see what the villain may have. A small raise after a check by the villain can win a nice pot, too! Good luck with your game and may you have many happy returns.
Originally Posted by Tammy
... Personally, I like the checked flop/call. I think maybe on the turn a smallish bet, but who knows, that may have set villain off the hand, rather than shove his small pair.
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