Complete $10 rebuy win - entire hand history

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Hello :)

Last night I had a good run in a $10 rebuy and went on to win it.

See here..

https://www.cardschat.com/forum/poker-goals-challenges-wins-46/two-ccers-same-final-table-91324/

I've since had a few requests for the hand histories (as well as requests for vids of a final table at some point). Initially I was a bit concerned about this as I wondered if it would affect my image when playing you chaps and chappesses in CC tournies. Then Tenbob said

"lol @ giving a shit about losing a $10 donkament because you gave away some tips. Worry about your many 1K+++ cashes instead."

Well to be honest the money isn't the issue in tournies versus you lot, it's just a hellavalot of fun. And on reflection the Irish fellow is right.

So here's the complete $10 Rebuy Hand History for whatever you might get from it.

I wasn't playing with public scrutiny in mind and I don't recall every hand so who knows what's in there, but I'd just make a few observations before you have a read (if you have the stomach to plow through).

1) It was a rebuy so the first hour is unusual and on top of that I had an awesome cardrush. I usually play a lot of hands in the first hour but in rebuys I play anything remotely cheap looking to hit a monster and will push coinflips. I don't play the same in freezeouts and wouldn't use this an example for that. If I play a rebuy I do so willing to rebuy as often as necessary.

2) I don't really get in trouble with my stack, so there's not too many difficult decisions to make in the first few hours.

3) I get a huge cardrush just on the bubble of the FT. This helps.

4) I sucked out big with 88 at the FT, I know and I'd make the same play again :)

5) I didn't have to make any big laydowns in this, which is unusual as usually that's key in getting to the end of these things.

6) A lot of my game is based on the condition of the table, my image and my opponents image and the relationship between us. There are probably things in here which I did against one opponent that I would have done differently against another.

So any feedback welcome and I don't expect any of you to respect my raises ever again :)

Highest table starts working down to table 1...

http://www.irexes.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/poker/rebuy-win-hh/table1.txt

http://www.irexes.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/poker/rebuy-win-hh/table2.txt

http://www.irexes.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/poker/rebuy-win-hh/table5.txt

http://www.irexes.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/poker/rebuy-win-hh/table6.txt

http://www.irexes.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/poker/rebuy-win-hh/table9.txt
 
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Cool, Ill have a look after i get back from the Stones sometime next week :)
 
Dorkus Malorkus

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*Looks at first hand*

*Sees Rex is the only person who rebought before the start*

*Looks through first few hands*

Oh my, I need to start playing on Party again, some of that play is hilarious. I adore your valueshove (the players are so bad it really is a valueshove) for like 34968 times the pot with TPTK on a 9 high board.
 
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*Looks at first hand*

*Sees Rex is the only person who rebought before the start*

*Looks through first few hands*

Oh my, I need to start playing on Party again, some of that play is hilarious. I adore your valueshove (the players are so bad it really is a valueshove) for like 34968 times the pot with TPTK on a 9 high board.

ty

Valueshoves in rebuys are my particular joy. It makes me so happy that you appreciate it in all it's glory :)

It was a seriously weak field, should have been me and Ron for the 1,2.
 
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tyvm, Rex.

I had been thinking of asking for something like this from you, Chuck, TB or the likes of you, so this is great.


Also gives me something to do during slow times (like now) at work :)
 
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Everything's pretty wp and standard, save a few hands I didn't like much:

#Game No : 6242758254
***** Hand History for Game 6242758254 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny: 35030804 Level: 3 Blinds(50/100) - Thursday, August 16, 13:57:38 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #9 (real money)
Seat 1 is the button
Total number of players : 9
Seat 1: Idefix777 ( 7,545 )
Seat 2: ellgaard ( 5,220 )
Seat 3: Irexes ( 25,290 )
Seat 4: antonio66 ( 7,330 )
Seat 5: potsybvw ( 6,620 )
Seat 7: ChrisThoJ ( 9,040 )
Seat 8: VJB777 ( 4,500 )
Seat 10: suely111 ( 10,050 )
Seat 6: TIREAGLE ( 3,940 )
Trny: 35030804 Level: 3
Blinds(50/100)
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Ah Js ]
antonio66 folds
potsybvw calls [100]
TIREAGLE folds
ChrisThoJ calls [100]
VJB777 calls [100]
suely111 folds
Idefix777 folds
ellgaard calls [50]
Irexes raises [300]
potsybvw calls [300]
ChrisThoJ calls [300]
VJB777 calls [300]
ellgaard calls [300]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 7c, Kc, 2h ]
ellgaard checks
Irexes bets [1,000]
potsybvw folds
ChrisThoJ folds
VJB777 folds
ellgaard folds
Irexes does not show cards.
Irexes wins 3,000 chips

PF is too small IMO, and c-betting into that many people in the rebuy period just scares me lol


#Game No : 6243056078
***** Hand History for Game 6243056078 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:9 Blinds-Antes(600/1,200 -50) - Thursday, August 16, 15:39:08 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 8
Seat 1: Irexes ( 49,165 )
Seat 4: volk68 ( 55,270 )
Seat 6: bira_lopes ( 222,900 )
Seat 8: eaglenest666 ( 73,180 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 29,830 )
Seat 3: bas76se ( 126,365 )
Seat 7: RiverKing2K ( 76,320 )
Seat 2: choeli ( 34,345 )
Trny:35030804 Level:9
Blinds-Antes(600/1,200 -50)
Irexes posts ante [50]
choeli posts ante [50]
bas76se posts ante [50]
volk68 posts ante [50]
bira_lopes posts ante [50]
RiverKing2K posts ante [50]
eaglenest666 posts ante [50]
speedyyvi posts ante [50]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Jh Td ]
bira_lopes folds
RiverKing2K folds
eaglenest666 folds
speedyyvi calls [1,200]
Irexes calls [1,200]

Don't like the limp; even though stacks are pretty deep, I like raise/fold at this point.

choeli folds
bas76se calls [600]
volk68 checks
** Dealing Flop ** [ 8s, 7h, Kh ]
bas76se bets [8,400]
volk68 folds
speedyyvi folds
Irexes folds
bas76se does not show cards.
bas76se wins 13,600 chips
Game #6243058395 starts.

#Game No : 6243304738
***** Hand History for Game 6243304738 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:13 Blinds-Antes(2,000/4,000 -100) - Thursday, August 16, 16:42:22 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 1 is the button
Total number of players : 10
Seat 1: Ronaldadio ( 137,980 )
Seat 2: essal ( 127,036 )
Seat 3: bas76se ( 173,870 )
Seat 4: THESUN333 ( 52,653 )
Seat 5: antonio66 ( 17,470 )
Seat 6: bira_lopes ( 176,060 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 224,146 )
Seat 8: eaglenest666 ( 60,780 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 117,070 )
Seat 10: smartrader ( 72,435 )
Trny:35030804 Level:13
Blinds-Antes(2,000/4,000 -100)
Ronaldadio posts ante [100]
bas76se posts ante [100]
THESUN333 posts ante [100]
antonio66 posts ante [100]
bira_lopes posts ante [100]
Irexes posts ante [100]
eaglenest666 posts ante [100]
speedyyvi posts ante [100]
smartrader posts ante [100]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Ac Ad ]
Ronaldadio: wp all
Irexes: hey ther ron :)
antonio66 folds
bira_lopes calls [4,000]
Ronaldadio: lo m8
Ronaldadio: lol
Irexes raises [16,000]
eaglenest666 folds
Ronaldadio: didnt know u played here
speedyyvi folds
smartrader folds
Irexes: my spiritual home
Ronaldadio folds
bas76se folds
THESUN333 folds
bira_lopes is all-In [171,960]
Irexes calls [159,960]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 7h, 9c, 3c ]
** Dealing Turn ** [ Jh ]
** Dealing River ** [ 8c ]
Ronaldadio: I can`t stick 2 one site
Irexes shows [ Ac, Ad ]a pair of Aces.
bira_lopes shows [ 5d, 5h ]a pair of Fives.
Irexes wins 358,820 chips from the main pot with a pair of Aces.
Player bira_lopes finished in 10 place and received $79.87 USD
Game #6243307593 starts.

Awesome.

#Game No : 6243114586
***** Hand History for Game 6243114586 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:10 Blinds-Antes(800/1,600 -50) - Thursday, August 16, 15:54:25 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #2 (Real Money)
Seat 3 is the button
Total number of players : 6
Seat 1: Bluesea600 ( 27,270 )
Seat 2: smartrader ( 25,735 )
Seat 3: Irexes ( 55,525 )
Seat 7: THESUN333 ( 108,660 )
Seat 8: rytter_12 ( 21,065 )
Seat 9: essal ( 55,825 )
Trny:35030804 Level:10
Blinds-Antes(800/1,600 -50)
Bluesea600 posts ante [50]
smartrader posts ante [50]
Irexes posts ante [50]
THESUN333 posts ante [50]
rytter_12 posts ante [50]
essal posts ante [50]
There is no Small Blind in this hand as the Big Blind of the previous hand left the table.
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Ah Qs ]
rytter_12 folds
essal folds
Bluesea600 folds
smartrader is all-In [25,685]
Irexes folds
THESUN333 folds
smartrader does not show cards.
smartrader wins 27,585 chips
�Game #6243115992 starts.

his range is pretty wide, I probably call here, though I like your fold.
 
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Irexes

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Cheers Chuck :)

First one was more me demonstrating to the table I was throwing my weight around than anything I think. Yep, not +EV by any means.

The JT one, looking to flop a monster and trap I guess.

As for the Aces, that nearly made me weep with joy. Particularly after the spiritual home line.
 
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#Game No : 6243519287
***** Hand History for Game 6243519287 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:17 Blinds-Antes(8,000/16,000 -400) - Thursday, August 16, 17:46:52 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 4
Seat 2: essal ( 167,796 )
Seat 3: bas76se ( 221,480 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 474,606 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 295,618 )
Trny:35030804 Level:17
Blinds-Antes(8,000/16,000 -400)
essal posts ante [400]
bas76se posts ante [400]
Irexes posts ante [400]
speedyyvi posts ante [400]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Ac Kh ]
speedyyvi folds
essal folds
bas76se raises [42,000]
Irexes calls [34,000]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 9h, 9c, Js ]
bas76se checks
Irexes checks
** Dealing Turn ** [ 6h ]
bas76se checks
Irexes checks
** Dealing River ** [ 6d ]
bas76se checks
Irexes checks
bas76se shows [ Th, Ah ]two pairs, Nines and Sixes.
Irexes shows [ Ac, Kh ]two pairs, Nines and Sixes.
bas76se wins 50,800 chips from the main pot with two pairs, Nines and Sixes.
Irexes wins 50,800 chips from the main pot with two pairs, Nines and Sixes.
Game #6243521078 starts.

Smooth call preflop? Really don't see the reasoning behind this, especially vs a player who's been pretty aggressive lately and with stack sizes. If we're sitting deeper, I do like a smooth call (very disguised play, possibility of stacking via outkicking a player), but I'm shoving like every time here.
 
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#Game No : 6243552773
***** Hand History for Game 6243552773 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:18 Blinds-Antes(10,000/20,000 -500) - Thursday, August 16, 17:58:10 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 3
Seat 2: essal ( 317,648 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 421,510 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 420,342 )
Trny:35030804 Level:18
Blinds-Antes(10,000/20,000 -500)
essal posts ante [500]
Irexes posts ante [500]
speedyyvi posts ante [500]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Ah Ks ]
speedyyvi: thx
essal folds
Irexes raises [50,000]
speedyyvi raises [80,000]
Irexes calls [40,000]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 9h, Jd, 2s ]
Irexes checks
speedyyvi bets [201,500]
Irexes folds
speedyyvi does not show cards.
speedyyvi wins 403,000 chips
Game #6243553851 starts.

I'm thinking min3bet is probably a pair, but then why are we smoothcalling? We can push out a lot of hands with a push, and force the decision on him. He's also not going to stack if we hit since he'll be holding an underpair...
 
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#Game No : 6243580357
***** Hand History for Game 6243580357 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:19 Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700) - Thursday, August 16, 18:07:42 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 3
Seat 2: essal ( 338,776 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 607,820 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 212,904 )
Trny:35030804 Level:19
Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700)
essal posts ante [700]
Irexes posts ante [700]
speedyyvi posts ante [700]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Js Jc ]
essal folds
Irexes raises [75,000]
speedyyvi calls [60,000]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 3d, Qs, Tc ]
Irexes checks
speedyyvi is all-In [122,204]
Irexes calls [122,204]
** Dealing Turn ** [ 6h ]
** Dealing River ** [ Jd ]
Irexes shows [ Js, Jc ]three of a kind, Jacks.
speedyyvi shows [ 4c, Ac ]high card Ace.
Irexes wins 426,508 chips from the main pot with three of a kind, Jacks.
Player speedyyvi finished in 3 place and received $372.75 USD
Game #6243581920 starts.

Really like the flop trap. wp :)

#Game No : 6243595773
***** Hand History for Game 6243595773 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:19 Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700) - Thursday, August 16, 18:13:04 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 7 is the button
Total number of players : 2
Seat 2: essal ( 521,676 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 637,824 )
Trny:35030804 Level:19
Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700)
essal posts ante [700]
Irexes posts ante [700]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Tc 7d ]
Irexes calls [15,000]
essal checks
** Dealing Flop ** [ 8d, 5h, 4s ]
essal checks
Irexes checks
** Dealing Turn ** [ 9s ]
essal checks
Irexes bets [40,000]
essal calls [40,000]
** Dealing River ** [ Th ]
essal checks
Irexes checks
essal shows [ 3s, 9c ]a pair of Nines.
Irexes shows [ Tc, 7d ]a pair of Tens.
Irexes wins 141,400 chips from the main pot with a pair of Tens.
Game #6243597138 starts.

I think we can value bet this.

And the last hand is of course great...outs through the roof :)

Very well played, Rex. I saw a handful of hands I disagreed with (see above), but they got you the win. I won one MTT ages ago back when I was playing Titan, and aside from that I could use all the practice and info I can get.

Keep posting these if you don't mind. People benefit more than you would imagine just from reading through and seeing your p.o.v.
 
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Smooth call preflop? Really don't see the reasoning behind this, especially vs a player who's been pretty aggressive lately and with stack sizes. If we're sitting deeper, I do like a smooth call (very disguised play, possibility of stacking via outkicking a player), but I'm shoving like every time here.

I'm not a big pusher of AK unless I'm shortstacked. The pot preflop isn't worth it for me if I take it down preflop against the risk of losing a really big pot.

As I see it his calling range is a lot of pairs and possibly AQ (though I'm not sure about that). He folds a lot of others.

I'll take the flop and look to play from there, if an A or K hits I'll assume I'm good (though AA and KK remain possibilities for him).

I don't want a coinflip here preflop and I really don't want him to turn AA or KK. I think he's calling with 66 here to be honest if I push (as you say he was a maniac) and I'd rather wait for the chance to bag him with a made hand.

My postflop blows chunks, big chance to take it on the flop and didn't.

I love betting paired boards and didn't for some reason. I guess I must have squarely put him on a pair and decided not to try to bluff a calling station (should state this guy was terrible).
 
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Fair enough, but don't you think if he's calling as low as 66, then he'll also call with a wider Ax range?
 
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#Game No : 6243552773
***** Hand History for Game 6243552773 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:18 Blinds-Antes(10,000/20,000 -500) - Thursday, August 16, 17:58:10 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 3
Seat 2: essal ( 317,648 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 421,510 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 420,342 )
Trny:35030804 Level:18
Blinds-Antes(10,000/20,000 -500)
essal posts ante [500]
Irexes posts ante [500]
speedyyvi posts ante [500]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Ah Ks ]
speedyyvi: thx
essal folds
Irexes raises [50,000]
speedyyvi raises [80,000]
Irexes calls [40,000]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 9h, Jd, 2s ]
Irexes checks
speedyyvi bets [201,500]
Irexes folds
speedyyvi does not show cards.
speedyyvi wins 403,000 chips
Game #6243553851 starts.

I'm thinking min3bet is probably a pair, but then why are we smoothcalling? We can push out a lot of hands with a push, and force the decision on him. He's also not going to stack if we hit since he'll be holding an underpair...

Preflop push is not so bad here I agree. He's probably thinking I'm stealing so his range is big. However again I like to see a flop and try and make sure I win the big hands knowing I'm either ahead or they are going to fold when I want them to. A push from me and a call from him with TT etc and once again my tournies over half the time.

It's probably arrogant, but I feel I can play postflop poker at this stage of tournies in a way that means I don't have to take the flips and risks.

I think it's HoH3 where he says "there's no harm seeing a flop with AK" and I agree. Its pretty and it will win it's share of hands if you push with it, but in the course of a tourney if you push AK half a dozen times you will be out. There is of cours a time to do so, but if I can I like to see a flop and let an Axx or Kxx flop win me a big pot with minimal risk (and then of course there's the c-bets).

Interesting comments though and I don't disagree with what you are saying.
 
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#Game No : 6243580357
***** Hand History for Game 6243580357 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:19 Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700) - Thursday, August 16, 18:07:42 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 3
Seat 2: essal ( 338,776 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 607,820 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 212,904 )
Trny:35030804 Level:19
Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700)
essal posts ante [700]
Irexes posts ante [700]
speedyyvi posts ante [700]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Js Jc ]
essal folds
Irexes raises [75,000]
speedyyvi calls [60,000]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 3d, Qs, Tc ]
Irexes checks
speedyyvi is all-In [122,204]
Irexes calls [122,204]
** Dealing Turn ** [ 6h ]
** Dealing River ** [ Jd ]
Irexes shows [ Js, Jc ]three of a kind, Jacks.
speedyyvi shows [ 4c, Ac ]high card Ace.
Irexes wins 426,508 chips from the main pot with three of a kind, Jacks.
Player speedyyvi finished in 3 place and received $372.75 USD
Game #6243581920 starts.

Really like the flop trap. wp :)

I remember this hand andI thought there was absolutely no way he made this move with a Q, he would have been looking for more value on the turn (I think it was an instamove as well, which sometimes indicates nothing).

#Game No : 6243595773
***** Hand History for Game 6243595773 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:19 Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700) - Thursday, August 16, 18:13:04 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 7 is the button
Total number of players : 2
Seat 2: essal ( 521,676 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 637,824 )
Trny:35030804 Level:19
Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700)
essal posts ante [700]
Irexes posts ante [700]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Tc 7d ]
Irexes calls [15,000]
essal checks
** Dealing Flop ** [ 8d, 5h, 4s ]
essal checks
Irexes checks
** Dealing Turn ** [ 9s ]
essal checks
Irexes bets [40,000]
essal calls [40,000]
** Dealing River ** [ Th ]
essal checks
Irexes checks
essal shows [ 3s, 9c ]a pair of Nines.
Irexes shows [ Tc, 7d ]a pair of Tens.
Irexes wins 141,400 chips from the main pot with a pair of Tens.
Game #6243597138 starts.

I think we can value bet this.

As I checked, I thought "I missed a valuebet there" and as I posted the HHs I though I wonder if anyone picks up the valuebet with the ten on the river :) totally agree, could picked up a few more chippies but too eager to scoop it.


And the last hand is of course great...outs through the roof :)

Keep posting these if you don't mind. People benefit more than you would imagine just from reading through and seeing your p.o.v.

Thanks Chuck, I don't expect people to agree with me but it's interesting to hear how people's views differ from my own. I think I have developed an endgame that results in late finishes with minimal risk and I see situations where I know others would have (justifiably) put their chips in and bust out. At the same time I think I've avoided too much passivity, which is the other trap.

TB watched a final table I was at once and I said, watch this, 5 of them will commit suicide. And they did, getting all their chips in with any coinflip or desperate bluffs. There's time at FTs if you're not the shorty, but people seem to panic a bit too soon and reduce their options to play poker, which is what got them there in the first place.
 
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Fair enough, but don't you think if he's calling as low as 66, then he'll also call with a wider Ax range?

Might just be my bias, but I think that proportionately you get more calls with a pair (as they tell themselves you have Ax, KQ etc) than you do from AQ, AJ from bad players. Could well be wrong about this.
 
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#Game No : 6243580357
***** Hand History for Game 6243580357 *****
NL Texas Hold'em Trny:35030804 Level:19 Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700) - Thursday, August 16, 18:07:42 ET 2007
Table Rebuy (1123705) Table #1 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 3
Seat 2: essal ( 338,776 )
Seat 7: Irexes ( 607,820 )
Seat 9: speedyyvi ( 212,904 )
Trny:35030804 Level:19
Blinds-Antes(15,000/30,000 -700)
essal posts ante [700]
Irexes posts ante [700]
speedyyvi posts ante [700]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Irexes [ Js Jc ]
essal folds
Irexes raises [75,000]
speedyyvi calls [60,000]
** Dealing Flop ** [ 3d, Qs, Tc ]
Irexes checks
speedyyvi is all-In [122,204]
Irexes calls [122,204]
** Dealing Turn ** [ 6h ]
** Dealing River ** [ Jd ]
Irexes shows [ Js, Jc ]three of a kind, Jacks.
speedyyvi shows [ 4c, Ac ]high card Ace.
Irexes wins 426,508 chips from the main pot with three of a kind, Jacks.
Player speedyyvi finished in 3 place and received $372.75 USD
Game #6243581920 starts.

Really like the flop trap. wp :)

I remember this one as I was going thru myself. The thing that stuck out for me was I didn't like his call preflop. If he thinks you're stealing, push preflop. Otherwise, fold. His M is ~5 to begin with. What do you guys think?


And yes, nicely played flop on your part. :)
 
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ChuckTs

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What do you guys think?

I think you're right. It's fine as a stop n go if he's out of position because then he gets first crack at the pot and has a good chance of taking it down. The majority of the time, he's screwed though. Missing the flop and facing a c-bet, missing the flop and getting caught stealing (as in the hand), or hitting and getting outkicked.

For me, I fold and stick to preflop steals.
 
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Interesting. Whats the best way to view hands graphically? Is there some software I can get? I've done a quick google but couldn't find anything obvious
 
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joeeagles

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This is great Irexes, I'll definitely give a nice and close look at this on Sunday when I'll finally have enough time to do it. Thx.
 
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