Flopped full house

KillerKat

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How would you have played this, probably should of bet on the river.


Dealt to KillerKat [3s Kc]
riley dog1: calls 50
denman68467: folds
KING TJ: calls 50
bowhunter417: folds
lomurno1: calls 50
Consz: folds
KillerKat: calls 25
Go for it 08: checks
*** FLOP *** [3h Ks 3d]
KillerKat: checks
Go for it 08: bets 50
riley dog1: raises 50 to 100
KING TJ: folds
lomurno1: folds
KillerKat: calls 100
Go for it 08: calls 50
*** TURN *** [3h Ks 3d] [4d]
KillerKat: checks
Go for it 08: checks
riley dog1: bets 50
KillerKat: calls 50
Go for it 08: calls 50
*** RIVER *** [3h Ks 3d 4d] [Ac]
KillerKat: checks
Go for it 08: checks
riley dog1: checks
*** SHOW DOWN ***
KillerKat: shows [3s Kc] (a full house, Threes full of Kings)
Go for it 08: mucks hand
riley dog1: mucks hand
KillerKat collected 700 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 700 | Rake 0
Board [3h Ks 3d 4d Ac]
Seat 1: lomurno1 folded on the Flop
Seat 2: Consz (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 3: killerKat (small blind) showed [3s Kc] and won (700) with a full house, Threes full of Kings
Seat 4: Go for it 08 (big blind) mucked [6s 6c]
Seat 5: riley dog1 mucked [Qc Qs]
Seat 6: denman68467 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 7: KING TJ folded on the Flop
Seat 8: bowhunter417 folded before Flop (didn't bet)
 
twizzybop

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Usually when I floop it stinks.. However you still could have made a value bet on the river cause if you know you are going to win anyway, a value bet may get more money.
 
Dorkus Malorkus

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That was pretty horrible, you gave yourself the smallest chance you could of actually winning anything significant. :p

KillerKat said:
*** FLOP *** [3h Ks 3d]
KillerKat: checks
Go for it 08: bets 50
riley dog1: raises 50 to 100
KING TJ: folds
lomurno1: folds
KillerKat: calls 100
Go for it 08: calls 50

This is a great chance to pop it up to 300 or so. They seem like pretty bad players, one of them will most likely call.

KillerKat said:
*** TURN *** [3h Ks 3d] 4♦
KillerKat: checks
Go for it 08: checks
riley dog1: bets 50
KillerKat: calls 50
Go for it 08: calls 50

Yeah, you were probably thinking "I want to keep both other players in" here, but you're still better off betting out a decent amount and hoping one of them has something decent enough to call with.

KillerKat said:
...probably should of bet on the river.

...ya think? ;) You have 2 other players in, either make a small bet that looks like a value bet or make an overbet that looks like a bluff, depending on the other players.

Edit: Fold preflop, too.
 
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KillerKat

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Thanks for the quick replies, Was thinking at the time "bet here KK now" but didnt in hoping one would make a massive raise. Wrong play I know, but you live and learn:)



Dorkus Malorkus said:
Edit: Fold preflop, too.
Well not really, was about to press auto fold, when I noticed I was small blind and it had'nt been raised, so it was only an extra $25 to call( first round of blinds) sng.
 
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I think I would have played it like you did,I found if you make a big raise then most drop out and you lose their chips. I always hope they make a big raise and then call them so I have more chips to drag! LOL Well I'm saying that is I know it's a sure thing.
 
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I probably would have raised on the turn and river but not a big raise. Maybe a minimum raise on the turn and a bigger raise on the river.
 
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You should fold this preflop even if it is only 25 to call...

Anyways, raise the turn. Bet the river (1/2 pot at least)
 
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General rule is that many players lose money by slowplaying too much.

Something I have been trying to cut out
 
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I dont think you did much wrong here Kat - you only know now what they had, and that they probably would have called further bets. The check on the river would have worked a treat if one of your opponents was chasing the ace which is a possibility - in hindsight a bet would have been better, but you only know that now!
 
Dorkus Malorkus

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Don't listen to Rob, he checks quads on the river! ;)
 
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LOL at Dorkus's comment. I think that was very well played Kat. Then again what the hell do I know.
 
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