$Freeroll NLHE MTT: Nettikasinota Freeroll JJ x TT x QKo preflop 101th / 2888

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I had no information about QKo's Villain but this call was unnecessary, he is losing to any A.

Damn if only the smallest stack paid would be a dream ...


888Poker, Hold'em No Limit - 2,500/5,000 (500 ante) - 9 players
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Colordark90 (UTG): 165,778 (33 bb)
bannerman1 (UTG+1): 435,561 (87 bb)
Frid01 (MP): 53,827 (11 bb)
Wanted36 (MP+1): 145,841 (29 bb)
LabutaPOKER (LP): 94,706 (19 bb)
Dimbas070 (CO): 134,241 (27 bb)
ponistra7 (BU): 140,482 (28 bb)
Viki94 (SB): 33,240 (7 bb)
samuelag (BB): 38,536 (8 bb)

Pre-Flop: (12,000) Hero (LabutaPOKER) is LP with J J
Colordark90 (UTG) calls 5,000, 1 fold, Frid01 (MP) raises to 15,000, Wanted36 (MP+1) calls 15,000, LabutaPOKER (LP) 3-bets to 94,206 (all-in), 5 players fold, Frid01 (MP) calls 38,327 (all-in), Wanted36 (MP+1) calls 79,206

Flop: (258,739) 6 Q 7 (3 players, 2 all-in)

Turn: (258,739) K (3 players, 2 all-in)

River: (258,739) 2 (3 players, 2 all-in)

Total pot: 258,739

Showdown:
LabutaPOKER (LP) shows J J (a pair of Jacks)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 46%, Flop: 9%, Turn: 5%, River: 0%)

Frid01 (MP) shows T T (a pair of Tens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 18%, Flop: 11%, Turn: 5%, River: 0%)

Wanted36 (MP+1) shows Q K (two pair, Kings and Queens)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 36%, Flop: 80%, Turn: 90%, River: 100%)

Wanted36 (MP+1) wins 258,739
 
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Nothing you can do different here. You got it in good especially in the main pot, and then the result just is, what it is.
 
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I think you wanted to fight a player with a smaller stack at the MP position. But you forgot about the third player. Many players who call 3 bets go all the way to the end. Because they don't lose anything. You think QK is a bad hand, but in this case, 46% vs. 36% does not have a clear advantage. Even if you are one - on-one against an opponent with QK, you will have approximately 55% chance of winning.
You win a little more often than you lose. All in preflop is random, so there's no point in getting upset.
 
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I think you wanted to fight a player with a smaller stack at the MP position. But you forgot about the third player. Many players who call 3 bets go all the way to the end. Because they don't lose anything. You think QK is a bad hand, but in this case, 46% vs. 36% does not have a clear advantage. Even if you are one - on-one against an opponent with QK, you will have approximately 55% chance of winning.
You win a little more often than you lose. All in preflop is random, so there's no point in getting upset.

Yes thanks.
Very interesting this question, I was analyzing on the odds calculator and A2o vs QKo increases my equity to 57%. I have many things to think about this hand. I wish I could have gone allin with 1 player and it would be perfect ... Look, I'm a LAG and I wouldn't pay in this situation with QKo
 
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HOW DOES FRIDA NOT JAM TT for 11BB and you did great you made frid01 commit that rest of the stack and of course you fold out any junk KQ LOL,
 
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As others have said this is the right move here. If you ever question yourself after the hand (which we all should question ourself every move as it will make us better) think of what other actions you could take and whether they would make sense. Should we fold here, in a word no why would we fold as strong a hand as JJ with 19 BBs. Can we call here? Not profitably since our hands our tied post flop and any flop that has a card bigger than a J scares us a bit and low flops we are getting it on and still could be beat by QQ+ so why not jam pre if that is the scenario.

Three betting small makes little to no sense as we will not get enough fold equity from it and it also commits us to the pot. Running through all these options shows us that jamming is the best play. Good move, just didnt work out.
 
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As others have said this is the right move here. If you ever question yourself after the hand (which we all should question ourself every move as it will make us better) think of what other actions you could take and whether they would make sense. Should we fold here, in a word no why would we fold as strong a hand as JJ with 19 BBs. Can we call here? Not profitably since our hands our tied post flop and any flop that has a card bigger than a J scares us a bit and low flops we are getting it on and still could be beat by QQ+ so why not jam pre if that is the scenario.

Three betting small makes little to no sense as we will not get enough fold equity from it and it also commits us to the pot. Running through all these options shows us that jamming is the best play. Good move, just didnt work out.

Thank you, it's good to hear that sometimes I get confused with what is right ... I thought I might have exaggerated with 19 bb but the way the pre flop was done, don't think about another action, it was just what fit
 
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As others have said this is the right move here. If you ever question yourself after the hand (which we all should question ourself every move as it will make us better) think of what other actions you could take and whether they would make sense. Should we fold here, in a word no why would we fold as strong a hand as JJ with 19 BBs. Can we call here? Not profitably since our hands our tied post flop and any flop that has a card bigger than a J scares us a bit and low flops we are getting it on and still could be beat by QQ+ so why not jam pre if that is the scenario.

Three betting small makes little to no sense as we will not get enough fold equity from it and it also commits us to the pot. Running through all these options shows us that jamming is the best play. Good move, just didnt work out.

We definitely dont want to just call here and let at least 3 other players if not more into the hand. The pot is already more than half our stack, and by jamming we thin the field and increase our equity. Unfortunately we did not thin the field quite enough this time, since MP+1 made a bad call, which turned out to be good against the exact hands, he was up against, and then he ran good after the flop as well. But as you say, it is, what it is.
 
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