$Freeroll NLHE MTT: Two pair on dirty board vs All in

Dzob

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Please, analyze this hand. How many mistakes have I made in playing this hand ?


pokerstars, Hold'em No Limit - 200/400 (50 ante) - 9 players
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dzob_killer (UTG): 22,042 (55 bb)
valery1703 (UTG+1): 32,580 (81 bb)
Clints44 (MP): 5,676 (14 bb)
mr.grin730 (MP+1): 8,061 (20 bb)
sarag777 (LP): 78,173 (195 bb)
leyteha (CO): 13,619 (34 bb)
ranga2014 (BU): 32,909 (82 bb)
najjah166 (SB): 3,546 (9 bb)
kachus (BB): 195 (0 bb)

Pre-Flop: (795) Hero (dzob_killer) is UTG with A J
dzob_killer (UTG) raises to 1,000, 5 players fold, ranga2014 (BU) 3-bets to 3,795, 2 players fold, dzob_killer (UTG) calls 2,795

Flop: (8,385) A J 2 (2 players, 1 all-in)
dzob_killer (UTG) checks, ranga2014 (BU) bets 28,400, dzob_killer (UTG) calls 18,197 (all-in)

Turn: (44,779) J (2 players, 2 all-in)

River: (44,779) 4 (2 players, 2 all-in)

Total pot: 44,779

Showdown:
ranga2014 (BU) shows A A (a full house, Aces full of Jacks)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 93%, Flop: 98%, Turn: 98%, River: 100%)

dzob_killer (UTG) shows A J (a full house, Jacks full of Aces)
(Equity - Pre-Flop: 7%, Flop: 2%, Turn: 2%, River: 0%)

ranga2014 (BU) wins 44,779
 
greatgame230

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I think that the hand was well played, the only thing is that I would not have raised in that spot but I would have made the call of the villain that he would surely do, in the rest of the hand it was I do not see how you could get out of that hand, first with two pairs on the flop and then with the fullhouse
 
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AJo is one of the worst hands, you should open UTG, and therefore your default should be to fold to a 3-bet and especially a large 3-bet like this. You are out of position and dominated by to much of the 3-betters range.

Postflop this is just a gross cooler spot. There are so few combos, you are behind to, and so many other combos, he might be going crazy with. AA and JJ is blocked to one combo each, 22 would be an absurd hand to 3-bet against an UTG open, and with A and J of heart on the table, it is difficult for him to have a made flush, that makes sense as a 3-bet.
 
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Aside from what Fundiver already covered - which was a great breakdown btw - I think AJo is where we do start to open offsuit ace combos from UTG. I agree we CAN fold to the 3bet since it is a little large - but when we make the call and flop top 2 we are going broke here...especially when we see the turn. Cooler city - nothing we can do
 
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As already talked about preflop we shouldn't be getting involved with AJo once 3bet. As played your just going broke a total cooler no way out of it we only lose to AA
 
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At least Hero flopped the good old backdoor quads draw, and running hearts would chop the pot, so Hero was not drawing dead :D
 
0815am

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As said. AJo is either the top of our folding range or the bottom of our opening range. Therefore we can’t call a 3B OOP. Stacks are also too big to get it in.
I wouldn’t expect people to go crazy vs UTG and just let it go.

As played, postflop is just a cooler
 
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