overplayed kings?

dhizzle2

dhizzle2

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Here is a question for debate. Looking now, I think I overplayed them, considering this person was gonna call regardless and technically had a 40% chance to outdraw me. However, what would you do in this situation. Let me throw a few tidbits out. Jst511 is a very aggressive player at least from my observations in the early rounds. Tends to overplay top pair. Did not put him on pocket jacks only flat calling my initial raise given his style. Player had doubled up against a real bad player early who played top pair with a bad kicker vs. his top pair with a better kicker.

Given the players style, my overpair, his pot sized bet, would you have re-raised all in?

Thanks


Note: I had five consecutive sit and go cashes up to this point. The streak ended with this play.
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Time to start a new one.


full tilt poker Game #1725906774: $10 + $1 Sit & Go (12721533), Table 1 - 25/50 - No Limit Hold'em - 14:27:40 ET - 2007/02/03
Seat 1: jausbrey (1,300)
Seat 2: Burgh1979 (3,160)
Seat 4: TitaniumDogz (550)
Seat 5: rhythmd (1,780)
Seat 6: roebuck (1,585)
Seat 7: Jst511 (3,375)
Seat 9: CasinoKid2 (1,750)
TitaniumDogz posts the small blind of 25
rhythmd posts the big blind of 50
The button is in seat #2
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to CasinoKid2 [Kd Ks]
roebuck folds
Jst511 calls 50
CasinoKid2 raises to 150
jausbrey folds
Burgh1979 folds
TitaniumDogz folds
rhythmd calls 100
Jst511 calls 100
*** FLOP *** [3h Jc 7h]
rhythmd checks
Jst511 bets 475
CasinoKid2 raises to 1,600, and is all in
rhythmd folds
Jst511 calls 1,125
CasinoKid2 shows [Kd Ks]
Jst511 shows [Ah Jh]
*** TURN *** [3h Jc 7h] [4h]
*** RIVER *** [3h Jc 7h 4h] [2c]
CasinoKid2 shows a pair of Kings
Jst511 shows a flush, Ace high
Jst511 wins the pot (3,675) with a flush, Ace high
CasinoKid2: gh
CasinoKid2 stands up
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 3,675 | Rake 0
Board: [3h Jc 7h 4h 2c]
Seat 1: jausbrey didn't bet (folded)
Seat 2: Burgh1979 (button) didn't bet (folded)
Seat 4: TitaniumDogz (small blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 5: rhythmd (big blind) folded on the Flop
Seat 6: roebuck didn't bet (folded)
Seat 7: Jst511 showed [Ah Jh] and won (3,675) with a flush, Ace high
Seat 9: CasinoKid2 showed [Kd Ks] and lost with a pair of Kings
 
robwhufc

robwhufc

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Given the players style, my overpair, his pot sized bet, would you have re-raised all in?
I dont see any alternative play. I dont think this takes much analysis - you played fine, opponent played fine, you were probably a moderate favourite post flop but he caught one of his cards and beat you.
 
DeadoneD1

DeadoneD1

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Given his past aggressive play I would have re-raised him too

maybe not all-in tho

you had the odds,,, he got lucky


I would be out also...i guess
 
tosborn

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I don't like your preflop raise here. I would have led out with at least a 4-5 BB bet. Although villain would have still called. I think you needed to show more strength.

The all-in was played well. You always need to make them pay to draw.
 
ChuckTs

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Standard play...had villain missed his draw and had you won the pot, you'd never have made this thread, right?

Ignore results, they are insignificant.
 
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