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young_chucho

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where did i mess this 1 up?

pokerstars Mano #16398927973: Torneo #83038364, $3.00+$0.25 Hold'em No Limit - Nivel I (10/20) - 2008/03/31 - 21:37:21 (ET)
Mesa '83038364 2' 9-max Asiento #3 es el botón
Asiento 1: nikojoh (1120 en fichas)
Asiento 2: Lucious Cree (1480 en fichas)
Asiento 3: igra4 (1600 en fichas)
Asiento 4: young_chucho (1440 en fichas)
Asiento 5: Tesss (1500 en fichas)
Asiento 6: navymom_too (1860 en fichas)
Asiento 7: Iventure (1500 en fichas)
Asiento 8: nufsaid 26 (1500 en fichas)
Asiento 9: hellohova (1500 en fichas)
young_chucho: pone small blind 10
Tesss: pone big blind 20
*** CARTAS PROPIAS ***
Repartidas a young_chucho [Kh Kd]
navymom_too: se retira
Iventure: se retira
nufsaid 26: se retira
hellohova: sube 20 a 40
nikojoh: se retira
Lucious Cree: se retira
igra4: se retira
young_chucho: sube 80 a 120
Tesss: se retira
hellohova: iguala 80
*** FLOP *** [6c Qs Jd]
young_chucho: pasa
hellohova: apuesta 200
young_chucho: sube 400 a 600
hellohova: iguala 400
*** TURN *** [6c Qs Jd] 8♠
young_chucho: apuesta 720 y está all-in
hellohova: iguala 720
*** RIVER *** [6c Qs Jd 8s] J♥
*** SHOW DOWN ***
young_chucho: muestra [Kh Kd] (dobles parejas, Reyes y Jotas)
hellohova: muestra [Ks Js] (trío de Jotas)
hellohova recaudó 2900 de bote
*** RESUMEN ***
Bote total 2900 | Comisión 0
Comunitarias [6c Qs Jd 8s Jh]
Asiento 1: nikojoh se retiró antes del Flop (no apostó)
Asiento 2: Lucious Cree se retiró antes del Flop (no apostó)
Asiento 3: igra4 (botón) se retiró antes del Flop (no apostó)
Asiento 4: young_chucho (small blind) mostró [Kh Kd] y perdió con dobles parejas, Reyes y Jotas
Asiento 5: Tesss (big blind) se retiró antes del Flop
Asiento 6: navymom_too se retiró antes del Flop (no apostó)
Asiento 7: Iventure se retiró antes del Flop (no apostó)
Asiento 8: nufsaid 26 se retiró antes del Flop (no apostó)
Asiento 9: hellohova mostró [Ks Js] y ganó (2900) con trío de Jotas
 
Richyl2008

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You got your money in on the turn with the best hand, why do you think you messed this up? Forget about results just concentrate on getting the money in good.
 
KenFischer

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Well played - bad result. It happens, try not to worry about it.
 
mrsnake3695

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Like the others said, don't be results oriented. The goal is to make your opponent make mistakes and when you do you gain.

A mistake would be, if your opponent saw your cards would he still call your bets. If the answer is no and he did call your bets then you made him make mistakes.

In this case if you opponent saw your cards he wouldn't call any of your bets so you "won", he just got lucky.
 
Pike60

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Looks like you had too much faith in your pocket K's and weren't even thinking of a 2 pair possibility. The sad part here is that the chaser hit his J on the river.
Bad betting on both sides if you ask me.Seems like both players were looking for the big payoff early in the match with somewhat weak hands.A single pair out of seven cards shouldn't see an all in push or call followed by any questioning.
My 2 cents worth.
 
widowmaker89

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I dont agree that you should have thought he had you beat here. Most people, if they flop 2 pair or a set would not bet into someone who reraised pre-flop(although it is many times a good play). Most people, especially at lower levels, would check raise in this situation. Now if he did bet out with 2 pair or a set well you are probably in trouble.

I think you played the hand fairly well, although I think you should have bet out on the flop after raising. He called with and went all in with a losing hand and won, like others have said you cant base your play on the results of one hand.
 
widowmaker89

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I see check raise isnt an option since he acts after, but still people check a set and even two pair, especially top two pair which is the only real possibility.
 
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you messed up by posting it in spanish and forgot to donate to the pokerstars riverteam this month. what do you really want to know on this thread? a different way of playing it or just proving how unlucky you are? all your chips in the middle with one card to go vs 11 outs....you should be happy.
 
zachvac

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obviously fold it preflop.

But in all seriousness you got your money in with the best hand. That's all you can do. Suck-outs happen and long-term you win in that situation.
 
shinedown.45

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It all has been said above, but I would like to add that you want players like that on your table that put alot of faith in top pair, they will help your BR in the long run.
Aside from not reraising the flop bet, you played it very well and do not change your play based on the results of this one hand.
 
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