I have to work on my blinds



Jul 31, 2007
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I have no clue what to do In these spots vs SS. I mean I don't wish to give them a walk, nor do I want to raise/fold to them when they have like 10-15bbs. So I go with the famous Abdi "Default line" of shoving Into them, lol. This was on the literal bubble BTW, so that kinda added more pressure. Yet that still doesn't answer the question. How should I approach the BvB situations, when I have like 40bigs and they have like 10-15bigs?

In the back of my mind I feel as If by giving them a walk (there's 2 Issues with It).

1) They're gonna get bigger, which Is obvious and than later on I'm gonna have a more difficult time dealing with them when I do attempt to steal.

2) Issue Is this, If I Just rip It Into them, than, the times they wake up with a hand I'm like "Uggh FML", now Instead of dealing with someone at 10-15bbs, I'm dealing with a player that has like 20-30bbs? Which Is bothersome when they are on your left.

So what can I do, where can I learn these situations to become more adapt to them and make the "most +EV move In them"?

party poker No-Limit Hold'em, 5.5 Tournament, 1,250/2,500 Blinds 250 Ante (8 handed) - Party-Poker Converter Tool from http://flopturnriver.com/

saw flop | saw showdown

BB (t34,090)
Hero (SB) (t130,899)
CO (t31,362)
UTG+1 (t21,047)
MP2 (t38,498)
Button (t75,114)
UTG (t36,278)
MP1 (t81,692)

Hero's M: 22.77

Preflop: Hero is SB with K
, 2

6 folds, Hero raises to t130,649 (All-In), 1 fold

Total pot: t135,149

Results below:
Hero had K
, 2