This is a discussion on MTT Hand ACR within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; Hey guys, Can you give me your opinion about this hand, what was my bigger mistake here?
NL Holdem $20000(BB)
SB ($600397) [VPIP: 41,9% | PFR: 25,8%
-Why the limp open? At ~25bb shouldn't you still be doing a 2.2x or something?
-69s might be a Little loose for hijack since you're not deep stacked, but that one is arguable (and I'm definitely not saying I'm an authority)
-What are you folding to a 3bet/actual open here if you're limping? If it's nothing, why not open and steal the binds? I think I would fold here
-Why are you calling on a flush draw? Unless you put him on total air, you're at most a coinflip here. This might be an OK shove since you pick up fold equity - as-is, what you're saying is you don't think you have better than 49% chance to win if you fold here, dust yourself off, and get to the next hand.
You didnít have to be in this hand. 96 on that position is pretty loose. Thatís your biggest mistake on my opinion. Then calling raise, than calling all in with draw. So on my opinion you didnít do anything right.