$6 HUSNG - 4 Hands

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$6 HUSNG - 4 Hands

Post  POKERonomist on Sat Jan 10, 2009 2:56 pm

Villain is aggressive but seems like a decent player (not a maniac).

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HAND #1
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Is this a wise shove? I figure I have some fold equity, and if behind I may have as many as 10 outs (although if behind, I could easily be reverse dominated).

Full Tilt Poker, $6 + $0.25 NL Hold'em Sit n' Go, 15/30 Blinds, 2 Players
LeggoPoker.com Hand History Converter

BB: 1,710
Hero (SB): 1,290

Pre-Flop: (45) Qd Kh dealt to Hero (SB)
Hero raises to 80, BB raises to 210, Hero calls 130

Flop: (420) Td 9s 7s (2 Players)
BB bets 320, Hero raises to 1,080 and is All-In

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HAND #2
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Should I have been more aggressive with my open ender on this flop? On turn I pick up a flush draw and the ace is potentially a scare card, which is why I lead out semi-bluff. If I feel like I have enough outs to call his shove. In hindsight, I think I should have bet more on the turn (like 300 - 400) seeing as how I'm not going to fold anyway.

Full Tilt Poker, $6 + $0.25 NL Hold'em Sit n' Go, 15/30 Blinds, 2 Players
LeggoPoker.com Hand History Converter

SB: 1,180
Hero (BB): 1,820

Pre-Flop: (45) 6c 8c dealt to Hero (BB)
SB raises to 80, Hero calls 50

Flop: (160) 9d Qh 7c (2 Players)
Hero checks, SB bets 120, Hero calls 120

Turn: (400) Ac (2 Players)
Hero bets 250, SB raises to 980 and is All-In, Hero calls 730

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HAND #3
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Not really sure if I played this hand well. Maybe I got too aggressive with my hand.

Full Tilt Poker, $6 + $0.25 NL Hold'em Sit n' Go, 30/60 Blinds, 2 Players
LeggoPoker.com Hand History Converter

BB: 1,805
Hero (SB): 1,195

Pre-Flop: (90) Ah 6s dealt to Hero (SB)
Hero raises to 120, BB calls 60

Flop: (240) 7c 8d 5d (2 Players)
BB checks, Hero bets 160, BB raises to 400, Hero raises to 1,075 and is All-In, BB calls 675

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HAND #4
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I bet 300 because I wanted it to look weak, was that smart? Should I have checked the flop (with the intention of raising a bet)? There is a lot out there, so villain may try to take it down on the flop. Furthermore, there is not a lot he can probably call me with on this flop. Besides, even if he checks behind this may give him a chance to catch up.

Full Tilt Poker, $6 + $0.25 NL Hold'em Sit n' Go, 30/60 Blinds, 2 Players
LeggoPoker.com Hand History Converter

SB: 1,565
Hero (BB): 1,435

Pre-Flop: (90) Kd Ks dealt to Hero (BB)
SB raises to 120, Hero raises to 360, SB calls 240

Flop: (720) Kh 4d 3d (2 Players)
Hero bets 300

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Re: $6 HUSNG - 4 Hands

Post  jmoney711991 on Sat Jan 10, 2009 6:03 pm

Hand 1: I like the shove. He is c-betting with overcards a large portion of the time and you do have a lot of equity against a reasonable calling range I think. AT, 99-AA

Hand 2: On the flop I check-raise most of the time, although c/calling isn't bad either. You can do either one I think and be able to represent a hand if you miss because you called the flop. On the turn, I prefer c-raising all-in. You have more fold equity and it allows villain to bluff the ace.

Hand 3: I think everytime you get called when you shove so you have no fold equity. I prefer calling.

Hand 4: I prefer checking this flop.

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