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  1. I agree with you both on a bigger turn bet, but the way he's played big flops like this I'm pretty confident half pot is enough to either get him to dump a miss or establish that he's got a piece of it. I don't think he'd just float me there. On the other hand, maybe he had J8 and I'm a donk.
  2. PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $2.00 BB (2 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.comSB ($228.80)Hero (Button) ($495.10)Preflop: Hero is Button with K, 5Hero raises to $6.00, SB calls $4.00Flop: ($12.00) K, J, A(2 players)SB checks, Hero bets $6.00, SB calls $6.00Turn: ($24.00) 5(2 players)SB checks, Hero bets $12.00, SB calls $12.00River: ($48.00) 8(2 players)SB bets $32.00,Total pot: $48.00 | Rake: $0.50He's pretty laggy postflop, but he rarely gets out of line or calls more than once on a total whiff. I also notice he tends to give up right away if he whiffs an ace high board
  3. I dunno, I feel like everybody's a bit gung ho about betting this when it seems to me to be a classic it depends scenario. This strikes me as about the most villain dependent thing you can come across. At 50NL, you've definitely got some unobservant, excessively aggressive opponents who will hang themselves if you show weakness and they've got a pair or an ace. I think if you've been c-betting everything, you have to c-bet this, unless you've got a really bad villain who will read any check as weakness. If not, if villain tends to get tricky, c-bet. Otherwise, I think there's a lot to be said
  4. Pretty close to what I went with. $35 into that pot? That doesn't even price out draws... I fell like if I'm going to bet, I need to bet big.
  5. So, once upon a time I used to post here kind of often. Then I stopped playing poker for an extended period of time. Now I'm back! No real reads or stats on anybody at the table.PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $2 BB (5 handed) Poker Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FCP)Button ($241.55)SB ($205.40)BB ($350.80)Hero ($197)MP ($285.25)Preflop: Hero is UTG with A , K . Hero raises to $8, 1 fold, Button calls $8, 1 fold, BB calls $6.Flop: ($25) K , T , Q (3 players)BB checks, Hero bets $19, Button calls $19, BB calls $19.Turn: ($82) 5 (3 players)BB checksHero?
  6. 7877 at 3rd break, down from about 10k after a KK v AA debaucle.
  7. 5450 at the break - got lucky once, other than that I still haven't seen anything remotely good cardwise.
  8. 3060 at the break - no hands for the first hour except a set of 8's with a guy betting into me late.
  9. I'm Willenation for anybody who might care to rail. GL all - especially Loosh, though
  10. Missed the Razz event because I just moved into my new dorm and didn't have internet yet, and today I have a hangover that feels like death, but I satted into this thing on points, so I'm playing.
  11. This is literally the absolute worst combination of pre- and post-flop play possible. When you play weak cards from the SB against the CL and flop a straight, thank your lucky stars when he moves you in and make the call.
  12. SHLHE is, as far as I know, the single highest variance game out there. I play the same levels and I've definitely had waaaaaaaaay bigger downswings than that. Just keep playing your game and it'll come back.
  13. Out. Raised from the CO with 88, button reraised (this is about the 4th time he's snapped me off), I pushed, he called with QK, river Q.
  14. I was at 7k at the break, dropped to 6.2 after a steal got snapped.
  15. Oh, and I've got Moneymaker on my right.Edit: Nevermind, he didn't last.
  16. Up to 3500 early after I caught my OESFD against kings. Who else is in?
  17. Clearly FT is rigged if Matusow is lucky enough to get the Krablar in that situation.
  18. A lot of CLs will limp with suited connectors/small pairs/garbage knowing if you miss they're taking it and you're going to miss most of the time. If you have a read that indicates differently, complete/give up after the flop comes out, but my instinct is to push pf here.
  19. Not quite the Smash system, but his hand was apparent and I knew I was getting better than the 8x payoff I needed if I flopped a set. It works, especially against overpairs and donkeys who can't throw away TP (read: all of Stars).PokerStars Game #6067525507: Hold'em No Limit ($3/$6) - 2006/08/27 - 04:37:00 (ET)Table 'Osita' 9-max Seat #5 is the buttonSeat 1: jstockton#10 ($598.80 in chips) Seat 2: Willenation ($490.50 in chips) Seat 3: asianj ($651 in chips) Seat 4: FourKing ($802.65 in chips) Seat 5: Blazed187 ($607.30 in chips) Seat 6: crackleback ($260.35 in chips) Seat 7: Lucky168la ($59
  20. Well, someone's freerolling the WCOOP. If you've got all sorts of extra W$ you need to unload before it starts, let me know.
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