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  1. Assume the x x is 8 2, or 9 4. If they were connected and applied to the 2nd scenario, then we would have to protect against the draw. If they weren't connected and a rainbow, would it be profitable to allow the LAG or the TAG to bet?
  2. I was discussing this situation with a friend and how you would approach. Different views but anyways, let's assume that you have rockets in the SB and it folds all around. You raise it 5x and the BB calls. For argument's sake, let's assume both stacks are full. The flop is: A x x, rainbow. If the BB is 75/4.0/1.50 over 100 hands, would you check or lead out? What if the BB was 17/17/2.5 over 100 hands? Same situation except let's assume the flop is: A x x, two same suits. Would you lead out to protect against the flush draw against the uber-loose passive? What about the 17/17 player? What mov
  3. And the continuation...Full Tilt Poker Game #5019224223: Table Birch (6 max) - $0.05/$0.10 - No Limit Hold'em - 17:02:22 ET - 2008/01/27Seat 1: Sash16 ($5.70)Seat 2: mybrr ($4.10)Seat 3: hertagnism ($3.35)Seat 4: Anatole S ($4.40)Seat 5: PiKKio ($10)Seat 6: metivi ($10)mybrr posts the small blind of $0.05hertagnism posts the big blind of $0.105 seconds left to actThe button is in seat #1*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to hertagnism [Kc Jd]Anatole S foldsPiKKio foldsSash16 calls $0.10mybrr calls $0.05hertagnism checks*** FLOP *** [Ts 9d Qs]mybrr checkshertagnism checksSash16 bets $0.30mybrr raises to $
  4. Commence temporary tilt!Full Tilt No-Limit Hold'em, $0.10 BB (5 handed) Full-Tilt Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FlopTurnRiver Cards)Hero ($4.75)MP ($6.10)Button ($8.45)SB ($2.45)BB ($7.05)Preflop: Hero is UTG with , . Hero raises to $0.35, MP calls $0.35, Button calls $0.35, SB calls $0.30, BB calls $0.25.Flop: ($1.75) , , (5 players)SB bets $2.1 (All-In), BB folds, Hero calls $2.10, MP calls $2.10, Button raises to $8.1 (All-In), Hero calls $2.30 (All-In), MP calls $3.65 (All-In).Turn: ($19.75) (4 players, 4 all-in)River: ($19.75) (4 players, 4 all-in)Final Pot: $22.1Resul
  5. The needle at the end is so painful. But it's expectedSeat 4: mister Fuchs (4,416)Seat 5: totof60 x (1,140)Seat 6: Harem82 (3,550)Seat 7: Triell (3,024)Seat 9: hertagnism (1,370)totof60 x posts the small blind of 80Harem82 posts the big blind of 160The button is in seat #4*** HOLE CARDS ***Dealt to hertagnism [Kd Kh]Triell foldshertagnism raises to 1,370, and is all inmister Fuchs calls 1,370totof60 x foldsHarem82 foldshertagnism shows [Kd Kh]mister Fuchs shows [Js Ad]*** FLOP *** [7d 6c 2h]*** TURN *** [7d 6c 2h] [9c]*** RIVER *** [7d 6c 2h 9c] [As]hertagnism shows a pair of Kingsmister Fuchs
  6. I think the structure is fine. It's the beauty of editing that makes it seem like after 3 or 4 hands the blinds jump. In reality it's probably like 6 or 7? But I can't believe Hellmuth won again. I'm still waiting for the show to be uploaded on to pokertube.
  7. Totally forgot about the Krablar!But yeah, I can't buy in with the full 100BB because it would rep 1/5 of my entire roll. So I just buy in with the minimum and play extremely tight aggressive and try to grind it out, thus I can't play the usual hands I normally play. Resulted in Villain calling with Q 7 suited and won with a flush.
  8. Full Tilt No-Limit Hold'em, $0.10 BB (6 handed) Full-Tilt Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FlopTurnRiver)SB ($4.05)Hero ($2)UTG ($4.15)MP ($1.95)CO ($9.95)Button ($10.30)Preflop: Hero is BB with K, 3. 3 folds, Button calls $0.10, SB completes, Hero checks.Flop: ($0.30) 3, K, 2(3 players)SB bets $0.3, Hero raises to $0.7, Button calls $0.70, SB folds.Turn: ($2) 8(2 players)Hero bets $1.2 (All-In), Button calls $1.20.River: ($0) 9(2 players, 1 all-in)Final Pot: $4.40Standard?
  9. Call and then evaluate after flop. Assuming those numbers mean tight, the range that Hwystar put out is about right. Although I'm on the edge about TT since I see alot of tight players limping in with them.
  10. Live experience is the best. But I found that Ace on the River, Super System 1 & 2 helped me alot. I'm trying to grasp Sklansky's work but all the math doesn't make it a easy read.
  11. I went over to the PT site and was looking at the add-ons. The PokerAce HUD and the Poker Shark caught my attention the most. Do you guys have any experience with it as I am 95% sure I will get PT in the next couple of weeks.
  12. On the topic of PT, how much has it helped you guys? I've been considering purchasing it for quite some time but would like to hear some opinions.
  13. Wow.... did you at least search for that guy out and return the favor later?
  14. Fixed your post.If say hero raises to $.90-$1, that would leave around $1.2 left on stack. I would automatic shove on that board but would anyone consider a check to evaluate?
  15. Full Tilt No-Limit Hold'em, $0.10 BB (6 handed) Full-Tilt Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FlopTurnRiver)Hero ($2.20)UTG ($4)MP ($9.90)CO ($8.30)Button ($1.60)SB ($4.35)Villain is loose passive. Plays almost ATC.Preflop: Hero is BB with Q, Q. MP raises to $0.25, 3 folds, Hero raises to $0.7, MP calls $0.35.Was the r/r big enough? Flop: ($1.35) J, 4, 4(3 players)Hero bets $0.9, MP calls $0.90.On a board like this, should I have checked first or lead out as played? What should have been done differently?Turn: ($3.15) 6(3 players)Hero bets $0.7 (All-In)At this point with only 7bb
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