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About HarlemzKing

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  1. You would be surprised at what players would flat with in a $1 + $0.20 tournament.As for the hand, the hands that I could see calling is QJhh, AQhh, Q10hh, KQhh maybe even KK, AA, QQ, JJ, 10s, 4s, 3s, or 8s if they were really bad or any combo of Broadway cards with a Q. I'm check/folding on the turn as played. If there was one player then maybe, MAYBE I could merit a check/call on the turn and evaluate the river, but two is too many players for my taste.
  2. Bubble bursted already, down to final 18
  3. PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $4.00+$0.40 Tournament, 300/600 Blinds 50 Ante (9 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.comMP1 (t15164)MP2 (t6420)MP3 (t20281)Villain (t10001)Button (t20967)Hero (SB) (t19471)BB (t19588)UTG (t14196)UTG+1 (t8885)Hero's M: 14.42Preflop: Hero is SB with 9, 9UTG calls t600, 2 folds, MP2 calls t600, MP3 calls t600, Villain bets t9951 (All-In), 1 fold
  4. This is just from my POV, but you also have to take notice that you know nothing about the villain and you have a marginal hand. Your situation is a perfect example of Gap Concept. Personally, I would shove with QQ or better, AK offsuit and suited. That 3 bet from the BB to me just shows so much strength when I know nothing about him. I would choose a better spot and start looking for hands to shove with now after I fold the tens.
  5. M= 2.5Standard shove, hope for the best
  6. Bleh, I hate it too. Just moved to that table with unknowns, and a 3Bet from the BB. It's a small 3bet which looks incredibly enticing to shove on, but I feel JJ or better, AQs or better he has in that spot.On the other hand, with his small 3bet, he is giving himself fold equity if you shove, but that's highly unlikely with the SB's stack being so shallow. Final word: Dump it.
  7. Now what's wrong with discussing poker with someone in person. And it's also something I've wanted to do for a while. How many of the top players in the world have friends that they could discuss hands with and strategy with? Almost all if not all.
  8. I don't know where to post this on FCP, so I thought I come here. I'm basically looking for a couple of poker players who practice the small ball philosophy to chat with on a frequent basis about hand histories, hands recently played live, ideas, strategies, the works. I believe this would benefit both parties in becoming better poker players. Send a PM to me with contact info.
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