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About KarlStelter

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  1. Yeah Donk4life, I agree with you here. I was way overthinking the situation and my reraise on the turn was hasty - I wanted to get him out of the hand as the pot was large enough to just want to take it down. When he reraised me again, my gut told me I was in trouble. A call would have sufficed and then see what he does on the river just in case he did have a set, which would take me out of the FT (as it unfortunately did). Live and learn I guess...it didn't help that I was up for 35 hours straight to that point either, but I'm not here to make excuses.In the end a simple call on the turn and
  2. You're discounting the play that he smooth called my bet, which he NEVER DOES. It's always a 3bet...so why smooth call here? To me this screamed high pair and trap. Also, why is he being aggressive on the flop with a set? It's 9 high and likely to completely miss me - why reraise it here and scare out a potential payoff? It doesn't make sense.You are right that the 4bet on the turn was weird, but it does fit in nicely with the overpair story. I did hesitate and consider the set possibility after his 4bet jam - but wouldn't he also do the same thing if he felt I was on AKs flush draw? or a medi
  3. Here's a brief summary before I give you the hand info. We'd been 5 handed for a bit and I'm tied for big stack at the table. We're both raising decently often, but if he'd ever get in a hand with me he'd reraise. This time he smooth called, which sent warning bells zooming through my head. Here's the hand - tell me what you think:*********** # 1 **************PokerStars Game #46364153643: Tournament #318020010, $200+$15 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level XXXIV (125000/250000) - 2010/07/05 1:52:09 ETTable '318020010 454' 9-max Seat #4 is the buttonSeat 1: iSpeeZ (4273130 in chips)Seat 2: JIZOINT (51
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