Did I play this set correctly?  

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Siego7
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May 18, 2017 9:39 pm  

Overlimped from SB.
Question is if I should have played the hand differently?
Showdown will be posted afterwards

 

Game #510805092: Table NL4 - 0.02/0.04 - No Limit Hold'Em - 11:51:45 2017/05/19
*** Seated players ***
Seat 1: pekkel (€3.66)
Seat 2: Hero (€4.23)
Seat 4: 6sdf4a65df4a (€4.11)
Seat 5: DonnieDarkol (€3.85)
*** Blinds and button ***
pekkel has the button
Hero posts small blind, €0.02
6sdf4a65df4a posts big blind, €0.04
*** Hole cards ***
Dealt to Hero [3h 3d]
Dealt in 6sdf4a65df4a
Dealt in DonnieDarkol
Dealt to pekkel

*** Preflop ***
DonnieDarkol calls €0.04
pekkel calls €0.04
Hero calls €0.02
6sdf4a65df4a checks

*** Flop ***
[8s 3s Qd]
Hero checks
6sdf4a65df4a checks
DonnieDarkol checks
pekkel bets €0.16
Hero raises €0.40 to €0.40
6sdf4a65df4a folds
DonnieDarkol folds
pekkel calls €0.24

*** Turn ***
[8s 3s Qd] [4c]
Hero checks
pekkel bets €0.34
Hero calls €0.34

*** River ***
[8s 3s Qd] [4c] [7h]
Hero bets €1.30
pekkel calls €1.30


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Alton - MicroGrinder Poker
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May 20, 2017 1:03 pm  

Like the pre-flop overlimp. On the flop, leading, check-calling or check-raising are all fine options because the board is super dry. What is most optimal depends on in-game dynamics and how your opponents are playing.

As played, when you check-raise the flop and villain donks into you on the turn you should be raising here 100% of the time. The reason being is we have a set and if villain doesn't have a bigger set, we have the nuts. Our goal is to maximize value and get stacks in on the turn or river. So when villain leads the turn, raise. 🙂


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Siego7
(@siego7)
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May 20, 2017 4:41 pm  

*** Showdown ***

pekkel shows a pair of Kings [KdKc]
Hero shows three of a kind Threes [3h3d] and wins

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Ok, I will be raising the turn as well next time.
Will villain still call an all-in bet on the river after 2 raises?


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