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Siego7
(@siego7)
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September 21, 2017 1:17 am  

The past week I didn't play a single all-in... I didn't get the cards, missed all sets, straight & flush draws...or I did not get any action with premium hands.
Today the situation was finally good!

Just one question: was my reraise on the flop correct? If so, sizing as well?

 

Game #578493824: Table NL4 - 0.02/0.04 - No Limit Hold'Em - 14:56:23 2017/09/21

***Seated players ***
Seat 1: Maria73 (€4.09)
Seat 2: klea (€4.45)
Seat 4: Hero (€4.87)
Seat 5: aaaaart77 (€4.18)
Seat 6: net-deneg (€4.80)

*** Blinds and button **
Maria73 has the button
Idea posts small blind, €0.02
Hero posts big blind, €0.04

*** Hole cards***
Dealt in klea
Dealt to Hero [9d 9s]
Dealt in aaaaart77
Dealt in net-deneg
Dealt in Maria73

*** Preflop ***
aaaaart77 raises €0.12 to €0.12
net-deneg folds
Maria73 calls €0.12
klea calls €0.10
Hero calls €0.08

[pot size: €0.48]

*** Flop *** [Js 7c 9c]
klea checks
Hero checks
aaaaart77 checks
Maria73 bets €0.40
klea folds
Hero raises €1 to €1
aaaaart77 folds
Maria73 raises €3.57 to €3.97, and is all-in
Hero calls €2.97

*** Showdown ***
***Turn ***[Js 7c 9c] [9h]

*** River *** [Js 7c 9c] [9h] [2s]
Maria73 shows [7d 7h], Full house
Hero shows [9d 9s], Four of a kind, Nines
Hero  wins €8.34 


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crance99
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September 21, 2017 3:26 am  

I think you played that hand correctly. You needed to raise to not allow someone thr correct odds to call on the flop. Their are lots of draws and people in the pot. I might have made the re raise a little bigger maybe to $1.20. This would leave a pot size bet on the turn to get the money all in.


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Alton - MicroGrinder Poker
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September 21, 2017 2:42 pm  

In multi-way pots on really wet board textures, I tend to lead out if I'm playing OOP to the pre-flop raiser. The reason is that we don't want to allow everyone to potentially check back the flop and realize their drawing equity for free (get a free turn card).

As played, I'm check/raise around a pot-sized raise, which in this case would be $1.28.


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Siego7
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September 21, 2017 6:14 pm  

Ok, thanks for the help guys!


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