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Old Jun 23, 2011, 12:59am   #10
darryl
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Yes, I understand that, but the fact that I'm usually not thinking "well, in a similar situation, when I'm jamming my equity is slightly less than if I call" Mostly I'm just thinking, well I'm probably good here 1/3 of the time, so is there enough in the pot to call. Or every now and then I'm thinking, "that was an awesome catch, how did he not break his leg?" When I guess I should be thinking, "well, given the range I think the villain(s) are on, based on similar situations, if I call, I have about X equity, if I raise I have Y and if I jam, I have Z.

BTW. I ended up jamming, the villain called with a straight and no redraws. No one else called. I bricked both turn and river. I was about 2/3 to win at the flop when I plugged the numbers in based on our exact cards which at this point I don't remember. Not that I should be results oriented, I was just glad I got my money in good. I thought I may have had some fold equity in the hand as well, but looking back, I really didn't have a whole lot.

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