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Old May 06, 2006, 2:43pm   #1
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Just want thoughts on how this hand was played. Should i have played it any differently?

***** Hand History for Game 4196171144 *****
$200 NL Texas Hold'em - Friday, May 05, 23:44:25 ET 2006
Table Table 107409 (Real Money)
Seat 1 is the button
Total number of players : 6
Seat 4: jjjoe ( $121.15 )
Seat 6: jimiblake ( $107.13 )
Seat 2: opti0n ( $207.30 )
Seat 5: BluRibbonwin ( $135.30 )
Seat 1: larsson62 ( $209.70 )
Seat 3: WildWoolyB ( $81.05 )
opti0n posts small blind [$1].
WildWoolyB posts big blind [$2].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to opti0n [ Qd Qh ]
jjjoe folds.
BluRibbonwin raises [$6].
jimiblake folds.
larsson62 folds.
opti0n raises [$19].
WildWoolyB folds.
BluRibbonwin calls [$14].
** Dealing Flop ** [ Qs, 9h, Tc ]
opti0n bets [$15].
BluRibbonwin raises [$55].
opti0n raises [$105.03].
BluRibbonwin is all-In [$60.30]
** Dealing Turn ** [ Ks ]
** Dealing River ** [ 8h ]
opti0n shows [ Qd, Qh ] three of a kind, queens.
BluRibbonwin shows [ Js, Kc ] a straight, nine to king.
opti0n wins $4.73 from side pot #1 with three of a kind, queens.
BluRibbonwin wins $269.60 from the main pot with a straight, nine to king.
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Old May 06, 2006, 3:37pm   #2
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Well the fact that he called a 7xBB reraise preflop with KJo would have probably thrown me off as well if I had been in your place. Unless I had him pegged as a LAG to begin with then I think it would have been hard to put him on this hand.

I would have bet on the flop, and then when he reraised I honestly would have put him on an overpair, AA/KK or maybe 1010 and reraised or pushed AI here as well, just as you did.

I'm not the best player out there but I think you played it fine and just got unlucky to have been out flopped by a donkey.
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Old May 06, 2006, 7:06pm   #3
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Thanks, and yeah thats exactly how i was thinking. I figured most likely he had either flopped trip 9's or 10's or had AQ, since i would have expected a re-raise from a higher pair.
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Old May 06, 2006, 7:18pm   #4
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I don't see how you can get away from this hand, as he could have re-raised you with all sorts, trips, TPTK, open-ended draw, or the made str8.

You could have bet more on the flop to define your hand better and then when he re-raises you know he wants to play for stacks. But I don't think that would have stopped you pushing all-in, would it?

Tough hand.
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Old May 06, 2006, 8:31pm   #5
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I was essentially slowplaying with that bet. Even if i bet a good amount and he raises, i think i'd have to call or reraise. It'd be different if i was just holding like AA or something. Thanks for the comments.
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