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Old Apr 01, 2004, 4:22pm   #1
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Was this a good fold? I had no idea i was winning going in to the river

At the time i recognized it was 2 to 1 payout, but Im not sure what my chances were of hitting. I figured at least one person had the 10 of hearts, but I thought the other guy had at least two pr, putting him on a possible boat with the river to come...

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***** Hand History for Game 494629412 *****
0/0 TexasHTGameTable (NL) - Thu Apr 01 12:14:40 EST 2004
Table Proud Mary (Real Money) -- Seat 6 is the button
Total number of players : 10
Seat 1: Lakemen56 ( $16.85)
Seat 2: RJF007 ( $77.76)
Seat 3: skins4 ( $25)
Seat 4: Durwood03 ( $29.80)
Seat 5: BlingPing ( $64.70)
Seat 6: blurs ( $34.05)
Seat 7: havensrr ( $11.55)
Seat 8: buckeyesjs ( $10.45)
Seat 9: Sydalee ( $21.20)
Seat 10: tampy ( $44.30)
havensrr posts small blind (0.25)
buckeyesjs posts big blind (0.50)
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to BlingPing [ Kh, Qd ]
Sydalee folds.
tampy folds.
Lakemen56 folds.
RJF007 calls (0.50)
skins4 folds.
Durwood03 calls (0.50)
BlingPing calls (0.50)
blurs calls (0.50)
havensrr calls (0.25)
buckeyesjs checks.
** Dealing Flop ** : [ Ah, Jh, 9h ]
havensrr bets (3)
buckeyesjs calls (3)
RJF007 calls (3)
Durwood03 folds.
BlingPing calls (3)
blurs folds.
** Dealing Turn ** : [ 8d ]
havensrr bets (8.05)
havensrr is all-In.
buckeyesjs calls (6.95)
buckeyesjs is all-In.
RJF007 folds.
BlingPing: hmm, nut flush and a straight draw...
BlingPing folds.
** Dealing River ** : [ 2h ]
Creating Main Pot with $27.50 with buckeyesjs
Creating Side Pot 1 with $1.10 with havensrr
** Summary **
Main Pot: $27.50 | Side Pot 1: $1.10 | Rake: $1.40
Board: [ Ah Jh 9h 8d 2h ]
Lakemen56 balance $16.85, didn't bet (folded)
RJF007 balance $74.26, lost $3.50 (folded)
skins4 balance $25, didn't bet (folded)
Durwood03 balance $29.30, lost $0.50 (folded)
BlingPing balance $61.20, lost $3.50 (folded)
blurs balance $33.55, lost $0.50 (folded)
havensrr balance $1.10, bet $11.55, collected $1.10, lost -$10.45 [ 7s 4h ] [ a flush, ace high -- Ah,Jh,9h,4h,2h ]
buckeyesjs balance $27.50, bet $10.45, collected $27.50, net +$17.05 [ 5c Th ] [ a flush, ace high with ten kicker -- Ah,Jh,Th,9h,2h ]
Sydalee balance $21.20, didn't bet (folded)
tampy balance $44.30, didn't bet (folded)
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Old Apr 01, 2004, 4:23pm   #2
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Given that I thought one person had two pr, I think I made a good fold but im still not sure about the pot odds.
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Old Apr 01, 2004, 4:35pm   #3
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I'm all in after the $3 bet on the flop.

You got 13 cards that help you, and you get two shots to get one of them. There were 2 stacks of about $10 in the hand, and one stack of $6x (who would have folded on the turn anyway - but you didn't know that) that were in the pot.

You would have A) won the pot out right. or B) been called by everyone and won that hand.

If I have the oppurtunity to commit my opponents to their entire stack with a great chance at the best hand, I'll milk it every time. Give action to get action. But that's just the way I play.

One question. Why no preflop raise?
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Old Apr 01, 2004, 10:27pm   #4
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I'm not an expert or anything, but I don't think you should raise with K-Q offsuit in the position he was in.
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Old Apr 02, 2004, 6:57pm   #5
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He was one off the button with a two limpers behind him. He let the SB in cheap, and the BB in free. I may not CALL a raise with KQo, but I damn sure would make a small one. If you can't have it represent it.

Again, this is the way I play. I never let the SB and BB for cheap.

Note who the bettors (and the winner) were - the SB and BB! Hands that had ZERO reason to be in that hand.
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Old Apr 09, 2004, 6:21pm   #6
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I am now afraid to play aseyer. I think that is some really good strategy with that hand. I no longer slow play anything. If i think I have a hand I am raising so that the people with low suited cards have to pay to see their flush. This way the pots that I win will be more than the wons I lose. Again, nice strategy.
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Old Apr 09, 2004, 6:40pm   #7
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Ooh, I've instilled fear! My day is complete.

Seriously though, thanks for the compliment. Online I play under 787Style or Tx787Style if you really want to run in fear. I'm usually in some tournament at Stars....
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