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Old Mar 04, 2008, 8:18pm   #1
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Default set slowplayed, turns to full against a lower one

Poker Stars, $0.02/$0.05 NL Hold'em Cash Game, 8 Players

MP2: $2.42
CO: $5.68
BTN: $3.93
SB: $6
BB: $1.10
UTG: $9.95
TheCleaner77 (UTG+1): $7.65
MP1: $11.92

Pre-Flop: T:spade: T:diamond: dealt to TheCleaner77 (UTG+1)
UTG calls $0.05, TheCleaner77 raises to $0.25, 6 folds, UTG calls $0.20

Flop: ($0.57) T:club: Q:heart: 4:diamond: (2 Players)
UTG checks, TheCleaner77 checks

Turn: ($0.57) T:club: Q:heart: 4:diamond: [ Q:spade: ] (2 Players)
UTG bets $0.40, TheCleaner77 calls $0.40

River: ($1.37) T:club: Q:heart: 4:diamond: Q:spade: [ 9:club: ] (2 Players)
UTG checks, TheCleaner77 bets $2.05, UTG raises to $6, TheCleaner77 raises to $7 and is All-In, UTG calls $1

Results: $15.37 Pot ($0.75 Rake)
UTG mucked 9:heart: 9:spade: and LOST (-$7.65 NET)
TheCleaner77 showed T:spade: T:diamond: (a full house, Tens full of Queens) and WON $14.62 (+$6.97 NET)


Actually, on the flop i thought my opponent has not much of a piece of the flop, maybe a lower pair because of his fast check, but then I thought he has a weak queen, I just thought he wanted to trap me with the turn bet, so I waited a little bit and then I just called, knowing to have the best hand and to get more money out of him by raising his river bet.
I thought I dont represent a queen and I think he didn´t put me on my flopped set.

That the river makes him a lower full house, that was REALLY lucky.When I look back, that was best card for me to come.

But if he had a higher pair or one queen, would I got more money by playing the same way (thats what I thought)
than betting on the flop and/or re-raising his turn bet??
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Old Mar 04, 2008, 9:48pm   #2
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general advice....you are playing micro limits. dont put too much thought in it, just play your cards right.
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Old Mar 04, 2008, 9:55pm   #3
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You made a 460bb mistake on this hand. In a game where you sometimes struggle to win more than 2bb per 100 hands, this is a significant mistake.

Learn.
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I dont get the 4600bb mistake part.

can you buyin for 200bb at these stakes ?

Anyway... Youre slowplaying at 5NL man. That can only be bad in my opinion. Im betting flop 100% of the time. Winning at poker is not about being fancy. Its about folding and playing big pots with big hands.
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Old Mar 05, 2008, 3:17am   #5
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Uh, can we go for 4600BB? Sorry, about the mistake. It was 46 big blinds lost by not being at the full 200bb, $10 buy in.
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yeah I tought it was related to the buyin.

Being deep stack is just an other reason to bet bet bet bet bet. Man, you slowplayed 2 streets with a set at 5NL. Bad.
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Yeah, slowplaying two streets isn´t good. I just got lucky with the nine on the river, thats true.

But I think , even in micro limits, you should practice and try to read your opponents hands,
and make certain moves (but i admit, this was a silly one).
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