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Title: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: adilong1 on January 07, 2019, 21:05:58 PM
Hi all ( ish )

This was about hand five after being moved table in a bounty tourney no notes on BB

Blinds are 200/400 both players on 50k ish

Folded to me in the SB  Kd 7d I Raise to 1200 and BB calls

Flop  Ks Kc Qh

I check and BB bets 2000 so i call.

Turn  3c

i check and once again BB bets 5000 so i call

River  10d

I check as expecting BB to lead and he does ALL IN!??

Call Fold Thoughts??
Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: noble1 on January 11, 2019, 21:14:32 PM
3x raise ok ish , slightly less imo better if you intend to open wide or have unknowns to your left.
prefer to cbet this for value rather than turn our hand into a bluff catcher versus an unknown.
after check calling flop turn. your river decision is ok...

Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: adilong1 on January 15, 2019, 19:21:53 PM
I take it you called the all in???
Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: noble1 on January 28, 2019, 15:15:46 PM
sorry i meant call/fold is both ok imho, without any reads i can see an argument for both options... flip a coin to decide  :)
i can think of more bluffing combo's than value hands, and the way you've played it, it can certainly cause some players to try/spazz out and knock you off a perceived queen x check calling flop/turn
Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: adilong1 on February 07, 2019, 09:41:53 AM
Yeah I see where your coming from.. I did call the all in and for a bonus point can you guess what he had??
Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: AMRN on February 08, 2019, 18:34:01 PM
 10c  10s
Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: noble1 on February 12, 2019, 11:47:40 AM
yep TT is a possibility
then u have TJ QJ AQ a weird AA now and then small pocket pairs turned into a bluff AXs with missed bd flush
other random hands he could turn into a bluff because he has position.
Because you hold a king blocker it makes this a tad more difficult, again oop no reads i'd played this a bit more straight forward....
Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
Post by: adilong1 on February 13, 2019, 19:32:14 PM
The Villanova tabled

 Kh Qd 😂😂😭😭
Title: Re: SB v BB Hand on PartyPoker
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