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Discussion in 'Poker Hands' started by ytricky, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. ytricky

    ytricky
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    Hand History for Game 2099104653 (IPoker)
    $100.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Tuesday , February 02 , 06:56:58 ET 2010
    Table Zuteha (Real Money)
    Seat 6 is the button
    Seat 1: TEXASPETE1721 ( $67.81 USD )
    Seat 5: chuii18 ( $237.00 USD )
    Seat 6: Hero ( $100.00 USD )
    TEXASPETE1721 posts small blind $0.50 .
    chuii18 posts big blind $1.00 .



    Dealt to Hero: :7d: :5d:
    Hero raises $4.00
    TEXASPETE1721 folds
    chuii18 raises $11.00
    Hero calls $8.00


    FLOP ($24.50)
    :4s: :3h: :7c:
    chuii18 bets $12.25
    Hero calls $12.25


    TURN ($49.00)
    :Kh:
    chuii18 bets $24.50
     
  2. ytricky

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    villain is a reg. But no history with him. Would you call down here? Only had like 80 hands on him, but he seemed pretty active.
     
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  3. D_Zoo

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    id just fold this turn
    but u dont really want to call 3bets even with pos with these hands until u get a little more used to the player. SO start off calling with a little tighter range to see how he plays
    That way u know what best is. SOmetimes rr'ing the flop is better vs players who barrel a ton and stuff and u can get a better indication what his half pot bets mean. Regardless calling flop is fine as played and I would fold turn
     

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