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  1. TheLeakyFaucet

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    PokerStars Game #61093995129: Hold'em No Limit ($1/$2 USD) - 2011/04/20 17:07:11 ET
    Table 'Tydeus VI' 6-max Seat #5 is the button
    Seat 1: Hero ($222.30 in chips)
    Seat 2: FlaringAces ($248.45 in chips)
    Seat 3: TheGambler85 ($200 in chips)
    Seat 4: chrisdm ($205 in chips)
    Seat 5: MegaMarc1 ($211.05 in chips)
    Seat 6: hockeykev ($282.60 in chips)
    hockeykev: posts small blind $1
    Hero: posts big blind $2



    Dealt to Hero: :Qc: :Ah:
    FlaringAces: raises $5 to $7
    TheGambler85: calls $7
    chrisdm: folds
    MegaMarc1: folds
    hockeykev: folds
    Hero: calls $5

    FLOP
    :Td: :Jh: :Ac:
    Hero: checks
    FlaringAces: bets $12
    TheGambler85: folds
    Hero: calls $12

    TURN
    :Td: :Jh: :Ac: :Jd:
    Hero: checks
    FlaringAces: checks

    RIVER
    :Td: :Jh: :Ac: :Jd: :Kd:
    Hero: bets $26
    FlaringAces: raises $40 to $66
    Hero: raises $137.30 to $203.30 and is all-in
    FlaringAces: folds
    Uncalled bet ($137.30) returned to Hero
    Hero collected $175 from pot
    Hero: doesn't show hand
    SUMMARY
    Total pot $178 | Rake $3
    Board :Td: :Jh: :Ac: :Jd: :Kd:
    Seat 1: Hero (big blind) collected ($175)
    Seat 2: FlaringAces folded on the River
    Seat 3: TheGambler85 folded on the Flop
    Seat 4: chrisdm folded before Flop (didn't bet)
    Seat 5: MegaMarc1 (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
    Seat 6: hockeykev (small blind) folded before Flop
     
  2. Pro2type

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    sweet ... why not sqz pre?
     
  3. TheLeakyFaucet

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    think it has more value post than 3b/folding
     
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    Last few months I`m trying to optimize my game and started to seek common mistakes that I make without even thinking, just because they are turn it to a bad habit for doing them for so long … and that is one of the things that I had some thoughts about.
    ThanQ for the response!
     
  5. TheLeakyFaucet

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    No problem, Ive been thinking a lot about which hands to flat/3b/sqz OOP and just make sure Im playing as well as possible PF these days
     
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    weah, me too
    after all everything begins in freflop...in this topic I`ve listened to the “Memoirs of eajones”, and there are a few good ideas that worth to be considered.
     
  7. Zografa

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    why not just call river? is he ever calling with worse if you shove?
     
  8. craiggerz

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    It's not for value, he's bluffing vs straights + a few back door flushes.
     
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    dont think anyone is folding a flush here, mb some ppl will fold Q
     
  10. craiggerz

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    I completely disagree.

    The only thing I don't like about this hand is that villain could talk himself into calling with the nut flush (which makes a lot of sense here). Other then that I think everything folds if hero's read is that utg is a solid reg.

    PS: I think calling utg's river raise is pretty bad.
     
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  11. TheLeakyFaucet

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    Yep... I think calling is by far the worst option on the river
     

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