Here's a hand from last night I wanted to get some thoughts on - mostly on my river play.
Hand #4186685-6513 at Madras ($.25/$.50 Hold'em)
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Started at 03/Feb/05 22:37:40
jimiworm76 is at seat 0 with $10.85.
MICH is at seat 1 with $13.25.
3fish is at seat 2 with $5 (sitting out).
proxfan is at seat 3 with $3.85.
missandrst is at seat 4 with $8.20.
Girevik is at seat 5 with $14.70.
enjay is at seat 6 with $30.95.
Cover is at seat 7 with $24.75.
beavis68 is at seat 8 with $10.35.
Matty Bee is at seat 9 with $11.10.
The button is at seat 4.
Girevik posts the small blind of $.10.
enjay posts the big blind of $.25.
jimiworm76: -- --
MICH: -- --
proxfan: -- --
missandrst: -- --
Girevik: 6c 5c
enjay: -- --
Cover: -- --
beavis68: -- --
Matty Bee: -- --
Cover folds. beavis68 folds. Matty Bee folds.
jimiworm76 calls. MICH folds. proxfan calls.
missandrst folds. Girevik calls. enjay checks.
Flop (board: 7d 6d 9c):
Girevik bets $.25. enjay folds. jimiworm76 calls.
Turn (board: 7d 6d 9c 2c):
Girevik bets $.50. jimiworm76 calls.
River (board: 7d 6d 9c 2c 8c):
Girevik bets $.50. jimiworm76 raises to $1. Girevik
re-raises to $1.50. jimiworm76 re-raises to $2.
jimiworm76 shows Tc Jc.
jimiworm76 has Tc Jc 9c 2c 8c: flush, jack high.
Girevik mucks cards.
(Girevik has 6c 5c.)
Hand #4186685-6513 Summary:
$.30 is raked from a pot of $6.50.
jimiworm76 wins $6.20 with flush, jack high.
Basically I was thinking that if he had the flush I was probably beat, but given the fact that he'd need two clubs, and I knew were 5 of the 13 were, I figured the odds of him having them were slim - with a board of 6,7,8,9 I thought a straight was more likely. When he re-raised to cap it I figured I was dead, but I was getting 12-1 pot odds and couldn't seen folding there just in case he WOULD cap with a straight.
Should I have just called his raise and let it go at 2 bets?
Why couldn't that damn 7 have been the 7c and given the straight flush? That would have been my best hand of all time.
BTW - what's that hand converter everyone is using? I don't have that link.
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Thread: Thoughts on this hand
February 4th, 2005 #1
Thoughts on this hand
February 4th, 2005 #2
simple check call on the river, you are either beat or he will not call your bet.
good example of when only a better hand will call, y
ou are willing to put in 1 more bet but he is only going to call or raise you with a hand that can beat you. instead use that 1 extra bet to call with, this way you will induce him to bluff when he doesn't have you beat (winning a bet that betting out doesn't get you) and you only lose 1 bet instead of 2 or more when you are beat.
February 4th, 2005 #3Originally Posted by Steve-O
February 4th, 2005 #4
February 4th, 2005 #5
I'm sorry i didn't see it was a flush on the river I thought you both had straights.
A main reason I hate when people post hand histories, instead of typing out a summary.
February 4th, 2005 #6
February 4th, 2005 #7
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I thought you were going nuts steve-o.
This is a tough one Gir. People are so flush shy, it may have been better to just call the raise.
Gir went on a tear after this and won 3 8BB pots in a row.
The only pot I won all night was a bluff from the BB with 74o.
February 4th, 2005 #8Originally Posted by Beavis68
I guess I just got caught up in the "what are the odds he has two of the 8 clubs left in the deck?" thinking.
February 4th, 2005 #9
Originally Posted by Girevik
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February 4th, 2005 #10
Yeah - when he capped I was pretty sure I was beat, but I had 12-1 odds. I had to take the shot just in case he would cap with the top straight.
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