PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em Tourney, Big Blind is t150 (8 handed) converter
saw flop|saw showdown
yours truly (t7287)
Preflop: yours truly is Button with , .
1 fold, UTG+1 raises to t450, MP1 calls t450, 2 folds, yours truly calls t450, SB calls t375, 1 fold.
Flop: (t1950) , , (4 players)
SB bets t900, UTG+1 raises to t1800, MP1 folds, yours truly....
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Thread: $5r AQ on Axx with action
June 29th, 2005 #1
$5r AQ on Axx with action
June 29th, 2005 #2
Fold, I don't like that min-raise from UTG+1. Maybe 99?
June 29th, 2005 #3
OK this is such a borderlin situation for me, is it still rebuy period? If so, then I'm only going to risk about 2200, because if i bust out, I can rebuy (1500) add-on (1500) and then shortly add-on again at the break (2,000). For me, the chance to triple up here is worth the $15, as long as I can rebuy. Especially with as wacky as these guys play during the rebuy, and especially close to the break, this is an easy push for me here, any other sized raise is stupid, your committed anyways, jsut put'em in.
Post break, I dunno, this gets tricky. I think all 4 aces are in play right now, SB has a weak ace, UTG+1 has AJ-AQ, PF probably would raised it more with AK, but I could (probably) be wrong there. I call this bet and see what SB does, The pot has been reopened and there will be action behind you with a player who has shown interest in the pot. Probably, if your beat, he'll push here, and you can fold relatively cheaply, but most likely, with a raise and a call already, he'll flat call too. I don't like folding, but I like it more than raising.Luck is a Residue of Design.
June 29th, 2005 #4
If UTG+1 is a good player I'm strongly leaning to fold preflop.“There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're talking about.” - John von Neumann
June 29th, 2005 #5
June 29th, 2005 #6
This is a rebuy tourney? In that case I'm gambooling here.“There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're talking about.” - John von Neumann
June 30th, 2005 #7
its after the break. if it was before i wouldnt be posting
June 30th, 2005 #8
June 30th, 2005 #9
normally this is an easy fold for me. i dont even think about it just fold when it gets back to me. this time though, i took time before acting and actually went through the thought process with everyone on vent on what they could have.
i said to them the sb was on a weaker ace and he led out on the flop to see where he was. the initial raiser also had an ace, but his raises didnt seem like it was AK or aces up. so i put him on AT/AJ. so while av8tor and jbizzle told me to fold i decided to push lol. sb called and then initial raiser over called! i thought for sure i was done, but they both turned over AJ! had them drawing to 2 outs for a 22k pot lol. i was really happy with my play and the result. it helps to think sometimes
June 30th, 2005 #10Originally Posted by Jack King off“There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're talking about.” - John von Neumann
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