Seat 1: Sneekee Pete ($1,350 in chips)
Seat 2: timmy 69 ($1,500 in chips)
Seat 3: jaweljawel ($1,500 in chips)
Seat 4: LilTinyElvis ($1,490 in chips)
Seat 5: harby ($1,350 in chips)
Seat 6: all-in esti ($1,350 in chips)
Seat 7: jace676 ($1,225 in chips)
Seat 8: Bonger_Jr ($1,500 in chips)
Seat 9: IKH ($1,500 in chips)
Seat 10: Absinth911 [10S,AH] ($2,235 in chips)
harby posts blind ($10), all-in esti posts blind ($20).
jace676 calls $20, Bonger_Jr calls $20, IKH folds, Absinth911 (I hold A10) bets $80, Sneekee Pete calls $80, timmy 69 folds, jaweljawel folds, LilTinyElvis folds, harby folds, all-in esti calls $60, jace676 folds, Bonger_Jr calls $60.
FLOP [board cards QH,AS,KD ]
all-in esti bets $270, Bonger_Jr folds, Absinth911 bets $600, Sneekee Pete bets $930, all-in esti calls $660, Absinth911 calls $330.
TURN [board cards QH,AS,KD,10C ]
all-in esti checks, Absinth911 checks, Sneekee Pete bets $340 and is all-in, all-in esti folds, Absinth911 calls $340.
RIVER [board cards QH,AS,KD,10C,4S ]
Absinth911 shows [ 10S,AH ]
Sneekee Pete wins $3,820.
Sneekee Pete, bets $1,350, collects $3,820, net $2,470
timmy 69, loses $0
jaweljawel, loses $0
LilTinyElvis, loses $0
harby, loses $10
all-in esti, loses $1,010
jace676, loses $20
Bonger_Jr, loses $80
IKH, loses $0
Absinth911, loses $1,350
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Thread: How would you play this hand?
February 5th, 2006 #1
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How would you play this hand?
February 5th, 2006 #2
this is my very first post in this forum so maybe my answer wont have any credibility but I will answer anyway. By the way im not really good in english so dont be surprise if my syntax is totally awful !
With such a flop you did a good raise because you had the best pair and a straight draw. You should have paid attention to the re-raise of Sneekee Pete though. With a straight draw he wouldnt have re-raised. If you consider that he may have the straight your hand is totally useless. A Jack would simply split the pot. You should have folded.
The turn counterfeited your hand. The jack on the river would mean a straight on the board. Your only chance to beat a straight would be another 10 or Ace to complete the full house. 8 on 1 . Now folding is absolutly necessary.
February 5th, 2006 #3
Simple answer is not at all. FOld preflop.
February 5th, 2006 #4
February 5th, 2006 #5
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because it is too weak.
February 5th, 2006 #6Originally Posted by Nightshades
February 5th, 2006 #7
Ok maybe you guys just play AK suited or Pocket Ace but I would give ATo a chance.
You guys are expert (?) right ?
Why dont you explain your reasoning instead of just saying that its too weak ?
February 5th, 2006 #8
just the way you said it was funny. Obviously its good to play in allot of situations. This one, i think he played it good preflop.
HOwever on the flop i fold this really fast. Once i see strength from two players like this, i gott let it go, based on experiance. basically sneekee pete is the one im worried about. CAlling like you did is bad here. Either re-raise and go all in, or fold.
February 5th, 2006 #9
hehe im not the one who played that hand
but you gotta explain me why you fold your ATo before any raise. The blind is quite low after all ?
February 6th, 2006 #10
I dont play 10 handed games, but if i did, I would fold the ATo.
A. 2ppl have already entered the pot, to make them fold, I would have to bet 6-8bb. (and i want them to fold pf!)
B. also, my position is poor. Im like 4th -5th to act, so a possibility that someon after me might raise.
C. ATo is a weak hand for community pots. Its not really a drawing hand.
So in this case, i would either call or fold. b/c of the position I fold.
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