Playing at the new Revel Casino Atlantic City recently 1/2 NL bought in for $400 was up to $690 in roughly two hours. Get K 10 spades dealt to me third to act 9 players. I limp four other callers. Seat before the button raises to $15. I call everyone folds heads up... Flop comes out 2 10 10 rainbow. I think contemplate and very slowly check down to my opponent he reraises to all in for roughly $800 and change. I call we turn he showed A 10 to my K 10 one out and missed. Dont know if I should have called so quick or if I should have put him on the 2nd nuts which I am certain he didnt have 10 2 with a raise. I put him on QQ JJ even pocket 9's the player played tight but raised before with pocket 5's. Still am not sure if I made the right decision to call.
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Thread: King Ten Suited DISASTER
May 1st, 2012 #1
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King Ten Suited DISASTER
May 19th, 2012 #2
Raise preflop, and you played it well. Unlucky.
May 25th, 2012 #3
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Don't play that high so don't know if that was a good decision but feel like you could fold K10 with ease preflop as you are behind even an isolator's range so much in that spot and the fact it is suited etc and can make good straights really doesn't matter as you up against only one opponent- in a multiway this wouldn't be so bad. I don't know about the level you'r playing but I just think for me 1/2 is quite a high level and correspondingly as a 10 is in your range for calling quite a bit then the other player should easily fold overpairs to your re raise and the re re raise has to mean super strong real shame you didn't have 22 lol. I don't know with the call because your ahead of q10 j10 etc but its whether a player would isolate with those I think the answer's no but don't know the 1/2 dynamic if its possible or even likely that your opponent isos with those too its not so bad. I couldn't put him on an overpair in this spot but am not good enough to fold here either I don't see how you can fold here but I think folding pre was fine and even if he is isoing with say j9 I would just say he outolayed pre and fold. I know its really basic stuff but I'm always very cautious about hands that suffer domination issues as when they flop well they can still be in deep trouble it's also more visible when they flop well as you go from showing no aggression pre to lots post. Same as when you are drawing with them as you may be just call call raise
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