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12-23-2005 07:47 PM

good or bad play?
 
My question is wheather or not this was the correct play?

final table

aa in seat 1 is a lag preflop but poor post flop play
dd in seat 4 is tag and seems solid
ff in seat 7 is agressive but seems to overplay marginal hands

Table 13 - 2000 / 4000

Seat 1: aa (49,150)
Seat 2: bb (88,600)
Seat 3: cc (34,450)
Seat 4: dd (31,500)
Seat 5: ee (67,800)
Seat 6: ff (57,200)
Seat 7: gg (61,600)

Seat 6 posts the small blind of 2000
Seat 7 posts the big blind of 4000
The button is in seat #5
*** HOLE CARDS ***
aa is dealt TcTd
aa raises to 10000
bb folds
cc folds
dd reraises 21,500 to 31,500 and all in
ee folds
ff (small blind) folds
gg (big blind) calls 27,500
aa NOW FOLDS

is this a proper lay down or a bad lay down based on the math and the reads of the other palyers?

It seems to be based on the math this is a correct call.

results to follow later

mrjackstraw 12-23-2005 07:52 PM

Re: good or bad play?
 
push the first time around

woodguy 12-23-2005 08:15 PM

Re: good or bad play?
 
The big blind flat calling 1/2 his stack would scare the crap out me if I held TT, but he at least has to call PF, and maybe push.

What is the read on gg?

You gave a read for ff who folded, but not gg. (I think you meant ff as gg)

Since this is the final table, $EV != CEV, so a fold *may* be proper.

Lots of math here to consider, but I don't have the time right now.

My gut says push if we are ahead of gg (if he's a bit of a donk), that we we get an overlay on the main pot if he folds, or a good shot at the side pot if he's flat calling with shite.

Regards,
Woodguy

Copernicus 12-23-2005 10:42 PM

Re: good or bad play?
 
Unless there is a big step up in prize money soon I think this is a call. Get it all in and you are getting around 3:1 on your money, and you should be at least 33% to win the hand, a pretty strong overlay.


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