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Old 12-31-2005, 07:38 PM
MastiffPaul MastiffPaul is offline
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Default 20+2 hand, early w/ no reads, two pair on coordinated board

No reads.

15/30
Tourney Texas Hold'em Game Table
Seat 6 is the button
Total number of players : 9

Seat 2: VILLAIN (800)
Seat 3: Ok_Hui (825)
Seat 4: aaaoshep (745)
Seat 5: Mach73 (890)
Seat 6: BUDMANZZ (775)
Seat 7: ddoyles (740)
Seat 8: HERO (800)
Seat 9: oboesdiddy (1720)
Seat 10: giddyup29 (705)

ddoyles posts small blind (10)
HERO posts big blind (15)

Dealt to HERO [ 9c, 8d ]

One or two folds.
VILLAIN calls (15)
Everyone else folds.
HERO checks.

** Dealing Flop ** : [ Kd, 8h, 9d ]
HERO bets (40)
VILLAIN raises (80) to 80
HERO calls (40)
** Dealing Turn ** : [ 6d ]
HERO checks.
VILLAIN bets (125)
HERO shoves.
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Old 12-31-2005, 09:21 PM
Snarf Snarf is offline
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Default Re: 20+2 hand, early w/ no reads, two pair on coordinated board

My New Years party is starting soon...but on a quick note...

If you're worried about the draws - bet more on the flop - re-raise significantly on the flop....

Why wait until the diamond draw hits on the turn and one (wierd, but) possible straight draw hits as well to get your money?

Get your money in ahead - not behind.

Here on the turn - he'll call w/his completed draw - or likely fold his worse hand. (He MIGHT occassionally call w/ a kingie, but not often enough to make it worthwhile for ya)

So you pushed a value-less spot and missed your value on the flop...
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