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Old 12-28-2005, 08:33 PM
stealyourface stealyourface is offline
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Default Gigabet sweat hand (200+15)

***** Hand History for Game 3276462576 *****
NL Texas Hold'em $200 Buy-in + $15 Entry Fee Trny:18683648 Level:3 Blinds(25/50) - Wednesday, December 28, 19:04:32 EDT 2005
Table Table 68769 (Real Money)
Seat 9 is the button
Total number of players : 9
Seat 1: dlv54 ( $1195 )
Seat 2: flop3ace2ten ( $1220 )
Seat 3: Gigabet ( $805 )
Seat 4: eoanmen ( $2345 )
Seat 5: peterankin ( $735 )
Seat 6: kndanice ( $735 )
Seat 7: SamjoonLA ( $950 )
Seat 8: ComeOnPhish ( $855 )
Seat 9: Ssnakey1 ( $1160 )
Trny:18683648 Level:3
Blinds(25/50)
** Dealing down cards **
Gigabet calls [50].
eoanmen folds.
peterankin folds.
kndanice calls [50].
SamjoonLA folds.
ComeOnPhish folds.
Ssnakey1 folds.
dlv54 calls [25].
flop3ace2ten checks.
** Dealing Flop ** [ Jc, 9d, Ts ]
dlv54 checks.
flop3ace2ten checks.
Gigabet bets [150].
kndanice calls [150].
dlv54 folds.
flop3ace2ten folds.
** Dealing Turn ** [ Ks ]
Gigabet is all-In [605]
kndanice is all-In [535]
** Dealing River ** [ 9s ]
Gigabet shows [ Jh, Kh ] two pairs, kings and jacks.
kndanice shows [ Ad, Js ] two pairs, jacks and nines.
Gigabet wins 70 chips from side pot #1 with two pairs, kings and jacks.
Gigabet wins 1570 chips from the main pot with two pairs, kings and jacks.
kndanice finished in ninth place.
kndanice has left the table.


I don't get this turn bet. I know you got called by a worse hand, but is this really optimal?
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Old 12-28-2005, 08:49 PM
ace_in_the_hole ace_in_the_hole is offline
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Default Re: Gigabet sweat hand (200+15)

The turn makes that a very draw heavy board.
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Old 12-28-2005, 09:17 PM
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What about the preflop limp?
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Old 12-28-2005, 09:21 PM
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Default Re: Gigabet sweat hand (200+15)

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The turn makes that a very draw heavy board.

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the only draw the king added was a very unlikely flush draw. If someone already had a str8 draw, the king either gave them the straight or didn't help them.

edit: i suppose any ace can draw to the nut str8.
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Old 12-28-2005, 09:41 PM
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What about the preflop limp?

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Yeah, ummm..err...I don't have a clue what happened on this hand. Pre-flop limp UTG with KSs very suspect. Lead the flop...fine. Got called...hmmm. Scary turn card. Well, villain can't have KQ or JQ or a set because of preflop action....err well that doesn't make sense. Let's bet it all and find out if I'm behind....

Looks standard to me [img]/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:21 PM
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The king was a good card for me. Look at the flop action, I bet and get called by a player who still has two players to act yet. My bet was 3/4 of the pot, and a relatively strong bet for my stack. I was fairly certain I was behind when he called, however, when he doesn't raise my flop bet, with 2 left to act, he told me that his hand did not contain something with showdown value and a draw. So it was one or the other, and I figure a draw would be most likely to raise or fold in that spot. When the K hit, I was fairly certain that I had caught up. And if he did have a set, I thought there was a small chance of him folding.

As for limping utg, there were a couple players at the table who were capable of raising my limp, and folding to a reraise.
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:52 PM
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As far as limping under the gun, I was running out the door but didn't have time to add that I suspected there were some plans afoot to make a move.
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:22 AM
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Funny thing is, I see hands played EXACTLY like this at the $27s all the time--for completely different reasons.
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:39 AM
Eric Draven Eric Draven is offline
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The king was a good card for me. Look at the flop action, I bet and get called by a player who still has two players to act yet. My bet was 3/4 of the pot, and a relatively strong bet for my stack. I was fairly certain I was behind when he called, however, when he doesn't raise my flop bet, with 2 left to act, he told me that his hand did not contain something with showdown value and a draw. So it was one or the other, and I figure a draw would be most likely to raise or fold in that spot. When the K hit, I was fairly certain that I had caught up. And if he did have a set, I thought there was a small chance of him folding.

As for limping utg, there were a couple players at the table who were capable of raising my limp, and folding to a reraise.

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I wish I could think things through like this.
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:50 AM
Jbrochu Jbrochu is offline
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when he doesn't raise my flop bet, with 2 left to act, he told me that his hand did not contain something with showdown value and a draw.

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Doesn't he just call there with exactly K,Q? Are you just willing to go broke in that case since it's so unlikely especially when the K comes on the turn?
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