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Old 12-28-2005, 09:59 PM
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Did i play this reallly badly? I put him on JJ and thout i could milk a double up

$50 NL Texas Hold'em - Wednesday, December 28, 19:22:43 EDT 2005
Table Table 65208 (6 max) (Real Money)
Seat 5 is the button
Total number of players : 6
Seat 1: FISHREALBIG ( $50 )
Seat 2: Nov24_03 ( $135.10 )
Seat 4: drc1979 ( $113.12 )
Seat 5: AKTRAGOS ( $23.45 )
Seat 3: local1sparky ( $48.75 )
Seat 6: hkjc00076132 ( $52.50 )
hkjc00076132 posts small blind [$0.25].
FISHREALBIG posts big blind [$0.50].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to FISHREALBIG [ Ac Ad ]
drc1979: nh
Nov24_03 folds.
local1sparky folds.
Nov24_03: ta
drc1979 raises [$2].
AKTRAGOS folds.
hkjc00076132 folds.
FISHREALBIG raises [$6.50].
drc1979 calls [$5].
** Dealing Flop ** [ 5s, 6d, 9h ]
FISHREALBIG checks.
drc1979 bets [$15].
FISHREALBIG calls [$15].
** Dealing Turn ** [ Td ]
FISHREALBIG checks.
drc1979 bets [$15].
FISHREALBIG is all-In.
hkjc00076132: 28?
drc1979 calls [$13].
** Dealing River ** [ 5d ]
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:14 PM
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Default Re: $NL 50 played AA wrong?

raise more pf, lead flop for pot or c/r ai...
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:19 PM
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more than $7? doesnt that bet too many hands out. He raised to $2 (4BB) and i raise to something like $10 hes folding anything ut KK OR QQ
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:40 PM
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Default Re: $NL 50 played AA wrong?

7 or 8 is fine, hh are hard to read
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Old 12-28-2005, 11:51 PM
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more than $7? doesnt that bet too many hands out. He raised to $2 (4BB) and i raise to something like $10 hes folding anything ut KK OR QQ

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he's calling with these hands.
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Old 12-29-2005, 01:58 AM
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more than $7? doesnt that bet too many hands out. He raised to $2 (4BB) and i raise to something like $10 hes folding anything ut KK OR QQ

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$7 is good, it's a pot sized raise. I don't like checking the flop after raising pf, unless you're doing it with a wide range of hands (wich you shouldn't, so I don't like it anyway)
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Old 12-29-2005, 02:03 AM
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yeah i checked/called the flop becuase i thought he had JJ and i could trap him. was planning on check raising turn all in. i guess i should have checked raised all in on the flop. he overbet the flop so i didnt think he flopped a set. Is that just too much checking?
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Old 12-29-2005, 02:29 AM
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yeah i checked/called the flop becuase i thought he had JJ and i could trap him. was planning on check raising turn all in. i guess i should have checked raised all in on the flop. he overbet the flop so i didnt think he flopped a set. Is that just too much checking?

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the problem is, if you reraise AK or something like that (for whatever reason you decided to reraise AK oop, work with me here) you're not checking that flop so if you're very unlucky and this guy is paying attention to what's happening at the table you just screwed yourself
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Old 12-29-2005, 02:33 AM
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Default Re: $NL 50 played AA wrong?

I'm curious as to why you've read him for JJ... 99 or TT seem equally as likely to me.

Yeah, you have a big hand, but you still don't want to give him the lead in the hand. Bet out the flop for 18-20ish (I think that's about 2/3 of this pot), or c/r. Don't check/call.

I really don't like the check on the turn - what if it checks through after you called his flop steal attempt?
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