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Old 07-20-2005, 04:34 PM
skierdude1000 skierdude1000 is offline
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Default 3 Handed, Chip Leader, Top Pair on Flop

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Basically, I was being borderline hyper agressive since I became chip leader with 6 left and I noticed my table was very passive.

The guy who I'm playing the hand against is tricky, sometimes he's a calling station, sometimes he raises my bluff bets with nothing, sometimes he's very tight... pretty skitzo.

Hand #1: I put him on a draw on the flop or maybe 2nd pair if he thinks I'm full of [censored].

Hand #2: I know my hand goes to [censored] on the turn, do I act unscared by the turn? When do I slow down here?


When do I slow down with this stuff?
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Old 07-20-2005, 04:58 PM
schwza schwza is offline
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Default Re: 3 Handed, Chip Leader, Top Pair on Flop

i am too lazy to use pokerhand.org.
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Old 07-20-2005, 05:41 PM
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Default Re: 3 Handed, Chip Leader, Top Pair on Flop

bummmmmmmp
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Old 07-20-2005, 07:11 PM
Jay36489 Jay36489 is offline
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Default Re: 3 Handed, Chip Leader, Top Pair on Flop

Please don't bump 40 mins after the last post (you probably shouldn't be bumping at all). And just becuase you are chipleader on a table you see as passive doesnt mean you should raise everything. After you get your raised called with 78o you should realize they aren't laying down to your aggresiveness anymore, and raising every pot is not going to be profitable. They see what you are doing...
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