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Old 12-22-2005, 08:26 PM
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Wow for once el diab seems to be earnest and someone is really giving him a load of s--- for it.
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:35 PM
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hahahaha you're so [censored] lame.
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:44 PM
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That was the point, say something corny to get people to respond. Next time I'll go with "nutz in yo mouf loller I'm gay"
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Old 12-23-2005, 12:58 AM
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i like your style jjackal.
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Old 12-23-2005, 02:05 PM
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What about betting smaller on the river to make it look like you are scared of the flush card hittting? I'm not saying your bet was bad but it looks very likely the way you played it that you do have the flush...
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Old 12-23-2005, 04:35 PM
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What about betting smaller on the river to make it look like you are scared of the flush card hittting? I'm not saying your bet was bad but it looks very likely the way you played it that you do have the flush...

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Also, what was your plan if a blank hit on the end?
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Old 12-23-2005, 05:46 PM
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What about betting smaller on the river to make it look like you are scared of the flush card hittting? I'm not saying your bet was bad but it looks very likely the way you played it that you do have the flush...

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Also, what was your plan if a blank hit on the end?

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I agree, I should've bet smaller, my play is too transparent. Given the way I played the flop and turn, I think it's kinda obvious that I'm drawing- I don't think I would get a fold often enough to justify bluffing when a blank falls. Villain could easily have called with AQ/KQ/JQ.
Good questions man.
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Old 12-24-2005, 11:48 AM
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I like the way you played this hand. I dont like the CR allin here. He is most likely on a draw here like you did and you controlled the action. nh

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If you think he is on a draw, then what does the river bet accomplish???
He isnt calling with a missed draw,and i dont think a lower flush draw is likely because he called flop and turn, at these limits that is very very unlikely.
Check river then or block it, that bet is a little big to be a blocker i think.
I really dont think a turn CR allin screams draw, sure u bet small on flop, but that might be a bet that wants to be raised...who knows..
I really dont think a turn CR allin is called by anything worse than KQ.
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Old 12-24-2005, 12:31 PM
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I like the way you played this hand. I dont like the CR allin here. He is most likely on a draw here like you did and you controlled the action. nh

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If you think he is on a draw, then what does the river bet accomplish???
He isnt calling with a missed draw,and i dont think a lower flush draw is likely because he called flop and turn, at these limits that is very very unlikely.
Check river then or block it, that bet is a little big to be a blocker i think.
I really dont think a turn CR allin screams draw, sure u bet small on flop, but that might be a bet that wants to be raised...who knows..
I really dont think a turn CR allin is called by anything worse than KQ.

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What is villain calling flop and turn with? At these limits, people dont cold call twice when they have top pair(on a draw heavy board). You had figure villain would put in a raise somewhere unless hes very very passive.

The way the hand played out, it looks more likely that villain was on a draw. One of hero's outs could be an out for the villain. This is why I want him in the hand.

Do you prefer a value bet on the river?
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Old 12-24-2005, 02:55 PM
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I like the way you played this hand. I dont like the CR allin here. He is most likely on a draw here like you did and you controlled the action. nh

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If you think he is on a draw, then what does the river bet accomplish???
He isnt calling with a missed draw,and i dont think a lower flush draw is likely because he called flop and turn, at these limits that is very very unlikely.
Check river then or block it, that bet is a little big to be a blocker i think.
I really dont think a turn CR allin screams draw, sure u bet small on flop, but that might be a bet that wants to be raised...who knows..
I really dont think a turn CR allin is called by anything worse than KQ.

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While a turn CR ai probably shouldnt be called by weak hands; people in these games LOVE to make hero calls. Many people are "taking a shot" even if its a prolonged one.
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