Acid_Knight, on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007, 9:31 AM, said:
Villain 2 coldcalled a raise pre and then called the reraise too?
Yeah. You can't put him on overs, can you?
Temporary Nuts, on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007, 9:35 AM, said:
Instacalls expecting to be ahead of a draw
That's what I thought. Or tens. Thought tens would play out like this.
Scott3705, on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007, 12:15 PM, said:
Call. Villian has A9 suited, he think he has the best hand. sigh.
Maaaaaaaaaaaybbbbeeeee. But not here.
Zach6668, on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007, 12:24 PM, said:
He coldcalled with 73. Fold.
danc1984, on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007, 2:24 PM, said:
If this hand happened to me online I would fold without a pretty good read. However I have heard live poker is retarded so its probably a call. You said he splashes around to catch. Have you seen him in pots with draws before? Does he call when he is chasing or does he prefer to be the one doing the betting?
It was almost impossible to read because he cold called two raises. Live poker isn't retarded, it plays differently. It's infinitely more fun. He's not afraid to draw. I don't know that he shoves a draw, but my bet could have stimulated the shove. * ** * * ** * * * ** * ** Anyway, I think for about 45 seconds and then some asian dude sitting on $35 dollars calls clock on me. I said, don't ****ing start a clock. That was because I had talked myself into a call at 5 seconds, I used 85 seconds to figure out why. In the end, I figured a set would smooth call and push the turn, so set didn't make sense. Overs would have re-raised PF at one of the two opportunities he had to do so. The only hands I could think of that would do this were TT JJ and a draw, remotely possible QQ. Villain flips over 79 sooted and I don't improve. Anyone absolutely hate the call in this spot or my reasoning for making it? Two players I respect at the table say I made the right call, given everything. I really had nightmares about this hand. It was only the start of the first really bad night I've had in two months. ... I got the money in no less than times good (against shorties on some) and got outdrawn on the turn or rive on all five.
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