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#1 Indig0

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 01:50 AM

Here is couple of hands dealt in half hour in yesterday freeroll, live.1. 200/400. I pushed allin(2k) - 93of, allin(2k) - K10of, allin(less) - 10Qof and a call with KQs.only a 9 on a flop and I won the pot2. 22 vs 45board Q 2 3 Q 6, allin on a turn3. 3 way allin. A2of, JJ, 22board Q(clubs) 2 3(clubs) J(clubs) 7(clubs)A of clubs won the pot4. 6 handed table. folded to me, I'm on button with 10 7 of raised and took the blinds. Next hand, folded to me, I raised with AA, BB push allin with KK and I called. K on a flop and nothing for me on a turn or river.

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 05:19 AM

There isnt enough information on your stack sizes, position and the players your against.Case one: your basically at a push or fold range but.. 9 3 off is abit ify, i think you can pick a better spot to get it all in.. i dont understand the rest of that case is there other players re shoving with k10 off and q10 off and a guy with kq called all the shoves? o.OCase two: not sure about stack sizes the play seems fine if your deep enough.. if your only 3-4 bb deep then i think shove pre is fineCase three: did you shove with A 2 off? again not enough information but calling two all in shoves with A 2 off will do you no favoursCase four: AA hand.. pretty standard~Ank~

#3 Indig0

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 12:47 PM

View PostAnk, on 20 June 2012 - 05:19 AM, said:

There isnt enough information on your stack sizes, position and the players your against.Case one: your basically at a push or fold range but.. 9 3 off is abit ify, i think you can pick a better spot to get it all in.. i dont understand the rest of that case is there other players re shoving with k10 off and q10 off and a guy with kq called all the shoves? o.OCase two: not sure about stack sizes the play seems fine if your deep enough.. if your only 3-4 bb deep then i think shove pre is fineCase three: did you shove with A 2 off? again not enough information but calling two all in shoves with A 2 off will do you no favoursCase four: AA hand.. pretty standard~Ank~
case two.starting stack: 2000k, blinds 25/50, encresy every 15 min.in a pot with A2 i just watched it

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Posted 27 June 2012 - 06:03 AM

It seems as if everyone was short ... and being a live freeroll perhaps not unexpected. Not sure what you are looking for as far as comments, but you are taking some risks with low-end holdings (1&3) as well as getting your money in good when you are ahead (2&4). You sound loose-aggressive (gambler-not poker player), get ready for big swings and smile when your aces get cracked because you already hit the 93o earlier or you wouldn't be around to get them cracked in the first place!! Don't be offended when people play back at you ... in fact you probably love it when they do. Have fun and enjoy it ... but the ride might be a short one.

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 05:17 PM

when you post hands please include the blinds/position/reads etc




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