I find that I do much better in full ring games than I do at 6-max tables, and I think the reason is that my postflop blind play is not very good in heads-up situations, when I'm defending against a steal or when I get called or raised when I'm trying to steal. So I thought I'd post some hands where I was unsure of how to play postflop. Advice greatly appreciated.
Villain is tight-aggressive.Party Poker 1/2 Hold'em (9 handed) converterPreflop:
Hero is SB with [7d], [Ad]. 6 folds
, Button calls.Flop:
(7 SB) [6c], [Kc], [3c] (2 players)Hero bets
, Hero calls.Turn:
(5.50 BB) [4s] (2 players)
Hero checks, Button bets
, Hero folds.Final Pot:
6.50 BBPF 3-bet ok? Or should I just call and keep the pot small OOP?Flop and turn ok, or too weak-tight? I figured when the K on the flop didn't scare him after my PF 3-bet, there was a good chance he had a K.[/i]
Then you go to da box for 2 minutes by yourself, you feel shame... then you get free.