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gadjet

Member Since 08 Feb 2005
Offline Last Active Sep 10 2013 05:20 PM
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#3609417 Should I Call This

Posted TrueAce13 on 06 August 2013 - 02:02 PM

fk that, gun it in!!!


#3609411 Should I Call This

Posted donk4life on 06 August 2013 - 01:43 PM

you also shouldn't take the mentality 'shit i'm up money lets fkin gamble'


#3609407 Should I Call This

Posted donk4life on 06 August 2013 - 01:36 PM

he only minraise preflop is really a bad strategy to abide by. you're getting reverse implied odds to call and stacks aren't near deep enough to be doing this, you shouldn't be 3betting this hand in the first place.


#3608712 Random Gif Of The Moment

Posted Cha! Cha! on 01 August 2013 - 09:02 AM

Category: GOAT Goat

Spoiler



#3604462 2013 Wsop No Limit Holdem Main Event

Posted FCP Bob on 07 July 2013 - 04:01 AM

http://www.pokernews...chips.67750.htm

Five-Way All-In Pot Shipped To Sohrabi; Three Players Eliminated

Wow!

What. A. Hand.

An innocent raise from a player under the gun to 1,100 started the action over on Table 443 in the Purple Section of the Amazon Room before play folded over to a player in middle position. That player moved all in for 11,700. Right behind the shove, Mac Sohrabi was in the hijack seat and reraised all in for 23,100. Then, the player on the button called all in for 16,550 before action slid over to Yucel Eminoglu in the big blind.

Eminogla tanked and tanked, before eventually getting the clock called on him by not one, but two others at his table. After about 30 seconds, he shoved a giant stack of T5,000 chips into the middle, having all players in the hand well covered. As if four players weren't enough excitement for this pot, the original raiser from under the gun snap-called and created a five-way all-in pot!

Here's what we saw:

Under-the-gun player: Posted ImagePosted Image
Middle-position shove: Posted ImagePosted Image
Sohrabi: Posted ImagePosted Image
Button: Posted ImagePosted Image
Eminoglu: Posted ImagePosted Image

The player under the gun snap-called all in for around 40,000 in chips holding the Posted ImagePosted Image, but it was Sohrabi who held the best hand going into the battle with his pocket queens.

Following a runout on the flop, turn and river of Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image, Sohrabi's queens held strong and he was awarded the main pot. He moved to nearly 100,000. Eminoglu was able to scoop a side pot from the player who held the Posted ImagePosted Image and move to 150,300 in chips. The other three players were all eliminated.


#3599918 2013 Fcp Wsop Pool Powered By The Global Poker Index

Posted FCP Bob on 10 June 2013 - 04:20 PM

View Postgadjet, on 09 June 2013 - 02:01 PM, said:

lol circular arguments... you guys are missing the point... the point we should all be focused on here is that I am currently in 2nd place... let's try and stay on topic :icon_dance:

Updated the leaderboard up to Event 15. You're no longer in 2nd


#3598696 Bluff Shoving Ip?

Posted donk4life on 02 June 2013 - 05:42 AM

Just fold the flop Tonto, no need to get tricky at 25nl


#3596540 Betting River For Value

Posted TrueAce13 on 16 May 2013 - 07:41 PM

View PostFCP Bob, on 15 May 2013 - 05:31 AM, said:

Would the advice be the same if you are playing a lot with the same players ?

I can see a situation where you are playing a lot with the same players and if some of them notice that you bet/fold a lot on the river that they will exploit that with river bluff raises.
ya, i mean obviously you're gonna have to change value/bluff ranges v players you play w/ a lot who might keep realize what you are doing.

I think with the basis of the question is someone who is looking for river value v villains at a local casino or card room, who are never good enough to bluff-raise the river.

Gadjet, the bet/folding for value is usually the best way to get value. One, villains can think we are bluffing at a good card and will pay off w/ lessor holdings. Another reason, is that when we check the river when a draw card comes in, we can lose value to weaker hands that are going to check back. Most villains won't value bet thin and will check back when bad cards come.

Again, this all comes down to player dependency, but it is a line that you should try more and you should see a good amount of success and a higher ROI b/c players are just not good enough to bluff in these situations.

edit: i feel like i rambled and repeated myself a lot in this but w/e


#3564286 Worst Thing I Ever Seen At Nl Cash Holdem Game

Posted DJ Vu on 05 September 2012 - 08:21 AM

Why is "correct my wording" in quotation marks?


#3589986 Tommy Vinas

Posted mrpaddyx on 08 April 2013 - 08:57 AM

View Postking_tanner, on 06 April 2013 - 07:22 AM, said:

Fargo I've put up with a lot of shit from you through the years, but you are really crossing the line. How dare you question the legend of Tommy Vinas

I question it,

Goggle search results,


"Tommy Vinas" = 3,390 results
"Mrpaddyx" = 4870 results

I'm not even a poker legend in my own house.


#3577611 Top-Top Reflections (Sh) (5/10)

Posted answer20 on 21 January 2013 - 08:46 AM

Good reasons to both flat and raise on Turn here. Nothing wrong with mixing up your play.

Calling Turn allows us to see if we can flush out 'cheap' and also opponent can fire 3rd bullet if bluffing. We have some showdown value if we choose to call this River bet, but I think I am still inclined to fold to this size of bet. He has to know we have something but is willing to put money in there to see it. The obvious 'bad' result here is that we hit the flush and don't get any more money out of him while being slightly out priced to actually make the call.

Raising the Turn certainly doesn't put our hand face up with so much out there, so it does have some merit. I don't think we are in a position to have to call a shove either. A raise to $375 or $400 does save you money if you can check down this River, but you don't get to see it (and make a better hand) if you get shoved back on. I agree that a shove doesn't come from a made full house, but it very well could come from a 7x hand that doesn't think you made a flush on the Turn.

I probably still lean towrds flatting the Turn and folding the River but can't argue strongly against any of the other action we have proposed either.