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Forum Fanatic | Snap off missed draws or get value towned
drmcboy asks about calling on a river in our Multi-Table Tourney Tactics Forum.
We are both running pretty taggy, 12/10 ish. nothing much has happened since he has been at table. I have 100 hands on him from other tourney, 3 % 3 bet.
your river line?
PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, 215 Tournament, 30/60 Blinds (9 handed) - Poker-Stars Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com
Hero (UTG+1) (t16455)
Hero's M: 182.83
Preflop: Hero is UTG+1 with 10d, 10s
1 fold, Hero bets t180, MP1 raises to t600, 6 folds, Hero calls t420
Flop: (t1290) 10h, 2d, 2c (2 players)
Hero checks, MP1 checks
Turn: (t1290) 4h (2 players)
Hero bets t540, MP1 calls t540
River: (t2370) Ac (2 players)
Total pot: t22086
KoRnholio: How about 750 (make it look like a blocking bet)-3bet then fold if we get 4bet? I think this would get the most out of AQ/AK type hands that call our weak turn bet then raise the river. If he has JJ-KK he'll surely call, though we'd lose a little value from that small of a bet. I don't think he can/would 4bet anything other than AA or 22, even if AT was in his range at any point.
Micro2Macro: I would c/r.
fjuanl: Seems like it would be a weird plan for him to 3bet JJ-AA and then check back that flop. I think most of his range is AK/AQ so c/r river. I see all the moneys got in...it would be pretty gross if he 3bets a river c/r this deep. Even if its a weird line to take with AA, what else could he have?
Ender: The only thing that can beat us is 22 and AA, so it's not that scary of a situation. If he had 22, he most likely would've bet bigger on flop/turn, instead of checking and calling. The preflop raise is big, but it's looking like just an AK or KK/QQ to me, unless he'd really slow play some AA's.
I would right over half of the villains remaining stack, he's called/bet 600 and 500 amounts, so it would put a little added pressure on him. I'd also shove/call his impending all-in if he were to do so.
Also, I don't play at these levels, still in the micro levels. But I think betting big here leads to the most chips for you.
Edit: Maybe not half his remaining stack, I had him confused with another player before I posted. I'd probably hit it around 1200 or so.
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Poker News | Luke “Tobia$ Bluth” Nettles Wins PokerStars USA COOP Event 9
Event #9 in PokerStars first ever USA COOP saw 425 players fight it out on Saturday. When the smoke cleared, the last man standing was MTT specialist Luke “Tobia$ Bluth” Nettles.
Like many of PokerStars USA COOP events, in Event #9, $215 re-buy $300K Guaranteed, entrants got a chance to go up against some of the top pros in the game, including Team PokerStars members Daniel Negreanu, Barry Greenstein, and Dwayne Phillips.
Nettles proved he’s one of the best by hanging tough throughout the hotly contested 13 hour tournament. With 21 players remaining Nettles came up big preflop. With blinds at $2500/$5000, Nettles with 404,521, called a 219K preflop shove. His AA held up against AK suited, taking his stack to over 620K chips. From there Nettles got aggressive with his chip stack and didn’t let up until the battle was won.
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Poker Dictionary | Cooler
A cooler is when you are dealt a very very strong hand only to have your opponent be dealt an even stronger hand. There usually is no way you can avoid losing all of your chips in instances like these.
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