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Forum Fanatic | Snap off missed draws or get value towned
Genitruc gets feed back on a blind vs blind hand in our Short-Handed NL Hold'em Forum.
villain is a spewy reg, we have no history whatsoever and i just sat down :
$200.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Friday, January 28, 09:48:34 ET 2011
Table The Rat Trap (Real Money)
Seat 5 is the button
Seat 1: Genitruc ( $204.00 USD )
Seat 2: PvPiliZassal ( $221.85 USD )
Seat 3: goodfellow123 ( $66.34 USD )
Seat 4: PavlaraS ( $386.10 USD )
Seat 5: jandro11 ( $193.15 USD )
Genitruc posts small blind [$1.00 USD].
PvPiliZassal posts big blind [$2.00 USD].
Dealt to Genitruc - Qc Qs
Genitruc raises [$6.00 USD]
PvPiliZassal calls [$5.00 USD]
** Dealing Flop ** 5d 10d 9h
Genitruc bets [$12.00 USD]
PvPiliZassal calls [$12.00 USD]
** Dealing Turn ** 10s
** Dealing River ** Khbr> Genitruc bets [$28.00 USD]
PvPiliZassal raises [$72.00 USD]
Genitruc raises all-in [$157.00 USD]
Numbr2intheWorld: I really love this
edit: Didn't see that you were oop not him... not sure what i think about this anymore.
lancelott_: i would bet the turn and chfold the river
griffey24: I don't get it.
I mean.. do you really think he's folding Tx to the price he's getting? Cause I highly doubt it.
I like it if its quite a bit deeper, but not with these stacks.
nutsinho: calling the raise w ur hand makes a lot more sense. bluffing seems super fps and kind of obvious
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Full Tilt Poker is one of the world's leading online poker sites, and boasts the second largest player base of any poker room worldwide. One of the main reasons they are consistently home to so many poker fans is the stream of new and innovative ideas they come up with to make poker even more fun. Their most recent idea will make a big difference to tournament players, with the announcement of Multi-Entry tournaments, which give players multiple chances to win and vastly increase the prize-pools on offer.
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Poker Dictionary | Sandbagging
Also known as check-raising. Sometimes this is frowned upon because it is being 'dishonest' as you are not betting the hand like you should. In modern times, it is rare to be berated for sand-bagging/check-raising as it has become a crucial component of poker strategy.
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