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    Default VERY tough AQ laydown

    As you can see, I *really don't like playing against the short stackies

    PokerStars Pot-Limit Hold'em, $0.25 BB (8 handed) Hand History Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FlopTurnRiver)

    MP2 ($3.25)
    CO ($13.85)
    Button ($12.85)
    SB ($7.65)
    BB ($35)
    UTG ($4.90)
    Hero ($28.20)
    MP1 ($35.55)

    Preflop: Hero is UTG+1 with A, Q.
    1 fold, Hero calls $0.25, 1 fold, MP2 calls $0.25, 2 folds, SB raises to $0.5, BB calls $0.25, Hero calls $0.25, MP2 calls $0.25.

    Flop: ($2) 7, 7, T (4 players)
    SB bets $1.9, BB folds, Hero raises to $7, MP2 folds, SB calls $5.10.

    Turn: ($16) Q (2 players)
    SB bets $0.15 (All-In), Hero folds.

    Final Pot: $16.15
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    olol miskicklaments? Or do people have infinite minus 1% fold equity against you? :P

    Edit; raise preflop ^^
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    lol...........
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    For future reference, these buttons are all in the same spot in the Stars client:
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    Insane frickin read man...no sense putting even one more penny in that pot vs. his pocket 7s.
    Good laydown.
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    results oriented
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    "The key to no-limit hold 'em is to put a man to a decision for all his chips"

    He sure as hell did that to you.
  11. #11
    Good lay down here. You hit nothing on the flop so you raised him up. Then you hit your card on the turn but he bet less then 1/20th the pot so you read it as a value bet. Good fold man.

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    I usually call this.
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    So you fold to a $0.15 all-in, after raising a $2 bet (from a ss) to $9 on nuttin? That $2 bet just stinks like a trap. My question is this.. why tap him on the flop? After a $9 bet I'm gonna see that river, I'm sorry but I don't understand folding on a 0.9% raise. Someone set me straight on this, I just don't get the tap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zenbitz
    I usually call this.
    rofl
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    Man, it'd be awesome if this thread went to like 200 posts...

    Here's my thinking on the turn;

    "Fuk dat guys holding 77 Imma drawing dead Imma save that $0.15 and take Mrs. LeFou out for some Mickey D's"

    Iowa, Pelion: Imma calculated my EV to six decimal places for this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zenbitz
    I usually call this.
    roflcopter

    A Q is an instacall imo. I think you still have to call here for metagame.
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    I always wondered why people pushed for the last .15 on a $50 pot. "Has anyone ever folded?"

    Now I know.

    Thanks.
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    yr welcome
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    For those confused...Hero's fold is a misclick

    OP posted this solely for entertainment value, thus most comments herein are sarcasm-laden.

    Hope the missus enjoyed her $0.15 packet of nuts from McD's Fou!
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    Default Re: VERY tough AQ laydown

    Fold preflop.
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  22. #22
    Flop prefold.
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    sticky?
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    The REAL lesson of this thread:
    When going all-in with <nuts before river, leave $0.15 in your stack, in case villian misclicks next street.
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    The real lesson of this thread: when you raise the villain all in, make sure you bet enough to not leave 0.15$ in his stack in case you misclick next street.

    This is Dwarfman's curse. After watching some of his SnG vids I started putting people all in minus 1 tournament chip. Until I misclick-folded river getting something like 6000:1. Then I stopped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ri_dawg
    So you fold to a $0.15 all-in, after raising a $2 bet (from a ss) to $9 on nuttin? That $2 bet just stinks like a trap. My question is this.. why tap him on the flop? After a $9 bet I'm gonna see that river, I'm sorry but I don't understand folding on a 0.9% raise. Someone set me straight on this, I just don't get the tap.
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