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    did I make the right move?

    I was playing a live tournament at my local casino and it was down to 19 players I had around 15k in chips and was holding 66. second to last to act everyone limped so I rasied to 3k blinds were 500-1k, folded around to person to my right who called. flop came 277, she thought then pushed all in for 6500, I tanked for about 5 minutes then called, she showed 29 off turn came 9 river brick. I think I made the right call, its been bugging me tho

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    PokerOwned Pro jrs015's Avatar
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    This is what we call being results oriented..If you got it in good, 90% of the time its the right decision

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    Too many issues regarding the players at my table that I don't know, especially about the woman who won and what position I was in as far as overall chip count for me to tell you what I would have done. However, strictly based on feel alone, it's hard to put her on anything except A7 or a bigger pair than what's on the board. That would make me a huge underdog. I personally would have folded, because I wouldn't want to risk that many chips on such a low pair, and another hand is coming right up. The math people will have their own point of view, but I really don't like my 66 when somebody is willing to risk their tournament after that flop.

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    I would say good choice and regards to jrs comment.... id agree, most the time your good in that spot

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    yeah, right choice of your. if its done means done don't regret it.

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    right move wrong time happens here and there dont let it get to you

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    i think you made the right play, and you just became unlucky after that. it sucks but its poker.

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    as a wise man once said........."thats poker!" not much you can do when you get it in as a huge favorite and they get there. gg ul move on to the next one

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    It's one of those calls that you might question yourself about but forget it and move on to the next tournament. Don't let it cloud your decisions the next time you play. These things happen all the time and unless you can see thru the cards it is out of your control.

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    Wow man that's a tough one. I think you made the right move. It seems like any play you did the person with 2-9 really wanted to play that hand for some weird reason. Keep playing your game and I think you forsure you made the right move in that particular spot.

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