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    Library Master Champion eqgh5uea's Avatar
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    How much of a read justifies this call?

    No Limit Texas Hold'em Hand, $0.01/$0.02, IlmariRuth | BOOM! Hand Replayer

    I was in the room for about an hour already and watched him there with me. Side note: there was a very loose player raising and villain was passive not really hiting any big hands and challenging him.

    I noted during my decision that he started to raise preflop more once teh really loose player left the table.

    How many of you would have made the all-in?

    http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...385_84499DF173

    This just ahppened knew most were going for str8s and had a jack or queen somewhere along the line, pocket pocket 9s or Ts weren't really likely so I figured an A-J or j-8 since he didn't raise on the flop for a two-pair vigilance.

    I had to put the moneyin!
    Last edited by eqgh5uea; 07-10-2013 at 03:14 AM.
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    Pretty standard, I would have tried to get it all in on the turn personally.

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    The call is standard at micros, especially against looser players.

    I'd maybe have raised a bit more on the flop, so they'd be priced in on turn if you hit, but what you did is perfectly fine too.

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    Daaaaaayum, that woulda sucked if his ace was of spades eh bud, kinda like what happened to me here during The Hot $.55 on pokerstars.

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    i would have raised more on the flop or bet more at the turn and just shove

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    That was extremely risky! With two jacks on the board at 4th street then to see the fourth spade on 5th. Then again I never understand online poker so, NICE WIN

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    good moves

    It's not luck

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    yes that was a tuff call but it worked 4 you nh
    win if yu can but always play fair

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    pretty standard, maybe would raise more than basically a min raise on the flop because of so much equity your hand holds.......but besides that well played and a very standard result.

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    Library Master Champion eqgh5uea's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameuskid View Post
    Daaaaaayum, that woulda sucked if his ace was of spades eh bud, kinda like what happened to me here during The Hot $.55 on pokerstars.

    No Limit Texas Hold'em Hand, 100.00/200.00, Jameuskid | BOOM! Hand Replayer
    That woulda really sucked! I felt it was a good place to put some cash in the pot even though the flush draw was there.
    "We have met the enemy and they are ours; two ships, two brigs, one schooner and one sloop." --- O.H. Perry

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