i had a 6.5 BI downswing yesterday after being up 4BIs but at least i'm beating the winners tilt that plagued me for so long... i definitely got too passive towards the end but i've gotten in 3500 hands 6tabling the last two days.. here are some big pots i've played and i'm not sure if i played them correctly
i'll try to give you my reads on each guy as well and you can give me your line and what you think whenever you have time:
villain was like 24/13 and folded 33% to cbet and raised 33% to cbets.... i have problems playing deep and am curious about bet sizing for this type of hand... when he flats the 3bet on the flop i really think he has some kind of draw... so should i be making this a PS reraise on the flop so that i can just have a PSB left on the turn. or is the bet sizing ok?
we talked about this a little last night... this guy is super aggro PF... folds to 3bet about 34% and 4bets 23%... the other 47% he just flats... so the question here is this too light 133bbs and does that mean his 4betting range tightens or is this pretty standard in your eyes...
player is 24/17 with fold to 3bet around 67%... i think he could be trying to iso the dead money in the pot but i'm sure he at least has some kind of hand... .this is a spot where i just flat a raise utg a lot. i don't want to ck a draw this big behind in position and i know i'm getting it in if he c/r's me. any contrasting thoughts?
here we have a 21/17 player who's 3betting 13% from the sb and then cbetting about 55% in 3bet pots... his range is really wide imo pf... probably 88+, AK through AJs some SC's and maybe some other mixed broadway hands... when he c/c's the flop i feel he has something with SD value as he'd probably c/r a draw. river is a tough spot... 99-JJ is certainly in his range and tbh i probably ck back my entire range on the turn so he can't specifically put me on a FD. i think my call on the river is standard and just a cooler
this guy is a 36/3/4.0 and he really monkeys around postflop... shoving all sorts of hands on the river... i think my mistake is not betting a little more on the turn.... i reallly thought he'd spaz shove a minraise here but i probably should have made it something like 22-24
standard iso of a 43/14 player who has an agg. factor of 1... what do you do on the turn here? do you pitch this hand on the turn or do you think he shows up with a pair and a FD at some point... if the minraise was his stack it's an obvs call but 34ish bbs gets a little touchy. i do think i'd be missing value if i don't bet this turn.
this hand was actually going on while i was playing hand 4 so i lost focus here and didn't realize the pot was multiway on the turn... i wouldn't have bet the turn in this case as almost always one of these guys has a FD based on the PF action... my question is two parts
1st: in this multiway situation and it gets ck'd to the button... button bets, sb calls do you call... obvs it's a fold if the sb raises... and if the sb folds what do you do?
2nd: HU would you bet this turn OOP
player is 27/10 with a fold to cbet of 22%. when he bets this turn what do you think his range is and how would you proceed... would you call turn, call river.... or call turn, fold river?
last hand... player is 22/17 and donk bets 21% of the time... i think his calling range here is PP's, some SC's and some high card combos... when he donks here i think he either has a hand like AQ, maybe top pair and a FD or a set. i don't know if flat calling is good here as my hand almost always looks like a FD if i peel the turn and then bet a spade. i think a raise here does fold out some hands i'm ahead of like QT, QJ and maybe he folds KQ. i know if i raise the turn i have to get it in. what's your line here?