SB: $100.50 (Hero)
Rake is $1.05
Aug. 6, 2019 | 3:56 a.m.
BB: $121.68 (Hero)
Rake is $0.70
Aug. 6, 2019 | 3:43 a.m.
My advice to you - make money another way and play poker as a hobby. Be poker-pro nowadays is a very very difficult. There are a lot of other good ways to earn money(a lot of interesting jobs, communications and others). GL
Aug. 1, 2019 | 3:10 p.m.
If we check and he shoves, than we must fold of course. But in our range we have another hands to check-fold. If we play B30/check-fold with this hand, better to fold preflop. Sometimes on our check we can get check behind, but the good river is only diamond, because we can't bluff and 'A' is not good for us, because he can have AJs, ATs, AQs, AK[rare], AA[some] and we must play check-fold river. But if we bet turn we will make 'A' clear runout for us.
P.S. only thoughts.
July 31, 2019 | 5:18 p.m.
If you have AA, will you call it preflop because of fish on BB?
ATs - pretty good hand SBvsCO. You can call preflop to play with fishy BB another hands. This hand is strong and you want to play it agressive. You can call worser hands like A2s-A9s, small pockets, some offsuit broadway(KQo, AJo, KJo, QJo) - its good vs fishy BB. I suppose, that your preflop action is not maximazing EV(ATs).
Flop: when fish donks you haven't fold equity. You can play check-call or check-raise. All options are good. Fish will pay your flushes, don't afraid. But sizing of check-raising should be smaller(~12-13bb). Your goal is to become agressor, but not to make pot very big and make low SPR.
Turn. In your situation pot is big: 49bb(if i calculate right). Your decision depends on effective stacks size. Default: 100bb. On turn eff. = 78bb. You can't bet strong and fold river. It's stupid. Overbetpush - also is not good idea. You can make him to call turn with also wide range(8x, 9x, draws) by betting 33%: bet 16bb, he calls. Pot = 49+32 = 81bb. Eff = 62bb.
If river is blank or club - push else check-fold.
7d - very bad card. Opp can have JT - 12 combs, 56 - 16 combs (fishes don't bet/fold gutshots). So 7d make his equity better. And you can't bluff this runout.
July 30, 2019 | 10:27 p.m.
1) In wide ranges we can with some prob. call 3bet OOP: A2s-A5s. In comparison with A6s-A8s they can make draws(more straight-draws). So it has higher mean postflop equity vs opp range. It's my thoughts, I don't watch any coachs, because a lot of them are really bad.
2) On my limits in dynamic positions people 4bet push or 5petpush with JJ+, AK always. BTNvsCO it's default. Observe zoom100 pokerstars tables and you will see it.
July 30, 2019 | 9:59 p.m.
4bet COvsBTN if 3bet > 12:
50%: AQs, A6s-A8s, K8s, Q8s, J8s
Maybe 1/2-2/3 is good idea because he will fold more hands: TT-JJ if he called it, AcQc, AcJc, AcTc, QcJc, JcTc, 9cTc, 8c9c. He will call all AA, Kx, 7x, FD. On this turn if we push our FD, he will call: AA[some], [AK i think in 5betpush preflop default by reg], KQs, KJs[some].
So maybe line: Bet67/Push is not bad for this spot, because he can't call a lot by turn. And if he call us, we have outs on flush, sometimes 'A'.
July 29, 2019 | 10:20 p.m.
CO: $102.00 (Hero)
Rake is $2.50
July 29, 2019 | 7:50 p.m.
SB: aslan_bm: $115.02 (Hero)
BB: 1Novoseltsev: $56.54
UTG: TwoCardMonte: $98.50
MP: vvsT: $87.91
CO: BelgianProud: $130.64
Rake is $2.50