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Post | Chap32 posted in MTT: Triton London main event

I was watching a hand and had a thought, but wanted to get some other opinions on it.

Blinds 5k/10/10k ante
hero UTG Ah6h raise 21,000
villain HJ QsTh calls
BB defends w/ QhTs
-FLOP 6dAc6c p:78,000
BB check-folds
HERO check/calls
HJ bets 30,000

TURN Tc pot 138,000
HERO check/calls
VILLIAN bets 60,000

RIVER 4s pot 258,000
HERO checks with 445,000 remaining in stack
VILLIAN checks with 637,000 remaining in stack

My thought here is, can we lead out with a polarized bet, or if we bet here are we weighted too value heavy and won't get called by worst often enough for it to be a profitable play, and should we just check/call and let villain continue to bet and have this be more profitable in the long run?

Nov. 21, 2019 | 6:51 a.m.

this is literally right on point with what I need and the people I play against, its like you at the same card room lmao!

Nov. 20, 2019 | 6:08 a.m.

Post | Chap32 posted in MTT: how to defend a donk lead

how do I defend a donk lead on dry and wet flops?
I play my local casino's turbo, the tournament/casino has some very weak players that are quite predictable.
this being said they donk lead more than usual on dry and wet flops after I've raised first pre-flop. I've thought about raising them with both bluffs and value, but I feel as though they are too strong here to raise, and that id only be called by better and be far behind on most of my Cbets?

Nov. 20, 2019 | 5:57 a.m.

This time they were on my right, so I could’ve used aggression in some spots. Do you think when players like this are on your right you can use aggression more often to fight back, and when they’re on your left to play tighter and wait for good spots?

Nov. 16, 2019 | 8:27 p.m.

Post | Chap32 posted in MTT: good or bad fold?

blinds 300/600
UTG limps
HJ limps
LJ raises 2 BB
HERO{BU} 95 diamonds calls
limpers call
FLOP 953 {2 spades} pot 4800
checks around to hero
hero bets 1/3 pot
limpers call, original raiser folds
turn Qs completing flush
limpers check
hero checks- here I realize I cap my range and put myself in a tough river spot if someone leads out, but with two callers on a fairly wet board I felt someone was on a flush draw.
river is a brick
UTG check
HJ leads out for 4000 into a pot of 9900
Hero ends up tank folding
UTG folds

do you think I made a terrible lay down or a good lay down? if so please explain

Nov. 16, 2019 | 8:23 p.m.

Post | Chap32 posted in NLHE: Adjusting while at the table

I’m curious on how some of you adjust while playing. Say you sit at a weak table, a lot of regs with little to no concept on strategy. You play for a couple hours and are able to run over the table and are up a decent amount. Then some players start leaving and new ones come in, you have a history with these players and know they are very loose and aggressive, always running a stack up then rebuying in a matter of minutes. They do at times put you in a tough spot because it’s harder to put them on somewhat of a range and fight back when needed. What are your tendencies to combat loose, aggressive and weak player? Player tighter and wait for them to bloat pots they are behind in or fight back with aggression?

Nov. 16, 2019 | 7:07 p.m.

Post | Chap32 posted in Chatter: 3bet from SB

-10/20 NLHE-
Table was limping a lot.
CO is a station with a very high VPIP,
Called flop and turn but folded river high percentage of the time

MP-limps 20BB EFF.
HJ-limps- 30 BB EFF.
CO-raise 3.5 BB 115bb EFF.
SB-K4s- 3bets 11.5 BB 100 BB EFF.
-limpers call and villain calls
-Flop 6c5h7s-
Hero bets 1/3 pot
MP-all in for remaining stack (8.5 BB)
Hero calls
-turn 9s-
Hero checks
Co- bets 20 BB
Hero calls
-river Qh-
Hero checks
Villain checks behind shows Q8o
HJ-shows pocket JJ

Nov. 15, 2019 | 8:57 p.m.

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