I try to focus more on remembering hands that I played against weaker regs as those have more influence on my decisions than those that I played against random opponents in the same game.
My advice for you would be to focus on those hands aswell, write any interesting/noteworthy hands down, and dont stress it too much ;)
Feb. 23, 2019 | 10:40 p.m.
Thanks for your insight. Position was LoJack so definitely a very light raise on my part. In hindsight, calling on the flop makes a lot of sense also and then just giving up turn against further aggression when we dont improve.
Feb. 20, 2019 | 3:07 p.m.
Would appreciate your insight on this spot:
1/2 live (soft table, mainly loose passive players)
Hero is in MP, 2 limps before Hero isolates with 8s9s to 7BB. Button 3-bets small (16BB), limpers fold, Hero calls (9BB) into pot of 26BB
Flop is 3h6h7d. Opponent in the button has been playing very aggressive, bluff heavy.
Button bets (20BB), Hero raises (45BB), Button shoves for reamining ~30BB, Hero calls.
Button shows AcKs, Hero shows 8s9s.
Is there anything that could have been done different here? I assume raising pre was very light on my part. I also considered raise-shoving on the flop but assumed that a small raise would give me more fold equity as it looks more like flopped sets/combo draws.
Thanks in advance for your opinions on this.