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nathan de goey

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same problem here

March 6, 2013 | 11:43 a.m.

Thanks for the clear and nice replies. I guess I am having troubles then when it comes to the feeling that I am getting overrun quickly. Pity that the video is not coming out soon Sean, would like to see that.

March 6, 2013 | 11:38 a.m.

I agree with that, obv it is not a huge information sample, but this is what i got so far, never played with him before. But even after 30 hands, dynamics so far, opening 100%, almost 3betting al my opens, potting 90% flop, gives me an idea of what guy I am playing, pretty aggro (maniac). Ok, maybe this changes 100 hands further, but so far I have to work with this info. So normally, 9 out of 10 times I just call this otf, for reasons being said here. But he was running over me, was more than 1 buy in ahead already, and won about every pot so far. So I felt like I had to start fighting back more aggressively to avoid he would run over me to much. My standard approach against these type of guys is that I become more passive, wait for my hands/spots to make a move, and let him do his thing. But now this approach didnt feel to good after 30 hands. Thoughts??

March 5, 2013 | 11:32 a.m.

(handhistory here is not working for me, it doesnt show the infromation right, dont know if i am the only one with that problem)

I played 36 hands with this guy. He was really aggressive, playing 100% buttons and 73% 3bet. He didnt call in the bb. He has been barreling 90% on the flop so far.
He won 1 buy in from me with a flush vs my trips.

On the flop I raise for value, with the intention to the get it in. He has been barreling hard on the flop, his ag factor so far is 9 so I expect him to make moves with worse hands than me like any worse Q, J8+, KT, 9T, bluffs. He just calls though.
Turn could hit his range pretty well, but still I am not to worried, since he his range is still super wide I think, so again I bet with the intention to get the money in.
What do you guys think of the turn action? (and hand played so far).

Table Chelsea (2-Max) 12107 (Real Money)
Seat 3: Villain ($408 in chips)
Seat 8: Hero ($186 in chips)
Villain posts small blind [$1]
Hero posts big blind [$2]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Hero [ Qs Td ]
VIllain raises to [6 USD]
Hero calls [$4 USD]
** Dealing Flop ** [ Qc, Jh, 4s ]
Hero checks
Villain bets [$6 USD]
Hero raises [$18 USD]
Villain calls [$12 USD]
** Dealing Turn ** [ 9s ]
Hero bets [$32 USD]
Villain raises [$384 USD]

March 4, 2013 | 11:43 a.m.

In this hand we played like 100 hands. His range is so wide here, because he doesnt fold to 3bets, and doesnt fold to cbets in 3 bet pots. On the other side, this cards hits even his wide calling range pretty hard i think. So not sure what to do best here with my KK

Feb. 28, 2013 | 8:49 p.m.

I played about 150 hands with him only, so don't have to much information. He seemed to play pretty straight forward, didnt make crazy moves. He didnt like to give up so much though, his went to showdown in 150 hands was 37. On river his agression was 4.5, and he did bet out 100% of times so far after missed cb.
Back then I didnt expect him to slowplay big hands, and did expect him to bluff especially on the river.

Yes, sorry, it didnt show my preflop action somehow, so hope it will work next time.

Feb. 28, 2013 | 8:44 p.m.

Villain is kind of maniac. He plays 100% in sb, 97% in bb, 3bet 27% and didnt fold to 3 and 4 bet so far.
On the flop he folded so far 20% to cbet in 3 bet pots.

Flop is pretty std i think, I will be happy to get the money in there. Turn is ugly card though, I am curious what is the best line to take from here...

Hand#3247012716000332 - Chelsea (2-Max) 12716 -- $1/$2 NL Hold'em -- 2013/02/24 - 22:51:09
Dealer: Seat 3
Seat 3: Villain ($380 in chips)
Seat 8: Hero ($340 in chips)
Villain: posts small blind $1
Hero: posts big blind $2
Dealt to Hero [Kc,Kh]
Villain: raises to $6
Hero: raises to $20
Villain: calls $14
*** FLOP *** [2s,9d,8d]
Hero: bets $32
Villain: calls $32
*** TURN *** [Td]
Hero: ?

Feb. 28, 2013 | 1 p.m.

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