Villain is a super tight player,
he is running 12/10 over 179
I'm only at this table for like 50 hands. and villain played like 2...
My image has been super active, opening a lot. as the table is really passive. most of the players has PFR around 15%.
haven't really played much post flops.
Flop i thought the lead was standard. Given villain's image, he is only calling with Qx+ and flush draws.
the turn was kind of standard as we are betting for value.
River was a bit confusing, Thought about shoving,but then we only get called by higher flushes from this villain.
so i thought was better to b/c.. (although he is never shoving worse)
was my bet 12k into 27k a bit much?
PokerStars Hand #81600158729: Tournament #576010753, $5.00+$0.50 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level XV (1000/2000) - 2012/06/07 12:48:34 NZT [2012/06/06 20:48:34 ET]
Table '576010753 3' 9-max Seat #9 is the button
Seat 1: stone_s_g (114164 in chips)
Seat 2: m11a (37377 in chips)
Seat 3: lippy73 (18955 in chips)
Seat 4: Ty4YrChips (76244 in chips)
Seat 5: maniac7882 (18347 in chips)
Seat 6: jinxxx187 (51231 in chips)
Seat 8: ferrymen (44359 in chips)
Seat 9: jorge922 (20652 in chips)
stone_s_g: posts the ante 200
m11a: posts the ante 200
lippy73: posts the ante 200
Ty4YrChips: posts the ante 200
maniac7882: posts the ante 200
jinxxx187: posts the ante 200
ferrymen: posts the ante 200
jorge922: posts the ante 200
stone_s_g: posts small blind 1000
m11a: posts big blind 2000
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to stone_s_g [3s 4s]
jorge922: calls 2000
stone_s_g: calls 1000
*** FLOP *** [3h 6s Qs]
stone_s_g: bets 3579
m11a: calls 3579
*** TURN *** [3h 6s Qs] [Js]
stone_s_g: bets 6589
m11a: calls 6589
*** RIVER *** [3h 6s Qs Js] [2h]
stone_s_g: bets 12779
m11a: folds [Qh]
Uncalled bet (12779) returned to stone_s_g
stone_s_g collected 27936 from pot
Villain starts the hand with 19bbs. He has about 25k behind on the river and the pot is probably 27k. I realize he's a nit, but he really shouldn't be folding all that many river cards after calling the turn. I would just shove since your value range should be wider than a flush after leading flop in a limped pot.Edited By: tyson219 Jun 7th, 2012 at 06:23 PM
If you don't think villain will call a shove, but will call a small bet, I'd go 8789 to get thin value. That leaves villain just under 10bbs, so maybe he could rationalize it. In general though, I don't think you're going to get too many river calls from people that have 12-13bbs behind -- they're either folding or sigh calling all bets.
As a wet board-fearing tight player he most likely checks back a lot of hands. If you think he's that tight then try betting an amount he has to sigh-call like a bit less than half his remaining stack.
I don't like the lead at all. I much prefer ck round or ck raise. On the river it depends on what you think he'll call. If in doubt though you can just bet half or 1/3 to get a call off 2 pair etc.
Edited By: djdoodoo Jun 11th, 2012 at 07:20 AM