I've been playing LAG as i always do. Anyone who plays these type of stakes on UB knows that nicnac is a regular and a good player. We had been playing for over an hour and he had reraised me a few times preflop, but I hadn't gone to a showdown on any of those hands so I couldn't really put him on anything inparticular. From past experience, I know he is a solid player, but capable of reraising with junk hands. So, this hand happens. I was very close to folding the turn, but I didn't... In hindsight it's a fold, but I was pretty lost during the hand.
Hand #35084837-60632 at Havant (No Limit Hold'em)
Started at 19/Oct/06 14:22:07
2outer OBV is at seat 1 with $2237.60.
nicnac is at seat 2 with $611.20.
DIRTYCARPET is at seat 3 with $234.20.
fourdoor is at seat 4 with $573.15.
nutshipit is at seat 5 with $1271.75.
The button is at seat 3.
fourdoor posts the small blind of $3.
nutshipit posts the big blind of $6.
2outer OBV: Ad Kh
nicnac: -- --
DIRTYCARPET: -- --
fourdoor: -- --
nutshipit: -- --
2outer OBV raises to $21. nicnac re-raises to $72.
DIRTYCARPET folds. fourdoor folds. nutshipit folds.
2outer OBV calls.
Flop (board: Tc 5c Kd):
2outer OBV checks. nicnac bets $75. 2outer OBV
Turn (board: Tc 5c Kd Th):
2outer OBV checks. nicnac bets $135. 2outer OBV
River (board: Tc 5c Kd Th 2s):
2outer OBV checks. nicnac bets $150. 2outer OBV
nicnac shows Ks Kc.
nicnac has Ks Kc Tc Kd Th: full house, kings full of tens.
2outer OBV mucks cards.
(2outer OBV has Ad Kh.)
Hand #35084837-60632 Summary:
$2 is raked from a pot of $873.
nicnac wins $871 with full house, kings full of tens.
If he was tight, I would have put him on KK or AA with the preflop reraise, called, and then have the guts to lay it down to any big flop bet even though you hit with a good hand, but still just tptk. But thats a lot easier to say in hindsight.......
You have 0 info.. Usually check callin down on 3 streets is a long term -ev play. Raise to get info.
I disagree with raising. Since 2outer has been playing LAG, lets say he raises the flop to 200ish. Chances are he(villain) will just call, and you're being forced to play an even bigger pot still with very little info. So, he raises to 200ish, gets a call, what's your turn play? Check/folding is weak, bet/fold is an option, but I doubt he raises when the boat hits. Check/calling is another option, but then we're just going back to the original line with more invested. I think the hand was played ok. Unfortunatly, he bet just enough on the river to price you in. If he bets much more than that I think this is an insta-fold.
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