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Late stages of Sunday tournament on FTP.
It says button shoved. Are you asking what you should do if everyone had folded to you' If so then I would probably just fold here. Your hand isn't quite good enough that I'd want to be shoving here. You can also min raise because the BB will most likely be shove/folding and won't call too often.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 26th, 2015
This is still bugging me... Can I check a set on the turn and give him a free card?
No. If you check behind, you're letting him realize his equity with hands like AQ, AT, and you miss out on value from hands that he will check/call with. With the top of your range you almost always want to be betting because that is how you get the most money in the pot. There is no reason to slow play here. Betting a little smaller is an option if you think his check/call range is very weak, but I would still be betting something to build the pot for a bigger river bet.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 26th, 2015
Thinking about going back to poker full-time, advice?
At the end of the day you have to do what is best for you and go where your desires and goals take you. You should let him know in advance that you will be leaving. If 2 weeks isn't enough, then maybe you can give him a month to find a replacement or...after your two weeks are up you can help out during the busiest couple nights of the week for a couple weeks until your replacement is fully up to speed. I'm not sure I would tell him that you're leaving to play poker full time, but it's up to you and the relationship that you have with him. Most 9-5 people don't understand the life or desires ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 26th, 2015
Thinking about going back to poker full-time, advice?
You have a $60k roll' Go for it, but be smart about it. This is your money, so do with it whatever you please, but this is what I would do. I would definitely set aside about $12k for bills, so that you have the next 12 months paid off, and it will take a little weight off your shoulders. Next I'd take about $10k and put it into an emergency fund for unexpected expenses. $28k would go to a savings account. That leaves you with a $10k roll. With this I would play MTTs up to $55 with much more focus on the lower buyins and nothing higher. If you want to play some of the higher buyin ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 24th, 2015
AA slowplayed before set over set
The first hand: don't min 3 bet. You miss out on a lot of value, and if you routinely play your top range like this, they will quickly figure it out. Checking this Q44 flop is probably best. There are no draws, and you're only getting paid from a Q, or a pocket pair. My plan for this hand would be to get 2 streets of value from those hands. Letting one card come off is certainly fine. I would not check raise the flop because I think they can fold a Q when you do that and they certainly will fold pocket pairs. On the dry turn checking is definitely fine, and when they check the turn I would ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 24th, 2015
My sunday million bust out hand, cooler or played horribly?
I dunno why you checked the turn. You have the top of your range and you're severely missing out on value. The turn card is about the driest turn possible so if he thought he had the best hand on the flop, he probably still thinks he does. You miss out on value from draws as well, and you possibly let an AhXx get to the river for free and beat you. What is your plan if he checks behind on the turn' You're most likely only going to get one bet out of him if the river is good or bad. When you check call the turn, he's usually going to check behind on the river when it blanks with a large range, ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 20th, 2015
Reverse implied odds vs implied odds a spot that comes up alot a low stakes
Yeah if you're deeper, like 5k stacks then I'd call especially in a low buyin where the players are likely to give me a lot of chips when you do flop 2 pair +. Here you only are getting around 14:1 implied odds, and I'm not sure the exact % that you flop 2 pair +, but I'm fairly sure it's less than 7%.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 20th, 2015
Reverse implied odds vs implied odds a spot that comes up alot a low stakes
Definitely folding if there's no one else that calls, but here I probably see a flop since I'm closing the action and don't have to worry about a reraise. When I flop top pair I would call one street and possibly fold turn. I'm not sure if it ends up being profitable or not, but I think low stakes players are less inclined to continue with a bluff on the turn so I think it checks down pretty often after that and if he does bet then turn you're probably beat. Tyson made the best point which is you're looking to flop 2 pr or better and you just don't do that often enough getting 4.5:1, so ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 17th, 2015
This hand was so...AAAHHH idont know so frustating
With your stack, you have to call. If you had around 200k then I'd fold because you can shove and pick up (mostly) uncontested pots. 200k is pretty close to the average of the top 4 players at this table, which is why I'm folding AQ to that shove and picking other spots. When it gets to the end of a satellite like this chips don't matter as much, it's all about how long you can survive, so sometimes you will be folding monsters because if you nearly have a seat locked up, then there is no point in building a bigger stack because 4th place is first place. In this spot here you just don't have ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 13th, 2015
This hand was so...AAAHHH idont know so frustating
Yeah you can't fold here. You're in close to last place right'
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 13th, 2015
This hand was so...AAAHHH idont know so frustating
Analyzing the hand where he bluffed the river with a missed gutshot would be a better hand to analyze, and probably more important than this hand here. Since this is a satellite, things like how many players are left, and how many seats are guaranteed are needed to make the correct play here, but assuming you're still a decent way away from a seat, I think you have to call here.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 11th, 2015
MTT KK 5 way in bloated pot?
Yeap, I'm with Dyz here. Always checking this turn in a 5 way pot. We really have no idea if we have the best hand and we could be drawing dead. With 150bb there are much better spots than this one. I'm checking hoping it gets checked around on the turn and hopefully we can just see a cheap showdown.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 10th, 2015
Full tilt disputed balance thread
Forgot to update this thread last week. Got the bank wire on Monday for the full disputed amount.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 5th, 2015
Full tilt disputed balance thread
got the email. holy fuck, can't believe it.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 19th, 2015
FT Bubble - What's our play?
raise/calling 22 is pretty bad because when he calls he's not going to be ahead and I don't think he'll be getting the right price vs your range. It's a much better option for him to just open shove because he folds out a lot of your hands that have roughly 50% so he wins the pot much more often. He should be r/c pretty tight, about 77+,ATs+,KQs,ATo+. His shove range should be something along these lines 66-22,A9s-A2s,K9s+,Q9s+,J9s+,T9s,A9o-A2o,KTo+,QTo+,JTo, and he can probably raise/fold the worst part of his range up to even 100% sometimes. A safe r/f range would be about the bottom of a ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 14th, 2015
FT Bubble - What's our play?
His play is standard. R/F in his spot is pretty bad because he should be raising at least 50% of hands, and 88 is near the top of his range. If he's r/f that then you can just jam everything and it will be profitable for you.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 13th, 2015
Can we pass on marginal spots later in tourneys despite maths dictating otherwise???
Well if you are 3 betting this person with this stack size then you obviously can not fold. He has less than 20 bb to start the hand so if you are 3 betting then you are getting it in vs him. I think 3b iso is fine, and I think I like it better than flatting. 3b/f serves no purpose and if you are 3b/f'ing then you might as well just not 3b and fold altogether.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 13th, 2015
Thoughts on villains line Vs my preflop 3Bet
I think calling the 4b pre is ok, we are getting a decent price and his range is polarized (bluffs and top value) and vs just the top value range we have almost 30%. Problem is we are going to miss a lot of flops and we have about 1:1 spr going to the flop.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
Thoughts on villains line Vs my preflop 3Bet
The way he played it to me looks like it's going to be KK most of the time. As played I'm betting tiny on the turn with the intention of getting as much as I can in on the river. We only have what, 12k left' Assuming he has KK, he has like 5% equity so get what you can out of him and bet like 2-3k on the turn, then 4-5k on the river. Make him make that crying call.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
Flat or Raise and Why?
And if the river does put a 4 card straight on the board and he checks then I am betting small for value
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
Flat or Raise and Why?
And yes checking the flop just about always here.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
Flat or Raise and Why?
I don't really like raising because it just telegraphs your hand. To check the flop then raise the turn you're saying you have a set or better. Sure you miss value from heart draws by flatting the turn, but realistically that's a very small portion of their ranges, and you lose value from Ax that you could have gotten another bet on the river from. If the river doesn't put a 4 card straight out there I'd shove if he bets, and bet for value if he checks. I think this will get you more value in the long run than raising the turn.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
What to do with my poker money
Why could you not afford to put it all on Bovada or ACR if you are considering leaving it all in Carbon'
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
AJo fold from BB too nitty???
The problem with 3 betting is you're committing yourself vs the initial raiser and we will probably be behind when he gets it in. I could see flatting being ok here, but you don't have a hand that flops well and the initial raiser has a lot of hands that dominate us in his range. Folding is probably the worst of the 3 because I find it tough to imagine that we have less than 20% equity here.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
FT Bubble - What's our play?
There is no 3b/5b with 20bb, 3b/f is ludicrous, and flat is bad but not as bad as 3b/f. Just shove. 3b/c is less attractive because of the payout jumps. He's folding often which is good, but it's not like we want a call all the time here. He will perceive your shove to be much weaker than AQ and still may get calls from a decent amount of worse hands. I'd expect him to be raising often in this spot, and you pick up 4bb everytime he folds which is about 20% of your stack.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 12th, 2015
I s this bad with mid pocket pair UTG??
I think you should definitely be opening it, but as far as calling, I think it's going to be a fold most of the time especially on Bovada. Against [77+,ATs+,AJo+] we have 43%, and I don't think the average Bovada player is shoving that wide even. I'm too lazy to figure out the pot odds right now, but we probably need somewhere around 43% equity to be breaking even. we are getting about 1.37:1 needing to call 27k to win 37k so we need a little over 42% to break even. I'd fold this as I don't think he's shoving this wide, I think he flats 77, possibly 99 and AJo. I am making pretty wide ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jun 1st, 2015
Casinos for under 21 year olds

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P0KERDUUDE
May 17th, 2015
Casinos for under 21 year olds
Dunno about anywhere else but Turningstone in upstate NY is 18+. I used to go there a lot when I was
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P0KERDUUDE
May 17th, 2015
What would you do to exploit this stat line 9/6
Can't believe no one has mentioned it, but the biggest part of exploiting these kinds of players is stealing their blinds. If he is to your left you want to be opening much more, especially if he's in the bb when you are btn or C/O. If you are BTN and he's in the bb I would open 100%. If he is on your direct left then I would open much wider from the C/O because you basically have the button when you are in the c/o.
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P0KERDUUDE
May 15th, 2015
39bb Eff. AA from UTG, TAG image facing raise on low board when 7/30 in 25k gtd.
I think a winning player is actually less likely to fire a 3rd barrel on the river because what is our range when we call a reraise on the flop and a turn bet on 8644' He's not going to put you on a flush draw because good players know that is such a small part of your range, so it's actually pretty strong. Inexperienced players are more likely to continue to spew off on a river bluff, because they aren't thinking players and they just assume we probably just have AK.
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P0KERDUUDE
May 14th, 2015