Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Wow... 2nd of the night. YMTC part 2

Read post below. Same drill.

Full Tilt Poker Game #1623637233: Table Brooks - $2/$4 - No Limit Hold'em - 22:08:31 ET - 2007/01/17
Seat 1: RecessRampage ($340.40)
Seat 2: MadRasputin ($171.60)
Seat 3: Indi_T ($433), is sitting out
Seat 4: Stylistic ($398)
Seat 5: ziggyjer21 ($210.40), is sitting out
Seat 6: Iridium ($540.40)
Seat 7: 3pounder ($422)
Seat 8: jcm694 ($400)
Seat 9: Dagwoodz ($535.10)
Iridium posts the small blind of $2
3pounder posts the big blind of $4
The button is in seat #4
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to RecessRampage [Kd Kh]
jcm694 has 15 seconds left to act
jcm694 is sitting out
jcm694 has timed out
jcm694 folds
Dagwoodz folds
RecessRampage raises to $14
MadRasputin folds
Stylistic folds
Iridium folds
3pounder calls $10
*** FLOP *** [8h 2h 6d]
3pounder bets $20
RecessRampage raises to $60
3pounder calls $40
*** TURN *** [8h 2h 6d] [9s]
3pounder checks
RecessRampage bets $100
3pounder raises to $348, and is all in

Like the one right before, what do you do? What would you do different? Why? Thanks


pete_linkroum said...

This is a tougher one. I have played it the same way. Unless he had AA from the start, you consistently have him bad odds to call with anything that beats you here on the turn. Of course that doesn't mean he wouldn't call in spite of those odds, but as long as you take him to be a decent player I think it lowers the chances that has hands like 57 or 710. The only think I'd be worried about is 9s. With this hand he can definitely call all your raises and then make this move on the turn. Still the chances of hitting a set are so low that more than likely he's on 79, A9h or even A8h. I'd call. If he's got a set of nines, kudos. If he has a straight then stick around because he'll probably be giving that money back later on.

Sia said...

This is tough....but i'd like to know what kind of player this is. Also, if you folded the AA hand only minutes before this hand, that may play into how I think you should play this (or better stated, it may give some insight on 3pounders perception of how strong your hand is). If he saw you fold the AA hand he may just think you are pushing again and think that a big bet with top pair will get rid of you. With that said, I would be more comfortable calling the AA hand then this one.

I really don't know what to put him on here. Because you were the only one in the hand pre-flop, he very well could have called with a marginal hand (protecting his big blind, whatever) and simply caught a sick flop. I don't think the Kings hold up here so i'd cut my losses. But again, i'm not sure what type of player this is.