Thursday, March 27, 2008

All in a day's work

Played several 'interesting' hands today which again show the wide range of skills you can come against on Full Tilt...

The Good
Blind war on a $1/2 table. This player was strong on the flop, smooth calling my bet after raising preflop. He became a huge favourite on the turn, but luckily I checked behind in position when I picked up my flush draw. He then called a pot sized raise after leading with a 2/3 pot bet on the river.
















The Bad
This player re-raised me out of position. He bet $40 into the $50 pot on the flop. I raised to $100 having hit my set. He pushed allin and I called gladly, only to see the inevitable runner-runner flush. VNH sir, well played. Some people just can't fold AKs...

















The Unbelievable
We get to the river. With the nut fullhouse and $50 in the pot, I check to induce a bluff. My opponent obliges with his busted draw. I min raise to try and extract value. Imagine my surprise when my opponent pushes for his last $15! It wasn't like I was going to fold....

3 comments:

Mr. Jackie O'Quinn said...

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Mr. Jackie O'Quinn said...

I am just glad you are still here? Was wondering what happened. BTW,I wouldn't worry about that hand you posted... Next time you will have his stack!

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