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#AboutLastNight “Again!!”
Another crazy grind last night, but no success!! Unfortunately, I was in for $140 and out for $0. I was able to run it up to a stack about $220 for the highest point all night but eventually I’d punt this stack and book a solid loss. The most aggravating #handofthenight was none other than flopping the stone cold nuts with A♦️K♦️ on the button with a board of Q♦️4♦️5♦️, talk about a sweetheart of a flop when holding Big Slick suited too! I tried my best to slow play it and extract the most from villain who leads off with a $20 bet on the flop. I flat and 4th street was 4♥️ which made me cautious as the board was now paired. However, villain only bets $20 again which made me think he had a smaller flush as I knew I had the highest flush possible; however, it was difficult for me to understand my opponents range on this particular hand. Finally, the river is a 9♥️ and villain leads with only a $15 bet on fifth street which got me thinking he only has a flush bcuz if he had the boat he would’ve bet more aggressively! So I raise it up to about $45 thinking I had the best possibly hand and he flat calls. I was expecting a re-raise if he had boated up and then I’m not sure if I’d have fold or not but I’d have gotten the information I needed there. Believe it or not? Villain had flopped two pairs with 4♣️5♥️ and slow-rolled me very nicely! I hate to admit defeat, but it happened and I took the bait and walked right into the so-called trap that I thought I was setting. Nothing is worst than flopping the nuts and losing it on 4th street thinking you still got it. Especially, when you think your the one that is setting the trap but it’s the other way around...Ugh!!! This game is so brutal and painful at times. I think I need to automatically preflop muck “Big Slick,” from now on. #MarylandLivePoker

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  • 34w ago djkkool djkkool

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  • 34w ago chinatownbusgrinder chinatownbusgrinder

    Keep your head up! By the way the villain played his 45 hand like shit . He should have been trying to build the pot on the turn and river as opposed to these small bets that he was doing. Lmao.

  • 34w ago djkkool djkkool

    @chinatownbusgrinder Ikr... that’s why I thought I had him for sure! But i didn’t get too greedy on the river only raising him 3 times his bet bcuz I knew I didn’t have the true nuts as the board was paired. So that’s is why I kinda put his range on a smaller flush than mines.

  • 34w ago roundingryan roundingryan

    First, I’m assuming you were the preflop raiser/3 bettor? And villain leads into you for $20 on the flop? Donk betting into the raiser is usually kind of strong if done by a competent player - fast play your hand and raise it up on the flop, shovel the money in when given an opportunity, he can have tp, pr+fd, combo like 6d7d, 2p, a set, smaller flush, such a huge range that you can extract value from and being bet into is the time to do it - a four flush is gonna kill your action a lot, plus it’s hard to give credit for a flopped flush, you’ll usually get called at least once - and a big raise to $65-75 sets up stacks fairly well to get it in on the turn. Shallow stacks/pot to stack ratio, I’d still bet this pretty heavy/get it in on a paired board as villain can have a lot of second best hands. Sucks you lost this one, but you really gotta play your monsters aggressively so you don’t risk leaving money on the table - the handful of times you get stacks in as a 2:1-3:1 favorite will more than pay for the suckouts and the times you push your opponent out of the pot and win small pots still adds to your stack and image - plus if your opponent folds to your aggressive action they probably had the bottom of their range that was unlikely to improve much anyway. Wouldn’t sweat this hand one bit, it’s a cooler, but you should think about what kind of boards, hands, players to set traps versus and which you should be hammering hard. 2¢

  • 34w ago djkkool djkkool

    @roundingryan You make an excellent point about what type of boards I should consider setting traps for. I don’t feel like I miss played this hand but it definitely did not make any sense how villain was betting even after he turned his boat. Btw I might have made the mistake by not preflop raising as I limped in with this particular hand and I was on the button. Villain was first to act and made it only $20 with the lead bet and I felt I was ahead until the board paired and I just flat on the turn since I was trying to let him bet into me. I think I made the mistake by slow playing this way too much bcuz there was barely any action and probably why I limped in with this hand without preflop raising to keep ppl in the hand to build a pot. However, villains weak bet on the river made me felt I had him and I just didn’t think he could’ve beat my ace-high flush. Thanks for your thoughts on this hand, I appreciate your feedback!

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