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    • #25279
      Anonymous
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      ok so here’s the scenario, if u guys could tell me what the right play was (folding,shoving or flat’n)..

      PokerStars Hand #79958085099: Tournament #571010396, $20+$2 USD Hold’em No Limit – Level XI (125/250) – 2012/05/05 23:31:57 IST [2012/05/05 14:01:57 ET]
      Table ‘571010396 236’ 9-max Seat #3 is the button
      Seat 1: brikichiki (3665 in chips)
      Seat 2: cramerica1 (1685 in chips)
      Seat 3: SvZff (3067 in chips)
      Seat 4: Mrs_skrub (10868 in chips)
      Seat 5: slammy jammy (7724 in chips)
      Seat 6: tidodo (3000 in chips)
      Seat 7: TwiceJinxed (18557 in chips)
      Seat 8: AA TURON AA (2195 in chips)
      Seat 9: Butteryassaa (17173 in chips)
      brikichiki: posts the ante 30
      cramerica1: posts the ante 30
      SvZff: posts the ante 30
      Mrs_skrub: posts the ante 30
      slammy jammy: posts the ante 30
      tidodo: posts the ante 30
      TwiceJinxed: posts the ante 30
      AA TURON AA: posts the ante 30
      Butteryassaa: posts the ante 30
      Mrs_skrub: posts small blind 125
      slammy jammy: posts big blind 250
      *** HOLE CARDS ***
      Dealt to slammy jammy [Ks Ac]
      tidodo: folds
      TwiceJinxed: folds
      AA TURON AA: raises 1915 to 2165 and is all-in
      Butteryassaa: folds
      brikichiki: folds
      cramerica1: folds
      SvZff: folds
      Mrs_skrub: calls 2040
      slammy jammy:????

    • #32514
      sunny sen
      Member

      fistpump snap all day

    • #32515
      ashutoshnaik
      Participant

      ok so here’s the scenario, if u guys could tell me what the right play was (folding,shoving or flat’n)..

      PokerStars Hand #79958085099: Tournament #571010396, $20+$2 USD Hold’em No Limit – Level XI (125/250) – 2012/05/05 23:31:57 IST [2012/05/05 14:01:57 ET]
      Table ‘571010396 236’ 9-max Seat #3 is the button
      Seat 1: brikichiki (3665 in chips)
      Seat 2: cramerica1 (1685 in chips)
      Seat 3: SvZff (3067 in chips)
      Seat 4: Mrs_skrub (10868 in chips)
      Seat 5: slammy jammy (7724 in chips)
      Seat 6: tidodo (3000 in chips)
      Seat 7: TwiceJinxed (18557 in chips)
      Seat 8: AA TURON AA (2195 in chips)
      Seat 9: Butteryassaa (17173 in chips)
      brikichiki: posts the ante 30
      cramerica1: posts the ante 30
      SvZff: posts the ante 30
      Mrs_skrub: posts the ante 30
      slammy jammy: posts the ante 30
      tidodo: posts the ante 30
      TwiceJinxed: posts the ante 30
      AA TURON AA: posts the ante 30
      Butteryassaa: posts the ante 30
      Mrs_skrub: posts small blind 125
      slammy jammy: posts big blind 250
      *** HOLE CARDS ***
      Dealt to slammy jammy [Ks Ac]
      tidodo: folds
      TwiceJinxed: folds
      AA TURON AA: raises 1915 to 2165 and is all-in
      Butteryassaa: folds
      brikichiki: folds
      cramerica1: folds
      SvZff: folds
      Mrs_skrub: calls 2040
      slammy jammy:????

      I would be tempted to reshove, for the side pot. But lets see what others have to say.

    • #32517

      Snap reshove…. Also, say the Small Blind folded, what your calling range here????

    • #32518

      Snap reshove…. Also, say the Small Blind folded, what your calling range here????

      +1

    • #31260

      I think its a snap re-shove … simply cos if the calling range of SB was 88+, AT+, he/she would reshove to iso !!

    • #32521
      richestuser
      Member

      i would have called here rather than re-shoving… will wait for flop… and will look into all data available for villain in HUD before making further decision ..
      i will rather protect my 5K chips..rather than giving over-credit to AKo…
      would have reshoved if same hand was deep in 30+ level and i have sufficient amount of data with me about my opponents…. and tournament life was not online….

    • #32523
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ok so i did snap re shove n yeah he had aces pfff gg!!
      slammy jammy: raises 5529 to 7694 and is all-in
      Mrs_skrub: calls 5529
      *** FLOP *** [5d 2s Js]
      *** TURN *** [5d 2s Js] [Ah]
      *** RIVER *** [5d 2s Js Ah] [6d]
      *** SHOW DOWN ***
      Mrs_skrub: shows [As Ad] (three of a kind, Aces)
      slammy jammy: shows [Ks Ac] (a pair of Aces)
      Mrs_skrub collected 11058 from side pot
      AA TURON AA: shows [6h 6s] (three of a kind, Sixes)
      Mrs_skrub collected 6765 from main pot
      slammy jammy finished the tournament in 1445th place
      AA TURON AA finished the tournament in 1446th place

    • #32524

      what a fish u r i would have folded that face up

    • #32529

      yea, pretty easy fold

    • #25280
      richestuser
      Member

      hey shawn , nothing much can be done in such conditions…since ur money would be in anyway u play in such condition except folding( which is kind of impossible)….
      In my opinion villain purposely slow played his monster hand against u….Since i have played against u live and online few times…i have seen u playing too many hand..thus making ur VPIP too high…and its always better to float against players having higher VPIP rather than going all-in in such conditions….
      i dont know u remember or not during PGT tour i was on ur table and one of the pokerguru pro slow played his KK against ur 8-6 suited on a 8 high rainbow flop….
      i also remember slow playing big hand against u atleast once online during PG online league…if it helps and if u want i can find out that hand post here also….. u can also Google the term “Floating against Higher VPIP” which is something normally used in cash games but it works just fine in tourneys also..
      Gudluck at tables
      Mukul

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