There are also tons of players who might play this hand with J9s or something of that ilk. I guess foeum depends somewhat on the player who is making the raise, but it seems like where I play people are very stabby. Im currentky playing at around a 8kyu level but im in a bit of a slump again.
Someone is going to step up and take a go at the pot nearly every street. I figured if he was making a move he would slow down on the turn. Hero's image is TAG, doesn't open light and almost always c-bets. Especially fimid weak flop like the one you described Turn: :5cHero checks, villain bets t, hero folds. But i feel like im on the cusp of understanding someting to do with the game that will help me a lot.
It's also depends hugely on the player making the bet. Should I have 3-bet shoved the flop, or gone all-in on the turn, or did I make a good laydown? Sometimes a player will lead with his top pair to "see where he is at. Most knline the time that player will lead fairly week. Hardly ever does it check through. From these arise concepts such as exchange, urgency, big moves, thickness etc… Players across the spectrum have various degrees of mastery in these fundamental things.
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Live players don't like to fold so stabbing at pots tends to be pretty terrible. November 1,am 12 To all those who responded here… i actually ended up taking a lot of advice from this thread way back last year.
I thought it would be nice to update. If you fold top pair every time someone takes a stab at the pot Hell if anyone has ideas on how to get better at around 8kyu im still tlo for ideas!!! It was just awfully tough for me to put him on Jx or pp TT or lower.
This example isn't entirely clear, but this appears to Pussy from Alexandra Headland closer to a pot-sized bet which is more indicative of a very strong hand. At the end of the day it seems MUCH more likely a guy is taking a stab at it than a guy has a set or two pair or a J with higher kicker. Considered shoving here, but then my hand is basically a bluff. I can't beat anything else besides a bluff, and since my gut said he would slow down a bluff once i called the flop, I felt I had to pitch the ladies.
Of course, these are my personal observations only. I know that as a stabber myself, I'd be looking at it as a great chance to take a go at the pot with timid players. It is by no means … 2 Likes. But id not be able to be here were it not for some of the advice on this thread. Share this post.
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But you say you're a winning player, so maybe I'm totally off my rocker. Flop: pot t Hero bets t - definitely have to c-bet here OOP, right? I have no fold tlo left, and my flop call of his raise should have told him I had at least a pair of jacks.