Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Presto is Gold (Part 16)

PokerStars $3/$6NL, 6-max

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Fuel55 calls $6 from MP with [5d 5s]
SB calls $3
BB checks

*** FLOP *** [5c 6h 7c]
SB bets $16
BB folds
Fuel55 raises $20 to $36
SB calls $20

*** TURN *** [5c 6h 7c] [Kc]
SB checks
Fuel55 checks

*** RIVER *** [5c 6h 7c Kc] [7h]
SB checks
Fuel55 bets $30
SB calls $30

*** SHOW DOWN ***
Fuel55 shows [5d 5s] (a full house, Fives full of Sevens)
SB mucks [8h 7s] (poor guy gets unlucky to make his set on the river)
Fuel55 collected $148 from pot

3 comments:

Guin said...

I am not sure I like how you played this hand. You are way above my level so bring your thoughts down a notch so I could understand.

Limp MP with 55... okay fine with that.

Flop hit set on a board that could have made someone a straight with lots of draws to catch you. SB bets almost pot and you just min+ raise him? Not sure if you have him labelled as a fish or not but what do you do if he raises to $80? I don't think the bet tells you anything about where you stand.

Nasty turn card and I can understand the check behind and hope you fill up.

River is that just a value bet hoping for a call? With the pot size do you think he would have called $50?

Thanks for another post that gets me thinking.

pokerpeaker said...

I think you played it well. A re-raise would tell you all you needed to know...my question is, could you have laid it down? I might have been able to.

Don't you wish you had bet more on the river? That's always so tricky....

slb159 said...

I just posted about a similar river value-bet situation (albeit at 100$HE) where I could have bet more and still gotten a call I think. I'm pretty sure this was a value bet from fuel hoping to get reraised Guin. Unfortuantely, neither got our oppenents to bite. (yeah, different hand entirely, as I already had made my hand on the turn, but I'm still gonna give my opinion.)