NaimZu Poker Trainee
$0.25/$0.50 No Limit Holdem • 6 Players
Converted by Bluefire Poker - Hand history Converter
BTN 71.10 SB 50.00 BB 29.47 UTG 50.00 zurrrrrrr (UTG+1) 68.44 CO 21.80
Effective Stacks: 44bb
Pre-Flop (0.75, 6 players)
Hero is UTG+1
1 fold, zurrrrrrr raises to 1.75, 1 fold, BTN calls 1.75, SB calls 1.50, 1 fold
Flop (5.75, 3 players)
SB bets 4.00, zurrrrrrr calls 4.00, BTN raises to 21.75, SB folds, zurrrrrrr folds
Final Pot: 35.50
BTN wins 34.62 ( won +11.12 )
SB lost -5.75
zurrrrrrr lost -5.75
SB is a bad regular.
BU is a player I cannot categorize as hes playing 35/14 3bet 8% and I would say he is aggressive and maybe he is a fish-reg.
The thing why I decides to fold is that this still is NL50 and despitethe fact that his raise did not make any sense I thought that weak players would do such moves thinking "I have the nuts and I want money". Multiway pots are played honestly and we were deeper than 100bb and his raise was close to 50bb, which is very high for NL50 games. as you hardly ever see such raises without the nuts.
His move and his betsizing didnt make sense but I decide to fold as I was afraid to level myself against a weak player.
Is my play too weak or is this the appropriate re-acting against NL50 players ?
Sonandres Poker Newbie
Hello, I think that we cant fold these hand... I understand your reasons... but..
A) 8% 3bet... there are a lot of kings...
B) A king have to call a lot of times in that spot...
C) Maybe he can hold any poketpair... and randoms hand... any 7... considering that is a crazy boy like you described...
NeilGewirtz Bluefire Pro Poker Trainee
I wouldnt fold. Many of the hands that have you beat 3bet pre, we still beat some of a player this loose's value range, he can be overplaying something marginal which we have crushed, and still have some equity when we are beat.