Mariano5 Poker Newbie
$0.50/$1 No Limit Holdem • 9 Players
Converted by Bluefire Poker - Hand history Converter
CO 22.85 BTN 104.30 SB 165.07 BB 79.00 UTG 76.00 me (UTG+1) 233.55 MP1 37.78 MP2 54.78 MP3 124.23
Effective Stacks: 23bb
Pre-Flop (1.50, 9 players)
Hero is UTG+1
Flop (19.50, 4 players)
Turn (41.50, 2 players)
River (77.50, 2 players)
Final Pot: 77.50
BTN wins 144.80 ( won +40.50 )
UTG lost -4.50
me lost -33.50
MP1 lost -4.50
I got really lost in this hand. opp is 18/8 over 1600 hands. He had previously check raised me with air on the flop from the SB when I was on the button and was the pf aggressor. that is really the only read I had on him. I felt like he could have been trapping here with the nuts the whole time, or maybe had the naked ace of clubs. any thoughts on this line?.. don't think I played it too well
Sonandres Poker Newbie
Its important if we consider that villain is capable to be bluffing here...
I think that you can bet larger flop and turn... calling if he shove...
Its hard to put in his range the A of clubs (cause he'd raise it on flop), its the same with sets that improve to full house...
Lets wait for some answer that help us....
Nemquin Poker Newbie
I'm not much of a FR player, but in a 4 way pot I am not liking the hero's holdings. There is simply a minefield of hands that beat us. Especially when it is the BTN that remains in the hand. Of all the players, his range is the widest and can easily consist of any suited A, any PP and even 87s. The hand's that you are actually ahead of are more likely to check the river IMO. Pretty much everything that doesn't fold has you beat except for smaller flushes. Also, the turn bet is way too small and looks super weak. If he actually bluffed you, there's a good chance your turn bet size encouraged it.
As always, I could be completely wrong. :)