Chip Reviews $11 9man SNGs

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Dated:
Jul 19th, 2011
By:
Chip Ferguson
Game:
SNG/MTT
Stake:
Small Stakes
Teaching Method:
Replayed Hands
Language:
English
Type:
Full Ring
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4 Comments
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(4 Ratings) 8.50

Chip reviews two $11 9man SNGs he played recently on Party Poker.

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  • ChipFerguson ChipFerguson Bluefire Pro Poker Newbie
    92 Posts
    Chip Reviews $11 9man SNGs
    20 Jul 2011 at 1:15am
    Discussion for Chip Reviews $11 9man SNGs.
  • BrianFite BrianFite Bluefire Pro Poker Trainee
    163 Posts
    Re: Chip Reviews $11 9man SNGs
    28 Jul 2011 at 12:10pm
    would you ever consider checking the TT8 flop with your aces? I think he just misses and folds too often to your (big) bet there, and will prob bet a gutshot...and thats the only hand we are worried about right? Would you bet 88 or quad 10's too? Pretty much the same thing imo
  • rasmusph rasmusph Poker Newbie
    2 Posts
    Re: Chip Reviews $11 9man SNGs
    9 Sep 2011 at 7:14am
    This is a 10-man, not a 9-man :)
  • rasmusph rasmusph Poker Newbie
    2 Posts
    Re: Chip Reviews $11 9man SNGs
    9 Sep 2011 at 5:13pm
    At 27:00 min: I think that krasimirbg could easily call your QQ preflop bet with pocket 55 to TT, hoping to flop a set. On the 7KK flop, he could easily call your bet for a few reasons: 1. It's unlikely that you hit the king. 2. Maybe you were just making a standard c-bet. When you checked the turn, he must have been convinced that his pocket pair was the best hand. He bets half the pot because he knew it would be enough to make you fold air and he would not be pot commited in case of a shove. If you had called his turn bet, you could have led out on the river with a very small bet like $180. Assuming he had a pocket pair, he would simply call this bet for a few reasons: 1. You raised UTG, bet the flop, check-called the turn and bet the river. 2. By raising, he would only make you fold hands that he already beat. 3. By raising, he would give you an opportuinty to re-raise. If you had followed that line, you could have picked up a $1450 pot at the cost of $450 (turn call + river bet). I'm no poker genius, but am I analyzing this right?

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