May 15, 2010
Here is one for the â€œknow when youâ€™re beatâ€ series.
Remember the villain who I posted about making a great read that I had his 6 low badugi beat?
Same villain here in this hand.
I know this guy, heâ€™s very tight and had I taken even two seconds to stop and ask myself what his raise meant Iâ€™d have tossed the hand. Soon as he flipped it over I realized WHO it was and thought â€œyou schmuckâ€.
PokerStars Limit Badugi t50/t100 â€“ 7 players
BB: t2,940 (Hero)
Dealing Hands: (t0) (7 players)
UTG folds, UTG+1 folds, 2 folds, Button calls t50, SB calls t25, Hero checks
First Draw: (t75) (3 players)
SB discards 2, Hero discards 3, Button discards 2,
SB checks, Hero checks, Button checks
Second Draw: (t75) (3 players)
SB discards 2, Hero discards 1, Button discards 1,
SB checks, Hero bets t100, Button raises to t200, SB folds, Hero calls t100
Third Draw: (t475) (2 players)
Hero stands, Button stands,
Hero checks, Button bets t100, Hero calls t100
Button showed , a Badugi: 4,3,2,A
Hero showed , a Badugi: 9,6,4,3
Button won t750
This villain is a good player and a nice guy so I donâ€™t mind loosing to him specially when Iâ€™m learning something in the process! ;)