Sorry couldn't make it work on last post.
Poker Stars $0.05/$0.10 No Limit Hold'em - 6 players - View hand 1758919
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Hero (BB): $13.61
Pre Flop: ($0.15) Hero is BB with J J
UTG raises to $0.30, 4 folds, Hero raises to $0.90, UTG calls $0.60
Flop: ($1.85) 3 9 8 (2 players)
Hero bets $1.06, UTG raises to $2.12, Hero calls $1.06
Turn: ($6.09) A (2 players)
Hero checks, UTG bets $1.70, Hero calls $1.70
River: ($9.49) A (2 players)
Hero bets $6.79, UTG calls $6.79
Final Pot: $23.07
UTG wins $22.03
any reads on the villain?
and would you care to explain your thought process? this hand looks like a real mess...
pre- without info, i'm not a big fan of 3betting OOP. by calling we keep villains range wide.
post- if you call the raise, it is to hit you flush or a jack, right? but when the 4th spade comes, you just x/c his very very small bet?
and then donkshove the river? this is as a bluff, right? what worse hands will call this shove?
Do we have villain stats?
I'm not a big fan of playing JJ for stacks vs UTG open range. I assume you are not folding vs a 4bet preflop? I prefer to flat preflop vs an unknown.
Do you think we get called on the river by a lot fo worse hands? If villain has a flush, he probably has a higher one and I don't think he is going to call with an Ace.
No actually I wouldn't. I was doing a sweat, was on another big hand on another table and was not being able to focus that much, that's why I played it horribly, didn't even get a thought process on it. I should have flat and played accordingly. Just wanted your opinions to know what you would've done preflop, and postflop once three clubs dropped.
Seems pretty bad.
Preflop: Before I say this and get pounced on I'd just like to say that I've played a crapload of 10NL, 16NL, and 25NL in the last month or so. At 25NL I would be absolutely stoked to 3b/5b this preflop; at 10NL, I would be fairly inclined to flat this pre, especially if I had poorer players behind me.
Flop: I would actually be fairly tempted to fold this flop. Our J-high flushdraw is dominated tons, and all the hands that we are dominated by are basically coinflipping against us.
Turn: I'd be pretty tempted to snap fold this turn when he bets. Don't think he bets a set, don't think he's bluffing very often, pretty sure we are just behind and am expecting to see the nuts or the second nuts a ton.
River: Ahhh, I'm not sure what this was. If it's a bluff attempt to get him off a higher flush I think it's pretty bad; don't think he folds the Kc, especially when you flat the flop min-raise and given he's a player who will min-raise.