If you have ever wanted to choose a brain of high pole poker players who are experienced, keep reading. In the new learning module added in the Poker UPSswing lab, Doug Polk and Ryan analyzed the sample hand game filed by Lab members. These hands have a small micro-theme theme, with pegs starting at $ 0.02 / $ 0.05 to $ 0.25 / $ 0.50. Today, we will see one hand from every peg level. Mari Selami.
Heroes are handled on the button
The hijacker rose to $ 0.12, the hero raised to $ 0.40, plowing a call.
The hero is in a big blind and look down on one of the prettiest hands in Poker: A K . He faced a 2.2x increase from piracy and, once the action folded him, he had a mandatory 3-bet value.
Flop ($ 0.87): J 3 q
Check the check, the hero bet $ 0.45, hai call.
The hero number two overcards, straight gutshot draw, and image flush backdoor, which is a mandatory c-bet. He also had a strong card removal because, holding A and K, he blocked a lot of one hand one of his strongest opponents (AQ, KQ, AJ, KJ). Heroes bet about half a pot, which is on the smaller side, but still fine. On the board with so much interesting potential, it makes sense to use a size of around 60-70% of the pot, but half a pot is fine in some cases.
Turning ($ 1.77): A
Reading reading, a hero examination.
Now he turns a top pair kick, the hero has the option to appreciate the value of one hand worse or to check, turning his hand into a cliff catcher. The two options this reasonable, and he chose for the last.
River ($ 1.77): K
Plow clothes $ 1.33, call hero
Although giving him the top two couples, this is a pretty unfortunate river for heroes because it places four cards to the board, and betting betting is around 75% of the pot. As a 3-bettor preflope, Hero does not have a lot of tens in its reach that will play hands this way. His opponents, on the other hand, have bean advantages on this board because they will often have hands like QT and JT, so because of this they have to use overbet size which is more polarized to put maximum pressure on us. However, they went with a more typical size of about 66% pots and calls our hero, because he was too high in its reach to fold, especially for relatively small bets.
Seeds show T and win $ 4.43
Not the result we want, but the hands are played well.
Hand # 2: Barreling Three Streets With (Not Missed) Draw Straight.
Heroes dealing Q 9 in the big blind
Small blind raises $ 0.75, a hero call.
Small blind open to 3x and heroes see Q 9 – Hands that are very playable, especially in their position. Heroes can choose to call and see failure in position or 3-bets to try and take the pan immediately. The two options were solid, and our hero chose to call.
Flop ($ 1.50): J T 3
Small blind examination, the hero bet $ 1.04, a small blind call.
Once his opponent checks him, Hero has the perfect opportunity for semi-tubu. With the direct direct draw and a backdoor flush draw, it has eight beans and the opportunity to take additional equity with the club in turn. Having Q and 9 are also useful because they have solid removal vs small-blind hands. The hero has a lot of values of hands within its reach who wants to bet, including JT, 33, J3S, T3S, and JX, all of which work to balance the cliffs, such as Q9. The hero chose to bet $ 1.04, a solid size for this board texture, and a small blind call.
Turn ($ 3.58): 5
Small blind examination, the hero bet $ 2.50, a small blind call.
The turn doesn’t change anything for the hands of the hero, but it does put the potential backdoor flush draw on the board. However, he still has nuts and his opponent has checked again, so he is in a good place for semi-tubu. The hero chose another good size, $ 2.50 to $ 3.58, and a small blind made another call.
River ($ 8.58): 7
A small blind examination, the hero bet $ 5.98, a small blind fold.
This is one of the most interesting river cards when drawing flush backdoor misses, but some potential directly there. When his opponent checks for the third time, Hero has the perfect opportunity to surround all-in. This is a brave game, but it has the perfect hand to do it. The hero can have all 16 combinations of 98 within its reach here – the hands that they will make sense, try to extract the max value. Q9, with a lack of value of fight and blocking to nuts, is the ideal hand bluffing for balancing the betting of the value. The hero decides to bet smaller, about 2/3 pots, and his opponents fold.
Heroes are handled A 6 in Cutoff
The hero rose to $ 1.50, a small blind call, a large blind fold.
The hero looked down on 6 and decided to raise it to 3x. This hand can clearly be played from Cutoff, but the size of the $ 1.50 increase is rather large for online games. Size $ 1.10- $ 1.25 will make more sense because it increases the chance of a hero pot and takes advantage of the population tendency to multiply.
Flop ($ 3.50): 4 T 6
Small blind examination, a $ 1.10 betting hero, small blind call.
The flop gives the second hero pair and Draw Flush Backdoor. With this special hand, both betting and inspection are a good game. This is the logic behind each:
Bet allows heroes to deny their opponents to realize their equity with folded hands that will fold (like Q9s). He could also continue the barrel on a lot of turns, like when he took a drawing backdoor drawing or made two couples / trips.
Checking got a hero closer to the fight with a hand that has a good showdown value, and he might get the chance to take his cliffs on the streets in the future.
The hero decided to bet around 33% pot, which was a good bet size for this hand on this failure.
Turn ($ 5.70): 9
Small blind examination, hero examination.
The turn did not increase the hands of the hero, so this was the right time for him to check again. There is not only a value that is not much to obtain with betting, but he also needs to protect the distance to the river. If you always bet a mediocre and strong hands, check back only when you have nothing, you give an opportunity to your opponent to exploit you by risking the river after you check back on the river.
River ($ 5.70): T
Small blind examination, hero examination.
After the river paired the board and check his opponent, Hero has a mandatory value bet. With this runout, small blind must feel comfortable betting every TX and most of the 9x on the river, so after calling failure and checking the river, he is likely to have 6, 4, or overcard, all of which defeat the hero. It might seem thin to worth the third partner bet on this board, but poker is a small edge game, so you need to use it when you have a chance for skinny value.