Saturday, December 19, 2009

Even For Me

This is pretty epic. My heads up display had this guy at 45/0/1.2 over 28 hands. That is to say that in 28 hands he had not raised preflop. Not even once. I suppose he hadn't yet picked up such a premium holding as the Queen Seven Sooted.

Full Tilt Poker $2/$4 Limit Hold'em - 5 players - View hand 433670
The Official Hand History Converter

Pre Flop: (1.5 SB) Hero is SB with 4 of spades 2 of spades
2 folds, BTN calls, Hero calls, BB raises, BTN calls, Hero calls

Flop: (6 SB) 2 of hearts 4 of hearts 2 of clubs (3 players)
Hero checks, BB bets, BTN calls, Hero raises, BB calls, BTN calls

Turn: (6 BB) 7 of clubs (3 players)
Hero bets, BB calls, BTN folds

River: (8 BB) 7 of diamonds (2 players)
Hero bets, BB raises, Hero 3-bets, BB caps!, Hero calls

Final Pot: 16 BB
Hero mucks 4 of spades 2 of spades
BB shows 7 of hearts Q of hearts (a full house, Sevens full of Twos)
BB wins 15.25 BB
(Rake: $3.00)


Andrew said...

but it was sooted!

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Patrick said...

Wow that 3 bet on the river is lighting money on fire.

jesse8888 said...

You know you're probably right, but I simply could not believe he had a 7 in his hand. He cannot have quad 7s, because he would have raised the turn, and since he had not raised in 28 chances preflop I refused to believe he would raise any other hand preflop that contained a seven.

The answer to the problem here is that when zero hands make any sense at all, the most obvious one based on the most recent streets action is probably what he has. I'm guessing the guy mis-clicked preflop, cause I played another 40 hands with him and he raised preflop 1 more time, with KK.