Monday, October 12, 2009

Some Poker Stars love

Poker Stars $0.50/$1 No Limit Hold'em - 9 players - View hand 322902

The Official Hand History Converter

UTG+1: $91.95

UTG+2: $101.65

MP1: $100.00

MP2: $28.05

CO: $141.30

BTN: $18.50

SB: $20.00

BB: $100.00

Hero (UTG): $104.35

Pre Flop: ($1.50) Hero is UTG with A of hearts K of hearts

Hero raises to $3.50, UTG+1 raises to $10, 7 folds, Hero calls $6.50

Flop: ($21.50) 3 of clubs 3 of spades A of diamonds (2 players)

Hero checks, UTG+1 bets $10, Hero calls $10

Turn: ($41.50) 8 of spades (2 players)

Hero checks, UTG+1 bets $11, Hero raises to $35, UTG+1 calls $24

River: ($111.50) 4 of spades (2 players)

Hero bets $49.35 all in, UTG+1 calls $36.95 all in

Final Pot: $185.40

UTG+1 shows Q of spades Q of diamonds (two pair, Queens and Threes)

Hero shows A of hearts K of hearts (two pair, Aces and Threes)

Hero wins $182.40

(Rake: $3.00)


BLAARGH! said...

Hey Kuro - you flatted UTG+1's raise pf rather than trying to get it all in pf, any reason why? Did you think you were ahead of, or behind villans range when you called pf? (obv I have issues with AK, that's why I'm asking... always curious to see how others play em)

kurokitty said...

My raise utg already signals some pretty good strength and I wanted to slow down a little when I was insta-3 bet. I was a little behind here, but I caught up quickly!

BLAARGH! said...

Figured as much... I would probably have played it the same (depending on villain of course). Not sure why he wouldn't try to pot control there after the flop, but I guess that's why we make $$ and they lose it :)
If someone pf raises, calls rr, flats flop and rr turn, you would have to think they just might have that ace they're representing, huh?