Mar 21 2007

Poker Lesson: Value

Published by at 11:14 pm under Humor,Poker

How to extract value out of your hand:

FullTiltPoker Game #2041133544: Table Bamber (6 max) – $0.25/$0.50 – No Limit Hold’em – 23:09:15 ET – 2007/03/21
Seat 1: JCREW_ ($24.35)
Seat 2: Stoneflip ($81.45)
Seat 3: Good Ol Newf ($19.25)
Seat 4: tennisguy73121 ($26)
Seat 5: MacAnthony ($49.25)
tennisguy73121 posts the small blind of $0.25
MacAnthony posts the big blind of $0.50
The button is in seat #3
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to MacAnthony [5♥ 2♠]
JCREW_ folds
Stoneflip folds
Good Ol Newf folds
tennisguy73121 calls $0.25
MacAnthony checks
*** FLOP *** [J♦ 3♥ 9♥]
tennisguy73121 checks
MacAnthony checks
*** TURN *** [J♦ 3♥ 9♥] [T♠]
tennisguy73121 checks
MacAnthony checks
*** RIVER *** [J♦ 3♥ 9♥ T♠] [T♣]
tennisguy73121 checks
MacAnthony checks
*** SHOW DOWN ***
tennisguy73121 shows [A♦ A♥] (two pair, Aces and Tens)
MacAnthony mucks
tennisguy73121 wins the pot ($0.95) with two pair, Aces and Tens

And here I thought it was better to be aggressive. I obviously have much to learn about this game…

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2 Responses to “Poker Lesson: Value”

  1. gadzooks64on 22 Mar 2007 at 6:39 am

    Dayum, that gives all new meaning to “won the minimum”.

    What an idiot.

  2. Wayneon 22 Mar 2007 at 10:39 am

    Wow, he plays like me .. after I’ve had a case of fortified wine. What a douche.

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