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Old 03-03-06, 05:35 PM
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I liked how I bet strong here, I had made myself out as a very tight player in that I hadn't seen many flops. Would you have done anything differently? Also, would you have called all this with villain's hand?

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Would I have called all the way to the river when every card on the board was an over-card? Um, no.
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Yea I follow this guy around now, somehow he has enough money to keep playing $5/10 and dropping his buyin.
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I cant believe that this guy reraised you after the flop with only a small pocket pair. I bet you this guy was really used to playing NL because this might have been a resonable bluffing situation in NL since he showed strenghth pre flop. But its still a pretty dumb move. I hope you can play with this guy again.
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Yeah, I've seen a lot more of this play. Raising out of position with 3 or 4 already in the pot with low pocket pairs. They probably read some crap about if they hit they can tie people into the hand and make more in the long run. The authors who advicate that are playing in games that are nothing like what I see online.
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