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You know how betting lines for baseball are something like -120 or maybe -180? The Dodgers are -320 over the Brewers for tomorrow. Oof. Guess it'll just be that much sweeter if there's somehow an upset.

You know how betting lines for baseball are something like -120 or maybe -180? The Dodgers are -320 over the Brewers for tomorrow. Oof. Guess it'll just be that much sweeter if there's somehow an upset. submitted by BeloitBrewers to Brewers [link] [comments]

Rant - Small Poker Communities are so toxic

Rant Post:
I live near a border town where there are a couple different home/card rooms. I try to play about 1 game every 2 weeks or so. But every time I go, I am astounded at how toxic the players are and the drama that unfolds. Between dealers who are emotionally involved in the cash game hands. to Players who are not in an active session touching others peoples chips and the fucking beggars.
Couple of scenarios that happened this week. A woman who clearly has a problem with gambling sits on the sideline of a 1/3 game. Proceeds to grab a stack of 100 dollars worth of chips on another players stack put them in front of her and proceeds to try to play.
A Dealer who in my opinion is bottom of the barrel. Offers his opinions on boards mid-hand and comments on really connected nutted boards. Occasionally flashes burn cards, this one burns me the most because I was involved in the hand and it cost me money.
Clear cases of people being too drunk and being toxic in the game.
People folding out of turn constantly drastically changing the dynamic of a person decision to call all-ins and large bets.
Non-poker participants hanging around outside of the building. I took a work call, and some guy approaches me on the sidewalk and mouths verbal aggression towards me. Cops are called on him for another incident and this guy proceeds to come at me while I'm still on the work call.

I don't know what it is around the poker community but holy fuck /end rant.

While we are at it.
Hand Analysis
Hero AQ Spades Raised to $15 Pre 1 Villain call.
Flop comes A67 Rainbow
Villain Checks, Hero Bet's $40 Villain Calls
Turn is a 8s Villain Checks Hero Checks
River is a 2h Villain Bet's $120 leaving $90 behind

Hero?
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Did anyone else bet on the US election? I put money on Biden at -120 odds right before the first debate. Most bettors have now stopped taking bets on the election altogether since Trump's covid diagnosis.

Did anyone else bet on the US election? I put money on Biden at -120 odds right before the first debate. Most bettors have now stopped taking bets on the election altogether since Trump's covid diagnosis. submitted by windjackass to gambling [link] [comments]

What's your opinion on gambling in moderation

I do sports betting and every time I bet, I bet between $120-$220 and if I win, I bet an extra $120 or so everyday until I lose. For example, say I bet and won $160, I would then bet $120 or $140 and if I win that I keep betting the same amount until I lose. I do this because if I go on a winning streak and lose, I still profit and if I lose I don't don't bet again until at least 2 weeks. Any thoughts on this?
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[H] 120 keys and M9 ruby [W] max bets, 30 keys each

b/o 4 max bets 120 keys, discussable for m9
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Jotaro Kujo vs. Yumeko Jabami in gambling.

I've been curious of who would come out on top in gambling between these two:
All rounds take place in Tokyo.
Round 1: Vote Rock Paper Scissors! Both bet 120 2 million Yen chips as a starter. Ultimately, the stakes reach 20 million Yen.
Round 2: Poker! Same rules as common Poker apply. Both players put out 25 chips into the pot. Each worth 5 million yen. However, there is no set bet limit, so extending the betting to one's soul is on the table.
Round 3: Black Jack! Same rules as IRL apply. Jotaro is the dealer and Yumeko tries to get as close to a count to 21. The maximum betting limits is 2,000 Yen.
Comment below and let me know in the comments below who you think would win each gambling match.
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[#79|+10684|120] I bet you 300 republic credits that this doesn't break 100. [/r/PrequelMemes]

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1/3 live good bluff or bad?

Hero sitting in SB 5 handed $500 effective
UTG raises to 12, one call and I call with 56hh
Flop 336hxx
Hero check V bets 10, fold, Hero calls
Turn 10h
Hero check, V bets 35, Hero raises to 75. V thinks for a while and calls.
River Qx
Hero bets 120, V calls
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Hand Review. What did I do wrong.

Hero in C/Off Villian mid pos (both on around 1500 chips)
Villian Limps to 20
Hero has KK raises to 80
Villian calls
Flop comes 2, Q, J (rainbow).
Villian bets 20
Hero Raises to 100, Villian calls
Turn comes 6
Villian checks
Hero bets 200, Villian calls
River comes A
Villian bets 120
Hero calls for 120.
What hand do you put the opponent on here?
How can I play this hand better?
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09-11 15:35 - 'I bet you're one of those people that are happy they could find some dirt on George Floyd. / Same principle. You're a disgrace to mankind. / Stick to your BV crap and Dag Allemaal. / Don't worry your little head about mi...' by /u/SumacBlender removed from /r/belgium within 120-130min

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I bet you're one of those people that are happy they could find some dirt on George Floyd.
Same principle. You're a disgrace to mankind.
Stick to your BV crap and Dag Allemaal.
Don't worry your little head about minor things like press freedom and bogus trials and extradition.
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WSOP.COM $320 Weekly Sunday 100K Guarantee - Good Bluff Spot?

I am at work right now and cannot do a proper hand history as my work blocks it, might repost later, so numbers are approx and I am only posting action of myself and villian
Final table of last nights weekly 100K guarantee on WSOP.com, 9 players at the table
Blinds: 15,000/30,000, Ante: 3,750
Hero Stack size: 890,000
Villian Stack size: 650,000
Hero is CO with Kc10c
Preflop (75,000) Folds to Villian in MP, Villian raises to 66,000, Hero calls 66,000, rest of table folds
Flop (207,000): 9h 2h 6c
MP checks, CO checks
Turn (207,000): Qd
MP Checks, CO bets 120,000, MP tank calls 120,000
River (327,000): 3d
MP checks, CO shoves for MP effective stack of 460,250
Will post the result in the comments later
I do not have a history with villian as this was probably the 3rd or 4th hand at the final table. Tournament up to this point had generally very tight play, my play was more aggressive than the tournament norm but not enough to bring a LAG image.
No real reason to 3bet preflop being around 30BB, but I think my hands is good enough to flat and take a flop given the stack sizes.
When villian checks the flop I debated firing out a bet to represent 10 10 or JJ, but decided against it as I probably didn't see any logical reason to do so otherwise
When villian checks the turn I want to represent the Q that just hit and try to take advantage of the weakness he is showing, when he calls I am putting him on a weak ace, perhaps with hearts, or a weak pair. The sizing of the bet was meant to push out any heart draws and leave him with a larger than pot size bet to call a river shove.
When villian again checks the river I think this is a good spot to shove, even though no draws hit and it is generally a dry board. Him checking the river tells me that the Q didn't help him, and I think I have enough medium pairs in my range that would make a shove profitable and push out most of villian's check calling range that he would have in this spot. Also, if the shove gets through and villian folds I take a sizeable chip lead in the tournament.
Thoughts?
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I bet Warren Buffett is finally putting some of that $120+ billion in cash to work.

What do you think he’s buying?
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2 Hands OOP against 3-better

Live 1/3
1st hand, I wake up with AQo in UTG+1, UTG straddle to 15. I raise to 45.
A person in MP calls 45, and (villain) button 3bets to 150. No specific reads on villain, but hes a younger guy and I don't think he only 3bets the nuts (I doubt he mixes in suited connectors though).
MP has 100 behind, and villain has 400 behind. I call hoping that MP calls and post-flop loses bluff equity. I call, MP folds.
Flop comes K 6 3 two hearts, I have Ah. He bets 120 into the pot of 360. He only has like 280 behind. I contemplate jamming (but I fold, drawing dead against AK and AA).
For this hand I was thinking, is AQo a fold and AQs a call? I don't think I can realize my equity against him without it being suited and I'm OOP. (but stacks were shallow so I thought to check jam when hitting Q or A).

2nd Hand. limp from cutoff. I wake up with AKo and raise to 25. Button, BB, and cutoff call.
Pot is 100. flop comes TTQ, two diamonds. I have the king of diamonds. I have two overs, a backdoor flush and gutter. I cbet 50 planning to continue barreling if a diamond comes. Button raises to 125. With this particular villain, I know he is weighted heavily towards flush draw and not trips. But I'm OOP, I'm only 50/50 against a flush draw, and I know he triple barrels and puts me on not a 10.
I fold. I think there's better hands in my range that smash flop to call him off with (AQ, KQ, J10, 109, A10 etc.
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Will someone look at my last 20 hands and tell me what part of my game i can improve

*********** # 1 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315752011: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:59:06 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (805 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (695 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 40 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [Js 2h] funnd: calls 40 TheBigBunnyMan: checks *** FLOP *** [9h Th 8d] TheBigBunnyMan: checks funnd: bets 80 TheBigBunnyMan: calls 80 *** TURN *** [9h Th 8d] [Qd] TheBigBunnyMan: checks funnd: bets 80 TheBigBunnyMan: raises 80 to 160 funnd: calls 80 *** RIVER *** [9h Th 8d Qd] [9s] TheBigBunnyMan: bets 485 and is all-in funnd: calls 375 and is all-in Uncalled bet (110) returned to TheBigBunnyMan *** SHOW DOWN *** TheBigBunnyMan: shows [Js 2h] (a straight, Eight to Queen) funnd: shows [5c Tc] (two pair, Tens and Nines) TheBigBunnyMan collected 1390 from pot funnd finished the tournament in 2nd place TheBigBunnyMan wins the tournament and receives $200.00 - congratulations! *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 1390 | Rake 0 Board [9h Th 8d Qd 9s] Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) showed [Js 2h] and won (1390) with a straight, Eight to Queen Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) showed [5c Tc] and lost with two pair, Tens and Nines
*********** # 2 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315750463: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:59:01 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (845 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (655 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 40 funnd: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [9d Qc] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (40) returned to funnd funnd collected 80 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 80 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (80)
*********** # 3 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315739507: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:58:29 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (605 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (895 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 40 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [2s Qd] funnd: calls 40 TheBigBunnyMan: checks *** FLOP *** [2d 6c As] TheBigBunnyMan: checks funnd: bets 80 TheBigBunnyMan: raises 80 to 160 funnd: calls 80 *** TURN *** [2d 6c As] [8c] TheBigBunnyMan: bets 365 and is all-in funnd: folds Uncalled bet (365) returned to TheBigBunnyMan TheBigBunnyMan collected 480 from pot TheBigBunnyMan: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 480 | Rake 0 Board [2d 6c As 8c] Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) collected (480) Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) folded on the Turn
*********** # 4 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315738184: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:58:25 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (645 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (855 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 40 funnd: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [Js 5h] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (40) returned to funnd funnd collected 80 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 80 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (80)
*********** # 5 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315736254: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:58:19 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (725 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (775 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 40 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [4d Td] funnd: raises 695 to 775 and is all-in TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (695) returned to funnd funnd collected 160 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 160 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) collected (160)
*********** # 6 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315734935: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:58:15 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (765 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (735 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 40 funnd: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [2h Js] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (40) returned to funnd funnd collected 80 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 80 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (80)
*********** # 7 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315733125: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:58:10 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (845 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (655 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 40 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [4d 9c] funnd: raises 575 to 655 and is all-in TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (575) returned to funnd funnd collected 160 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 160 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) collected (160)
*********** # 8 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315731035: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:58:03 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (765 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (735 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 40 funnd: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [9s 9h] TheBigBunnyMan: raises 80 to 160 funnd: folds Uncalled bet (80) returned to TheBigBunnyMan TheBigBunnyMan collected 160 from pot TheBigBunnyMan: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 160 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) collected (160) Seat 2: funnd (big blind) folded before Flop
*********** # 9 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315726372: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:57:50 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (765 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (735 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 40 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [Qh Ac] funnd: raises 655 to 735 and is all-in TheBigBunnyMan: calls 655 *** FLOP *** [Td Ah Jc] *** TURN *** [Td Ah Jc] [Kd] *** RIVER *** [Td Ah Jc Kd] [3d] *** SHOW DOWN *** TheBigBunnyMan: shows [Qh Ac] (a straight, Ten to Ace) funnd: shows [7c Qc] (a straight, Ten to Ace) TheBigBunnyMan collected 735 from pot funnd collected 735 from pot *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 1470 | Rake 0 Board [Td Ah Jc Kd 3d] Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) showed [Qh Ac] and won (735) with a straight, Ten to Ace Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) showed [7c Qc] and won (735) with a straight, Ten to Ace
*********** # 10 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315725049: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:57:46 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (805 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (695 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 40 funnd: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [4s Qd] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (40) returned to funnd funnd collected 80 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 80 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (80)
*********** # 11 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315721790: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (40/80) - 2020/05/23 0:57:36 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (885 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (615 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 40 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 80 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [Ks 7c] funnd: raises 535 to 615 and is all-in TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (535) returned to funnd funnd collected 160 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 160 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) collected (160)
*********** # 12 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315717382: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:57:23 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1005 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (495 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 30 funnd: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [Tc 8d] TheBigBunnyMan: raises 60 to 120 funnd: raises 375 to 495 and is all-in TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (375) returned to funnd funnd collected 240 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 240 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (240)
*********** # 13 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315715457: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:57:17 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1065 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (435 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 30 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [9s 5d] funnd: raises 375 to 435 and is all-in TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (375) returned to funnd funnd collected 120 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 120 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) collected (120)
*********** # 14 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315714113: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:57:13 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1095 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (405 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 30 funnd: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [6h Jd] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (30) returned to funnd funnd collected 60 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 60 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (60)
*********** # 15 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315709645: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:57:00 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1035 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (465 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 30 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [7s 6s] funnd: calls 30 TheBigBunnyMan: checks *** FLOP *** [Kc 7h Ah] TheBigBunnyMan: bets 120 funnd: folds Uncalled bet (120) returned to TheBigBunnyMan TheBigBunnyMan collected 120 from pot TheBigBunnyMan: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 120 | Rake 0 Board [Kc 7h Ah] Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) collected (120) Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) folded on the Flop
*********** # 16 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315708257: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:56:56 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1065 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (435 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 30 funnd: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [Jc 4h] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (30) returned to funnd funnd collected 60 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 60 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (60)
*********** # 17 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315703105: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:56:40 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1005 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (495 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 30 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [6c 7s] funnd: calls 30 TheBigBunnyMan: checks *** FLOP *** [9h Tc 5h] TheBigBunnyMan: bets 120 funnd: folds Uncalled bet (120) returned to TheBigBunnyMan TheBigBunnyMan collected 120 from pot TheBigBunnyMan: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 120 | Rake 0 Board [9h Tc 5h] Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) collected (120) Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) folded on the Flop
*********** # 18 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315701820: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:56:36 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1035 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (465 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 30 funnd: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [4s Qd] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (30) returned to funnd funnd collected 60 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 60 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (60)
*********** # 19 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315696444: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:56:20 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #2 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (975 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (525 in chips) funnd: posts small blind 30 TheBigBunnyMan: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [5d 9d] funnd: calls 30 TheBigBunnyMan: checks *** FLOP *** [Js 5c 6d] TheBigBunnyMan: bets 60 funnd: folds Uncalled bet (60) returned to TheBigBunnyMan TheBigBunnyMan collected 120 from pot TheBigBunnyMan: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 120 | Rake 0 Board [Js 5c 6d] Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (big blind) collected (120) Seat 2: funnd (button) (small blind) folded on the Flop
*********** # 20 ************** PokerStars Hand #214315695129: Tournament #2913977466, $95+$5 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IV (30/60) - 2020/05/23 0:56:16 ET Table '2913977466 1' 3-max Seat #1 is the button Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (1005 in chips) Seat 2: funnd (495 in chips) TheBigBunnyMan: posts small blind 30 funnd: posts big blind 60 *** HOLE CARDS *** Dealt to TheBigBunnyMan [3h Js] TheBigBunnyMan: folds Uncalled bet (30) returned to funnd funnd collected 60 from pot funnd: doesn't show hand *** SUMMARY *** Total pot 60 | Rake 0 Seat 1: TheBigBunnyMan (button) (small blind) folded before Flop Seat 2: funnd (big blind) collected (60)
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2/5 live deep - check shoved on with top top, line check

Hey guys,
This is a hand I made a note of from the last time I played live (a couple of months ago). I thought it was somewhat interesting, appreciate your thoughts on all streets, especially river.
Note - I was at the table but am writing from the perspective of another player IE I was not the button in this hand.
Scene - 6 handed 2/5 NLHE, have been playing about 4 hours. Decent table with two absolute whales. Unfortunately the two best players are directly to my left. I think I am perceived as decent but nothing special, very ABC. Bought in for 500 and am running well.
Folds to me OTB with AsKd and just shy of 2k in my stack, I make it 20, SB (TAG reg, covers me) makes it 65 and BB (decent reg, ~600 stack) flats. I elect to flat in position - thoughts? Should I be 4betting here almost all of the time?
Flop (pot 195) K64sss SB bets 120, BB folds and I flat (thoughts here? Anyone prefer a raise? I feel this is fine, SB tends to be quite aggro, I have very little to deny equity against and I can call 3 streets here on basically any runout).
Turn (pot 435) 4d. Board K644sssd. SB checks, I bet 200 and he calls.
River (pot 835) Jh. Board is K644Jsssdh. SB checks, I bet 550 (?) and SB jams for ~1600. What do I do?

Appreciate any discussion/thoughts on all streets/sizing etc. Can post results later on.

Thanks for all your thoughts/feedback.
I was SB in this hand with JsJc - button pretty much snap called and tabled his hand immediately. Discussion at the table afterwards was about how much of a cooler it was. I personally thought it was a definite fold on the river (and arguably a check back), a couple of people I have talked to about it since have said it was a call so I posted here for more opinions.
I noted this hand for 2 reasons - firstly because a few people I respect seem to think this is a call and second because it made me reconsider what my table image might be!
Thanks again all :)
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Jacks Getting Me In Trouble Again (Questionable Line)

3/5, 9-handed, 1.3k effective
Hero UTG opens to 25 with J♦ J♠ HJ calls. Villain in BB 3! to 125. Hero calls and HJ folds.
Flop (270) Q♦ 9♦ 2♦ V lets out an angry sigh after seeing the flop and checks. Hero bets 120. V calls.
Turn (510) 10♣ V checks. Hero bets 350. V angrily sighs again, tanks for a bit, and calls.
River (1210) 4♦ V checks. Hero checks.
V shows K♦ K♣
Think a lot of my line here (if not all of it) is questionable, but thought process below:
Pre-Flop: Villain is an older OMC-like player and seems to have pretty much no 3! range outside of AA and KK. I was pretty certain HJ was folding after seeing his reaction to the 3! (and based on his 3-bet calling frequency being super low from what I've seen). I don't quite have the odds to set mine here, but I do have position in what I'm assuming will be a heads up pot. As I called, I immediately regretted it (and still think this was a big mistake against the player type, even with position).
Flop: I have seen V angrily fold what seems like an overpair to multi-street aggression on wet boards, so I plan to turn my hand into a bluff (and thinking if another diamond hits I might actually end up with the best hand). Villain takes a look at this hand and tanks for a bit before calling. I'm not really sure if he has a diamond or not at this point, but definitely think the AA,KK range is what I'm up against here.
Turn: As I pick up some equity with the OESD, I decide to fire off one more barrel hoping to fold out any of his AA or KK with no diamond. He tanks for a little while but I don't think he ever seriously considers folding. I'm pretty sure he's got a diamond at this point and think his range is now strictly (A♦ Ax and K♦ Kx). Pretty much done with the hand here unless my OESD hits.
River: When he checks to me I think for a second about shoving and trying to rep the Ad, but just give up and take my showdown value considering he might have it himself and even if he doesn't he's probably not folding out the Kd to a slightly over 1/2 pot bet.
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£1/2 live 99 bluff

Utg straddles to 4, utg+1 (hero) bets £36 with 9h9c.
I have a tight image btw.
Folds around to SB (passive but not station) who calls. Pot is £78.
Flop is AdTh5h
SB checks. Hero bets 60. SB calls. Pot is £198
Turn is Td. SB checks. Hero bets £120 and SB calls.
I think he has a lot of AJ, AQ, KJ,KQ, JJ, maybe QQ and maybe lower pairs too. Or a flush draw.
Pot is £440
River is 5c. SB checks. Hero is shoves £350.
Here I'm not sure about the numbers, but I believe he still has AJ AQ JJ, 30 combos I should be able to force him to fold. He also has AT JT QT, 22 combos which probably never fold.
RFE is 44%, plus around 37%equity in case he calls, so I believe a shove here is valid.
Thoughts?
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Live 2/5 river decision

4 handed. Villain is the effective stack with around 1300. I have close to 2000. He's a good reg, mid 20's, adapts well and generally makes good decisions. We have some history playing together - a few sessions. My image is loose reg. Villain probably considers me a good player for the most part. Anyway, I thought this was an interesting spot.

BTN (Villan) raises to 15
BB (Hero) has 79hh and 3bets to 55, BTN calls
FLOP 8h 8c 9c
Hero bets 45, BTN calls
TURN Ks
Hero checks, BTN bets 120, hero calls
RIVER 7c
Hero checks, BTN bets 250, hero?
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2/5 Spot in 3-way 4BP

Have not posted here in a while. May I dare rouse the good regs from their sleep and ask for some input on my decisions on every street. As usual, won't post results till bit later. Pre-emptive apologies for long write up.

V1 - Loose, spazzy, A2C whale. Does not really have a fold button w pairs.
V2 - Loose Euro crypto fish. Has been seen to button clicky pre and on river w marginal SDV turning into bluffs. Not exactly crazy though.
Hero is 21yo Asian reg. Def has an aggressive image.

2/5 9-handed eff stacks ~1600
V1 limps UTG. I raise to 25 in +1 w/ AdQh. Folds around to V2 on BTN who 3b click to 50. UTG calls. I 4b to 210. Both call.

FLOP (637) Qd9d6s

V1 checks. Do we ever x to protect range here? If we do AdQx seems like a helluva good combo to do so. SPR is 2.3 though and vs 2 fish where my range is super strong anyways I prob should be betting all value hands here and for small size.

I bet 160. I miscalculated the pot pre, meant to bet 1/3 planning to 1-1.2x pot jam most turns except prob Kx. I don't mind 1/4 either tbh. Thoughts on this line or better to just go 2/3 pot for 2/3 pot turn jam? I'm generally betting small w/ range but also encourages some extra light peels and we just get to shove turn anyway vs inelastic calling ranges. both Vs might get to the turn w some garbage and just decide they don't feel like folding anymore, but more V1 especially. I guess there's also the small factor of inducing a spaz from V1.

V2 clicks to 410. V1 tank folds. Back to me. Don't think we'll be folding but are we calling or jamming? Ad is sort of bad but allows us to play pretty much all turns. Don't think V2 has any traps pre but can have QQ/99 here. May also be doing this w/ Qx and something random like JJ-TT/GSSD induced by small bet. Think FDs are either calling IP vs small c bet or just over shoving. Call or shove here? at the SPR shoving seems fine but getting in 320bb w TPTK AND expecting worse to call seemed a bit steep of a proposition at the time. Shove takes the decision making out of the equation and may attract calls from Qx/JJ-TT which just thinks wtf. Might also just fold out all worse hands and only get called by better so idk.

I ended up calling, w/ my read on villain being that he won't really bluff jam turn often at all (maybe never) once I bet/call the click, and when he does I'm crushed and can fold. Maybe a bit too ambitious explo-wise.

TURN (1457) 8x

I check. Not my favourite card but fairly indifferent. Still thinking abt making an explo fold vs jam at SPR ~0.7. V bets 120.
This just seems like he's buying a river check IP all day and I really consider shoving. He would just jam QQ/99/Q9s all day here. He may have AQ/KQ/JJ and think he can go for this little IP blockethin value bet. I'm confused as hell and decide to just call.

RIVER (1697) 5x

I check. What do I do if facing a bet here? It would pretty much always be a jam for half pot. If he min bets again I just sigh snap. He doesn't really make any hands OTR but his jam would just be so strange. I guess just call getting the odds.
EDIT: V checks and tables AQo. Bit anticlimactic I know

Extra: Consider this next bit sorta in a vacuum. For those who think I should just jam flop, I assume we're just going with AA/KK/QQ/AQ/AKdd. what about KQs? (will just not consider JJ here). Do we have some checks OTF and if so what? just AdAx/AK?

If we get flat called IP by V2 OTF and turn is say 3d, do we still jam AA/KK/AQ no diamond for 1.2x pot? with AdAx/AdQx I think we def can but is that optimal? I think we always go with KdKx/QQ and obv AKdd (can explo bet small w this one). I'm actually really stumped thinking about it. Do we want a x range of all our 1p hands w.o a diamond? what do we do facing turn jam? Do we x again on brick rivs or jam for value? (I guess we want to have AdAx/AdQx checking turn to have some flushes on dd runouts/to be able to comfortably call off). Do we want multiple bet sizes or one size? I guess jamming range on turn makes things simpler but i'm not sure jamming all our 1p hands w no diamond is best. could be but I'm just unsure. Flop suits make Qxdd impossible which is nice.
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Has anyone played Extreme Hold'Em? Story from this weekend...

Went to a home game this weekend that was unlike anything I'd ever played in. I've been to this game many times before, but tonight was different. We were all drinking, and someone suggested, jokingly, an extreme poker variant. We called it "Extreme Hold'Em". Basically, it's played exactly like normal Hold'Em, except with each round of betting, you're allowed to add on a physical element besides chips. We were playing 1/2, I'll give an example of a couple hands (everyone was playing nitty, for obvious reasons...). Stacks are $1k effective, hero covers. FYI: You're able to buy your way out of any of the physical parts, as I'll detail below, but if you decide to take part in the physical part, villain has to pay you whatever your offer to buyout was. If you refuse to do the physical act, or pay your way out of it, you're never invited to the game again...


Hand #1:
Hero is UTG+2 and opens red aces to $15 (it's $1/2). Cutoff calls, SB and BB come along.

Flop ($60): 6c/7c/5d
SB donk leads for 40, BB calls, I call.
Turn ($180): Turn Ac
Checks to me, I bet $120, SB folds, BB raises to $300 and a punch to the face (this is the physical element). I'm sitting here with top set, considering what hands call flop and check-raise turn that I beat...I also have to consider that villain looks to be a solid 6'2 240 lbs, so I value the punch to the face at a premium higher than if he was 5'7 150 or so...not sure how to evaluate the value there. I decide to call.

River: ($780, punch fo the face): River 4c, possibly the worst card in the deck for me. Villain shoves all in + a kick in the balls. So at this point we're looking at a pot of roughly $1500, a punch to the face and a kick to the balls, with 4 to a flush/straight on board. I decide to fold, knowing that it'll cost me at least another $500 to buy my way out of those two things. He showed 8 9 of clubs having turned his hand into a bluff.

Hand #2, about an hour later, after a very nitty session so far, I wake up with AK diamonds in the big blind. It folds to the SB, who has been playing really loose and built quite a stack. He looks at his hand, waits a few seconds and asks if I'd like to chop. I say play it out. So he limps. I raise to $15, he calls. Effective stack is $900, villain covers us
Flop: ($30): AK6 all clubs. He donk leads $50. I raise to $150. He shoves all in + a round of russian roulette. All chatter at the table stops, and I laugh thinking he's joking. He pulls out a revolver and empties all except 1 bullet, and cautiously places it on the table. I look at the host of the game and ask "Surely this isn't serious?", to which he replies saying "You can buy your way out of it" and smirks at me. I ask villain if we can run it twice, to which he agrees.

He flips over Q10 of clubs for the flopped flush. Both boards run out with no K or A, and my heart skips a beat. At this point I become very conscious of everyone at the table looking at me. I ask "How much is it", not about the pot I just lost, but about how much it'll cost me to buy my way out of the russian roulette round. He says $5k, knowing I don't have that much on me.

Now, I've been to this home game plenty of times, and I've been averaging $500 a session, so I'm looking at my 3 choices here: 1. Borrow $5k to pay him off, 2. Refuse to do the act and not be reinvited to a very lucrative game, or 3. Play the game of Russian Roulette and either win 5 grand or the Darwin award. I'm thinking I need to balance my range here occasionally and put that doubt in peoples heads in the future when they add physical acts to the bets, thinking I'll buy my way out of them.

I elect to borrow $5k from the host as I decided that not leaving my life up to a 16.6% chance is the +EV decision. Next home game is this upcoming Friday night, not sure of the format yet, but will definitely be going to try to dig myself out of this hole. Feel free to critique my hands as I'm not sure how I played them given the different format.
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1/2: Any way I could get away from TPTK here?

1/2 UTG straddle 4, one limp, unknown V MAWG CO (295) raises to 11, BTN nit calls, Hero (700) SB AsQd 3bets to 50, only CO calls
Flop (120): Qs9c8s
Hero bets 120, V shoves 245, Hero calls
Not sure why I cbet pot here but even if I bet 75 and he shoved, don’t think we can fold. Holding the As obv bad but V isn’t calling 50 pre with 99/88/98s/JTs IMO either. (Maybe 88/99)
V showed up with QQ.
Any way I could get away?
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