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Not going to dwell on preflop as others already have done and that's not the decision your interested in. Heros stack should be about 11,300 ish at this point. I think the turn 7 is a check/fold line for sure. It's fairly early on in the tournament and you have over 50 bb in what you say is a decent structured tournament. There will usually be much better ...


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Let's think what could they hold. I think the most likely hands are connected pair for a straight draw, Ax or maybe a low pair. I don't think they hold high or even mid pair or a strong Ace or one of them would have raised PF. You beat all pocket pairs, you beat all but AK, tie AQ and the straight draw is 16% likely to hit. The obvious question is what if ...


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Without the guy being forced to make a raise of much more then he thought, this hand is simple, I am going to raise the all in just to go head up. V1 is not all that short stacked, just short enough to start pushing with some aces or pairs when he can get it in first. His M is about ten, so he is not entirely desperate yet. Having another player in makes ...


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You should have bet more on the flop. At the flop, the pot size was 14k, and you bet 14.5k. The cut-off's remaining stack after calling this bet would be 14.4k. If the cut-off has put you on AA or top pair, then they will be acutely aware that if they hit their flush they could easily stack you say 70% of the time. Therefore if they call, they will hit ...


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I don't see how you could not busted here with AA in a 3-man table. You make a big raise preflop of 4.5x and they both called; that seems a big raise but also on a very loose table, since a guy is calling around 20% of his stack with merely Q7s, so your move of overraising was good, you probably read the table of being very loose, since with AA you want to ...


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In fact this seems to be a very variable rule. Asking in a casino nearby about the house rule regarding this issue they said that they changed the ruling in february. Before that, you had to show your hand on showdown even if all other players had mucked. After that, they changed it that you don't have to show.


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It seems the "Adjusted" description relates to a calculation involving ICM. Ripped direct from the PT4 forums, posted by the mod WhiteRider: (See the whole thread here) "My C" means "My Currency", and implies a monetary stat. "My C Net Adjusted" is your expected winnings based on the difference in ICM values between your actual chip stack at the ...


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I've found this in the wsop tournament rules: Exposing Cards and Proper Folding: A participant exposing his or her cards with action pending will incur a penalty, but will not have a dead hand. The penalty will begin at the end of the hand. All participants at the table are entitled to see the exposed card(s). When folding, cards should be pushed ...



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