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Session Notes — Part II

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Oct 15, 2014


Last time, I started in on analyzing some hands from a session not too long ago. I’m going to jump right back in to that session. As a reminder, this is $5-$5 no limit hold’em with a $300-to-$1,500 buy in. Hand 1: The cutoff makes it $35, I call on button with 4-4. The flop is A-K-7 with two clubs. Cutoff checks, I bet $50, cutoff min-raises to $100, I make it $205 and cutoff jams for $900. I fold. This hand was pretty well butchered. My opponent will definitely play for stacks if he flops well and I flop a set, so I’m fine with calling prelop. However, after that, it’s kind of a disaster. We’ve been battling a bit, even this early in the session, and I’ve three-bet him several times already. Because of this, it’s nearly impossible for me to rep anything on this flop when he ...

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