So I got in a very brief session yesterday. A winning session (+1.5 buy-ins). Yet I question the two hands that won me the most money. What do you think of my play? My comments are below each instant replay.
My analysis: Villian here is a 21/19/4.5 player over 200+ hands. The definition of slightly loose, aggressive, perhaps bluffs a bit too much.
Preflop: I'm ok with flatting from SB. Folding is an option but he is a full buy-in+ and I think he'll pay me off if I hit a set.
Flop: Error #1, I need to bet my set, especially being out of position. My thoughts at the time was that I would check-raise. whoops.
Turn: I got to bet now to protect my hand from the 4card flush. His flat call scares me.
River: Maybe he missed. Let's bet. Crap. Got raised. @#%@#%@#$ I hate RNG. crying call. WOOHOO!
Terribly played hand imo. Looking for input on if river call of raise was correct. I think have the odds to justify it but perhaps I was just being a spewtard.
My analysis: Only 14 hands on this guy but he has been a spewtard playing over 50% of his hands raising 42% of them, and an AF of over 5 (means bluffing often), but very micro hand sample worries me.
PRE: I flat from Big Blind with a pocket pair that gets me in trouble often. Nothing wrong here.
Flop: Check-raise. Crap. Let's see where I'm at. I actually paused to think this one out. he pushes. What hands push? Sets flat. Overpairs flat. Draws push right? Semi bluffs push? Complete air? Nah, he has something just don't think it is that strong. Let's look at hand ranges. Based on his play so far, I narrow his range to TPGK, OPES, two pair, perhaps a set. Only overpair possible in my mind is JJ.
I have a gutshot plus an over. I'm ahead of the majority of the hands he could have. Make confident call for once.
What do you all think? Good thinking or spewtard who will continue to be a breakeven player?