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Thread: It doesnt pay to slow play

  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2011

    It doesnt pay to slow play

    4.40 tournament 1234 players w a good payout
    I was close to our table chip leader in chips and limped in with AS-7S small blind calls big blind( chip leader calls)
    flop 10S-QS-3S check to me I check
    turn 9S 3X blind bet I smooth call trying not to show I have the nuts small blind folds
    river KS big bl all in I call he has JS 2D
    I lose to a straight flush I guess no matter how long u play u learn more every game
    from now on be aggresive w good hands only slow play the absolute nuts

  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    sick turn card but anyway: slowplaying isnt good in most cases. for example if one of your opponents holds Ks on the flop then never will fold and you gain more value with betting. also dont decide based on having the coldstone nuts or not but based on villains likely range(what worse cards could call your bet in a certain spot down). more luck to you next time!

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