Thursday, July 12, 2007

best mookie finish ever

This was a VERY interesting hand and here it is in grave detail...

17 left in the mookie and I am about 10th-ish here... I was FIFTH, but had to release a hand and escape..

With a round costing 1350 with antes, my M is 6-7, but my Q is about 1.0 +/- 0.1

Full Tilt Poker Game #2921499396: The Mookie - Arrgh Matey (22098113), Table 6 - 300/600 Ante 75 - No Limit Hold'em - 0:25:16 ET - 2007/07/12

Seat 1: GCox25 (11,078)
Seat 2: weak_player (7,246)
Seat 3: jeciimd (8,745)
Seat 4: willwonka (9,854)
Seat 5: riggstad (7,665)
Seat 6: Astin (19,119)
Seat 7: IslandBum1 (8,147)
Seat 8: columbo (8,398)
Seat 9: HighOnPoker (20,305)

antes 75
IslandBum1 posts the small blind of 300
columbo posts the big blind of 600
The button is in seat #6

folded around to Astin.
Astin raises to 2,400 <==Button Raise
IslandBum1 folds
columbo calls 1,800 with [? ?]

*** FLOP *** [2h 7s 4s]
columbo has 15 seconds left to act
columbo bets 5,923, and is all in

Do I look strong here or weak?


MacAnthony said...

Typically when I see the stop and go in a tournament, I assume it's with a vulnerable hand that is trying to protect itself from an unimproved hand. I typically see medium pairs or suited broadway cards that have the draw (flush). I would call if I had a high pair, good draw with an ace, or possibly AK. Basically any hand I think I have a good shot at having at least 30% equity in the hand with.

I typically would expect to see 99-JJ though. A good hand that hopes it's against just an ace.

Anonymous said...

Smells like AK. I would call you with any pair or flush draw and reluctantly fold unsooted overcards.

Mike Maloney said...

You look like someone with an overpair or a flush draw.

bayne_s said...

Top pair or draw.

Astin has to call since he has AA, KK or nut flush draw with 2 overs. He is Astin

bayne_s said...

Astin has AA, KK or AK with nut flush draw he is Astin.

I would believe you have Top pair flush draw or straight draw.

columbo (at eifco dot org) said...

I had the OESD with 56.