PAHWM: 25NL Zone (no strategy required)

boltonguy

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Hero opens UTG +1 with KK. +2 flats, BN 3 bets, BB jams, Hero over jams and +2 calls. BN folds - what a wimp:

Ignition Hand #4078757442 Zone Poker ID#1692 HOLDEMZonePoker No Limit [MVS] - 2021-02-24 21:55:56 UTC
Table Info: Version: 1, Type: MVS, Stakes: $0.10-$0.25, Table: 0003075A-0
Seat 1: UTG ($24.65 in chips)
Seat 2: UTG+1 [ME] ($29.94 in chips)
Seat 3: UTG+2 ($40.23 in chips)
Seat 4: Dealer ($28.28 in chips)
Seat 5: Small Blind ($28.56 in chips)
Seat 6: Big Blind ($10.71 in chips)

*** HOLE CARDS ***
UTG+1 [ME] : Card dealt to a spot :kc::kd:
UTG : Folds
UTG+1 [ME] : Raises $0.75 to $0.75
UTG+2 : Calls $0.75
Dealer : Raises $3.35 to $3.35
Small Blind : Folds
Big Blind : All-in(raise) $10.46 to $10.71
UTG+1 [ME] : All-in(raise) $29.19 to $29.94
UTG+2 : All-in(raise) $39.48 to $40.23
Dealer : Folds

UTG+2 shows :jh::jd:
Big Blind shows :tc::th:
Hero begins mentally chanting "HOLD, HOLD, HOLD, HOLD ..."

*** FLOP *** :3c::ad::ks:
*** TURN *** :3c::ad::ks: :as:
*** RIVER *** :3c::ad::ks: :as: :3s:

UTG+1 [ME] : Showdown [Ks Kd Kc As Ad]
UTG+2 : Showdown [As Ad Jh Jd Ks]
Big Blind : Showdown [As Ad Th Tc Ks]

*** SUMMARY ***
Total Pot($74.04)
Board [3c Ad Ks As 3s]
Seat+1: UTG Folded before the FLOP
Seat+2: UTG+1 [ME] $72.04 with [Ks Kd Kc As Ad]
Seat+3: UTG+2 lost with [As Ad Jh Jd Ks]
Seat+4: Dealer Folded before the FLOP
Seat+5: Small Blind Folded before the FLOP
Seat+6: Big Blind lost with [As Ad Th Tc Ks]
 

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Nice.:):)

I had to face a very loose and aggressive player at 5/10 cents on P*stars the other night.
It wasn't possible he held strong hands continuously; he wasn't just entering but rather raising each and every pot.
If he got re-raised, he re-reraised, scaring off people with just "reasonable hands".

I decided I had to stand up to that kind of aggression, pushing all-in a pair of Queens pre-flop. He turned over a pair of Aces :eek: this time; however a third Queen flashed on the turn. :)

After several dozen hands, he was back to his very intimidating habits, so I made the ridiculous mistake of pushing all-in pre with just A9off :rolleyes: out of indignation, as if I were short-stacked (I wasn't; I was deep and winning).
He again called and turned over KK, only to see another A on the turn:D
Most scandalously lucky hand (and session, as a whole) of my life, probably.
 
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Good work.

Remember that whale from my other thread? He was playing 78% of his hands. He only had about $5 left in his stack, and I woke up with KK. I raise, he reraised, I put him all in. He called. AA.

As my friend said, sometimes the sun even shines on a dog’s ass.
 
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