Bad play?

theagent77theagent77 Red Chipper Posts: 32 ✭✭
Hi guys this is a Sit'nGo hand I have played just tonight. I'm reviewing my hands and I wanted to listen your opinion about this one.

Do you think it is a profitable play overall?

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PokerStars - 60/120 Ante 12 NL - Holdem - 9 players
Hand converted by Holdem Manager : http://www.holdemmanager.com

UTG: 13,778 (114.8 bb)
UTG+1: 9,570 (79.8 bb)
MP: 4,276 (35.6 bb)
MP+1: 9,760 (81.3 bb)
MP+2: 8,208 (68.4 bb)
CO: 4,966 (41.4 bb)
BTN: 11,003 (91.7 bb)
SB: 33,420 (278.5 bb)
Hero (BB): 3,398 (28.3 bb)

9 players post ante of 12, SB posts 60, Hero posts BB 120

Pre Flop: (pot: 288) Hero has :Ac:Tc
4 folds, MP+2 calls 120, 2 folds, SB calls 60, Hero raises to 480, MP+2 calls 360, fold

Flop: (1,188, 2 players) :8d:2c:6s
Hero bets 594, MP+2 calls 594

Turn: (2,376, 2 players) :Jc
Hero bets 2,312 and is all-in, MP+2 calls 2,312

River: (7,000, 2 players) 2s

Results: 7,000 pot (0 rake)
Final Board: :8d:2c:6s:Jc:2s

Hero shows :Ac:Tc : (One Pair, Twos)
(Pre 65%, Flop 26%, Turn 30%)

MP+2 shows :6c:4c : (Two Pair, Sixes and Twos)
(Pre 35%, Flop 74%, Turn 70%)

MP+2 wins 7,000

Answers

  • TheGameKatTheGameKat Posts: 2,855 -
    You have a weak, sticky (limp-calls pre) opponent who has you well covered in a SNG. Against another opponent with different stacks, the line might be fine, but in this spot I don't like it.
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  • theagent77theagent77 Red Chipper Posts: 32 ✭✭
    Sorry I was wrong, it was an MTT . Anyway, I get your point, I was hoping to use some fold equity against 8x, 6x but I did not consider the sticky playing style.

    Do you suggest to x/c turn?
  • TheGameKatTheGameKat Posts: 2,855 -
    theagent77 wrote: »
    Sorry I was wrong, it was an MTT . Anyway, I get your point, I was hoping to use some fold equity against 8x, 6x but I did not consider the sticky playing style.

    Do you suggest to x/c turn?

    I'd bet the flop smaller and check turn. Check-call would depend on the price.
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  • MrFussMrFuss Red Chipper Posts: 142 ✭✭
    edited October 2019
    Depending on stats for the players I probably jam pre, take down the 4bb and move on. You've put yourself in a tricky spot OOP with a decent but marginal hand and <25 BB against an opponent that covers you. 28bb is a big shove but I like it better than your raise.

    I agree with Kat after your raise pre. Bet smaller like 1/3 pot on the flop and check turn. If V bets turn you'll probably have the right price to see the river and give up if you miss.

  • theagent77theagent77 Red Chipper Posts: 32 ✭✭
    Villain is a 50/8 and I am kicking myself for going out of line against an unthinking player. Thanks guys I appreciate your comments.

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