I'm a bit more than a part time player and my winnings help fund my life. I currently float between 7-8bb/hr and I want to get up to 10bb/hr next year. So I have some work to do and want CLP support.
Tonight was a $5/$5 game $200-$700.
I haven't had a over a $2k loss since 11/11/16. But it's like every month I have at least one big lose. Tonight I lost $2.3k and I need advice on these hands. I wasn't tilted and playing crappy hands after I lost a big pot. I think I had a different type of tilt where if had a decent enough hand I just wanted to get it and get some back and get some momentum.
What's the thoughts of playing over agrressive in these spots?!Were generally I'm infront but tonight I just value owned myself.
I'm playing what looks agressive and building that image. Opening and 3beting more than normal, but my pre flop hand distributions are making this happen.
I've shown one bluff for a $50 bet in a small pot.
V I have played one hand with him 10min earlier and he limped called pre then donked into me with JJ for $50 on a Q 10 3 rainbow flop. Doesn't buy in full and not a good player.
V limps early to mid couple of other limpers I open the button to $30 and the V calls.
H 99 button
9♦ 7♠ 4♦
V donks $55
Hero raises $150
V calls $150
V checks and has $350 left
H bets $350? What is a better option?
Against a range of 10 10-QQ, AK A2♦, KQ-K9♦, QJ, J10, 68♦ my hand has 54% equity.
I bet the river because it's a pot size bet and I honestly had the V on an over pair more than a draw. And I wanted to protect my equity as I don't think V is ever folding an over or especially an over pair with a♦ in it.