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Gary

I am new to live nlh games, having only played about 100 hours. Would like feedback on a 1-2 game hand. The player utg was a good lag player and opened for $10. A nitty player utg+1 called. I had a somewhat nitty image and re-raised to $37 from mp2. The villain, new to the table, had about his starting stack of $300. He called my raise from the button. The other two players also called. I had Kd, Ks. The flop was 9s 6s, 2c. The first two players checked, I raised all-in ($330) and the villain called off his remaining stack of about $260. The other two players folded. The villain shows 8c7h. The river brings the ten and a straight. Did I over play the Kings, get very unlucky, or both? Would appreciate feedback, thanks.

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  • I certainly wouldn't bet THAT much on the flop because it makes your hand very obvious. In that sense it could be considered an overplay, but if it's a fishy game where people are calling 3bets that wide and will stack off with any pair, then it might actually be optimal.

    Results wise, obviously you got unlucky. You gii with almost a 70% chance of winning and lost. It happens and to become a good poker player, you should feel good about this hand
    February 2015
  • I am new to live nlh games, having only played about 100 hours. Would like feedback on a 1-2 game hand. The player utg was a good lag player and opened for $10. A nitty player utg+1 called. I had a somewhat nitty image and re-raised to $37 from mp2. The villain, new to the table, had about his starting stack of $300. He called my raise from the button. The other two players also called. I had Kd, Ks. The flop was 9s 6s, 2c. The first two players checked, I raised all-in ($330) and the villain called off his remaining stack of about $260. The other two players folded. The villain shows 8c7h. The river brings the ten and a straight. Did I over play the Kings, get very unlucky, or both? Would appreciate feedback, thanks.
    February 2015