On failure, BB position and middle check me. I tend to bet for value; but then I thought: “They’re pretty tight players, and will probably bet.” At this point, I want to build a pot, hoping they will call my bet in turn, which will be twice as big. So, I also checked, as did Button.
Could that decision be a big mistake for me? 4h turn, put 4d on the board. It’s like a safe card, visit ARTAPOKER. I doubt any of my opponents hold 4 holes. While a set of 9 or 6 is possible, as well as appealing and a squeezing diamond, I feel confident my partner, King and Fours, is the best hand.
After BB and the middle position checked me, I made a big value bet – hoping to see the pot grow. Button moved. Then, the other two were called to see the river. As my heart fell into the river, I stopped to think: “I hope nothing turns red.”
I was relieved when both opponents checked on me. Hesitantly, but still confident, I made a big bet. Fold BB. But, then the middle position lifted me. I sat in my chair, fixing my gaze on her. No one can tell the difference. “He’s not a cheater,” I thought.
Of course, I have to call for an increase; the pot is too big to give up. I hope I still have the best, but I don’t! He had lifted me up with the queen as high as the queen, and took the pot right in front of my eyes. I’m ruined!
Then, resting for a moment and thinking of the hand, I wondered if I had made a big mistake of not betting on failure. He might fold the heart of the Q-3, and I would win the pot, albeit a little smaller.
Am I too greedy?
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