Earlier in the week i played a couple of hands earlier in the week that i thought gave me the toughest decisions... here they are!
£10/£20 NL Holdem - 6 handed. I have £3300 in front of me. My main opponent in this hand has the same in front of him.
I am dealt 9dTd in the small blind. 2 limpers and the button makes it £120. He could quite easily be trying to steal the limpers money and has played quite aggressive since he joined the table. I decide to call and the limpers pass.
Pretty much almost the perfect flop for me. So i decided to check raise if i get the opportunity. I check. My opponent bet out £200 and i made it £500 and he called. Its tough to put him on a hand now as i surely QQ, KK or AA type hands would reraise or pass in that situation.
I decide to represent a made hand. I could still be winning with my pair of nines. So i bet £950. He calls. Maybe he is flushing? I was slightly baffled by the call.
Now what? I have £1750 in front of me. All in? Check, call if he bets? Check, pass if he bets?
£10/£20 PL Omaha - 6 handed. I have £5600 going in to this hand.
I am dealt QQ89. With the 89 in hearts. Two limpers. I make it £70 play. First limper who is a decent player makes it £150. I call. Flop QK6 with two hearts. He checks. i make it £350. He calls.
He checks. I make it £1000. He reraises me another £3000. I have £4200 left if i pass.
What to do on this one? Two options i guess. All in or pass?