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Phil Hellmuth POKER Hand Of The Week 9/27/10

An interesting hand came up last week at the $4,400 buy-in Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em event at the World Series of Poker Europe in London.

A loose and aggressive European player sitting directly to my left had reraised me three times earlier in the day and each time I folded. This guy, let's call him Euro Guy, had the chip lead at our table with 30,000 chips. I had 14,000 in chips and was playing tight.

Seated in the cutoff position, with blinds at 100/200, I opened for 450 with 8h-6h. Euro Guy raised to 1,450 from the button and I called.

The flop came 6c-4c-4d. I checked, he bet 1,200, I raised to 2,800, and he made the call.

The 9c fell on the turn. I checked, Euro Guy immediately fired out a 2,500 bet, and I called.

The river was the 10h. I checked and he bet 4,500. I paused for a while, trying to figure out what he could have. With only 7,000 left in my chip stack, I knew that if I called and was beat, I'd be in really bad shape.

Finally, I made the call. "You're good," said my opponent as he showed down his Js-2c.

Let's take a closer look at this hand.

My pre-flop 450 bet from the cutoff was okay, especially considering that we were playing six-handed Hold'em. Euro Guy's reraise to 1,450 from the button was a terrific play as he figured that I was weak and acted on his read.

Frankly, my call with 8h-6h was a little wild. I really should have raised it up instead if I truly sensed weakness in my opponent.

My check on the flop was the standard play. There was no reason for me to bet out and miss a likely continuation bet from my super-loose opponent. I just had to let him bluff off some more of his money to me!

Euro Guy's 1,200 bet was the standard C-bet which I had correctly anticipated. My 1,600 raise was intended to send a clear message to him that I had a real hand. His call was an advanced play known as floating a bet. Skilled players will sometimes float a bet by calling or raising with a weak hand with the intention of bluffing on the next round of betting.

My check on the turn was standard as the 9c completed all flush draws. His 2,500 bet was solid. He called 1,600 on the flop to float me, and since I checked on the turn, he was almost forced to bet in order to continue with his line of play.

But I don't like the fact that he bet so quickly. I figured that he probably wouldn't have bet a flush or an overpair like Q-Q so fast. The speed of his bet signaled weakness.

My quick 2,500 call on the turn wasn't a great play either. Would I have called that fast with a flush, an overpair, or trips? Not likely. I showed some weakness here, too.

On the river, my check was easy and his 4,500 bet was an excellent play. Euro Guy continued his line of play, still sensing that I was weak on the flop and possibly even weaker on the turn.

My 4,500 call on the river was a very tough decision. Since I only had 7,000 chips left, the consequences of calling and losing were huge. Honestly, I thought Loose Euro might have had a hand like pocket queens. I was so close to folding but manned up instead and ended up making a terrific call.

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