hulk smash my face

Ever dropped 3 buyins in 200 hands? I did last night... which was fun. Below is the big loser, and I'm not quite sure I hate the play. The villain was 30/23/4 and making some pretty questionable plays, so I wanted to make him pay. The problem I have with this hand is that we were both so deep stacked. I have no qualms about making this shove when we both have 100BB; however, is it the right play given the fact that we are both at 150BB? I think he made a terrible call given his holding and my action, but curious on anyone else's thoughts. What would your line be?

Seat 1: comkom ($100 in chips)
Seat 2: rogosh55 ($61.80 in chips)
Seat 3: nazkev01 ($149.90 in chips)
Seat 4: Jeff Jewanda ($100 in chips)
Seat 5: Pho-nam ($226.20 in chips)
Seat 6: STMisTy ($118.25 in chips)
Jeff Jewanda: posts small blind $0.50
Pho-nam: posts big blind $1
*** HOLE CARDS **
Dealt to nazkev01 [8h 7h]
STMisTy: folds
comkom: folds
rogosh55: folds
nazkev01: raises $3 to $4
Jeff Jewanda: folds
Pho-nam: calls $3
** FLOP ** [Kh 7d Ah]
Pho-nam: checks
nazkev01: bets $5
Pho-nam: raises $10 to $15
nazkev01: raises $130.90 to $145.90 and is all-in
Pho-nam: calls $130.90
*** TURN ** [Kh 7d Ah] [8d]
*** RIVER ** [Kh 7d Ah 8d] [9c]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
Pho-nam: shows [7s As] (two pair, Aces and Sevens)
nazkev01: mucks hand
Pho-nam collected $297.30 from pot

i amM0NIKER at 2:52 PM 3 comments  

... like a phoenix

The summer is nearly over and my willingness to be overworked and underappreciated in the office has been tested, which means one thing: it's time for me to spend less time worrying about work, and more time improving my poker game. I've been strictly 4tabling 100nl this month with the following results. Not great, but I think I'm finally figuring out the level and expect to see much better results in my next 10k+ hands.



i amM0NIKER at 2:31 PM 1 comments