1st hand: You’re lucky I have notes on Agey and dpcdiver, two players I’ve already played against.
Agey: "Likes to have good hands in conti-conti-cbet 1bb
dpcdiver: “very calling station.
Does very sick bluffs, very very polarized player.”
Preflop: you’re in the big blind, check is good, don’t raise because you can watch the flop for free with a hand that has a strong playability.
Of course in another position you should never pay 1BB with 10 blinds, it is either all in most of the time (because you need less than 24.7 BB to do it with this hand and you have 10BB), or a fold.
Flop: Quick check, excellent!!! :
1)against two beginners players, no need to bet to balance with bluffs because they are beginners and they don’t understand this principle.
2) because you will represent too much strength given your stack
3)Because you have the chance to play a good hand against dpcdiver, a player who bluffs part of the time and enter in lot of hands, and who has the stack to bet
4)Because you are out of position, you don’t know what your opponents will do, so you might as well let them bet (especially with your hand and the flop because there is only one jack left in the pack).
Agey bet 1BB and dpcdiver pay, at this stage paying is the best solution for
keep weak hands or pure bluffs in the hand and let both players bet on the turn
Turn: Check, nothing else to do, especially since both players have been active at the flop, they will surely bet by themselves again, and the king is a not too bad card because AK or KQ are two possible overcards that would have interested them preflop and on the flop, and the K opens a straight draw with AT or AQ, (and yes very few players raise these hands before the flop on this site)
one of the best turn would have been an ace though but I’m not going to go into details.
Agey check, I still put him on a vulnerable hand, TT 99 88 77, 56s, or a flush draw.
Dgcp bet 400 after a check!!!, here I don’t pay because at this stage my opponents are interested in the pot, I raise 1200 to get paid by a king or a flush draw max, or a small pair, going all in is not disgusting either in the sense that there is a pot size to put (you have 3200 chips and the pot is 3200) and that represent less strength than if you raise, but it’s a bit too much violent and the fact that Dgcp bets 1BB shows weakness, so I prefer 3Bet, it’s amazing but again, you’re really going to get paid by a lot of hands like A2s A3s ect… TT 99, and of course QK and AK, and very rarely AT and AQ, and this will allow you to raise 1200 on the turn and to go all in for 2400 on the river instead of paying 400 on the turn and go all in for 3200 on the river which is too brutal
Your goal is to put all your chips in the middle of the table, you need to build the pot at this stage and no longer slow play, so in this case you can break your stack down into two bets to make sure you will be paid : again, instead of paying 400 and do 3200 river I would have raised 1200 on the turn and then all in 2400 on the river.
River: ALL INNNNNNNNNNN(especially if you did 1200 on the turn)
In your case, all in is brutal given the previous actions, but it is still the best choice given that there is a pot size to be put in
The biggest mistake you made was at the river, because even from the way you played the turn you could still recover at the river an go all in as you had a very small stack, so be very careful when you will have between 50BB and 100BB in the same situation, because the mistakes will cost more
i’m french i hope you will understand my sentences