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100NL: Standart or Spew in 3b pot

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by radotdr, May 1, 2010.

  1. radotdr

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    Hand History for Game 3297903918 (Prima)
    $100.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Friday , April 30 , 04:49:33 ET 2010
    Table BBOh My Word (Real Money)
    Seat 3 is the button
    Seat 1: check_lol ( $265.36 USD )
    Seat 2: idan121 ( $203.36 USD )
    Seat 3: Postman1979 ( $113.22 USD )
    Seat 4: TBK-500 ( $65.44 USD )
    Seat 5: Hero ( $143.78 USD )
    Seat 6: Hokus ( $102.13 USD )
    TBK-500 posts small blind $0.50 .
    Hero posts big blind $1.00 .

    Dealt to Hero: :Ad: :Qc:
    Hokus folds
    check_lol folds
    idan121 calls $1.00
    Postman1979 raises $4.00
    TBK-500 folds
    Hero raises $13.00
    idan121 folds
    Postman1979 calls $10.00


    FLOP ($29.50)
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    Hero bets $15.00
    Postman1979 raises $32.00
    Hero raises $113.78

    I have only 350 hands on the guy and he is 23/17. I put him here on 88-JJ and sometimes bluff. So I deciceded I have around 40% equity. Is it OK to shove with all the money in pot ?

    I was planing to make 2nd barrel on any J+ and diamond.
     
  2. gazavat

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    Extremely low bluff frequency on this board from villain =>fold or call depending on your read for his preflop low PPs play and if he can do it with overpairs (I do it all the time with overpairs on these board types to get shoved on by AJ, AQ i AK). Also, he might apply bigger sizing with overpairs, so you have to consider this and if you elect to call flop and J, K, Q or A hits you should know if he will be capable to shove underpairs for value.

    cliff notes: he expects you to shove with huge part of your range, thus, it is spewy to shove
     
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    but theres so much money in the pot how is it bad to shove if we put him on 88-JJ?
     
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    @ Gazavat

    As you can see I dont have any reads on him, so I dont know how he plays spp or AK on this board. His flop raise is very strange, because with overpair he will want to stack off on the flop and thatswhy I expect a bigger raise. I was a little confused in this situation and probably fold was the best option.
     
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    This is the bottom of his range here and you are still behind, but you simply CANNOT just pick randomly the bottom of his range and evaluate you equity vs it..The pure bluff frequency of a normal reg here is very much close to zero, thus, you have zero fold equity and are dealing with a range of 22-JJ plus some combos of slowplayed QQ-AA plus 56s, plus A5s, evaluate your move vs this range..
     
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    withowt fold equity wich I think u dont have i don't like it
     

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