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Flush draw and 2 overcards in 3bet pot?

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by Pro2type, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. Pro2type

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    NL Holdem $1(BB) Replayer Game#3163701685

    Awesome1000 ($100)
    Darkelf ($82.95)
    christine198 ($105)
    Grisas ($136)
    Rubecula ($100)
    Hero ($226)

    Awesome1000 posts (SB) $0.50
    Darkelf posts (BB) $1


    Dealt to Hero: :Qs: :As:
    fold , fold , fold ,
    Hero raises to $2.50
    Awesome1000 raises to $7.50
    fold ,
    Hero calls $5

    FLOP
    ($16) :Th: :6s: :2s:
    Awesome1000 bets $13


    Hi, the guy is 18/14 for 3,7k hands, from that position calls 7% and 3bets 7% (but in my case it`s more like 15%). He CB 90% in 3bet pots and folds to raise 60%. I have some notes for him:
    -preflop calls MP raise from SB with AKo, on KQx flop ch/calls, on A turn ch/calls and on A river open shove
    - 3bets BTN min raise x3 from SB and folds to shove for 2bb from BB
    What do you think is the best play here ?
     
  2. Wonderful

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    Raise and get it in.
     
  3. Dexter08

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    I agree and would usually raise to about 29-30 so as to get weaker draws to shove which is obv a crazily awesome result for us
     
  4. Pro2type

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    hmmm...never thought about the possibility of him having weaker draws, 10x man
     

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