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Set 165bb deep vs. passive fish

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by Pro2type, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. Pro2type

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    NL Holdem $1(BB) Replayer Game#3570130009

    lambrazzo ($166)
    platano163 ($185)
    Hero ($235)
    Chip-in ($120)
    vectralo ($139)

    lambrazzo antes $0.10
    platano163 antes $0.10
    Hero antes $0.10
    Chip-in antes $0.10
    vectralo antes $0.10
    lambrazzo posts (SB) $0.50
    platano163 posts (BB) $1


    Dealt to Hero: :9s: :9h:
    Hero raises to $3
    fold ,
    lambrazzo calls $2.50
    fold ,

    FLOP
    ($7.50) :Jh: :4h: :9c:
    lambrazzo checks
    Hero bets $5
    lambrazzo calls $5

    TURN
    ($17.50) :Jh: :4h: :9c: :Ts:
    lambrazzo checks
    Hero bets $12.50
    lambrazzo raises to $25

    Hi guys,
    behind me is a LAG regular to the limit 26/23/5 for 800 hands who PF calls only 7% total mostly from CO and BTN and in front of me is a passive calling station 53/4/0,9 for 200 hands.
    On the flop bigger bet is an option but don`t think it will change the situation in this spot. He don’t like folding to CB and don`t like raising them too, his aggression is increasing in river direction so he`ll bet the river very often.
    We are 165bb deep with the fish and he has to have something if he ch/raise me on the turn, the problem is that he can have easily TQ or T8, and not so often TT and JJ. so what you will do in this spot ?
     
  2. Make2Plays

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    KQh is also very easily in his range (and maybe even offsuit if he is really loose about calling flop c-bets). I tend to call and eval river this deep. If you raise and he ships it, you hate calling but you almost have to. Is it possible for you to 3-bet fold this turn? I'm not sure if it's possible for me.
     
  3. jully

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    bet 6+ on the flop and 14+ on the turn
    obv here ...not many options than call that turn and decide what to do on the riv
     
  4. Pro2type

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    OK but they are a ton of scary cards on the river 7,8,Q,K,A and every heart...
     
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    yes ...u'r calling the turn because u'r not sure if ur way ahead or way behind and if u'r way ahead (jt) i guess he's not bluffing on the scare cards because now they arwe scare cards for him also ...and ofc he's vbetting the nuts hands kq etc on the riv with or without scare cards
     

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