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Small OP in 3way pot

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by Dexter08, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. Dexter08

    Dexter08
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    Hand History for Game 3096619349 (Prima)
    $400.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Wednesday , January 20 , 12:20:32 ET 2010
    Table Sepeia (Real Money)
    Seat 4 is the button
    Seat 1: electer ( $339.60 USD )
    Seat 2: elne ( $861.90 USD )
    Seat 3: Hero ( $406.00 USD )
    Seat 4: gazzadom888 ( $180.60 USD )
    Seat 5: LuckySkill ( $414.00 USD )
    Seat 6: Gwoldeee ( $535.90 USD )
    LuckySkill posts small blind $2.00 .
    Gwoldeee posts big blind $4.00 .

    Dealt to Hero: :Jd: :Jc:
    electer raises $13.00
    elne folds
    Hero calls $13.00
    gazzadom888 folds
    LuckySkill folds
    Gwoldeee calls $9.00


    FLOP ($41.00)
    :2h: :Th: :6s:
    Gwoldeee checks
    electer checks
    Hero bets $28.00
    Gwoldeee raises $86.00
    electer folds
    Hero calls $58.00


    TURN ($213.00)
    :Qc:
    Gwoldeee bets $90.00
    Hero calls $90.00


    RIVER ($393.00)
    :2s:
    Gwoldeee bets $342.90

    Villain here is a good solid reg running 19/16. The original raiser is a huge nit. Villain's ck-raise flop is 8%. Any merit to just folding the flop? Turn seems like a good barrel card for him - call river?
     
  2. Pro2type

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    if u call turn u have to call that riv imo its pretty good card :) But I`ll fold the flop that ch/r is god damn power ... 22,66,TT(depends on his 3bet habits) and bottom of his range is AT and maybe KT I think so in long terms fold is more profitable.
     

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