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TP and FD on turn raise

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by Pro2type, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. Pro2type

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    NL Holdem $1(BB) Replayer Game#3442915377

    BeowulfasLT ($99.50)
    Yana89 ($182)
    outlawpoker ($114)
    jamoes234 ($78.20)
    Hero ($159)
    G_GameEnder1 ($100)

    BeowulfasLT posts (SB) $0.50
    Yana89 posts (BB) $1


    Dealt to Hero: :Qh: :Ks:
    fold , fold ,
    Hero raises to $3
    G_GameEnder1 calls $3
    BeowulfasLT calls $2.50
    fold ,

    FLOP
    ($10) :5s: :3s: :7s:
    BeowulfasLT checks
    Hero bets $6
    G_GameEnder1 calls $6
    BeowulfasLT folds

    TURN
    ($22) :5s: :3s: :7s: :Kc:
    Hero bets $14
    G_GameEnder1 raises to $39

    Hi guys, the guy is 22/16/2,5 for over 7k hands call open 15% and fold to CB 64% agg freq:28/28/23% so basiclly I think that he is going to bet river always. Have some notes for him that he can slowplay on bad board and that he plays pretty tricky some hands so what do you think call turn and fold no spade river?
     
  2. Zografa

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    well its shitty spot - first of all i am not sure that cbet here is +EV and second... why do you bet small amounts its like you want to be raised...

    as played just fold here - spade is action killer and you can get owned if Q or K falls on river + you are oop
     
  3. jully

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    I 'll bet like 8 on the flop and prolly will bet/fold the turn big (I guess it's slowplayed shit )
     

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