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TPTK on the turn

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by Pro2type, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. Pro2type

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    NL Holdem $1(BB) Replayer Game#3523539156

    PhillipeFlop ($134)
    O_G_ ($127)
    seedoo ($51.84)
    Hero ($117)
    remilibo ($59.01)
    bead003 ($49.58)

    PhillipeFlop posts (SB) $0.50
    O_G_ posts (BB) $1


    Dealt to Hero: :Ah: :Kh:
    fold ,
    Hero raises to $3
    remilibo calls $3
    fold , fold , fold ,

    FLOP
    ($7.50) :Ad: :4c: :3d:
    Hero bets $5.50
    remilibo calls $5.50

    TURN
    ($18.50) :Ad: :4c: :3d: :7s:
    Hero bets $12.50
    remilibo raises to $28


    The guy is 23/16/2,1 for over 1,5k hands, call open from that position 11%, postflop he folds to CB less than half of the times on the flop and over the falf of the times on the turn. He raise CB 17% of the times on the flop and turn. He has 60bb total so is it a ez shove?
    I have just one note 4 him:
    - pot controls TP IP on the turn on paired mid pair and calls river
     
  2. Brobebrato

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    more like a fold to me
     
  3. jully

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    it's def a fold with this note ....he control with tp hands ...why to RR u now?
    fold it like it's hot
     
  4. BuyinBank

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    TPTK is not a hand you want to be playing for stacks, even 60BB stacks, with that move and that note.

    What's your table image? Is there any reason why he would want to make a move against you? Looks like a flopped set or 5d6d just got there.
     

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