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JredA Posts: 46Subscriber
edited April 17 in NLHE Strategy Discussion
$2/$5 Local Casino

Hero has been playing straightforward.

UTG2 limps ($400 effective).

- Main villain in the hand who just busted a tournament and also just re-bought for $400 in this game. Headphones on and has been very vocal about his playing abilities and skill level. Seems very cocky.

- I have seen him play 2 hands. He recently snap called w/ A high in position in a 3-way limped pot (blind vs blind) on a paired board (Q72,Q,4) when the action went ch/ch, ch/ch, 1/3 pot sized bet by SB. He proceeded to let the SB know why he snap called and how bad of a bet it was.

- The other hand I saw him play he open raised from EP w/ AQ was flatted by the CO. He c-bet an A high board and was raised by the CO. Villain jammed and was snapped by the CO's AK for a roughly 140bb pot.

CO and BTN limp behind.

I raise from the SB to $40 w/ J J

UTG2 tank calls. Everyone else folds.

Flop ($90) = Q T 4

I $45. V calls $45.

Turn ($180) = 6s

V has roughly $315 behind.

Whats the best play?
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  • BartBart Posts: 5,794AdministratorLeadPro
    Probably I would check and if V1 bets call. If x/x you can value bet a lot of clean rivers to target a T or some random pair. Bart
  • neverlearn2 Posts: 2,819Subscriber
    edited April 18
    Yes agree with Bart.
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