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Hero 750 effective 5/5
Raise A A utg 20 button and both blinds call (80)
Flop KQ9 checks to hero bet 40 only button calls (160)
Turn 4 hero bets 110 button calls
River 5 hero all in for villains 280

Anyone have a problem with this line?

Comments

  • JLongo12 Posts: 49Subscriber
    I like a check/call on this flop. Betting into 3 people on that board seems dicey given we have several better hands in our range to bet into 3 people OOP. ( JT, KQ, KK, QQ, 99 are clear bets). I don't think AA no heart is a bet here.
  • Superfly Posts: 393Subscriber
    edited September 9
    I think you’re only getting called by better on the river. As played, I think I am checking river and evaluating.

    My notes on high wet boards from Ki’s Fast Track series: PFR has range advantage, but nuts can change significantly on later streets.
    PFR should be aggressive, but proceed with caution if we meet resistance. Use big sizing (70-80% PSB) because V likely has good equity to call. Bet sets, 2 pairs, overpairs, best top pairs.

    I believe this applies multi-way as well as heads up, but will be interested to see what others say.

    If called on flop, I’d probably check call turn and check eval river.
    by 1tbake6
  • tbake6 Posts: 16Subscriber
    Superfly said:
    I think you’re only getting called by better on the river. As played, I think I am checking river and evaluating.

    My notes on high wet boards from Ki’s Fast Track series: PFR has range advantage, but nuts can change significantly on later streets.
    PFR should be aggressive, but proceed with caution if we meet resistance. Use big sizing (70-80% PSB) because V likely has good equity to call. Bet sets, 2 pairs, overpairs, best top pairs.

    I believe this applies multi-way as well as heads up, but will be interested to see what others say.

    If called on flop, I’d probably check call turn and check eval river.
    I think the board is so wet here, and my image is/should be tight considering this was one of my first hands in a couple hours, that button having 2 people behind is going to raise his 2 pairs and straights here. And if not raising flop I think it’s even more likely he’s raising turn. This specific player had raised draws and other weaker hands before so I figured I would hear about monsters as well. Idk my plan on turn was to bet fold if raised
  • fishcake Posts: 969Subscriber
    River jams bad. Too much value beats you and no worse hands gonna call. Flop is a check imo. I have checked these flops then lost 0 dollars on the turn sometimes.
  • Dab44 Posts: 411Subscriber
    edited September 20
    I think you played it fine really..maybe don’t jam river Bc that might be harder for V to call maybe just bet like 200.
  • Capped_Rec13 Posts: 31Subscriber
    We really need to bet small on river like 100-150ish if we want to go for thin value. Against some players we can make a case of check calling if they are always going to blast on river with a draw.
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