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  • River is amazing card. Looks like he has an Ace here a lot which he is never folding if he does. I think you need to size up on turn to set up a river shove. Maybe bet like $155 on turn especially agaisnt this guy... now you arrive at the river wit…
  • I think you are never, ever beat here when he checks to you on the river. I might have sized up just a touch on flop and turn in order to get stacks in by the river. Say $50 on the flop, $140 on the turn, then the pot is $455 and he has $335 left.…
  • If you're going to commit almost half your stack preflop, you might as well shove all in pre as the 4 bet. 412 pot and you whiff, now you're in a weird spot.
  • Not that villain's logic makes any sense, but I believe based on what he said to you, that he would have looked you up with top pair there.
  • I'd be starting that bluff on the turn. Put pressure on him right away (he bet 25% pot for god sakes, he's got a weak top pair), you only have one other player left to act and you have a ton of equity. I'd be raising the turn to around $95-$110. …
  • Jam, jam, jam, & jam. Nobody ever gives their opponent credit for a back door flush even at $5 blind level. Your hand looks a ton like missed front door club or straight draws. You have less than a pot size bet left, there is nothing to do bu…
  • Not folding this hand pre, and this should almost always be a big check/raise OTF with the plan to barrel imo. I think I'm check raising a minimum of $300 (3x the flop bet + 2 callers). That sets up a shove on turn if anyone calls. Sucks that h…
  • I get wanting to get in the mix vs. whale but you needed to be way deeper to call this preflop, like $3500 eff. at least. Prime example of how preflop mistakes snowball and get us into bad spots. Pot is $1400, if you're going to try to bluff hi…
  • Limp re-raising from up front is such a horrifically bad play because it ALWAYS reeks of extreme strength. You might as well just play with your cards face up. I am shocked that both players called there, they must be droolers, but in this case you…
  • It sucks that there are 2 people behind you to act, but BB overbet looks a lot like a protective bet with top pair or a pair plus draw like A3ss or the like. I'm not folding yet, I'm calling here. Ideally the other players behind fold and you go he…
  • Your call preflop is more than fine, I'm not putting him on as wide a range preflop as the comment above after you said he limps weaker holdings and opens stronger holdings. I'm going to say preflop he's raising 1010+, KQ suited, A10+ suited AK &…
  • Agree that since you're heads up it's a cbet on flop. As played and based on the player description I'm calling this turn. He looks to be betting pot to "try and take it down". Most of the time here, he will stab once and check the river. And if…
  • I would have done the following: "OMC, I will call for you if you can correctly tell me what % chance you have of hitting the case 8 with two cards to come" If he got it right I would call, if he got it wrong I would fold.
  • A limp/calling range from upfront is typically a small pair. He's repping a full house here. How often to people check raise as a bluff in $2/5? Player dependent of course especially in Vegas, but if this is the type of guy who plays as sloppy pre…
  • Call, expecting to see 78 a fair amount of the time... hopefully he has 89
  • I'm sorry Worm, that sucks. I see what you mean by 'any two' lol. I still like your shove though here, as you'll get max value from all the draws priced in to continue. SV is a god damn retard and will pay you off a ton in the long run. It's funn…
  • Dab44;117015" said:[quote="Maximilian65;117014"]I agree that your 3bet should be $200-$210, why do you even want a good young pro in the hand with you who can make your life hell and put you in bad spots? Worst case, you take $120 pre but more ofte…
  • I agree that your 3bet should be $200-$210, why do you even want a good young pro in the hand with you who can make your life hell and put you in bad spots? Worst case, you take $120 pre but more often based on your descriptions the SV or other fie…
  • I like the flat on the flop. I think you can size up to $200 on turn into a $380 pot, he's still calling with Ax and if he folds, oh well... you HAVE to build the pot to go for stacks. If he calls turn you now have a $780 pot and he has like $870 …
  • He's got about a pot sized bet left if you just called here. We should be thinking about going for stacks in this spot (you essentially have the nuts right now only 44 beats you) so I like flatting, then check/shoving a safe turn. If you re-rais…
  • I think it's fine, you're getting almost 1:1 with implied odds, he's a punt monkey it sounds like, you're well ahead of all AX hands and only losing to QQ+, if he has you beat he has you beat.
  • Puke fold, I think. Based on your player description, I don't think you're beating her. She can't have the nut heart draw for top pair w/flush draw. The only nut diamond/combo draws she might do this with are K10, KQ, KJ, and even then it's a gro…
  • Okay so ignoring the very loose open raise in UTG which is a massive leak and costing you money, cbet that flop (for the reasons stated above). Check raising the flop is a straight up punt, you're rarely blowing villain off of a pair plus draw hand…
  • This is a 10000000% fold preflop. Why are you open raising a suited gapper UTG? As played, however, I'd be c betting here always to maintain the betting lead as this flop hits a UTG PFR range. After checking the turn, you're no longer getting odd…
  • Jam. Nobody showed any strength preflop. The board is pretty wet... I'd be jamming targeting top pairs, flush draws, and straight draws. We can expect to sometimes run into K9 for top 2 and some sets.
  • Agree with all... pre flop was a huge mistake. Review the preflop videos/podcasts from Bart and Ki... basically if the standard open is $15 in your $1/3 that's fine, but you need to add 1 BB per limper to thin the field and narrow ranges... so yes…
  • Agree 1000% with Ki here. I'm just a sub, but it's very clear to me that your thinking is way too advanced for the game you are playing in. In a 2/3 $300 max bet game, Villian is doing nothing more than playing the strength of his own hand. You g…
  • @KiLee we had no clubs in our hand. I guess that's where I got a little lost also. If EP Villian 2 is check raising a flop into 2 players with no value hand, is he doing it with a hand like Q10cc? Then if that's the case, then what the heck is Vi…
  • @Bart @dpbuck @greenjellobiafra @KiLee thank you for your input. Bart, yes you're absolutely nails on how that villian would have played subsequent streets had he been on a draw. I watched him check back and take free cards all night when he was d…
  • Thanks @dpbuck... maybe this is the wrong way to think about it, but I was MORE concerned in this spot on what Villian 2 was holding. Am I drawing thin/dead to him was the major concern. A limp/call from upfront pre, then a check/raise all in looks…