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    I feel like the guy just wanted me to fold after he reraised me. Should I have rereraised less so he would call or is it ok that I won the pot before the flop?
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  • #2
    there's nothing wrong with winning it before the flop. Who knows... they could have had a weak ace and flopped one.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by pokerstar671 View Post
      I feel like the guy just wanted me to fold after he reraised me. Should I have rereraised less so he would call or is it ok that I won the pot before the flop?
      if that was your read, i probably would have flatted his raise, hope i didn't see an A, and saw if i could get him to commit some more chips to the pot by checking to him,with the intent of a c/r with no A present. might have been a more +EV play, since that was your read. but as they say.... never a bad thing when chips get pushed your way. . just my .02
      Last edited by mtnestegg; Sat Aug 13, 2011, 10:15 PM.
      May the tinfoil protect you. MT

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      • #4
        now that i think about it maybe i should have just called him and play it out from there probably could have won more cash, but also I think that he could have had something like a5suited like jwk said so who knows what would have happened. thanks
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