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  • Second hand Spin and Go KJs

    https://replayer.runitup.com/hands/41807d1dd8

    How would the playing style of your opponent effect how to play this hand ?

    Against a maniac, a TAG player and a regular player .

  • #2
    Against A-fish 3betshove (like against her).

    Against a TAG fold.

    Against regular shoving or folding,because i'm unbalancing myself if i just non ai 3bet from 25bb eff oop. It depends how wide he will open from BU.
    Last edited by Taurus221; Fri Dec 07, 2018, 04:00 PM.
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    • #3
      I dont like it

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      • #4
        I don't think their style would affect me at all
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        • #5
          I think here in level one I'm with Effsea on this one.
          I'm calling against most opponents with decisions based on playing style more likely to be made on the flop rather than preflop.
          The only difference would be if the villian has a history of raise folding to a shove.

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          • #6
            This is too loose. You have 20+ bb and 2 opponents. I can't imagine this being profitable play in the long term.

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            • #7
              +15.1 chip vs normal player (even bigger if s/he can open,and call down with 6To).
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Taurus221 View Post
                +15.1 chip vs normal player (even bigger if s/he can open,and call down with 6To).
                Interesting. What tool are you using?

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                • #9
                  ICMIZER 2 It's a Nash and ICM calculator.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Taurus221 View Post
                    ICMIZER 2 It's a Nash and ICM calculator.
                    Thanks! So it basically tells that even shoving with 87s is mathematically profitable against normal player?

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                    • #11
                      Yes,every hand what's colored green is shove mathematically(if everyone is playing correctly). The numbers tells how much chip he win in long term. 78s is marginal hand with it's 1.36 chip,but still +EV.

                      But at micro it would be more EV the KJs,as it's random players are far wider can call than the nash (sometimes the open range are also more wider).
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                      • #12
                        vs maniac that can call a hand like T6o. This is a reshove all-in for me all the time. In spin's this the spot you will like to take even though it seems like a gamble but whenever you have an opportunity to go all-in where in you will be ahead most of the time you have to take it.
                        there are so many random hands that you will dominate his hands like JT below and any KT below that I'm sure he will call off also.

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