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10NL 6 Max Flopped Straight

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  • 10NL 6 Max Flopped Straight

    Villain's 24/20, AF:2.9 over 660 hands. F3B: 46%(24), FSqz(C): 0%(1), Flop FCB(3bet pot): 67%(3), Flop FCB: 58%(19) On the spot I was thinking by going all in, there're worse which can call us like AK and AQ. AJ, JJ and TT would probably have raised the flop since it was a wet flop. Also, SPR is 3. OTT we got less than pot size stack left. Surprisingly when I input Pokerstove, our hand against JJ-TT,AJs+,AJo+, we're only 38% OTT. So how big is it a mistake going all-in OTT? Was my ranging accurate?

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    Preflop KQs is definitely good enough to call. I would consider squeezing more if one of the villains is weaker and likely to call a 3bet with worse.

    As played I think I'd check the turn for shoving looks really strong and may get us called only by better or AQ (need to discount AK because of preflop play). With just a potsized bet left I woulnd't plan on folding the hand but I think that we need to keep villain's range wider by x/c turn or jam river after turn goes x/x.
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    • #3
      Thanks! X/c, keeping his range wide is a good idea. He turned up with AJo though

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