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10NL 6-max zoom. 23s in bb call sb ip. Don't you just love bluffing a bluffer

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  • 10NL 6-max zoom. 23s in bb call sb ip. Don't you just love bluffing a bluffer

    Hi,

    Read was an orange label "open limper" and wow shorty completes. OK I was in position x/option the rest was just >>really funny<<.

    No animals were harmed (the cat bluffing a bluffer) in taking this action. This is actually a cheap sb LCD (limp call donk). Did you see the flop donk over bet.


    PS. LCD + over bet first mentioned http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/for...712#post404712 - it's not a drug that's LSD or LDS for a film joke?
    Last edited by ForrestFive; Sun Mar 31, 2013, 07:01 AM. Reason: just invented LCD

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    well played FFumbup:
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    • #3
      I think you can play this hand many different ways. Raising flop might not get villain to fold a lot given the superwet texture, but raising turn might once the scarecard falls. As played I am not sure though if I like the riverbluff. When villain checks river he won't have Ax often, but since you didn't raise pre you won't either - so given that the only draw that got there is KQ he might look you up with a Jack and just fold some busted draws of his own. Maybe overbetting works here since with 3 high bluffing is the only real alternative and it's one of the worst hands you get here with so I think it's a nh after all
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