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  • Aks cutoff

    no read on villians, what would you do?

  • #2
    3bet more to like 0.18-0.24.
    As played fold because his raise shows insane strength, unless of course he is a complete donk.
    The only hands he could have that you are not in bad shape against are QQ and JJ so yeah fold.


    • #3
      Hi Rog,

      You're in a great squeeze spot here, and have a solid value hand to do it with. A standard 3-bet size is 3x the open, but when there's already a cold caller, I'd go with 4x, so 24c would be my choice here. (12c misses value when you're ahead, and gives great pot odds on a call, which is not really what you want when you have ace high).
      For the SB to make a cold 4-bet, he needs a monster. As his size is a full 25bb, you can't call, and I don't recommend shoving either, because you're never folding out better or getting called by worse. In a full ring 2NL game, villain will show up with KK or AA almost always, so folding is good.

      Hope this helps!

      Bracelet Winner


      • #4
        *Moved to analysis forum* Fadyen

        Tournament of Champions Winner 2013

        Bracelet Winner


        • #5
          Thanks Fad.

          **Marking as evaluated**
          Bracelet Winner


          • #6
            thanks to all for you help. I even did not know there is a thread for hand analysis!

            I wanted to be clear the fold in this case was not a weak play. I will remember to squeeze next time a bit



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