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5NL J6o OOP turn + river decision

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  • 5NL J6o OOP turn + river decision

    Villain 4: 40/7 AF 0.5(15 hands) Villain 1: 20/7 AF 1.7 (33 hands) Not enough hands for a good 3bet stat so I've ignored those stats. As I didn't expect too much action if I would lead the turn or river I just decided to play check/check/bet. I don't know if that's the optimal line as I could have reraises the turn to get some value from flush draws. On the river I've bet 1/2 pot as they didn't show a lot of interest in the pot and that way I hoped to get called by any pair, but I've got reraised unexpectedly. Should I have folded there or is there enough equity to justify a call? Villain 1 is not so aggressive so does this reraise means that I'm beat?

  • #2
    Once it gets checked through on the flop I'm usually going to lead this turn. As played on the turn, I'd do the same. On the river, I'm just check-calling since the villain will have a boat a lot and if they don't, we have to give them a chance to bluff with 67/etc. or spazz again with 5x.


    • #3
      If we lead the turn, how do we continue when we get raised (as it would most likely happen in this case)? Villain could easily have a boat or better Jx. Do we then fold?



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