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  • 5nl 6 max zoom - Overpairs

    Tough spot here, could have 3 bet pre but decided to falt and play the flop in position. All in all good flop for me but was wary my opp could still have AA, KK, QQ here but with an LP raise i think he could have a wider range. Think im definately beat on this river but can i get away on turn? Villain is 18/12 but thats just a 25 hand sample Ads

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    Hello, as for me there's not a fold OTR . 3 is blank and if you call OTT you have to call OTR. It would be better if you provide some post flop stats.

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    • #3
      Hi Ads,

      I think 3bet or call preflop are too valid options depends on how much our villain folds to 3bets and 4bets; also we want to take into consideration the players in the blinds. I see V2 and V3 both don't top up so call here to get one of the blinds to come along is not a bad idea.

      Flop is a mandatory call as I expect villain to cbet his entire range on a paired board: { 22+, A2s+, K9s+, Q9s+, J9s+, T9s, 98s, 87s, 76s, A7o+, KTo+, QTo+, JTo }

      OTT, I think they will bet/fold 9x, Tx, AA-JJ, KJ/KQ, QJ, Ahx but OTR they should shut down with their bluffs a big amount of the time after we called two streets with three hearts on board and given they bet over half pot, I think its less likely they are going for thin value here so I might discount Tx hands. So yes I think I would fold the river there too.

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