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  • 10NL 6-max Zoom AA

    Hi, villain is unknown. Should I've raised the flop ? I decided to fold the turn since the PS bet kind of narrow his range to strong made hands since there aren't draws. Cheers!

  • #2
    He could play that way 99-JJ, I would call down. second 5 reduced set combos also , I think there's nothing to be afraid . If he plays 53 that way so be it .

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    • #3
      A read on the villain would really help out in this hand fp. However, as it is, I agree with Shichi-77. This board is really dry. So, the aggressive line from the villain could be a set or A5, but it often enough be an medium strength overpair. Most players tend to check-raise or check-call a flopped set on a board like this. Whereas calling pf with 99-JJ hands fits well with the board and action. The pot sized bets look more like an overpair that is afraid to see and A or K come than a a set trying to milk you dry. I think I would call it down as well. With a read we would have an easier time deciding between folding or continuing with the hand.

      GL and have fun at the tables!

      Roland GTX

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      • #4
        Never ever ever ever ever EVER fold this turn.

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        • #5
          Hi birdayy

          I would be careful about thinking in such black and white terms of "always" and "never". It can be exploitable and doesn't take the particuars of the situation into account.

          Cheers

          Roland

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Roland GTX View Post
            Hi birdayy

            I would be careful about thinking in such black and white terms of "always" and "never". It can be exploitable and doesn't take the particuars of the situation into account.

            Cheers

            Roland
            EVER*



            *in this situation where he donks twice :P

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            • #7
              Lol :d

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