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2NL FR Zoom - KK vs limper + 3bet line of play

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  • #2
    I like it.

    I would do exactly the same.

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    • #3
      Hey Nash,

      3B sizing is a bit heavy handed vs. readless opponents, but other than that the hand looks great.
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      • #4
        Thanks Dave, this was the second time I was seeing opps, the first time he had raised but I'd folded the Zoom hand then. Should I be sizing it less to disguise the strength of my hand and invite a call?

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        • #5
          You may already know this, but in this situation make it around 18c.

          3 times the raisers amount. If you were in the blinds I would make it 3 time the raiser's amount + an extra big blind for lack of position - so would be around 20c.
          Last edited by pullin1988; Mon Jan 13, 2014, 06:55 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by IBNash View Post
            Thanks Dave, this was the second time I was seeing opps, the first time he had raised but I'd folded the Zoom hand then. Should I be sizing it less to disguise the strength of my hand and invite a call?
            Not really to disguise the strength of your hand as I'd be sizing a bit smaller with my entire 3b range... the larger you size your bet, the harder it becomes for either opponent to make calling or reraising mistakes, and the more likely they are to play their hand correctly and fold dominated stuff. That being said, with reads we can adjust... for example we now have a read on this villain... he called your large 3b oop with J9s and then bet/called it off with a J high flush draw on the flop. So in a future similar spot I think the larger sizing is fine, and we might even tweek it a bit higher knowing he is prone to making pretty gross calling mistakes anyway (we don't want to force him to play correctly, but if he just can't help himself, then let him make larger mistakes )
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