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2nl TP vs donk multiway

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  • 2nl TP vs donk multiway

    Villain unknown, though he's sitting with less then half a stack there. What would you do? I would rather go with it on the flop if he shoves, than get just called and then shoved on the turn. It would look more like a draw/something weak, the way he played it looks like value.
    Last edited by Praydk; Fri Jan 17, 2014, 04:34 PM.

  • #2
    I'd raise flop a little bigger because of the drawy textures and the short stacks around and I wouldn't fold for that small of an amount, I believe villain can shove with worse Ax for his short rest or even with hands like J9/JT that peeled the flop. The odds are too enticing to lay it down imo.
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    • #3
      Hi pray,

      Pre: raise to .08c or even .10c to isolate the limper.

      On the flop, I think we are almost always ahead of the tiny donk bet. It's a bit uncertain with a 4 way pot, but no one has any real money behind, the SPR with the button is 5, sb less than 1, and donk better 3.5. So I would look to raise immediately and commit (V4 hasn't left us much other choice imo, as the board is wet and calling .04c in a .30c pot is basically giving anyone with something an almost free card to draw at us). If V1/V2 covered us then I think some caution would be in order, but as is on these stacks I like a raise to .40c with a plan to stack it off either now or on the turn if called.
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