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25nl Deep - JTs in 4b pot

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  • 25nl Deep - JTs in 4b pot

    When you read the title, you probably thought; 'here birdayy goes again'... Stats/reads VPIP: 33, PFR: 27, 3B: 40, AF: 0.5, Hands: 15 We played HU for a bit before a fish joined us. Readless except he's a platinum star with over $50k of cashes according to sharkscope. I'd usually flat a hand like JTs but since we are so deep I felt it has great play-ability in a 3b pot. When he 4bets we are getting a great price with a very playable hand (obv 100bb deep its a fold). Is my line ok here?
    Last edited by birdayy; Wed Feb 05, 2014, 08:36 AM.

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    NH, wp!

    You're deep enough, in position on villain and may even expect him to 4-bet on a wider than usual range so your playability with JTs becomes even better as with these stacks you can still attack a lot of flops and rely on FE again.

    Like the checkback OTF and two streets of value against most prominently AK/AQ will be in order here.
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    • #3
      You look about 200 deep, villain deeper and 3 handed so wide ranges?

      Position is power but a close call. Same as if it had been folded to you 6 handed, sb sitting out. Lucky that the raiser checks flop and you see 2 pair on the turn.

      Pretty sick for AK/KK/QQ 4bet. Very small sample but heads up the 3bet looks high, VPIP/PFR should be higher.
      Last edited by ForrestFive; Wed Feb 05, 2014, 11:08 AM.

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