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  • NL10 SH - Nut flush draw on turn

    Poker Stars, $0.05/$0.10, $0.02 ante No Limit Hold'em Cash, 6 Players Poker Tools Powered By Holdem Manager - The Ultimate Poker Software Suite. Hero (CO): $10 (100 bb) BTN: $10.78 (107.8 bb) SB: $24.80 (248 bb) BB: $25 (250 bb) UTG: $25 (250 bb) MP: $36.01 (360.1 bb) Preflop: Hero is CO with A 9 UTG raises to $0.30, MP folds, Hero calls $0.30, 3 folds Flop: ($0.87) J 2 Q (2 players) UTG bets $0.60, Hero calls $0.60 Turn: ($2.07) 3 (2 players) UTG bets $1.30, Hero folds Results:

    $2.07 pot ($0.09 rake) Final Board: J 2 Q 3 Hero mucked A 9 and lost (-$0.92 net) UTG mucked and won $1.98 ($1.06 net) [/spoiler] Is this a standard call? How big should he bet in order for me to hold this hand? Villain is unknown.

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    Hi pocket,

    Yes, I think it's a standard call, especially with so much money behind. And an ace may be good. And he may give up on the river sometimes.

    He's giving you a bad price if he never puts another chip in the pot when a club comes, but it's not likely he'll check/fold any big hand on a club river. AA/KK/QQ/JJ are all going to pay you off. So you should have some implied odds to count on for sure imo, plus the chances of an ace winning or him giving up on a bluff.
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