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10 NL flopped a set on a flush/straight draw heavy board.

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  • 10 NL flopped a set on a flush/straight draw heavy board.

    Hi, What do you think of my bet sizing? I think I should have made an over bet of at least 2$ on the flop to see where I stand and maybe take it down there. If he called maybe follow a check/fold approach on later streets. As played I feel it was a fold on the turn. It was Villain 5's first hand no stats. Thank you
    Last edited by Invoked79; Wed Aug 20, 2014, 10:51 AM.

  • #2
    Hi Invoked79

    I would not limp the SB with 88. I would open to 3x.
    As played, I think I prefer a big x/r; enough to be able to jam the turn on a blank.


    • #3
      I see what you mean. Interesting approach. Check raise and then jam on a blank. The connected monochrome board felt like bad news at the time, against someone with zero info I guess.
      Thank you for your input



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