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JJ vs player on tilt | STT

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  • JJ vs player on tilt | STT

    2-3 hands before I flopped straight against him and he double up me with Q2. then start raising/beting every hand

    Grabbed by Holdem Manager
    NL Holdem $30(BB) Replayer
    SB ($1,595)
    BB ($3,290)
    UTG ($3,015)
    Hero ($3,235)
    CO ($1,395)
    BTN ($970)

    Dealt to Hero J:club: J:spade:

    fold, Hero raises to $90, CO calls $90, fold, fold, BB raises to $150, Hero calls $60, CO calls $60

    FLOP ($465) T:spade: 3:heart: 2:heart:

    BB checks, Hero bets $285, CO folds, BB calls $285

    TURN ($1,035) T:spade: 3:heart: 2:heart: 9:heart:

    BB bets $2,855 (AI), Hero folds

    BB wins $1,035

  • #2
    Hi again CZDonkey, I really like your fold here. Knowing this guy's range can contain pretty much any combination of two pair on this board (T9, 93, 32, etc.) means that he can easily have the best hand at the moment. What's more, a preflop minraise does normally indicate AK, QQ+ strength (although if this guy is a nut, it might not). The key point here is that you and the villain are both double-stacked. There is no reason to risk that now, when the deepest stack at the table is essentially dead money. He's probably not shoving second pair, top kicker here; a move this strong will indicate a very big hand a large portion of the time. Overall, I think you played the hand perfectly. 4betting preflop would have been way too risky on 100bb, and c-betting bigger on the flop might have given the strength of your hand away. If the BB hadn't donk jammed the turn and checked instead, I would have likely checked behind in your shoes, because I wouldn't want to be rejammed on that board. I like your patience here. Well played. umbup:



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