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    this is from a premier league game ,i was a little distracted when this hand came up, i had a quick look at the action but was a bit asleep about what the stack sizes where and how much players had behind and just hit the fold button this may seem a silly question but given the situation ,amount to call, and the odds to call should this be a snap call for me here?

  • #2
    Instant fold. Don't be results oriented. Focus on making good decisions.

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    • #3
      Instant shove imo. The guy has 3BB so he is shoving a very wide range there. Unless you think the limper is trapping I'd shove here faster than the speed of sound.

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      • #4
        Hi milehigh! With this being a league game, I need to play this much, much more cautious than I would in a cash tourney. There is a limp and then a shove before me and I still have the big blind behind me that could make it a 4-way pot and A7 does not play very well in a 3/4-way pot, so I'm going to muck this here everytime in a league game. If I'm in a pot with three opps, even if they're all shoving as wide as a top 25% hand... my A7 only has 18% equity and I don't want to be in hands in league games where I'm not an overwhelming favorite in the hand. Hope this helps and good luck at the tables.umbup: John (JWK24)
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