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$2.50/180 KJ'o from cut off

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  • $2.50/180 KJ'o from cut off

    same villain 50/11 (39) should I be finding a shove here? I wanted to, really need to find spots to gather chips! There was a post before this one but ill have to try again
    Last edited by Jonny9691; Sun Jun 30, 2013, 09:22 PM. Reason: other post

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    I wouldn't against utg raise and 17bb.

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    • #3
      Ho Jonny9691

      I'm folding the hand too. Without ante's risk reward ratio is way too small to even consider shoving the KJ a correct move. The problem here is that we have very little fold equity against a 4x raise from early position and I expect this player type to call you almost every time.

      I would however fist pump shove 99+ and AQ+

      Cheers, Chris.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jonny9691 View Post
        same villain 50/11 (39) should I be finding a shove here? I wanted to, really need to find spots to gather chips! There was a post before this one but ill have to try again
        FOLD. Even against someone you have noted as a spewy type player there's going to be too much of their range,as wide as it may be,that your KJo is flipping with and just plain beat/crushed by. ANY ace has you in bad shape for example. Don't second guess your fold for a second here. Also +1 to Chris' range of holdings that I would shove this stack back over the top with...99+ and AQ+.

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