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/Nov/22

How would you play this hand?

By: ajankokoyön @ 10:48 (EST) / 164 / Comment ( 5 )

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IMO: I check-raised standardly with the nut flush draw, In turn bet with my hand and river trying to get value some weak ace or queen.

opponent range!?: Did he slowplayed big pair like qq or aa, in that stakes someones likes to just call  a raise with aces if there is players behind. In the flop he called my checkraise hmmmm. he probably dont have a flush draw so he can possibly have overpair or ten. In the turn black queen he calls my bet again and turn is ace and he raised me all in!? did he have something like qt or at maybe qq

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