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Competing? - Thu Mar 31, 2011, 11:14 AM
__Frisky_Q4_'s Avatar
Since: Mar 2011
Posts: 11
How do you play against this?

Me: UTG+1 calls the 150 blind (Ah8h)
UTG+2 calls
Folds to dealer she calls 150 blind.
Small blind calls
Big blind checks

ME i raise to 300
UTG+2 folds
Button raises to 725
SB and BB fold
I push all in
Button Calls shows (82 off)
I am in the lead
until the turn its a 2... River Q

How do you play against that?
Thu Mar 31, 2011, 11:36 AM
DEMONTIS7's Avatar
Since: Jan 2011
Posts: 209
tough luck there Frisky,,,You might have avoided some problems simply by raising preflop, you're the first one in, a nice , mabe even a 2.5x raise might have eliminated some of the competition, i.e.,,, 82o would probably fold to a raise....I know I would fold. I don't know what your chip stack was, if your were 5BB or so, shove your stack,,,but I don't know how big you were. Try out the Hand Replayer for this example,,,,you'll get more feedback,,,try it out now in this same thread.
?? - Thu Mar 31, 2011, 12:54 PM
monkeyskunk4's Avatar
Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 1,818
+1-- cept for the fact that A8s utg+1 is gin in the muck- for me--limping to flop a flush draw with that many left to act behind you is spewing chips-- some one raises and you have to fold-- try to remember that start hand values- are relative to position--- gl--- monk

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