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Would you ever fold the Guzzlers hand???? - Mon Sep 12, 2011, 10:37 PM
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Was just watching when this hand come up , How would you have played it if you were theGuzzler??

 
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Tue Sep 13, 2011, 01:54 AM
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The river shove is usually expected to be a nuts or nothing type bet. Da3dalus can easily have a hand like , 65, 64, 54,, etc. There are so many more bluffs in his range than nuts type hands (7x, QQ, JJ, 33, J7). Now maybe he knows that in a nuts/nothing spot we are likely to call him light...he might start adding some weaker hands into his value shove range, like AA, KK, QJ, AQ, KQ, QT, Q9, AJ, etc. so it's even feasible that we beat some hands in his value range. Every draw misses on the river, so I think we have to call. If the river is the I think we would have to fold though as every draw gets there and sets are still possible.

Da3dalus's river shove here is awesome.
 

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