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Right Move or NIT? - Tue Sep 27, 2011, 10:07 PM
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Since: Jul 2011
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Did i make the right move or i m just a nit??

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Tue Sep 27, 2011, 10:31 PM
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for 15 cents, I'm calling it. The only ways you lose is to a Q or clubs and while both can be in the opps range... I'm still making them show it. One key would be the very, very small turn bet... if they have a Q, they should value bet more than just 4 cents.

I'd be putting them on 98, 87, etc.. hands like that, with an outside shot at the flush.
 
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Tue Sep 27, 2011, 10:49 PM
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Thanks for your analysis JWK24,

After a much thought i think i made a bad fold, i should have called.


I folded it coz i thought its a blind war that he might have hand like JQ, QT, etc. I think my mistake is to check on the turn n like u said his value bet on the turn look very weak.

I M NIT!!!
 
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Thu Sep 29, 2011, 01:38 PM
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I don't mind the check/call on the turn vs. aggressive villains or habitual bluffers, vs passive villains and stations definitely bet/fold the turn.

Agree with JWK, the weak turn bet looks like 8x or some such thing, and the follow up of less than half the pot on the river, I'd call. If he's got a Qx+ he's really charging minimum value for it, make a note and adjust in the future. I think you're good often enough for a river call to be profitable though.
 

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