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Was this a fold on flop? - Thu Oct 27, 2011, 07:30 AM
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Villian was playing 26 / 10 over 103 hands limping 12% and calling iso raises, 3bet - 3%. Had seen few hands before jamming river AI twice about 65bb and 85bb respectively.





I know I sucked out on turn but was it good call on Flop and was my 4bet size adequate?

TY
 
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Thu Oct 27, 2011, 09:26 AM
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villian did not showdown on his river shoves both opponents folded.
 
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Thu Oct 27, 2011, 11:51 AM
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It's perfect. Commitment decisions. The Stack to pot ratio is under 2, you are going to be correct to commit on virtually any flop as the villain will be getting it in with worse often enough for that to be profitable. With the spr being this low you should only not be committed on the most horrific of flops, like KQJ or any 3 unpaired broadway cards as they'll give the villain a set fairly often in this scenario.

Your 4b sizing was good. One thing, you want to make a note on this guy... his 3b % of 3% indicates a pretty snug 3b range but the sample size is very small yet and clearly after seeing this hand we know his 3b range is NOT snug. He min-3b you with K7s and called a sizable 4b with it... make sure you note it so you can make better future reads than the HUD stat is currently providing, and add him to your buddy list, you want to play against guys like this.

Dave
 

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