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2NL fullring AQo.. - Wed Apr 11, 2012, 10:42 AM
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Not a good amount of info ..only 11 hands on the villain 64/9..Should we cbet in these spots against such opponents(shortstacks) on such a flop?

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Wed Apr 11, 2012, 01:14 PM
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Hi nee,

Yes, I would c-bet once on a big-little-little flop, and probably shut it down if called (and fold if check-raised). The villain is playing such a wide range of hands preflop he will have missed this board quite often, and it's usually better to have him fold out his equity when he's missed and just take it down now rather than check back and invite him to bet the turn. If he's tricky or aggro post then maybe you can check back but now you have to be prepared to call more often when he bets the turn since you're inviting bluffs, and that's never a very comfortable spot.

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