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NL16 AA 3-bet pot turn broke? - Wed Apr 25, 2012, 02:03 PM
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Hero (BTN): $18.18 (113.6 bb)
SB: $12 (75 bb)
BB: $30.62 (191.4 bb)
MP: $19.05 (119.1 bb)
CO: $16.79 (104.9 bb)

Preflop: Hero is BTN with A:spade: A:diamond:
MP raises to $0.32, CO folds, Hero raises to $1.44, 2 folds, MP calls $1.12

Flop: ($3.12) J:club: 5:club: J:diamond: (2 players)
MP checks, Hero bets $1.49, MP calls $1.49

Turn: ($6.10) Q:heart: (2 players)
MP checks, Hero bets $2.91, MP raises to $5.82, Hero raises to $15.25 and is all-in, MP calls $9.43

River: ($36.60) 4:club: (2 players, 1 is all-in)

He is fairly unknown, but after 27 hands he seems like a maniac fish. Can I broke on the turn?
 
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Wed Apr 25, 2012, 05:15 PM
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Hi Nocco,

If he's a maniac fish then you're always going broke on the hand and if he has a jack or QQ then nh. Still the sample size is small and you say he's fairly unknown, maniac fish is a pretty specific read, so maybe it's not that solid? Against an aggro bluffer you might consider checking back the flop or turn to induce bluffs, since a maniac bluffer will rate to have missed this flop a great deal but won't be able to help himself and bluff if you show weakness. His turn click-back looks really strong too, even for someone as you described. But if he's that bad then you're stacking off in this spot imo, yes.

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