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NL10 AA#2 zoom - Sat Apr 28, 2012, 08:15 AM
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Since: Feb 2012
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[converted_hand][hand_history]Poker Stars, $0.05/$0.10 No Limit Hold'em Cash, 6 Players
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BTN: $17.55 (175.5 bb)
SB: $4.47 (44.7 bb)
Hero (BB): $12.62 (126.2 bb)
UTG: $14.24 (142.4 bb)
MP: $6.87 (68.7 bb)
CO: $20.43 (204.3 bb)

Preflop: Hero is BB with A:heart: A:spade:
UTG folds, MP calls $0.10, 3 folds, Hero raises to $0.50, MP calls $0.40

Flop: ($1.05) 9:diamond: 3:heart: T:spade: (2 players)
Hero bets $0.80, MP raises to $6.37 and is all-in, Hero folds

[spoil]Results: $2.65 pot ($0.12 rake)
Final Board: 9:diamond: 3:heart: T:spade:
Hero mucked A:heart: A:spade: and lost (-$1.30 net)
MP mucked and won $2.53 ($1.23 net)
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The villain is unknown, but he is a shortstack player. What is the good play postflop? Call because he is a shortstack?
 
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Sat Apr 28, 2012, 01:34 PM
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Hi Nocco,

I would call here every time without reads... the guy isn't playing a full stack as you noted which indicates he's probably a bad player, and he's not likely to take this action with 2 pair+. It's possible of course, but the guy will often show up with a worse 1 pair hand, a draw, or sometimes even a weird bluff. With an spr of 6 vs a bad player, I'm committing on this board texture for sure with AA, and his action doesn't change that for me. It actually makes me think it's even more profitable, since the range of hands beating me right now I don't think are playing the flop like this too often.

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