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nl2 FR JJ - Fri Sep 28, 2012, 02:21 PM
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Since: Jan 2010
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hi..
wasnt really gonna post this hand, as i made a mistake of not beting flop as i get bored of people folding all the time so i try and slow play it, bad spot i think coz the flush card comes in, so im definaely beting here incase another one comes, but then villain raises, ..do u think his range here could be small flush, as if villain raises here with the nut flush i think this is stupid?.. ithink if i bet river here im only geting called with better hand?

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Sat Sep 29, 2012, 03:52 PM
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Hi Taxed,

I would bet the flop with a wet board like this for sure.

I'm not really worried about a flush on the turn. He didn't semi-bluff the flop when checked to and it looks to me (in his shoes) like a good spot to bet a flush draw and get you to fold AK type hands. Plus your turn bet now looks a lot like AK with the A or K of diamonds, so he can raise with just Jx or TT etc for value, and he can semi-bluff the Ad if he picked up the nut flush draw as well since you don't look very strong yet. I would therefore 3b for value on the turn given the line you took... it's easy for him to stack off a nut flush draw in a mis-read of the situation, or similarly 1 pair because your deceptive line makes your hand look like a flush draw that is semi-bluffing.


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Tue Oct 02, 2012, 01:26 PM
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intersting answer thanks
 

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