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nl2 1010 4 way pot - Sun Oct 21, 2012, 08:09 AM
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Since: Jan 2010
Posts: 189
hi...
..have to admit was a wee bit confused what to do here, i have position on 3 players with 1010, the flop is JKJr, first person seemed solid TAG, next was quite laggy fish, next was a nit, anyway none showed any strength, altho i think the TAG could be slow playing a jack sort of hand, i decide to continue for more information, is this ok?....
...anywya only the TAG calls, so imthinking im behind, possible, he has draw aswell though, the 9d is where i get confused, i dont think he raised UTG with 10Q so i dont think that helps him but i could help me so i dont know to double barrel here,i could still be behind KK AK QQ or JJ even,(utg open ranges) the 9 gives me a gutshot also,so coz im a bit confused here i check, the tAG checks too, to another 9 on river, can i bluff here?.. was check ok, coz am lost ?..
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Sun Oct 21, 2012, 04:27 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Hi taxed,

This is a terrible board for us as it hits all their ranges quite well and it's a multi-way pot. I wouldn't even bet this flop tbh, I doubt we're getting QQ to fold, AK/KQ obviously is not folding, and we run into these hands or a jack far too often here. Just take a free card and hope for a T. Plus if the PFR has AQ then a ten is a big gin card for us since it straightens him out while filling us up.

As played definitely just shut it down and give up imo. The only hand we can hope to fold out by barreling is QQ, and that's a small part of his range here, we're mostly beat and betting is just lighting money on fire... better to take the free card and just show it down imo and hope he made a super light flop peel with AQ.


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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 12:07 PM
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i agree
 

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