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right play - Tue Oct 23, 2012, 08:31 PM
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premier skill league reason for shoving was i didnt put him on any of that really maybe the 8 which he had but to me i had 2 over and a flush draw i would of liked to re raise but risking to much of my stack i think re raising


all these hands are with in about 15 hands of the premier skill league

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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 04:17 PM
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Hi Stedds,

When he donks into a 3way pot that was 3bet preflop I think he definately has something. Definately not surprised to see an 8 or even a 99,TT or JJ in this situation. Sets I hope would check to the 2 aggressors and look to get them to cbet.

Even vs that range nut flush with two overs has great equity. We are a favourite except against A8 which we are only a small dog to. With that much money in the pot. I think a shove is good.

We have fold equity here and as the 3bettor a very strong range that could make some A7, A8 & 99 hands fold here.

Nice One
Andy




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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 04:50 PM
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thanks andy much apreciated good to hear i played it right
 
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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 04:52 PM
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and to be fair i was surprised he called my shove with being a gold star i know that doesnt mean that uch but at that level you should be able to fold that hand
 

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