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maybe to loose of a call - Wed Dec 12, 2012, 06:49 AM
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i dont have to much info on this guys only it was the second sng i played with him i won the hand and i was ahead but after the call i was thinking how many times am i ahead here and if i am ahead it probably wont be more then 55%. so i personaly think it was a bad call

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Wed Dec 12, 2012, 10:14 AM
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ya, on twenty deep I think thats a bit loose. even on ten tbh. when I first started playing 6man HTs I would make this call too, but so many times I would be running my A rag into either a bigger A, or a pocket pair, I just stopped. and my results are much better for it. (aganst 22+ you have like 30% equity and A4o+ you're drawing to 3 outs unless you flop a straight draw for more outs) if folded around to you in the small it might be a shove depending on your bb villain. my HTs start at 10 bigs so they're basically end game from the get go. and thats still a fold for me. just not good enough equity vs an early or middle pos. shover the vast majority of the time


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Wed Dec 12, 2012, 11:49 AM
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i thought so to, but ;probably a push from button or SB a call. this HT is also starting 10bb with antes it was extualy the second hand in the sng thnx for your oppinion
 
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Wed Dec 12, 2012, 04:14 PM
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Hey adohole

I fold this too. We just don't get enough equity with A3o. We are going to be flipping vs most his hands and we are going to be dominated by a bunch of them too. Calling here with A9+ would be good imo. Definitely going to be shoving it from the button or sb though.

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Thu Dec 13, 2012, 09:08 AM
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Ya I'd probably go along with A9 as a borderline here.


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