Home / Community / Forum / Poker Education / Texas Hold'Em Cash Games /

2NL - AQ - Bad Call?

Old
Default
2NL - AQ - Bad Call? - Sun Dec 16, 2012, 10:57 PM
(#1)
Christxof's Avatar
Since: Jul 2011
Posts: 256
Played this hand recently.



The villain had literally JUST joined. In fact, that's what led to my call - I honestly believe that anyone who would shove with 80BB in a real cash game the moment they sat down will not have anything 90% of the time.

That being said, is my line of thinking here correct?
 
Old
Default
Mon Dec 17, 2012, 03:42 AM
(#2)
iggyo's Avatar
Since: Jul 2010
Posts: 171
The fact that he posted out of rotation indicates to me that he's not a serious player. I would struggle with a call but equally struggle to lay it down although in the end, I think the correct play is to call. If the player had sat out until he was on the BB, then I would have probably folded.


Follow me on Twitter
 
Old
Default
Mon Dec 17, 2012, 04:55 PM
(#3)
TheLangolier's Avatar
Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 13,512
(Head Trainer)
Hi Chris,

Without reads I am just going to fold here. In my experience you can see some garbage hands here sure, but you can also see AK a lot or small pairs a lot as well. And I've seen players do this with KK because, who knows, bad players do things that make no sense all the time... maybe they just got bad beat on their last 3 tables and are tilt shoving any premium pre to try and avoid the pain of getting it cracked again.

Once you have a read and know a guy is capable of this nonsense as wide as J7, then yeah I'm quite happy to snap it in at that point.


Head Live Trainer
Check out my Videos

4 Time Bracelet Winner



 

Getting PokerStars is easy: download and install the PokerStars game software, create your free player account, and validate your email address. Clicking on the download poker button will lead to the installation of compatible poker software on your PC of 51.7 MB, which will enable you to register and play poker on the PokerStars platform. To uninstall PokerStars use the Windows uninstaller: click Start > Control Panel and then select Add or Remove programs > Select PokerStars and click Uninstall or Remove.

Copyright (c) PokerSchoolOnline.com. All rights reserved, Rational Group, Douglas Bay Complex, King Edward Road, Onchan, Isle of Man, IM3 1DZ. You can email us on support@pokerschoolonline.com