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nl5FR 4bet v BB - Mon Dec 17, 2012, 12:36 PM
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hi.

sry that iv asked this a few times before, but i forget easy

i find it hard to give certain players much respect that 3 bet their BB, so here i think i have ok hand to 4 bet as bluff, villain calls and flop is 972ss, and i c-bet after he checks as i dont think this flop hits much of their calling range.

i think its player dependent tho wether to cbet here coz if there the sort of person like myself that mostly only calls 3 bets in full ring with QQ and KK then there not gonna fold on this flop, altho QQ and KK maybe AKs is only a small part of there calling range i think a cbet is ok, but not sure im kindov representing AA so QQ could still fold and KK and AKs (the strongets part of there percieved calling range imo) but maybe if they call i need to fire a second barrell?

http://www.boomplayer.com/en/poker-h...419_C3CF6425B4
 
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Mon Dec 17, 2012, 10:02 PM
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Hi Taxed,

Without reads I would just fold here generally to his 3b. Automatically giving no credit without reads is a dangerous and -ev game.

As played I think c-betting is mandetory, you're going to fold out all the better aces in his range as they've missed. No he's not folding QQ, but that's why lack of respect when readless gets you into trouble sometimes.


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Wed Dec 19, 2012, 10:30 AM
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ye i supose i find it hard folding sotimes!
 
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Wed Dec 19, 2012, 02:37 PM
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Haha that reminds me of the WSOP main event final table commentary, at one point Sylvia was facing a decision and tanking (he tanked like every time anyway) and Antonio Esfandiari was explaining the different moves Jesse might make and why, and Lon asked something to the effect of "This doesn't seem like a great hand in this spot, couldn't he just fold?" and Antonio replied "of course folding is fine here, but, you know, these young wizards don't really like to fold" HAHAHA


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