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5NL - 2pair on monotone board - Sat Feb 16, 2013, 08:11 AM
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Hi guys,

I think there might be more made hands in villains range than TP + FD kind of hands?

I donk bet, flop for value against TP and FDs and I get min-raised. What do you make out of this?

Villain 32/4/3 (only 28 hands)

. Fold?
. Call?
. Re-raise/Fold? or Re-raise/get it in?

 
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Sat Feb 16, 2013, 05:27 PM
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Hi geo,

It's fine to fold directly to his raise. The minimal stats indicate loose-passive and his stack size and open limp don't do anything to dissuade us from that read, so when he raises us here I don't think it's profitable to continue vs his range. We're destroyed by flushes, AQ, A6, 66 and I would expect him to be fairly strong here quite often. If he had a draw loose-passives usually call with it. The read is spurious enough that we don't know for sure with this villain. But even against a hand like KhJs we're only 56%. There's basically nothing we're destroying equity wise here, and plenty of possible hands destroying us... just fold.


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Sun Feb 17, 2013, 05:55 AM
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