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10NL 6-max Zoom. Raise 66 utg and sick 4b the 3b from the sb. Hey don't donk my 4b... - Sat Feb 23, 2013, 01:23 AM
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Since: May 2011
Posts: 2,036
Hi,

My last HA post was 66. So again 66 and now you can all destroy me on this hand.


I raise 66 utg and then make a sick 4b into a 3b from the sb. Then what... a donk into me the aggressor?

I have position and some times the flop doesn't matter so >>don't flat and donk my 4b oop<< just give me half your chips.


I think you should only occasionally attempt this with profit and then open yourself up to some bad comments if you show.

Not really serious just fun in the micros. I'm the only idiot who flats a 4-bet and donks. That was bad and then see my own bluff in the villain's shoes.

I will be good now, no more aggressive 66.
 
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Sat Feb 23, 2013, 09:38 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Hi Forrest,

The preflop open is fine, and the money is deep enough that we can call the 3b in position and set mine, plus we will sometimes win without a set just by having the positional advantage.

I don't really care to 4b this spot as if we get 5b we'll have to fold a hand that had real preflop, and no reason to think he's 3-betting us light.

The rest of the hand is reckless imo. You stacked off in a situation where you will usually not be good and let him see the river the times you are in the lead.


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