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NL5 Zoom flop overpair+straight draw equity - Sat Feb 23, 2013, 05:47 AM
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Since: Sep 2011
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Hi!

I would like to ask Your opinion on this hand.

No reads on vilains.
On preflop I put him on any small and middle pocket pairs , high aces and almost any suited connectors.
On what can I put him after calling others vilains raise and rr my reraise? Does he have just overpair or set? Or should I put him on straigth+flush draw (or maybe already straight)?
Is my reraise acquitted OTF?



Thank You!
 
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Sat Feb 23, 2013, 07:24 PM
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Hi KKN,

I think that the initial opener had something like AK that he cbet/folded, the other guy may have had a set(or better), that he was willing to slow play until you raised and gave him the oportunity to put all the chips in. in my opinion the majority of the time it is a set, and not that often a straight or a big draw.

Hope it helps.
 
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Sat Feb 23, 2013, 07:26 PM
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Hi KKN,

I think that the initial opener had something like AK that he cbet/folded, the other guy may have had a set(or better), that he was willing to slow play until you raised and gave him the oportunity to put all the chips in. in my opinion the majority of the time it is a set, and not that often a straight or a big draw.

Hope it helps.
 
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Sun Feb 24, 2013, 03:03 PM
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Hi KKN,

Preflop call to set min with 88 is fine and standard here, I think it's the best option.

I don't like the check-raise on the flop... it will get action from better hands and fold out worse too often. Generally I prefer to lead right out and see how they respond, rather than check and risk a free card to just overs (c-bet should be a bit less likely in a multi-way pot).

When V6 shoves it's pretty clear you're beat. You need 34% equity to break even, and you probably have a bit less than that, but it's really close at this point so calling off or folding aren't big errors.


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