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10nl Zoom - Squeezing OTB with AQ. - Tue Mar 12, 2013, 04:39 PM
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I have 53 hands on V4, he is playing 18/10 with an AF-10 so far. The other two villains are unknowns.

My question is, is this a good spot to squeeze given teh dead money in the pot? I feel I can get called by some worse hands such as KQs and AJs but even that is questionable so am I turning a good hand into a bluff unnecassarily?

If this is a good spot to squeeze given what range would you do so with? I think without reads on all players we shouldn't be getting out of line here. For example with something like A5s.

Also when you do 3bet what sizing would you make it?



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Wed Mar 13, 2013, 05:41 AM
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I think both calling and squeezing here preflop is fine. I would make this mainly dependant on the other two villains in the hand. If there is a weaker player trapped in the middle who will potentially call with a lot worse I would be more apt to squeeze.

I would probably raise/fold to a non-committing $1,20 against the UTG opener since we are likely to be behind against his EP shoving range.


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