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5nl FR, KK raised on ccordinated board vs two oppo - Fri Mar 22, 2013, 11:42 PM
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Since: May 2012
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villain 7
VPIP/PFR 95/10
AGGR 0
villain 5
VPIP/PFR 63/26
AGGR 8

got minraised by villain 5, villain 7 calls and i also call. based on villain 5 stats i didnt feel he had a set or a str8, but i took a passive line in case i was wrong.
turn checks through(now im certain i have the best hand), river comes the worst possible card for me and now villain pots it.
obviously, i cant call and i ended up folding
should i have shoved OTF when he raised? he could be raising with 44,66,65s,54s
 
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Sat Mar 23, 2013, 09:58 AM
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Hi Espada,

I like 3-betting the flop and stacking off. While villain will have a set or a straight some of the time, the bulk of his range is pocket pairs that you are crushing.
e.g. If villain 5 has 99 or 88 here, he thinks he has the best hand, so he's (min-)raising to protect it from overcards on later streets.
He'd also raise with the hands you mentioned, along with A5/A3/A2 and some total air, as he's very aggro.
When you have a big overpair, and the board is very low, there are so many overpairs you beat, that stacking off is rarely a bad mistake. Against a nit that would only raise a set here, it would be a fold. Against these two fish, I'm getting it in, expecting to be called by hands we completely dominate.

As played, the river was brutal and your fold is clearly correct.


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