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2nl 6max zoom-Get Money In Or Get Out? - Wed Apr 03, 2013, 08:45 AM
Nashy1996's Avatar
Since: Dec 2011
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Hi Everyone,

A little bit of an interesting spot here i thought,i got 3 callers from my cutoff raise and flop the wheel.
The villian in the sb check raises me,they have stats of 29/18 over 17 hands.
Then the villian in the bb re-raises again!! they have stats of 23/15 and had check raised flop 1of6 and folded to cbets 3/3 over 109 hands.
Also the villian on the button i didnt have much on,only 3 hands for 67/0

My thinking in this hand was that i could still have the best hand here and i'm probably not surprised theres so much action.
I think i can still beat alot of sets here plus at 2nl i believe they are capable of over playing some overpairs here.
Also i do have one blocker to 56 the nuts which helps a little.

What do you think should i get away from this one or get it in and hope for the best


Last edited by Nashy1996; Wed Apr 03, 2013 at 09:00 AM..
Wed Apr 03, 2013, 10:06 AM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Hi Nashy,

I am happily getting the monies in here personally. If someone has 65, God bless them, I'm doubling them up absent a 6 on the turn or river. We are at the absolute top of our range with a somewhat disguised 2nd nuts, and I can see many worse hands stacking in here including semi-bluffs like 55, overpairs in the hands of a fish, and sets. If they both have the most legit worse stack off hands, sets, we're in fantastic shape as they'd have some of each others outs. I can't see any compelling reason to fold honestly, against any player type, even a nit. Actually it's an easy stack off vs. a nit as nits don't call preflop raises with 65 but they routinely set mine small pairs, so a nit will show you a set about 100% of the time here.

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