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2NL - AJs vs 2 villain - All in at the Turn - Sun Apr 21, 2013, 06:35 PM
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Hi,

I just had this hand. I've got no useful stats on the players.

 
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Sun Apr 21, 2013, 11:00 PM
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Hi SrPick,

Preflop and flop line look good imo. The turn I think in general it's much better to bet/fold but hard to do that with this bet sizing... potting the turn makes it pretty gross to fold to a shove. I think something like .35c makes more sense here, we will get called by worse made hands like worse jacks, maybe a ten that doesn't believe us, and draws, and it's easier to get away when shoved on.

Even as played though, I think it's a fold. Sort of a classic Baluga spot, our hand really is crushed by his value shoving range, and we're drawing dead to some of it, only drawing live vs. JT basically.


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Mon Apr 22, 2013, 04:41 AM
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Hi,

Indeed, he had pocket 6. I think I would have folded at the flop with that but, all along, I wasn't feeling confortable at this table and I guess it tends to show up in my game.

Thank you.
Pw
 

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