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2NL 6-max Zoom 99 - Mon May 13, 2013, 04:06 PM
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Hi , I decided to lead the flop since it was very dry and I didn't want to give players possible free cards. And I've seen players do this call and raises and continue on flops like these multi-ways with hands like draws, two pairs and even TPTK.
Should I've folded after a raise and a flat call ?
The button had TT and the cut off had QsKs.



 
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Mon May 13, 2013, 09:44 PM
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Hi fp,

Don't be results oriented. I think you're only asking the question because of the hands you ran into and the fact that you lost. If they had turned over As2s and 88, and you shipped this huge pot, would you still be posting to ask if you should fold on the flop?

I really like your decision to lead out, that's so key here and so many people automatically "check to the raiser". It's a wet, action board and you have a very strong hit with middle set, so many turn cards are bad for you that we really don't want to risk a free card and we can get action from so many worse hands.

When it comes back to you raised by the PFR (unlucky he had TT, his range here is 88+, AsKs, AsQs, AJ, KJ, QJ imo) and cold called by V1 (probably a stubborn top pair or draw) with $1 in the pot already I would shove here as well.

Nothing wrong here imo, but we can't win them all.


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