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fr 5nl 2 - Sun May 19, 2013, 05:48 AM
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this is a hand where i play a bronzestar that is playing 40-10 after his call pre flop i put him on mostly bad aces and 22-1010. after he calls my cbet i still think he could have an bad A that he doesnt want to fold or a hand like 44,66,77. after the a hit the turn im pretty happy since if he had a bad A im 99% certain he wont be able to fold it. when he raises my bad im just thrilled i think he sometimes might have 2 pair but i think he is doing it aswell with a-10 or a-4 so im getting it in. he had a set in the end how do you guys think i played this hand? btw i would never palyed this hand the same way vs a tag.


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Sun May 19, 2013, 06:35 PM
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Hi ad,

I like your preflop raise. Continuation betting isn't necessarily great against this type of player as if he hit any piece he won't fold, and this board is one that hits a lot of his preflop calling range. When we hit the turn, I would bet fold both turn and river... I expect a loose-passive player like this will call us down with so many worse hands (not just weaker aces), but when this player type raises we are beat... LP's are only raising here with 2 pair+, he would simply call with just an ace. So bet/fold turn, and if called, bet/fold river.


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Mon May 20, 2013, 03:42 AM
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ok thanx dave


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