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AQ'o in MP @2.50/180 - Sun Jun 30, 2013, 01:40 PM
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Not posted any hands for a bit, so go easy

not many hands on these villains
villain 2 = 27/27 (11)
villain 3 = 50/11 (39)
the call is bad I suppose, should have shoved?
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Sorry mis posted please move to hand analysis

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Mon Jul 01, 2013, 11:04 AM
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I think V2 has a monster JJ at least, he's short stack and 3bets 250, without reading I would fold. At this blind level I shove JJ+ and AKs, V3's hand range is something like 22-88 . Call isn't option, if you shove you don't have fold equity against V2 , V3 may fold weak hand. If you call you are behind to V2 on the flop without hitting an A and if you hit an A sometimes you are behind to V2 and you won't win any chips from V3 because without monster he folds and you need all his stack to keep your stack live .
Fold is best decision for me .

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Mon Jul 01, 2013, 12:34 PM
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*Moved to analysis forum* Fadyen



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Mon Jul 01, 2013, 02:03 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Shichi-77 View Post
I think V2 has a monster JJ at least, he's short stack and 3bets 250, without reading I would fold. At this blind level I shove JJ+ and AKs, V3's hand range is something like 22-88 . Call isn't option, if you shove you don't have fold equity against V2 , V3 may fold weak hand. If you call you are behind to V2 on the flop without hitting an A and if you hit an A sometimes you are behind to V2 and you won't win any chips from V3 because without monster he folds and you need all his stack to keep your stack live .
Fold is best decision for me .
You meen fold pre flop? I cant really fold AQ with 8/1 pot odds,
also hard to fold AQ in an un-opened pot against dodgy villains,
and this isnt a dig at you Shichi I get where your coming from but your ranging of there holdings is way off
 
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Mon Jul 01, 2013, 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Jonny9691 View Post
You meen fold pre flop? I cant really fold AQ with 8/1 pot odds,
also hard to fold AQ in an un-opened pot against dodgy villains,
and this isnt a dig at you Shichi I get where your coming from but your ranging of there holdings is way off
I never call there 11 hand isn't enough to make decision for me. If I think that I'm ahead to their
hand ranges I shove even with KTo. If he 3bets with random it's obvious he shoves any flop and what's next folding without hitting?

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Tue Jul 02, 2013, 05:31 PM
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Hi Jonny9691

Without reads I'm going to ship this in every time but if we suspect that villain 2 is a solid reg then I'm folding every time.

I come across the min 3bet with small stack sizes quite often and a lot of the time it's hand like 10 9s and Axs that just want to gamble and another reason why I like to shove it all in is because we clearly have player 3 crushed into smithereens and there is a very good chance that he will call our shove, so if worse comes to worse and player 2 does have us beat then we can always win a fairly decent side pot from player 3.

Cheers, Chris.
 

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