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3b pot with JJ low flop facing min raise - Sun Jul 07, 2013, 07:02 PM
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Ok so villian is 33/15 over 45 hands with a fold to 3b of 33%, AF 2.75. Not a lot to go on i know.

Basically is the flop just a bet fold? Im thinking yes but is it tempting to think he has Ax, like pair and sd, or overs and fd given he calls 3b oop.



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Tue Jul 09, 2013, 12:01 PM
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hey 33pedro

I would just go with it here and move all-in. I think he is going to be check-raising a range wide enough range that we should not fold. We are also going to be in tough even in position on a lot of turn cards. So I think we should move all-in. Sure, sometimes villain will show a set or a straight. But I think we have a pretty strong and and we will see a lot of combination draws, pair plus gutter, and so on.

Honestly I don't have much stronger analysis than that. Villain is not a full stack and probably not that great in terms of the hands he will choose to stack off with. That's basically the reason we three-bet right?
 
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Tue Jul 09, 2013, 05:42 PM
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Hey Gareth
Thanks for that, I was leaning towards that too but nice to hear it from an analyzer too!


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