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2NL FR, AQ in BTN, wrong to call raise on flop? - Thu Jul 18, 2013, 02:03 PM
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Villain is 57/15 (27 hands).

Question: Should I have folded to his check-raise on the flop?



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Thu Jul 18, 2013, 09:41 PM
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Hi DrJ,

It's kind of close, I probably am not folding though. He's super loose but not a wild raiser and he's opened UTG... not sure if his preflop raise/calling range includes QT or not (probably at least suited, since he did this with KJo) but I would expect it to include for sure AT, AJ, AK all of which he might be spewy enough playing stats like this to check/raise and get it in with. We'll also get shown TT and KJ sometimes but at least we have outs against those. I don't think I'm folding top 2 here to this guy with a low stack to pot ratio in a 3b pot.


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