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2NL zoom: AA, over pair on wet flop, bad turn card - Mon Sep 09, 2013, 11:12 AM
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Villain unknown, but i put his range as J10+, A10+, KJ+ or small pairs maybe up to 1010

Just want to know if I made the right decisions in this hand and if I could of made better one's earlier in the hand
 
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Mon Sep 09, 2013, 12:34 PM
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Hi Luke,

Firstly I would raise larger preflop, for pure value. Villain is limping in EP, so is probably bad/weak and will be prone to calling too loose preflop.

Post flop I would generally take a bet/fold line vs a relatively unknown preflop limp/caller. Bet for value on all 3 streets, and fold to a raise. I think this turn card is a fine one to execute this plan too... the ten coordinates well with a lot of his flop calling range, so we can bet for value vs. AJ/KJ/QJ/QT/T8 and expect to see JT/T9/33/99/TT/KQ/78s often enough when raised to just release.


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Mon Sep 09, 2013, 01:37 PM
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Thanks Langolier, I normally do add one BB for every limper but in this case I made a mistake and didn't check to see if there was a limper, I was multi-tabling, I know folding was the right thing to do but I feel I should have folded on the turn giving him credit for J10 when he raised me on that street, was having a bad session getting out drawn a lot.

On a side note I've been watching some of your Vids and there really helping me, in some of them you say people sometimes send you hand histories/stats for you to review, how do you go about arranging something like that, I would really like to get feed back from someone like yourself.
Sorry if this is not the place to ask about that but I had a look around the forum but couldn't find any info about something like that, I can't do the bankroll builder
Thanks

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Mon Sep 09, 2013, 03:10 PM
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