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PSO NL Tournament KK Call or Fold? - Wed Sep 11, 2013, 06:07 AM
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Since: Jun 2013
Posts: 23
Hi,

I just played this hand earlier this morning. Any advice?

*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to ReggaePirate [Kd Kh]
nelufratila: folds
Somebody2222: folds
sven7337: calls 40
raduiulian01: calls 40
ReggaePirate: raises 120 to 160
AAKKF8ce: folds
igor1970z: folds
robigyerek85: folds
doll0312: calls 120
sven7337: calls 120
raduiulian01: calls 120
*** FLOP *** [Ks 2c 4d]
doll0312: bets 1340 and is all-in
sven7337: folds
raduiulian01: folds
ReggaePirate: calls 1340
*** TURN *** [Ks 2c 4d] [Tc]




Thanks

Mark
 
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Wed Sep 11, 2013, 11:36 AM
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Hi Mark!

With KK, I'm going to make a standard raise preflop, which for this blind level is to 3BB+1BB for each limper. With 2 limpers, I will raise to 5BB or 200. I do not want to raise to less than this or I can be giving the opps the correct odds to try to outdraw me.

I flop top set and an opp shoves.. this is a dream scenario. As a 97% favorite (not easy to get much higher)... I cannot get my chips into the pot fast enough!

Good luck at the tables.

John (JWK24)


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Wed Sep 11, 2013, 04:35 PM
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Since: Jun 2013
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Hi John,

Thanks for the reply, made me feel a lot better. I called his all in bet only to be beaten by a flush on the river which I never recovered from. I guess I can call that a bad beat?

On the up side I followed your advice from a few days ago and managed to get to 211th in yesterdays 10.00 am (GMT) game by avoiding any all-ins with AK!

Thanks


Mark
 

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