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QQ - Wed Sep 25, 2013, 03:16 AM
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If MP opens for 3x and the BU and SB call and you squeeze in the BB and then the MP shoves the BU calls and the SB call theres over 300BB in the pot are you calling off the rest of your stack even though your likely to run into AA KK?

I expected to be beat to be honest but i could t resist calling to take down a massive pot it turned out MP had AK BU had slow played KK and the SB had 77 and rivered a 7.

Similar spot i open AKdd UTG+1 CO 3 bets and BU calls, i call flop came J57dd.

I check CO jams and BU calls, so are we calling with 9 outs when were gonna have to avoid the turn and river pairing because one of these obviously has 2 pair+ ?
 
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Wed Sep 25, 2013, 06:29 PM
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I'd have to see the precise pot and stack sizes. When contemplating calling off your stack, it's just a math problem. Work out your pot odds and compare them to your equity against ranges.


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Thu Sep 26, 2013, 02:03 AM
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We're calling roughly 91bb against this action?

I think I am folding. I find it hard, without some sort of info to see that they are all in there with worse.

That's the QQ hand.
 
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Thu Sep 26, 2013, 12:09 PM
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Yh it was something like that i had to put like $4.50 into into 15 it might of been a bit more though i think i had like $6.50 in total and 1 of them was abit deeper but there was no one below $5.
 

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