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2NL Zoom (6max) A9s (Btn) vs 'all in' OTF + 1 caller [CO] - Mon Oct 28, 2013, 10:47 AM
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Stats / Information:

Villain 6 [CO]: VPIP: 17 | PFR: 6 | 3B: 0 (49 hands)
Hero [BTN]: VPIP: 20 | PFR: 14 | 3B: 5 (105 hands)
Villain 3 [BB]: No information / short stack

Addtl Notes V6 [CO]: Called 3bets OOP with TT & donks flop with top pair or better.

Pre-flop: Hero:

Villain 3 [UTG] R + 1 caller Villain 6 [CO]... I opt to flat IP

Flop:

Action flop... I flop nut f/draw & GS. Original PFR checks & V6 [CO] bets, I opt to call & V3 shoves 'all in'. V6 [CO] then flats... Hero???

Question[s]:

What is my optimal line / next action given post-flop action?

Tony [Prodigy237]
 
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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 11:24 AM
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I'd prefer squeezing preflop with a hand like A9s because it's so often dominated post flop and when we flop an A we are going to be playing the guessing game.

Anyway, given we flat pre and call the cbet, I think we have a pretty no brainer reshove once V6 calls V3's shove.

We have a tonne of outs if we are behind and if V6 folds we pick up a bit of dead money and isolate the short stack. We can never fold with the amount of money in the middle so we may as well get it in.
 
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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 01:15 PM
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Hi Tony,

I think the call with a suited Ace is okay MW. With a gutshot, overcard and NFD I think I'm raising the flop and getting it in. Against hands like {JJ, TT, 77, KQ, JT, 98} we are even money.
 
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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 03:10 PM
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Hi George & birdayy,

Thank you for your comments / feedback. Just wanted to check that I was correct in getting it 'all in' OTF. Here's how the hand played out!



Tony [Prodigy237]
 

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