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50NL 6 max - Dont know what to do - Sun Nov 17, 2013, 02:39 PM
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Little stats on Villain. only been at the table with 10 hands with them.

Was calling the 4 bet a bad idea to begin with? should I be shoving the Flop? I was guessing on the flop im either Way ahead or way behind. Thoughts?
 
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Sun Nov 17, 2013, 05:37 PM
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i would prefer to make my decision preflop at this point. you aren't getting odds to setmine preflop and if you were considering continuing the hand postflop this is one of the best flops you could ask for and I would just jam this flop.

But as I said, your hand is pretty tough to play postflop besides hitting 9, so I would either jam or fold PF. You're giving up too much by calling and calling then folding without even seeing showdown.

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Sun Nov 17, 2013, 06:26 PM
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So Jamming Pre-flop or just folding to the 4 bet is the better option. By jamming I'am making my perceived range look very strong and Just hope I'm flipping against AK,AQ?
 
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Sun Nov 17, 2013, 08:48 PM
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I agree with Randy, jam or fold pre. With this villain being unknown and cold 4-betting out of position to a good sizing, I'm inclined to cut my losses and fold personally.

I also don't think the initial 3b is great without reads, and none were given, since we hate getting 4b with this hand and we negate our positional advantage somewhat 3-betting.


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