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2nl zoom any way to play this better? - Fri Nov 29, 2013, 02:10 AM
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Since: Mar 2012
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CO 30/20 30 hands
UTG 36/7 17 hands
Should I lead the flop? If checking is good then should I call or raise if someone bets?
Should I check/call the river? I thought 2 pair might just call my bet but would not bet themselves.
 
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Fri Nov 29, 2013, 06:20 AM
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Hi Praydk,

Calling preflop is marginal because I need to have 20x the bet in effective stacks if I want to setmine OOP.
If we think the limper will also call then maybe its okay to call and try to squeeze some money from both players when we hit to make up for the difference.

I like how you played the hand; My plan when setmining is to continue when I hit and x/f when I miss. So here I will stick to my plan and just x/f to a bet especially when we have a SD on a flop that has FD also our hand will be vulnerable to overcards on later streets. Against some villains we can x/c river to let them bluff some missed draws but against a passive opponent betting is better because we can get called by worse hands that would rather check back when we check but will definitely call a bet.
 
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Fri Nov 29, 2013, 10:33 AM
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Since: Nov 2013
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if he is a reg. I would check/call the river since the flush draw completes.

But considering he limped preflop shows that he is a passive player. Better to bet on the river but you need to call a reraise since you are already pot committed.
 

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