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66 lose more - Fri Dec 06, 2013, 06:38 AM
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hello i play cash game $0.10/$0.25
i this hand i full house 66633 lose to qqq33 in river please talk about my play and learn me



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Fri Dec 06, 2013, 09:30 AM
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Money's going in, not much you can do.

I'd tend to prefer flatting his flop raise, though shipping isn't terrible.
 
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Fri Dec 06, 2013, 11:10 AM
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Hi ussef,

Not much to see here, I am always happy to stack off on this flop. Villain's check/raise shows a lot of strength in a 3 way pot, but there is only one specific hand beating us at this point, QQ, and he may have 3-bet that holding preflop at least some of the time. The other holdings that make sense for this show of strength are 33, QsXs, and maybe if he's bad (no read given) AQ overplaying it's holding.

I do like raising again rather than flatting his c/r, as he's probably willing to stack all these off right on the flop (especially bottom set or top pair+flush draw) but may change his mind on some turn cards. Shoving is fine, so would clicking it back be fine... I actually prefer the smaller raise simply to target his top pair overplays. In the event he's making a bad raise to "see where he's at" with AQo, a shove tells him and he may fold, but I don't think he's getting away from a click back or small raise.


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