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5nl zoom JJ on low coordinated board - Wed Dec 18, 2013, 04:55 AM
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UTG unknown but looks like a fish because of limping
when he donks like that I think he has some draws, pair+draws, two pair, 66/88. Should I raise the flop for value and protection then?
He bets 1/3 ott, his range looks the same
1/3 on river too, now it comes down to the pair+draw that he had on the flop. The problem is that he might have improved to two pair. But it doesn't look like he improved much when he bets 1/3. Should I have folded the river? Or should I have raised throughout the hand?
 
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Wed Dec 18, 2013, 04:57 AM
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Raise flop. As played calling down is ok.
 
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Wed Dec 18, 2013, 04:29 PM
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Hi Pray,

I agree with the range assessment on the flop. I very much prefer calling here. He's already potted it so he's charged himself to draw. Plus it's a 3 handed pot, I would hate to raise and have V3 come over the top with a check-raise. We have position so we can see what everyone does and what comes off, and make a more informed decision later. He can't take free cards from OOP so that's not a concern either.

We get a fair bit of good news after our call... V3 goes away, and although the turn coordinates in some ways with the flop, his turn bet sizing indicates he doesn't like it. If I raised in the hand, it would be right here.

As played I call the river, I think a raise is too thin and expect from the sizing he's not super strong too often. I'd expect to see hands like 5c6c, Ac5c, Ac6c, Ac7c, 98s here a lot.


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