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10Nl 6-max Zoom 77 - Tue Jan 07, 2014, 06:04 AM
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Hi, villain is playing 30/21/0 over just 34 hands.

How should I play this hand ?



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Tue Jan 07, 2014, 06:38 AM
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Turn is close but I don't think we can fold.
 
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Tue Jan 07, 2014, 12:53 PM
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Hi fp,

It's pretty close, folding isn't bad to such a large raise, but I can understand getting it in as well. The thing is we made a very large flop raise and villain responded by just calling. This is more indicative of some draw imo than KK/JJ/KJ as I'd expect those hands to take a bet/3b line on such a wet flop that clearly has hit us solidly. Obviously QT has gotten there, as has Ts8s, but we still do have 10 outs on the river against those hands. But given the villain seems kind of loose, it's not unreasonable for him to show up with some hands like Ks9s or even other K9's, 9sXs (T, 8, A) that is now making an il-advised semi-bluff. This one may be close either way without more definitive reads.


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Tue Jan 07, 2014, 01:01 PM
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strange line by the villain, we got what we wanted we flopped a set.

His flop and turn play doesn't make a ton of sense, when he bets so small it looks like a FD or some kind of weak one pair hand.

then when he shows so much aggression on the turn I guess he is repping QT, but K9, J9, 97, and 99 would probably take the same line a good bit of the time, he probably also has some fd semi bluffs there as well, but I would think he would play the flop stronger with a big draw. I suppose he could have been baiting you with KK or JJ, Kj is in his range too, although those are less likely imo because I would think he would want to 3 bet you on the draw heavy board.

I think I would have to go with it too. I also have a ton of respect for these hand analyzers, this is not easy given the limited information.

I know you can't say right now, but I would love to know what he had after they analyze this hand.

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Tue Jan 07, 2014, 01:05 PM
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ok dave must have analyzed it while I was typing.. so what did he have???
 
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Tue Jan 07, 2014, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by FireMedic815 View Post
strange line by the villain, we got what we wanted we flopped a set.

His flop and turn play doesn't make a ton of sense, when he bets so small it looks like a FD or some kind of weak one pair hand.

then when he shows so much aggression on the turn I guess he is repping QT, but K9, J9, 97, and 99 would probably take the same line a good bit of the time, he probably also has some fd semi bluffs there as well, but I would think he would play the flop stronger with a big draw. I suppose he could have been baiting you with KK or JJ, Kj is in his range too, although those are less likely imo because I would think he would want to 3 bet you on the draw heavy board.

I think I would have to go with it too. I also have a ton of respect for these hand analyzers, this is not easy given the limited information.

I know you can't say right now, but I would love to know what he had after they analyze this hand.

gl at the tables
It's pretty tough to include J9, 97, 99 in his range since we made such a large flop raise... unless he had a flush draw with his pair but that isn't possible given the board. K9 it is.

The result is shown in the replayer, villain had QTo.


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Wed Jan 08, 2014, 06:49 AM
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Thank you all guys for the insights.

@ FireMedic

He had QTo for the straight lol
Tough to loose 150BB haha

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