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10Nl 6-max Zoom ATo on BB - Tue Jan 07, 2014, 06:06 AM
fp_boss77's Avatar
Since: Jan 2012
Posts: 490
Hi, villain is playing 20/15/3 over 260 hands.

Do you like my line here ?

Tue Jan 07, 2014, 06:40 AM
birdayy's Avatar
Since: Sep 2012
Posts: 1,179
Looks fine. If we flat and a J or Q comes our action will be killed so i dont mind raising OTT although it does look quite transparent to 2p+.

It's interesting when he jams because his range is wider BvB but 130bb deep I wouldn't feel too good calling a turn 3b shove.
Tue Jan 07, 2014, 01:03 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 13,496
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Hi fp,

Firstly we need to look at more than just the generic VPIP/PFR/3B stats here with 260 hands for a sample... specifically, his steal %'s, both overall and from the SB position. Also his fold to 3B% would be useful. Blind v blind I am definitely playing AT but I might sometimes 3b it as opposed to flatting. If he's got a wide steal range, I prefer to 3b this spot. Flatting is still profitable, but without the initiative we can get a bit lost on what to do post flop when we don't hit the board, since AT high can still be the best hand a fair bit vs. a wide steal range but it can't take heat. If his fold to 3B is low, 3-betting is even nicer since I would expect him to steal position open hands like A-rag and broadways, then call our 3b with these dominated hands.

As played, I think folding is fine. Sometimes we may be folding the best hand to AQ/AJ or more specifically A6/KT, but our turn raise should look very strong here and we can have the nuts very easily as played, so his all in should include a lot of very strong hands.

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