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5NL 6max/deep hero vs turn minraise - Wed Jan 08, 2014, 03:29 AM
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Since: Apr 2012
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I am facing a difficult decision on the turn when I get minraised. Always the nuts right?!
Should I fold my overpair?

Villian: 21/11 | 3bet 2,8 | fold3bet 33% | Agg 1,6 } Hands 101
seen playing on more tables. Looks like a reg.

Your thoughts please, thanks people!

(btw, I post winning and loosing hands)

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Wed Jan 08, 2014, 03:45 AM
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Since: Jul 2012
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He seems more passive , because of a huge gap between VP and PFR. I think because of deep stacks his hand range is wide and raising OTT in a 3bet pot means a lot of strength . I think he wouldn't raise TT-JJ there, you showed a lot of strength and he isn't aggressive enough to bluff or turn TT-JJ into bluff. As for me it's very hard fold .
 
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Wed Jan 08, 2014, 10:04 AM
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Since: Sep 2010
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When V1 calls the original raise and then calls your pretty large 3Bet, his range is heavily weighted towards low-medium pocket pairs, say 22-JJ.

On the flop I think I'd CBet a bit bigger than you did, something like $1.40 as you are multiway and it is more likely that one of them (or even both) will call.

There is a theorem called the Beluga Theorem - if you are raised on the turn, re-evaluate the strength of your one-pair hand (the implication being you should usually fold). Check out Dave's Poker Theorems Lesson for more info

You've got a passive opponent who's range contains a lot of smallish pocket pairs and you've got a low flop. You've bet/raised at every opportunity, showing extreme strength, yet your opponent min raises, seemingly begging for a call and not wanting you to go away. I think he has a set 100% of the time here.
 

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