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2NL Zomm hands - Wed Jan 08, 2014, 09:01 AM
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I have two hands I would like some opinion

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So I have no particulate reads on my opponent. Since the flop that came is very coordinate IMO should I have called the c/r OTF which shows so much strength. OTT I think I have to go with my top set.

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Here I opened with KQs and got called by BTN. Flop is ok for my c-bet and got called. OTT I fired second barrel and got mini raised (are my sizing bets on the flop and turn ok?). And I decided to just call because I didn`t want to blow up the pot and decided to just c/c river if some blank card came. What do you think of my line.
 
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Wed Jan 08, 2014, 12:17 PM
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Hi Delta,

Please limit 1 hand to a thread in the future.

The aces hand looks fine. Don't think 3-betting the flop is great because we are going to get it in bad too often, but I don't mind calling having the Ad and position and making a more informed decision on the turn. Once we turn an ace, drawing out on all flopped 2 pairs and sets, we should put him all in for sure.

KQs hand is ok up until we called the turn raise. Villain's turn click back value raising range should be all hands that beat us, so fold immediately imo, our hand isn't strong enough to put 3 rounds of action in vs. an unknown profitably, and certainly not 4 (had the river been a blank, you were going to check/call).


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Wed Jan 08, 2014, 03:01 PM
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Thx for the input Langolier, I`m going to be mindful in the future
 

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