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10NL 6-max Zoom TT MW - Sat Jan 11, 2014, 10:01 PM
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Hi, villain is unknown.

The river is a clear fold here right ?
I had a similar hand earlier where I had a set of TT on 3B pot and the guy floats OOP with A high (A8s) and hits a runner runner flush. He used the same line as here, check calling Flop and Turn and donking All-in the river.



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Mon Jan 13, 2014, 08:50 AM
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Yeah I like a fold OTR. Can't really think of any combos that get to the river against a decently strong line from you and need to bluff here. If villain were a very aggressive/tricky player he could all of a sudden decide to turn Ax into a bluff but you will have flushes in this spot as well so there is no real need to call with a set I feel.

Preflop I prefer squeezing over calling, but both are obviously fine plays.


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Mon Jan 13, 2014, 02:13 PM
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Thanks xlixx,
but could you explain to me the reason behind squeezing pre flop ? And what range of pokcet pairs I should do it ? 99-AA ?

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Mon Jan 13, 2014, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by fp_boss77 View Post
Thanks xlixx,
but could you explain to me the reason behind squeezing pre flop ? And what range of pokcet pairs I should do it ? 99-AA ?

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It depends a lot on who is involved, the weaker/more callhappy the opponents the more value you can get by squeezing abd building bigger pots with hands like 88+, but the lower you go the closer it gets.


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