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16nl fr should I fold river - Fri Jan 17, 2014, 08:13 AM
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Villian was 26/18/0 over 95 hands

1.Should I have raised the flop.

2.Is this an easy fold on the river. My thinking was his shove looked really fishy like a busted flush draw.

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Fri Jan 17, 2014, 12:07 PM
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Fri Jan 17, 2014, 12:29 PM
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Hi tony,

Welcome to the HA forum!

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Not sure how to post hand without results can someone help.
Just delete the HH from the point you want it to stop before loading to the replayer.

Pre: Calling is fine, but I generally prefer to raise to isolate the limper, which gives us 2 ways to win. I would expect the limper to fold a lot, and call/check-fold on the flop a lot. And some of the times he doesn't go away we'll hit a 6 as well.

On the flop, this is definitely a spot I would raise. The board is coordinated and the villain limped the small blind, so he can have any of this. His lead into a 4 way pot indicates real strength, and while there are some hands we are behind (88, 97... TT probably raises pre a lot), there are a number of worse hands that will continue vs. a raise... top pair, 2 pair, pair+gutshot, J9, Q9. With the lead into 4 players it's not likely an air stab, he's got something and most of it is worse than our hand.

Turn raise is good. On the river, I would just fold tbh. This type of large overbet action from a non-crazy player (26/18 is non-crazy) screams home run value to me. Our turn raise should look very strong, like we were slow playing 97 or a set on the flop (which we do have in our range in a limped pot), and he doesn't care. A hand like QT would care, and probably check/call a lot here.

Huge river overbets are usually value, until you see differently from a player. If he wanted to bluff (even though it's a terrible spot for it given the strength your line shows), he could do so very effectively by betting $4.75 (75% of pot).


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Fri Jan 17, 2014, 07:15 PM
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Thank you very much for the feedback. Hopefully I can find the fold button in future for river shoves.
 

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