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2nl AA vs donk multiway - Fri Jan 17, 2014, 09:19 AM
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Since: Mar 2012
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43/7 over 15 hands
On the flop I put him on something speculative that either hit or is drawing, sometimes maybe a top pair that wants to protect.
I raised his donk and continued on the turn, I don' think he's bluffing with a busted draw given the action and the odds I have to call. Seems strange that he checked the turn tho, I think he just lets me do the betting with a set/2pair and on the river he's just scared that I will check back.
Are my reads ok and what would you do?
Had to call 0.90 to win 3.22, will he have a busted draw enough here to justify the call?
 
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Fri Jan 17, 2014, 01:05 PM
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Hi pray,

You just can't fold here, the pot is huge and you only have .90c left. it's possible he'll show us KQ obv but he may just have QdJd and decide since you only have .90c left and he has to call you anyway, he'll shove. Or he can have a busted draw. Or just KTo that again, has to call your last .90c anyway so why not just bet, maybe you'll fold?

Have a plan. I think the flop read is good, and he's a loose player, so he'll call a big raise. If we make it .60c to go here, there'll be 1.44 in the pot when he calls, and we have 1.34 left, a pot sized turn shove on all blanks. We could make it .65c and it's even a bit better.


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