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NL2$ 6-max set of tens on highly wet board multiway - Sun Jan 19, 2014, 05:49 AM
betsizer's Avatar
Since: Dec 2013
Posts: 562
NL2$ 6-max Would you call the river bet ?

Villain_1: VP:16 PR:11 AF:3 AFq:32 (137)
villain_5: VP:57 PR:29 AF:NA AFq:0 (7)

On the flop v5 donks into 2 opponents. I don't know a lot of this player so he might be playing Kx or a flush draw or a hand like QJ, of course he could have 22 as well, KK seems unlikely
Because of the very wet board, I elect to raise although I believe I should have brought it up some more...
Anyhow both v1 and v5 call. The range of V1 is probably a draw or Kx as well (a T seems unlikely)

Again V5 leads out but with a very smallish bet, it looks like a probe or a bet to induce a raise.
As this is multi-way, I don't like the spot too much and decide not to bloat the pot. I just call and so does V1

On the river a (imo) brick hits the board. V1 bets again smallish and again I decide just to call as I am uncertain of the holding of v1 (and v5 for that matter)

V1 pushes his stack and v5 snap calls

What do you do ?

Last edited by betsizer; Sun Jan 19, 2014 at 05:51 AM.. Reason: incorrectly denounced villain as 4, it should be 5
Sun Jan 19, 2014, 07:07 AM
tonydolphin's Avatar
Since: Aug 2013
Posts: 75
I would have raised more on the flop,to 47c. I would raise the turn but fold to a shove.Good fold on the river.
Sun Jan 19, 2014, 08:03 AM
geoVARTA's Avatar
Since: Oct 2010
Posts: 1,306
^^ I agree with tony
Mon Jan 20, 2014, 01:34 PM
betsizer's Avatar
Since: Dec 2013
Posts: 562
thank you - now I feel less stupid - after viewing their hole cards I was somewhat sick having folded the best hand
Tue Jan 21, 2014, 12:53 AM
Praydk's Avatar
Since: Mar 2012
Posts: 504
Why raise the turn?
Does the small bet indicate a possible draw?
Do we get enough flush draws/2 pairs to call us there?

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