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Extracting value vith AA on dry bord - Mon Jan 20, 2014, 04:55 AM
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Vilain unknown 4tabling zoom on PC has goldstar status, full stack. So lees likely recreational player.

Dicided to chek back on turn because IMHO he would fold all his 77-TT (maby 22-44) I thing tha I would induce to bluff catch him on river. River is kinda dream card. I gues I shoud bet bigger here.
 
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Mon Jan 20, 2014, 12:35 PM
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Hi A Beatmaker,

I think we should be betting again on the turn here personally... I'm not sure that he's folding 77-TT to a turn barrel. This turn card certainly won't dissuade him from calling again. I think most regs will call twice with these types of hands and call/fold the river based on any reads they have.

I'm not opposed to the idea to check/back and bluff catch the river, but I'm not sure if we think he's folding TT to a turn bet, that he'd bluff rivers anyway with busted flush draws. He may bet/fold TT for value, on safe river cards, but will probably not bet any overcard or diamond river and we lose a street of potential value then.

All of the above is close imo, but the river isn't really. Your line was to induce a bluff, so call and snap bluffs. He's making a big bet relative to the pot, if we thought he's folding TT to a turn barrel, then he's certainly folding TT to a river raise, so this bet seems likely to only get action when he's got the case J.


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