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10nl fr straight river spot - Tue Jan 28, 2014, 10:46 AM
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Should I have reraised the river.

Just looked at it again I think I should definitely have reraised there are a lot of hands that would have called.

Villain 41/5/7 over 37 hands.

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Tue Jan 28, 2014, 02:31 PM
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Hi tony,

Certainly it's at least a call, as villain can be raising us with worse hands like KQ/KJ/QJ/66/88 (his line makes no sense for sets but I expect a guy playing 41/5 to do a lot of things that make no sense).

The key to evaluating a re-raise shove on the river is, will we be good at least 50% of the time when called. Against a strong opponent I actually think it's debatable here, but vs. a 41/5 (albeit a small sample, but still) I believe he will have a hard time finding a fold with 2 pair hands, so considering we have the 2nd nuts, I think reraising here all in should be +EV


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Tue Jan 28, 2014, 02:40 PM
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He had J7s (hearts). So I think he would have folded to the reraise.
 

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