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10Nl 6-max Zoom KJo MW - Wed Jan 29, 2014, 10:21 AM
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Hi, MP is playing 39/27/7 over 64 hands. and CO is playing 27/22/14 over 190 hands.
On the flop I don't feel like raising since we could get taken out of our draw.

The turn check fold was nitty I guess. We were deep but I guess that we were at a bad relative position (even though MP seems to have gave up the hand).



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Thu Jan 30, 2014, 11:04 AM
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Hi fp,

I think c/c the flop is fine here, I agree we probably don't want to get raised and be playing an inflated pot, especially considering we can expect some action when we get there given the villain reads.

On the turn this is a spot we should at least call. V6 has been 3b crazy preflop but this hand he didn't 3b... I would think this implies a condensed range that includes a lot of hands which either hit this board hard or include a J... QJ, JT, QT, T8, T9, J9, 33. In other words we can expect action when we nut the river, and while a 9 puts a 4 liner to a straight out there, villain will have a ton of hands that will either be tempted to bluff catch us (2 pair+) or have made the 2nd nut straight and may stack off to us. Against the weaker parts of his range (hands like Ah3h that peeled) we may have 3 to 6 additional wins pairing up.


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