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NL10 H - 2pair vs fish, stacked on flop - Sun Feb 02, 2014, 12:00 PM
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Since: Mar 2013
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Poker Stars, $0.05/$0.10, $0.02 ante No Limit Hold'em Cash, 6 Players
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BTN: $22.83 (228.3 bb)
SB: $11.34 (113.4 bb)
Hero (BB): $10 (100 bb)
UTG: $32.47 (324.7 bb)
MP: $24.89 (248.9 bb)
CO: $28 (280 bb)

Preflop: Hero is BB with 7 6
UTG folds, MP raises to $0.30, CO folds, BTN calls $0.30, SB folds, Hero calls $0.20

Flop: ($1.07) 6 9 7 (3 players)
Hero bets $0.70, MP folds, BTN raises to $1.80, Hero raises to $4.10, BTN raises to $7.10, Hero raises to $9.68 and is all-in, BTN calls $2.58

Turn: ($20.43) T (2 players, 1 is all-in)
River: ($20.43) 2 (2 players, 1 is all-in)

Results:
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Villain 42/27, plays one table so seems quite fishy to me.
If he has a draw or overpair Im ahead, sets I'm crushed by and ofc made straights. Given the connectedness of the board I did not want to let me see free cards with a draw. I have 26 hands on him and do not know if he is passive or aggressive.
 
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Sun Feb 02, 2014, 04:40 PM
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Stacking off here with bottom two is a bit tricky as the board allows for so many better combos that your're gonna be in bad shape against. Villain is a loose/aggro recreational player so it actually cant be all that bad in general but I would either lead and call his raise to re-evaluate OTT or check/raise and see how he reacts to that. Your bet/3bet line allows him to sometimes release worse OTF already.


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