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10NL Zoom QJs multiway, river value - Wed Feb 05, 2014, 10:07 PM
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V3 - NIT regular
V4 - marked as super aggro
V5 - unknown
V6 - 28/1, with note that loves to slowplay

Till river, everything seems straight forward. Price is too good to fold and no reason to raise. Specially with somebody in the MW pot, who loves to slowplay IP.

When draws missed and I hit 2 pair, I'm never folding to this bet. But is in here some room to raise for thin value when everybody else folded? His line looks a lot like a draw or weaker pair, but on the other hand he did bet 3 streets into 4 opponents.



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Thu Feb 06, 2014, 05:47 AM
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Hi MintDeal,

I think by raising we get them to fold worse and get called by better. AA/KK have our 2pair countered so the only hands we are could be getting value from are AQ and KQ and I think those will be able to find a fold to our river raise. I think there might be some argument to be made to lead out on the flop since its a multiway flop and our TP is vulnerable.
 
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Thu Feb 06, 2014, 09:04 AM
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I think that donking into super aggressive opp gets me raised too often. By his small bet sizing, I basically ruled out AA, KK as I'd expect him to bet them larger. Today reviewing yesterdays hands, had more info on him and he was playing 52/38 (28 hands) with 100% cbet on all streets, bet river 83%.
 

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