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5NL 6max zoom AA, get raised OTF - Sat Feb 08, 2014, 05:19 PM
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Zoom so no reads at all.
Villain_2 plays on a phone, but that's says nothing to me (should it?)


Pre:

Hero bets 3BB
CO calls
SB calls

Flop

I cbet 70% pot. CO folds
SB raises to 130%pot

so...
Overbet looks bluffy.
Would he bet this much with a set?

What's the best line? Fold/call/3bet/shove ?
 
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Sat Feb 08, 2014, 05:56 PM
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Haven't played Zoom/Rush since the US Black Friday debacle, but I'd say over pairs and sets are the bulk of their range.
 
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Sat Feb 08, 2014, 06:08 PM
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Originally Posted by TrumpinJoe View Post
Haven't played Zoom/Rush since the US Black Friday debacle, but I'd say over pairs and sets are the bulk of their range.
I think especially ZOOM/rush has evolved a lot in the last 3 years. but no matter that.
I agree, sets are deffo in his ranges so are overpairs, 67s and AT's.

But... what should I do? Will he have a set more than 60% ? (potodds 40%) I don't think so, so I should at least call imo.

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Sun Feb 09, 2014, 04:06 AM
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I'd always just call flop here unless I have a specific read on the villain that he likes to overplay his TPs in spots like this. Reraising may fold out worse while only getting it in against better.

Since it's a multiway pot villain 2 may be less likely to bluff here without a hand that at least has equity against yours (like 76), so calling is probably best to re-evalaute things on different turncards and actions.


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Sun Feb 09, 2014, 04:44 PM
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He called my raise. Turn was a blank, I shoved and he called with 6-2 and I got his stack
 

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