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NL5 Zoom Set Bet or not to bet, that is the question... - Mon Feb 10, 2014, 02:22 AM
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Vilain 21/17/4 AF 2.3 221 Hands.

I gues on the river ansver is bet because he would went all in on flop with floshes ant on river his holdings more likely 44, AA, A7s, A4s. Or i shudint raise on that kinda scary blop and juscaled down to the river.
 
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Mon Feb 10, 2014, 04:38 AM
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Nice hand as played! I would also try to go for the full stack here against any AK/AQ. The problem can be that vs a tighter villain like that you may only get stacks in by the river against a lot of better hands like flushes or AA as he may be dumping the strong aces without a big spade too soon - especially if we're already bloating the pot on such a scary flop here.

I would therefore just call flop and mostly call turn to re-evaluate how to get more value on the river (if he checks or bets small for instance).


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