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2NL 6max zoom, 99 IP - Tue Feb 11, 2014, 06:30 AM
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Since: Feb 2013
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On flop I flatcall because I wasn't ending the action and my hand has showdown value, but not enough to withstand much action. Should I have raised?

On turn I was pretty sure I had the best hand so I bet for value. Betsize alright? maybe a bit bigger?

On river I made a thin value bet hoping to get called by worst hands like str8 or A-high but was ready to fold to a raise. Was this a spot to thin valuebet or should I have checked it back.
What about the size of the bet? too small?
Tue Feb 11, 2014, 07:58 AM
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Since: Jun 2011
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I like your betting line and sizing on each street except I think river is a bit too thin. The pot was multiway and villain will probably check/call turn with some Tx and even some overpairs which he will most likely not lay down on this river. So I guess to get a call from sth like an underpair or A high in a multiway pot is a little too optimistic unless there are specific reads.

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