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2NL 6max zoom. Wrong line? - Fri Feb 14, 2014, 08:08 AM
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Since: Feb 2013
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No info on villains (zoom..)

Hero on BB with

pre:
CO bets 3.5BB, BTN calls.

Called because I think this is a reasonable hand postflop in a 3handed pot.

Flop:
Hero checks
CO-villain bets 70% pot.
BTN folds
Hero calls

Turn :
Hero: pots
Villain: calls

River:
Hero shoves (less than pot)
Villain calls with nuts and wins


Was this a bad line?
I believe he made an error calling my turnbet, wasn't he?
 
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Fri Feb 14, 2014, 03:46 PM
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Hi rk,

The turn lead isn't really great at leveraging fold equity imo, if you really want to leverage FE on the turn check/jam is much better with your big draw... but this isn't a good spot for it. Villain is showing some solid strength betting big on the flop in a 3 way pot, and trying to get 2nl randoms to lay down strength is lighting money on fire.

When you lead the turn you're saying the J helped you, which doesn't make much sense unless you have KJ or JJ, and both of those you would probably check-raise.

Honestly, we've turned enough equity to check/call again, but I'd do that and just give up unimproved, rather than try and get the villain to lay down strength. If the turn goes check/check, then we can bluff the river sometimes.

I don't think his turn call was an error. He's getting implied odds of almost 5-1 with a 12 out draw, plus an ace may win for him if you've got a hand like KdTd. And he has position on the river. Call is fine imo.


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