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2 NL Zoom - QQ - Wed Feb 19, 2014, 12:27 PM
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Did i made mistake on the turn by checking or should i'v continued with my betting ??
 
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Wed Feb 19, 2014, 12:44 PM
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I'd raise bigger pre-flop, maybe 16-20c as we are playing the hand OOP to the original raiser, I personally think QQ is good enough to 3bet GII even against a UTG raiser.

Flop sizing I think is good into two players.

Turn, I think firing again is fine, it depends if we have info on him I guess, but I think he can be in there with AJ/KJ/QJ/JT type hands that will call, particularly if they are of diamonds. If we do fire, and comes over the top, I still think we have room to make a annoyed fold. Assuming the river is a brick, I probably fire again. It's thin, maybe, but it's a 3bet pot and we have a premium hand.
 
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Thu Feb 20, 2014, 12:37 AM
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Hey Manowar,

I agree with what bhoylegend has posted already.

Preflop it's important not to give two opponents too good odds to continue, especially with on of them having position on you.

OTT you are very likely to still have the best hand as there is only a few combos out there that beat you (3 combos JJ, 3 combos 44, 1 combo 55, a couple of 45) but a lot of Jx or weaker pair type hands that you beat. I would either bet halfpot again or check and shove the rest after you let him bet his hand.


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Thu Feb 20, 2014, 12:17 PM
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Tnx for the answers bhoylegend and xflixx
 

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