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2NL Zoom 6-max, AQs turn and river decisions - Thu Feb 20, 2014, 09:18 AM
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UTG Villain: 27/14/0 over 23hands
BTN Villain: 10/0/0 over 11hands

Here after UTG and BTN limps I go for ISO here. Both calls. Flop is great to continue my aggression so I c-bet. UTG folds and BTN calls. How would you play turn and river after that.
Also I`ve noticed a bigger flop raise would left BTN with only one bet OTT.
 
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Thu Feb 20, 2014, 11:58 AM
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I don't like a cbet here. I think this is a XF spot multiway. Extremely rare that you're getting called down by anything worse. Just happened to work out this time.
 
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Thu Feb 20, 2014, 03:01 PM
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How would you play turn and river after that.
At 2NL vs. a passive guy, it's a check/fold imo. He will almost certainly check down worse hands, and bet with better.

His call with A9 high on the river is abysmal, but I think it just goes to illustrate why bluffing this river is a bad line by us... if he calls with worse aces he's never folding any better hand, so the 44 and A2 is snapping us as well... and we will be beat more often than not when he calls this river action.


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