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2NL 6max zoom Raised on river - Sat Feb 22, 2014, 05:21 AM
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Seeing he doesn't top off, limps pre and minbets flop I saw him as being not a very good player.

He raise my turnbet and raised my riverbet both with very small amounts.

What do you think? Is he usually strong here? I was tankcalling river tbh.

Should I have reraised turn? (I believe so, rewatching the hand, but are we playing for stacks here?)
 
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Sat Feb 22, 2014, 07:09 AM
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Why do we check the flop? I'd love to get an Ax to fold the flop here and not give free cards for weaker hands to improve. Basically, I'm betting to pick up the dead money. As played, why are we donk betting the turn? I'd prefer we check and allow them to bet with worse. So now a weak, passive opponent raises turn and I'm a little concerned; raising and betting are not passive actions and our opponent is taking an action that is not in their playing style. I want to call the small raise but plan to fold to big bets OTR.
 
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Sat Feb 22, 2014, 07:58 AM
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This is definitely board to c-bet.
 

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