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25NL zoom 6max. AA facing x/r OTT in 3bet pot. - Sat Mar 01, 2014, 10:54 PM
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Since: Jan 2014
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18/16/0 over 53 hands.

Are villain ever x/r with worst here? FD would have x/r flop instead, I am blocking the NFD also. Would be weird for villain to take an aggressive line with their OP(less JJ) after being passive
Are we pot committed OTT here?
 
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Sun Mar 02, 2014, 12:06 AM
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You can consider not having a 3b range here, because we look so goddamn strong when we do 3b.

As played... we only have to be right 20% of the time. I'm probably sigh calling. Villain still has QQ and KK in his range (i believe 4betting KK utg vs mp is a mistake), so we should expect to lose a fair bit, but expect the call off to be +EV.

Sucks that we block both flush draws though.
 
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Sun Mar 02, 2014, 05:13 AM
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Given that you 3-bet a tighter player opening from EP his calling range pre may be much more pairheavy as compared to a button defender for instance. So in this respect he can't get to the turn much with hands that he may decide to turn into a semibluff on that card now - some might play 88-TT or slowplayed QQ-KK like that but I kind of doubt it when your range looks strong. He might have raised 66 along with FDs OTF already and we block both NFDs, so I like a fold here without further info/reads.


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