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5nl zoom NFD in a tricky spot - Mon Mar 10, 2014, 03:56 PM
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14/12 3b 5.4
flop cbet 59
461 hands
The first clue was that he didn't cbet after his 3bet, most likely holding AK or slowplayed QQ-JJ
I bet to get him of AK, and he leads into me on the turn. The 3s gave me the nfd but the board paired, so I am ~99.9% drawing dead here given I hold the As and Ks. Or am I too pesimistic?
Given the preflop-flop-turn action, do you put him on a wider range?
 
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Mon Mar 10, 2014, 04:00 PM
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I don't like your bet OTF. Villain 3bet you pre and then checks to you. You have 2 overs, a gutshot and BDNF... CHECK!

OTF: I would have X'd behind with position and a ton of equity.
OTT: Call
OTR: who knows? we didn't get there.
 
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Tue Mar 11, 2014, 10:46 AM
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I like your cautious approach against his probably very strong 3-bet from the blinds and I would probably proceed that way OTF. Once he checks he probably slowplays some big hands, potcontrols some medium strength ones (AQ/KK/AA( or gives up with hands like underpairs. Against that range I would take a freecard mostly and try to spike or bet turn to fold out the worst hands in his range later.

As played you can easily call turn against a small bet like that as you have enough pot and implied odds for your nutdraw, given his line seems fairly strong now.


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