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5nl zoom folding trips multiway - Wed Mar 12, 2014, 04:04 AM
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19/10
3b 2.9
0.25 flop AF
106 hands
What hands would he donk multiway like that? I'm guessing only strong hands, especially for that sizing, maybe because a check/raise looks too strong and he doesn't want that. So 55, QQ, oddly flatted AK, KQ.
I'm not sure he will do that with JT, draws would rather x/c multiway am I right?
On the turn he fires a pretty large bet, looks like value from Kx to me, although maybe a smaller one would work better because he will always get action from Kx. Again don't really see him doing this as a bluff when the top card paired.
Did I break down his actions correctly? Can I still call the turn bet? Looking ahead I see him firing another bet on the river and I certainly can't call that.
 
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Wed Mar 12, 2014, 05:33 AM
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He could peel all KXs given the price he is getting pre. AK would 3b pre, so only KQ, KJ, and KT beats us.

Because of this the turn is a clear call and reevaluate on the river.
 
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Wed Mar 12, 2014, 05:47 AM
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K8o and lower calling preflop oop?
 
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Wed Mar 12, 2014, 06:20 AM
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I would never have folded this. Call and see a river.
If he checks river, value bet 50-70% pot, if you get raised...ugly.. then that's prob a fold
If he makes a normal value bet OTR, I'd call
If he shoves river... ehmmm difficult spot...

If you happen to get a boat OTR, play for stacks.
 
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Wed Mar 12, 2014, 07:49 AM
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This villain seems pretty tight/passive, so I understand why you're concerned about this betting action.

However I think that you should call turn and decide on the river, probably leaning towards a fold if he makes a decent-sized bet.

There are worse Kx hands (particularly suited ones as Birdayy pointed out) that he would donklead and keep betting with, but stuff like AQ/JT wouldn't surprise me either as some players of this type occasionally like to take some strange aggressive stands.

To be honest I don't think your fold is a big mistake just given the stats you provided about villain, but calling must be more +EV.
 

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