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K10o in the CO - Mon Apr 14, 2014, 01:29 PM
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Since: Sep 2013
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Hi all

I don’t know if I should have Cbet here. I’m shore he would have called and as I didn’t have a hand on the flop I opted not to. Then on the tern I opted just to call as I only had the 10 kicker. When he checked the river I was thrown a bit so checked it back. I have a feeling I could have played this hand better but don’t know how

His stats after 33 hands are as follows
81/16/12.5 AF2.1



I’m very interested to see what people say.
Thanks for the help
 
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Mon Apr 14, 2014, 04:44 PM
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Hi Michae,

I think we can c-bet here vs a villain so loose (voluntarily played 27/33 hands). Checking back the flop isn't terrible for sure though, and if I did it would be with an eye to call down as this guy is so wide pre we usually still have the best hand, and he's got enough aggression that he may fire a bluff shot at it.

As played, value bet this river, I'm sure he would bet it himself with all better hands so go for it vs. K-rag and worse pairs.


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