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5nl zoom 6max, sigh folding a boat... - Sun Apr 20, 2014, 02:05 PM
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Paddy Gar's Avatar
Since: Apr 2010
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Villain is 14/13 through 109 hands. flop cbet 40% of 5 occasions. Bet turn each time also.

I think the hand plays itself? I just think i'll always see AJ, AA, KJ suited whenever I call the river. From villains perspective what could I have called the flop with? Looks like he wants a J to call.

His cbet stats, and rock tendencies made me sigh fold. Thoughts?

 
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Sun Apr 20, 2014, 02:22 PM
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I think its a correct fold in the end.

The only value hands that I can ever see him turning up with here that we beat is AK and AQ. I don't think AT takes such a strong line here. I don't think QQ takes such a strong line either.

His line, his stats, his position in this hand all make me think he was either ahead at all points in the hand (JJ) or he turned or rivered us.
 
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Sun Apr 20, 2014, 04:51 PM
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If he barrels AK/AQ you have to call the river.
 
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Sun Apr 20, 2014, 05:07 PM
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Since it's multiway, I suppose flatting the flop is good, as you want to keep flush draws in the pot drawing dead, but there's also an argument for raising straight away, as the villain often has a jack or overpair when he comes out firing, and you can get value from that.
As played, you're hardly ever good on the turn, let alone the river, so you made a nice fold.


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Sun Apr 20, 2014, 06:57 PM
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Yeah I mean I think it's worth taking the chance of bringing the player in the blinds along to the turn. Obviously trying to gii on most turns. Thanks guys felt it was an obvious fold just wanted opinions.
 

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