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To nitty? - Sat Apr 26, 2014, 03:09 PM
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Im not sure what to do on the turn, this was a regular table and villain is fairly aggro but from what i saw he was sizing his bets bigger for value.

I don't know if i can remove draws from his range with the bet sizing but it seems unlikely im just wondering does him having sets and bigger over pairs make up for the time him having Tx and thinking he can value town me on the turn with draws?

Is there a better way to play this other than x/c i dont like 3betting pre when he is fairly unkown i only played 20 odd hands and he was fairly active but was folded alot vs the guy on his right who kept 3betting.
 
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Sat Apr 26, 2014, 03:36 PM
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Since: Feb 2013
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If he is an agro his betting range is quite wide, and call atw would have been good. Against agro, I don’t think you can really think about sets. Value calling instead of 3 betting was good - maybe.

His 2 barrel range is at least any two over cards.

But again you read of him betting big with a made hand counterfeits all this and fold is good, imo.
 

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