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25NL ZOOM, turned boat XC river mistake - Mon May 19, 2014, 03:48 PM
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What's a most optimal play OTR? XC? BF? BC? Please comment.

Villain: 24/22/4.0 - 396 hands
3B: 9.4


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Mon May 19, 2014, 10:12 PM
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You should really work on your cbetting ranges. Cbetting this hand 3 way on this board with this hand is going to cost you a lot of money in the long run.

I would prefer to continue barreling turn as we are going to have a lot of semibluffs in our range, and the 7 isn't perceived to have helped our range (regs shouldn't have 77 in their flop cbet range).

I would then x/shove river, as he'll bet missed flush draws, Qx for value and possible KJ etc.

As played I think you need to x/shove for value otr.
 
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Tue May 20, 2014, 10:37 AM
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Hi dirt,

I think this is a great example of a spot not to be c-betting the flop. But you didn't ask about that. :P

As played, I like going for a check/shove. If he's got QJ/JJ/88 so be it. We've already gotten all we can muster from busted draws, but I suspect he won't be able to fold a Q here and if he feels our line makes no sense, he might hero a J as well.


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Tue May 20, 2014, 11:56 AM
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Yeah, my bad.. We all make mistakes. After I cbet I said to myself... why did I cbet this board? Then turn came and I was like oh.. a 7 how nice! hahaha. Villain had QJ... so yeah... not so nice of a turn.
 

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