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happy getting it in? - Sun Jun 01, 2014, 06:01 PM
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Although, the overbet OTF was a little wierd, I would try to get it in all day long. Am I wrong?
 
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Sun Jun 01, 2014, 06:14 PM
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Yeah it's fine. It's never really a problem getting bottom set in 100bb deep, especially when villain can't have kings here. So you're up against a probable range of 3 combos that beat you, and also 9 combos of K3, 3 of K2, and flush draws. Could be overplaying a king too.

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Mon Jun 02, 2014, 10:31 AM
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Yeah it's fine. It's never really a problem getting bottom set in 100bb deep, especially when villain can't have kings here. So you're up against a probable range of 3 combos that beat you, and also 9 combos of K3, 3 of K2, and flush draws. Could be overplaying a king too.

Ship it
Hi rk,

I agree with Paddy. Also 3 combos of 32 (remember villains preflop range is 100%). I think it's crazy bad stack off top pair on the flop in a limped pot 100bb deep, but the chances of crazy bad happening aren't zero%. Regardless, players may overplay 2 pair to "protect their hand", or a big draw (which is a solid dog to our set), so happy enough getting it in here.


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Mon Jun 02, 2014, 10:34 AM
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Well played. Like Paddy says, the number of combos that you crush FAR outweigh the number of combos that crush you. I suppose you could give him one combo of KK he chose to slowplay preflop, but even then there are various two pair or flush draws that might play like this in a limped preflop pot.

I'd actually prefer a raise preflop to isolate the limper, but I don't think limping along is bad either.
 

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