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10NL ZOOM, KK in 4B pot OOP pot control line - Tue Jun 17, 2014, 01:03 PM
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We're 199bb deep. I decide to 4B small, I don't want to be faced with a 5B this deep. Maybe this 4B sizing was a bit wrong, idk.

As played, is line going to be a good line in a 4B pot when we're OOP on this board texture? I also think I should have cbet larger... about 2/3 pot OTF and 2/3 pot OTR?

Thanks,

Villain(12): 42/25/0.3
 
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Tue Jun 17, 2014, 04:12 PM
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I would just bet every street against him and reevaluate if he raises.

I think, against a virtual unknown, we can give him credit if he makes a raise on turn or river but he could call us down with worse hands.
 
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Wed Jun 18, 2014, 02:04 PM
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Hi dirt,

The 4b sizing is definitely too small. A standard sizing would start around 1.75. And I think we have some compelling reasons to increase that in this hand, namely:

-Stacks are deeper than normal
-Villain seems like a loose caller candidate
-Villain gets to play the pot in position if he calls.

I favor more like 2.25 here.

Given that our small sizing has likely keep his range as wide as possible, I don't favor offering him a free card on the turn... just go bet/bet/bet like bhoy suggests imo. Or we could possible check/call river if all the draws bust. I lean towards betting river though (and definitely like betting the turn).


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