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2nl 6max Zoom-Close your eyes and Call?? - Thu Jun 19, 2014, 08:51 AM
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Hi Again,

in hindsight i felt like maybe i could have 4bet this small seemingly weak 3bet,but in saying that i decided to keep all those worse hands in their range and trust my post flop play oop.

i decided to let them take the lead on flop and turn continuing to keep all those weaker Ax in their range rather than bloating pot.

Then on river the 8d isnt the best card of all time but not that terrible either,they now bet pot after betting very small previously which at micro stakes has my gut stirring a little.

Oh and also i had only 3 hands on villian

Call on river or tough laydown,and would you change anything else? Thanks
 
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Thu Jun 19, 2014, 05:56 PM
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Since: Oct 2011
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I typically 4-bet and stack off against anyone but a nit with a 3-bet of 3% or less. Calling is fine too, especially at that price.
Post-flop I'm calling down. Can't fold the river, as that would mean you're folding your entire range. You've got to call sometimes to prevent villain profiting with ATC. AQ/AJ are probably folds, but AK is a must-call imo.


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