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25nl zoom 6max, standard ccall down? - Wed Jun 25, 2014, 10:59 PM
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Villain is 4 tabling reg, opening 19% utg through 165 hand sample, 17/15 overall, 5.0 agg factor, 60% flop cbet (10 samples), 100& turn (2samples) 100% river (1sample). wtsd 27%, wdsd 75% (3/4). Fold to 3bet 100% (4samples).

Elect to flat pre to keep range wide and to get value from hands like tens/jacks/nines etc on good runouts. Don't think 3betting is optimal against this villain. Certainly seems aggresive and think he will value bet worse otr. Problem is with the runout he doesn't have any bluffs really here and my range is strong to c/call 2 streets on this board.

Is this a pretty standard c/call 3 streets? Do we fold tens/jacks otr and call with queens plus?






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Wed Jun 25, 2014, 11:56 PM
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Pre is good. Calling down is good considering we are basically at the top of our range.
 
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Thu Jun 26, 2014, 07:11 AM
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It seems like there's a fair number of people who would just flat-call with QQ vs an utg reg, including me


That turn and river bet sizing seems a bit troublesome - it seems more in line with a range of like, 99, 33, 44, AA, KK, rather than TT, JJ, 89s? Especially if he checked the number of tables you were playing ... but even if he hadn't ...


I don't know ... still stuck at 10nl
 
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Thu Jun 26, 2014, 12:40 PM
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The thing that worries me is the bet sizing OTR. I don't think they would bet this larger with TT or JJ. I think that this villain is highly weighted towards KK+ and pocket nines. His large bet OTR is targeting big 9x hands , TT and JJ imo.
 
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Thu Jun 26, 2014, 09:41 PM
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Hey Paddy,

I think you played it well. Pre is certainly good, and c/c down is fine. Like birdayy said we are at the top of our range, a range which includes weaker hands like TT/9x/88/66, so it's very conceivable to me that he would be betting probably A9+ for value here.

To answer your other question, I would fold TT, JJ is a gut check imo.


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Thu Jun 26, 2014, 09:58 PM
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Yeah thought the same. Villain had me beat but it was just a case of running into top of their range imo.


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