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50NL ZOOM, T high flush OOP vs. river shove

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50NL ZOOM, T high flush OOP vs. river shove - Sun Jul 20, 2014, 05:37 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 1,274
BTN(43): 15/13/2.0 ATS: 40
SB(266): 30/25/1.8 SBColdCall: 8 SB3Bet: 9.1

I think PF, flop and turn are pretty standard. River play vs. this recreational looking player...

Can we give them this range?
AKs,K9s,AdJd,KdJd,Ad9d,Ad8d,Kd8d,Ad7d,Kd7d,9d7d,8d 7d,Ad6d,Kd6d,9d6d,8d6d,7d6d,Ad4d,Kd4d

We need to call here?

 
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Mon Jul 21, 2014, 01:31 AM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Hi dirt,

Woah... defending with T5s is standard? I guess I don't play the standard way then. The money needs to be at least twice as deep as it is for me to start making this defense call, personally. I do see it done at 50nl quite a bit, but it's always by players who have a pretty hefty loss rate... you might want to review spots like this to see if you're making money peeling flops this wide.

Flop and turn look standard, that I'll go with. River I would call the guy. He's got enough steals pre that he can show up with AK, 98, K9, and a few smaller flushes, not to mention once in a while losing his mind with 2 pair or a set.



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