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NL2 - raise on the Turn - Wed Jul 30, 2014, 08:15 PM
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Returning noob player, hence be patient please :P


Villain is unknown, played a few hands with him until here and all I can tell is that he was loose and not very aggressive.

I am OOP and with pocket aces against a small stack I simply decide to raise as he's most likely to have come with broadways, then if he's got the set so be it.

On the turn my raise in this conditions would be just over 50%, about 40c, being that is over half his stack, should I raise my 40c and call if he raises or should I just commit right away and put him all-in myself?

Sorry, this hand was deleted by its owner

Personally I would avoid the all-in as I don't want to scare him away, I do believe to have the better hand, but am I losing on a value bet?
 
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Wed Jul 30, 2014, 11:58 PM
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hi powerdegre!
 
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Thu Jul 31, 2014, 05:12 AM
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I would simple shove OTT. If you bet, you are never gonna fold anyway.

He might gamble with a draw and will surely call you with AQ, KQ, KK as well. Maybe even 99-TT-JJ.
If he has a set or a boat, bad luck.
 
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Thu Jul 31, 2014, 06:02 AM
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hi powerdegre!
Hey Sam ^_^

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Originally Posted by rkleefstra View Post
I would simple shove OTT. If you bet, you are never gonna fold anyway.

He might gamble with a draw and will surely call you with AQ, KQ, KK as well. Maybe even 99-TT-JJ.
If he has a set or a boat, bad luck.
Cheers ^_^
 

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