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NL50 flop problem - Thu Jul 31, 2014, 02:24 AM
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MP: $50.40 (VPIP: 12.63, PFR: 8.42, 3Bet Preflop: 1.39, Hands: 190)
MP+1: $51.10 (VPIP: 41.67, PFR: 4.17, 3Bet Preflop: 11.11, Hands: 24)
CO: $69.19 (VPIP: 15.38, PFR: 11.97, 3Bet Preflop: 0.00, Hands: 119)
BTN: $56.30 (VPIP: 24.32, PFR: 10.81, 3Bet Preflop: 0.00, Hands: 38)
SB: $24.56 (VPIP: 23.76, PFR: 13.86, 3Bet Preflop: 11.11, Hands: 102)
BB: $59.24 (VPIP: 14.91, PFR: 11.18, 3Bet Preflop: 9.38, Hands: 164)
Hero (UTG): $56.76
UTG+1: $52.00 (VPIP: 9.29, PFR: 6.20, 3Bet Preflop: 5.49, Hands: 585)

SB posts SB $0.25, BB posts BB $0.50

Pre Flop: (pot: $0.75) Hero has 9:diamond: 9:club:

Hero raises to $1.50, UTG+1 calls $1.50, fold, fold, fold, fold, fold, fold

Flop: ($3.75, 2 players) 6:spade: 2:heart: 7:heart:
Hero bets $2.14, UTG+1 raises to $6.50, fold,

What to do on this board after he 3 bet us?
I was thinking better to let it go because if we call now and what will we do on the turn if he fires again.
Simple on right?
 
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Thu Jul 31, 2014, 10:09 PM
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Hi rudar,

Simple, yes... snap fold. Villain is a super-nit, I think we can squarely narrow his range to 77/66/22 here when he raises our flop continuation bet.




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Sun Aug 10, 2014, 08:35 AM
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I would call this raise on the flop. i think 164 hands is not the biggest sample. there are flush draws, str8 draws which you block and combo draws. fold here is too nitty. i would call flop. check turn and call dependant on the cards.
I would fold to a barrel on a heart turn. and call on most other turn cards. You tend to find out how serious villains are by the river.
Alot on ppl will not triple barrel bluff here. .
 
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Sun Aug 10, 2014, 12:11 PM
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I would call this raise on the flop. i think 164 hands is not the biggest sample. there are flush draws, str8 draws which you block and combo draws. fold here is too nitty. i would call flop. check turn and call dependant on the cards.
I would fold to a barrel on a heart turn. and call on most other turn cards. You tend to find out how serious villains are by the river.
Alot on ppl will not triple barrel bluff here. .
What bluffs do you put in villains range?

He probably has AQs at the worst for flush draws and then he needs to be turning pairs into a bluff for us to start calling flop and turn. I doubt he ever has 89s here and if he did we don't want to block his bluffs if we intend on hero calling vs an unknown who is seems to be super tight.
 
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Mon Aug 11, 2014, 10:24 AM
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I would call this raise on the flop. i think 164 hands is not the biggest sample.
You're looking at the wrong guy. Our villain is playing 9/6 over 585 hands.


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Mon Aug 11, 2014, 12:13 PM
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