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10nlz - Are we all in on the flop? - Fri Sep 12, 2014, 11:13 AM
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Swagneto's Avatar
Since: Feb 2014
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So apparently I haven't stoved this situation in a while. I'm a massive dog to only sets here. Now I just feel like a spew monkey

I know there's alternate lines to take but are we hating the 'Get-it-in' Attitude here? No real stats on villain, he was 18/18 from 45 hands.

 
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Fri Sep 12, 2014, 12:06 PM
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PF: 87s is a pretty loose open from UTG... Considering the blinds are deeper I guess it's ok.
OTF: Cbet is good but I think I would just call vs. the raise and reevaluate OTT.

Thanks!
 
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Sat Sep 13, 2014, 03:10 AM
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Looks good. Hope you won vs 66 or 99.
 
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Sat Sep 13, 2014, 07:30 AM
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Since: Oct 2010
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Hi Swagneto,

I personally wouldn't put 87s in my UTG opening range unless I have some really good reason to play with the blinds.
Facing a flop raise, I am reluctant to stick in 150bbs or whatever... well unless either I know the villain could be raising our cbet as a bluff on this board with hands like AsJx, AsTx, KsQx and we want to take it down with 8 high then re-raising is fine. But also that we know that our opponent will put the rest in with their Flush draws. Once we put the 12 into the pot to win 34 we would only need to win 35%. VS their sets + NFDS we got 38% equity.
 

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