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Trouble folding a set, how should I have played this hand? - Tue Sep 23, 2014, 04:22 PM
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I always find it hard folding such a high set, how should I have played this hand? Any help is appreciated.

 
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Tue Sep 23, 2014, 06:26 PM
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Any reason not to 4bet preflop?
I would probably call too as a 4bet probably folds all hands that beat us.

OTF is fine.
The turn-card is horrible. We are almost always beat now. Betting is throwing away money.
Any ace made the nutstraight and will call or shove. KK is not gonna fold.
I can only think of TT as the one hand that might give value. That hand will not bet this turn.


So I would check OTT and hope to get to the river cheap. Maybe we boat up, if not, give up.
 
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Tue Sep 23, 2014, 08:42 PM
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We Need to ask questions
Such as What hands does the villain do this with?
Next What hands can I beat?
Next can I Bluff/value bet or call.

So what type of player was the villian? Loose tight passive agressive? this will help us know if we are ever ahead or not.

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