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Thread: 22$ - Bubble - 17 BBs - Openfold 33?

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    Senior Member Mr. Pi's Avatar
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    22$ - Bubble - 17 BBs - Openfold 33?

    Heyohiha! I have a pretty basic question but I just can't figure it out by myself.

    SB plays 23/14 over 36 hands |
    ------------------------------|- Both filtered to 5-3 handed.
    BB plays 35/23 over 33 hands |

    So should this be a raise? Yeah we do have 17BBs so a stack which is still playable but we have a pretty big stack edge over the shorty and 33 won't play so well postflop if we get called.

    I would hate to fire a cbet on flop and then let it go either to a raise or to a float. Both of these scenarios are quite possible vs the players in the blinds.

    Full Tilt, $20 Buy-in (80/160 blinds) No Limit Hold'em Tournament, 4 Players
    Poker Tools by CardRunners - Hand Details

    Hero (BTN): 2,730 (17.1 bb)
    SB: 3,650 (22.8 bb)
    BB: 5,375 (32.6 bb)
    CO: 1,745 (10.9 bb)

    Preflop: Hero is BTN with
    1 fold, Hero ?

    Thanks for the replies,
    Pi

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    Just fold it, no problem with that imo. Our 35/23 friend might defend a lot and postflop is not going to be easy.

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    Senior Member Mr. Pi's Avatar
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    Yeah I pretty much tought the same. We have a comfortable lead on the shorty so why risk a race when we can be on the tighter side and just make the money that way?

    Pi

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    Fold is fine, I agree with your reasoning.

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