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Thread: 33$ - Early - Monsterdraw OOP - 3way

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    Senior Member Mr. Pi's Avatar
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    33$ - Early - Monsterdraw OOP - 3way

    I really have no idea how to optimally play these type of spots. Go aggro? Go Passive?

    At that time my basic read was that BB was tight (4/0) and the limper was loose passive (35/8/1.3) both stats over 27 hands.

    Full Tilt, $30 Buy-in (25/50 blinds) No Limit Hold'em Tournament, 6 Players

    MP: 1,325 (26.5 bb)
    CO: 1,070 (21.4 bb)
    BTN: 1,440 (28.8 bb)
    Hero (SB): 3,255 (65.1 bb)
    BB: 1,380 (27.6 bb)
    UTG: 5,030 (100.6 bb)

    Preflop: Hero is SB with
    UTG calls 50, 3 folds, Hero completes, BB checks

    Flop: (150) (3 players)
    Hero checks, BB bets 100, UTG calls 100, Hero raises to 325, BB folds, UTG calls 225

    Turn: (900) (2 players)
    Hero checks, UTG checks

    River: (900) (2 players)
    Hero checks, UTG checks

    Basically I have 2 questions: Is the flop checkraise cool? and a turn bet ~ 600 would have been awesome right?

    Thanks for the replies,
    Pi

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    Now thinking about it - taking a more passive line may be better. Something like check/calling. Yeah we miss out on fold equity, but in exchange we keep the pot small - which is good if we think about it (hey we are out of position) - and we can still probably get paid off on turn or river if we hit. If we miss we still get the option to just dump our hands and be in a cool shape.

    Building a great pot oop isnt the kind of thing what we want like ever imo.
    Opinions?
    Pi

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