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Thread: tptk faces c/r deep

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    tptk faces c/r deep

    $30/$60 No Limit Holdem
    9 Players
    Hand Conversion Powered by

    UTG ($3,010)
    UTG+1 ($4,070)
    MP1 ($5,955)
    MP2 ($5,595)
    MP3 ($1,419)
    CO ($8,768)
    Hero (BTN) ($5,315)
    SB ($6,405)
    BB ($3,090)

    Pre-Flop: ($90, 9 players) Hero is BTN
    6 folds, Hero raises to $180, SB calls $150, 1 fold

    Flop: ($420, 2 players)
    SB checks, Hero bets $290, SB raises to $580

    Villain 39/3/2.7 over 36 hands, how'd you proceed?

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    Senior Member castor11's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    call and safe turn ai. or ai now

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    ...yes, pretty much these are our options, but which one would you choose and why?

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    Senior Member Mr. Pi's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    I think it pretty much depends on what do you think about the villain. You wrote that hes 39/3 and that is considered quite a fishy player. Also an aggression factor of 2.7 means that he is capable of doing silly stuff - probably without the best hand.

    Considering these factors, and thinking about the fact that he can do a checkrasie on the flop with numerous flushdraws and lower Queens I would try to raise the flop. I would raise a number which would allow me to shove the turn. Imo we are too deep to just go allin over a 600 raise. Raise to ~ 1.5-1.8K instead and let him fall into the illusion that he still has some fold equity.

    The timing of his check/raise is important too. If he instachecks flop and instaraises after u bet it usually means that he has a draw. With a strong hand like a set he would think a lot more about how could he extract the most value out of u. Yes hes a fish and he may decide that minbetting is the best way, but still he would take the time and think.


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