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GarlandGarland Posts: 518Subscriber
edited January 9 in NLHE Strategy Discussion
Location: Lucky Chances in Colma, CA
Stakes: $3/$5, $1000 max

Effective stack villain's $500 stack.

Fairly loose average aggression game. People in general call much too light on the flop. Main villain is a rec player who isn't very passive.

Pre-flop ($8 - 9 players) - I am UTG with K K, villain in +2 calls, all others fold.

Flop ($42 after drop - 2 players): K 6 7 I bet $20, +2 just calls (by timing, he appears to be calling very wide, but detect he doesn't have a K or anything stronger than a pair, 89s is possible)

Turn ($82 - 2 players) - T I check, UTG+2 bets $45, I just call. I figure I have a better chance at getting value by letting villain bet weaker hands than potentially blowing him out.

River ($-172 - 2 players) - 5 I check, UTG+2 bets $45, I just call again.
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  • kaboojiekaboojie Posts: 518Subscriber
    Id probably just fire 3 barrels here, but I get your reasoning for checking the turn.

    Really don’t understand the c/c line otr. If you check again, a raise seems mandatory to me. The 5 looks rather inconsequential to me so I like raising 135.
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