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  • The value hands he has that beat us are: AA, KK - 6 combos - I expect him to raise these pre-flop almost 100% A4 - 2 combos - I don't expect this villain to show up with A4o but he can have A4s. I expect he raises the turn when the flush draw co…
  • I attack players who will fold out a lot of their range preflop when three bet or who will call wide and play fit or fold post flop. I prefer to be in position if I think the player I am going to called a fair amount of the time preflop. I prefer…
  • You are blocking half the combos of AA and KK so there are considerably more combos of TT, JJ, QQ which you are flippiing with in the main villains range. If you think the main villain will fold TT, JJ, and sometimes QQ to a reraise here I like bump…
  • I think calling on the flop is a mistake. Either fold or ship it. If you beleive you are ahead a fair amount ship it. If he has the flush you have outs to boat and will see 2 cards.
  • You are getting 4 to 1 here so you need 20% equity against his range. I can't fold unless I am very certain the villain never semi-bluffs here with naked A :h: . He could be going with a hand like A :h: Kx.
  • Have you been through Bart's hand reading cirriculum. I've heard from some buddies that its a good resource. I read the Ed Miller book on hand reading several years ago and it helped me.
  • I can't believe the CO put in $80 of his $90 stack and left $10 behind. This seems to indicate my plan might not have worked but if I saw him behind me I would been temped to 3 bet very small to 50 ($35 raise) hoping the CO would just put in his $90…
  • Hes is running like god against you. He figures if he has any equity he'll get there by the river. There are way too many two pair and combo draw type hands for me to fold getting 3/1. If he has the straight we still have a few outs to a boat.
  • With loose passive calling stations in the hand I think I am continuing to bet the turn on the small side. If they are loose passive its unlikely they will semi-bluff. You said they are calling stations so let them hold on with their draws and do w…
  • Limp re-raises in 1/3 and 2/5 games are usually KK+. Some players will do it with QQ+ and AK. I'll limp small suited As UTG and 3 bet them if there is a late position raise and a call by players who understand what I am representing. If you pick the…
  • PBJTIME wrote: » That's a weird home game. Do you live south of the equator? Just like the toilets flushing in the opposite direction, it seems like the Holdem action moves counter clockwise. Guess I should not play till 3:30 am and the…
  • Actually there is very little 4 betting in this game even by the villain but I had 3 bet him a number of times in position and gotten folds. I felt like he might be playing back at me in this spot.
  • In hand 2 I don't think you can raise unless you are willing to call off if villian jams. You have outs to the nut straight and the nut flush. Either flat and try to get there or raise with the intention to raise call. Raise folding is a disaster g…
  • I prefer leading for $100 but as played I think flop action depends on whether SB and BB would take this line AND call a raise with their draws and pair plus draw hands.
  • Underground clubs in NYC exist but the rake is generally very high. There are some decent home games outside of the city.
  • If this villain is any good given the all spade flop he should be raising the flop with all his 2 pairs and sets. Very few players are going to flat 2 pair or a set here and risk a fourth spade coming off. Even flopped straights and small flopped …
  • Dragon-Ash wrote: » If you're going to 3! with a suited ace, you have to bet bigger to take down the pot. You don't want to play in a bloated pot with that hand heads-up. I'm far, far more likely to 3! on the small size with my premium hands to ke…
  • I am not going to comment on the merits of getting to the flop in this situation but if I get myself in this spot and decide I can't fold I am never going to call. If you call and get called by SB on the flop are you going to fold when its 500 more …
  • I know the general consensus seemed to be that this is just a cooler and I should pay off a straight flush here every time but I have continued to think more about this hand and I don't want to beat a dead horse but I am having trouble constructing …
  • Fuzzypup wrote: » As played check the flop...... He CBs bluffs and an ace. So what do you think he is checking with which will fold to a bet on the flop? Turn - fold. Hero 3bet pre-flop so I think villain is checking his entire range.
  • Is 33 really in his UTG+1 range? What about hands like K : Q : and any other suited broadway cards you think he might raise pre from UTG+1?
  • I don't know anything about V1 other than what was stated in the thread but what if we look at the hand from V1's perspective: If I am V1 here and opened AQ UTG can I shove expecting V2 to call off with worse and Bart to fold. By shoving UTG is r…
  • Based on your description villain could have KQ that he slow played on the flop or he could have a turned 2 pair with AQ or even AK if he does not 3 bet AK. Is he loose enough to call preflop with A2 and peel the flop jn possition? He also could hav…
  • I did not bet the flop as I felt this villain could raise the flop with a wide range and I did not want to be put in a spot that might force me to fold out my equity. Given the exact hand he had ( Q : T : ) he was never folding the flop and he would…