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Your raise size pre is pretty standard, but given you read on the UTG willing to play anything, I would raise slightly larger. Flop: shove is standard, any bet is effectively a shove anyways since you cannot bet/fold. You have a SPR(Stack to pot ratio) of 1.16 to the BB and greater than 1:1 against the UTG. Checking the flop is just bad.


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As valentin said - A lot of players will say checking is a bad play So I will try to justify that point :). My plan would be to bet a bit more than 50% on flop and push any turn. Since noone 4 bet preflop on a loose table its safe to assume noone has AA,KK (and probably JJ). This means that there is almost no hand from the tight player you are affraid ...


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Concidering this is a very loose table, it's hard to tell what to do. You could try to shut them down on the flop and bet very high so they fold and scoop a nice pot as it is on the flop. However, sometimes in this position I choose to check the flop because with a lot of draws out there I would just know that they would call and that would be wasted ...



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