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Nov
9
comment Folding AA after the flop?
good call, bad raise size on the flop
Nov
8
comment How to play QQ live tournament?
+1 I'd event shove on the turn at most - wouldn't wait for the river. If the rest of the cards are blanks the only hand you don't beat is AA. Just bad luck you've ran into exactly this hand. This kind of situations when cards play for themselves. I can't imagine a player who'd fold QQ.
Nov
8
comment NL100: Facing River Raise After Flopping Straight
+1. You expect too see 89 and T9. I'd add 88s and TTs here. With such a solid re-raise over such aggression - I agree, this is a fold for sure.
Nov
8
comment NL100: 2-Pair In 4-Way Pot Facing OOP Lead @ Wet Flop
BTW, AK and JJ is not probable in my answer above.
Nov
8
comment NL100: 2-Pair In 4-Way Pot Facing OOP Lead @ Wet Flop
So, I'd say you would win >60% of the times here (I'd even say close to 70%) making bet half of the pot size pretty profitable. BTW, @Silversana gave a very good answer, but he proposes bet size of $24 which I think is okay too. But I just tend to bet smaller on the river.
Nov
8
comment NL100: 2-Pair In 4-Way Pot Facing OOP Lead @ Wet Flop
Now, what are you afraid of here? AQ, AT, AA, KJ, J9 (TT and QQ are not probable)? AQ and AA are both hands for re-raise in 6-max against small pre-flop raise, so I don't think the opponent has this hands. AT is probable so as KJ (J9? maybe). So you're not afraid of all kinds of hands I've designated in my answer (roughly 15 hands to be afraid of), but just AT and KJ. You're less afraid your opponent has AA, AQ, J9, A8s, A2s (last 3 are more probably in my reality). And you're event less afraid he'd might have 88 or 22. Putting all together, ratio = ~14-17 /~4-6 (AT+KJ+J9+A8s+A2s) = ~3.1
Nov
8
comment NL100: 2-Pair In 4-Way Pot Facing OOP Lead @ Wet Flop
< 1/2 of the pot bet here looks exactly like a value bet - who is bluffing with such river bets against a player who've been betting 2 streets? If you wanted your opponent to think about you bluffing, you'd bet something like $30-35 OR you'd made an overbet (let's say $50). BTW, if you're bluffing - you trying to represent what? KJ? You'd reraise with KJ on flop/turn even if they both were hearts, because you'd be afraid of hands like Axs and trips of Qs, Ts (you don't wanna make them turn FH). More likely you're representing J9 now since 8 came along.