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Nov
5
answered Holding pocket tens and flop in KQT suited in Texas Holdem 5 handed cash game
May
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awarded  Supporter
May
20
comment Determining the proper play on the turn
if she has KQ and is willing to call a pot sized bet + an all in then let her and make sure you keep playing with her! Its generally always better to raise when OOP PF as you have a better idea where your at and you thin the field so your cbet OTF has more chance of success.
May
20
comment Determining the proper play on the turn
raise PF and cbet OTF then review. Make them pay for any draws. Very risky playing PF passively then in a 4 way pot coming out with a c/r of 100% pot! The only hands that will stay in will be hands you are beat by: AA, 88, 77, 78, A7, A8, AK maybe AQ for a split pot? That is unless villain is a complete fish so read dependant.
May
20
comment Determining the proper play on the turn
What were the chipstacks of CO and BTN? Also what type of players were they? Would they normally try to trap or slow play? It is very unusual for both CO and BTN to limp so I would raise in all cases. When you slow play a hand you really want someone to raise ahead of you. Your call here just allows everyone to see a cheap flop when really you need to build the pot PF.
May
20
awarded  Teacher
May
20
answered Determining the proper play on the turn