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Interesting, tough hand. I think I would fold here. I'll assume there isn't any relevant history with the opponent as that may change your strategy here. I think everything is pretty straightforward up until the flop where you are faced with the check-raise. I think a call here is good, but I'm uneasy about it as it doesn't lead to the rest of the hand ...


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Well, let's analyze it. There are 95$ in the pot, you are reraising to $200 (all-in) with no action to follow. One of the most tell-tale sign that you didn't play properly is when someone calls, and you are rejoiced thinking he had exactly QT. You seriously went all-in believing he has exactly QT? Any other random callable hand got you crushed. QQ (snap-...


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5 bb is a hefty open pre flop. I am surprised you got a call from J9s OOP. It seems like TT+ would have re-raised. I would put villain on like AK, AQ, or KQ. Bet 1/2 the pot with bottom pair is OK. I think I would have checked or bet the pot. Villain could be on both a flush and strait and is priced in. On the turn when villain bets out they probably ...


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You are getting 2.4 : 1 If villain is bluffing 1 in 3.4 you should call Give him credit for any of the hands that have you beat Granted call pre with 8To would be questionable but lets look at this defensively There are 36 of those hands But those hands should have raised the flop and turn as there was a straight draw and then a straight and flush draw ...


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Flop That is a very strong board. 2 pair is great. You could be against AQ AT KJ but you are likely good. AA, QQ, TT would have seen more action pre flop. Two draws you don't have a piece of and in everyone's range. SB could be on a flush or straight draw. Maybe a hand like AJ. You want to protect your 2 pair but a raise is expensive and if you get one ...


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