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KK in first position

There is not much you can do KK v AA with an opponent who bets like that consistently on a wide range. In saying that: A raise of $20 on the $10 bet on a loose player is kind of pointless and does ...
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Small stakes $1-$2 $200 Cap - What to do inside straight flush draw?

It's a pretty easy fold. You've got a bet and a raise in front of you. You aren't guaranteed to have the best flush, so you would need to hit a 9, and hope that no other clubs hits, or hit the 9:clubs:...
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Positive EV play verse LAG in $1/$3 live game

I'm going to start my answer with a question to you, by shoving $800 to win $200, what calls you that you're beating? I personally think the answer to this is nothing calls you that you're beating, ...
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Small stakes $1-$2 $200 Cap - What to do inside straight flush draw?

You flat 78s in middle position and flop a gutshot straight flush draw. This is one of the best boards that 78s can flop so i would not be too quick to fold it. Preflop V1 c-bets into 4 players for ~...
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Should the hero call all-in with second best flush in this situation?

Probably fold before the flop. As for your decision on the turn, I'd suggest a fold. You have V1 who has bet, called a raise, and then bet again (all-in) into 2 people, and you have V2 who has ...
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Should the hero call all-in with second best flush in this situation?

Unless the hero has QJ or QT of spades pre-flop, that's when they should have folded. It appears that the tight player in seat 6 min-raised, just to try and get a call from the hero, expecting a from ...
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1/3 NL: Was going all-in against villain with AK the best choice?

Pre-flop Villain called a pretty big raise. JJ+ should have raised. I would put them on two paint, AXs, or mid pocket pair. Flop That is priced as a value raise. They could have A8, 88, or A3 and ...
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1/3 NL: Was going all-in against villain with AK the best choice?

This is my first time doing hand analysis so forgive me if anything is unclear. You didn't specify the number of callers so its hard to comment on the bet sizing. I assume everything is normal there. ...
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KK in first position

Yeah you played it kind of bad. Your first raise was a little small. It should have been in the 30-40 dollar range. Your situation at this point is that the button could be stealing with anything, and ...
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KK in first position

It is a good shove. Never fold KK pre-flop. UPDATE: More details. First of all, the math. The probability for getting AA is 1/221 = 0.005 ~ 0.5%. This is the same for getting KK. The odds you are up ...
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