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Old Feb 13, 2012, 4:30am   #6
killcrazy
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Originally Posted by killcrazy View Post
shove.

Kc
Would you care to explain your reasoning?

-d
in no particular order:

if you shove, it can look like an optimistic hey-i-can-bluff-that-card bluff.

if he has a queen, he should check behind.

he doesn't have a flush or a straight very often. most of his range is QX.

and you aren't checkfolding here, so the question is how do you get as much of his range putting money in as possible, and you do that by shoving. ime.

also yes, bet bigger, an extra $10 on the flop makes your natural turn bet $15 bigger which makes your natural river bet $50 bigger. i'd be surprised if 45 into 75 wasn't considered a small bet in the game.

Kc
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