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Old Feb 13, 2012, 11:59pm   #12
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Originally Posted by darryl View Post
Thanks for the feed back. Replaying the hand I should have bet the flop and turn harder to set up for a river shove if the board was pretty dry.

I ended up checking the river, the villain (as I suspected) bet - in this case $100 and I called. He flipped over AQ. I wasn't expecting AQ - I figured he would have raised my flop bet.

-d
he might. on a board like that, i'm going to call a lot with tptk. let you bet at me again.

the real question is, once you've checked the river, should you put him on a queen when he makes that river bet and shove.

Kc
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