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Old Feb 09, 2007, 10:43am   #11
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Old Feb 09, 2007, 4:26pm   #12
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The way I look at it is there are enough hands that beat you here and are you willing to risk you're entire stack just to find out...? I mean it's ~ a $200 mistake right? If htis were a tournament, would you risk your tournament life here as well??

I always treat these types of situations justifiably with - "Do I feel I can outplay these guys down the line here and make plenty of money (or chips) in better situations?"

'Good' or 'bad' laydown...fold it and outplay them when you have more control or info.
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Old Feb 09, 2007, 6:27pm   #13
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Fold. Don't be surprized if he has KK, and be even less surprized if he has AA.
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Old Feb 09, 2007, 7:10pm   #14
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"I always treat these types of situations justifiably with - "Do I feel I can outplay these guys down the line here and make plenty of money (or chips) in better situations?"
Part of your edge over people is knowing that putting all your money in with positive expectation is profitable. Voluntarily passing it up is stupid. There are some exceptions in tournament situations, but if you fold in a cash game because you can't stand variance you are losing money.

I still think you should fold here, but I hate when people are all "but what if he sucks out I don't have a very big edge I'm a good player and can outplay him later and and and" SHUT THE HELL UP.
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Looks like a fold to me, but keep an eye on him. Because after you see him do this a few more times you are going to have to widen your range a bit.
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