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Old Aug 13, 2007, 12:38pm   #11
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Originally Posted by Xigol View Post
You really think they would fold on turn if you bet? Im sure there bad enough players to call
I wouldn't be betting, I'd be raising and facing a guy with, most likely, nothing (A-High at best) with calling 2 big bets cold in a small pot (7.5BB after my raise) and even a LP may balk at that and if the turn bettor has nothing he'll definitely fold and all he could be doing there is betting his position since he's aggressive, the board's unlikely to hit anyone and no-one's shown any aggression. Personally I was hoping for a boardway card to hit on the river which would make it more likely I'd get a 4-bet payoff.

Maybe I did get slowplay syndrome a bit but if the only time I ever get it is when I flop Quads I don't think that's the biggest error in my game by a long way .
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