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Old Jan 31, 2010, 1:36pm   #11
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so we agree 2/3, i hope you're a winning player or i'm going to need to re-evaluate my play...
I hope I am a winning player too. Atm I play at 3/6. Started last year at 0,25/0,50.

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I see guys play this both ways, and being blind vs blind rarely seems to effect how people play their medium pairs, a guy who threebets in position will threebet, a guy who flats will flat.

how often do you think a 9 is slowplaying this flop?

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Yeah, villians could play both ways but it's more common to raise these hands in BvB.

I would slowplaying this flop more than 80%.
If we play fast and raise the flop we will win a small bet, but if we slowplay the flop we problaby win a big bet when we have the chance to raise the turn.
This flop is very harmless for us.
So a slowplay should be great, on a more dangerous board like flushdraw or straightdraw a fast play would be better.

Against a very agressive player I prefer a fast play cause we will often get a 3bet on flop, so we can call it and raise the turn again and get max. amount of money in pot.
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Old Jan 31, 2010, 4:23pm   #12
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flop is 9x9d7d, flush draw and straight draw, 992 rainbow he's always slowplaying a 9.

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