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Old Oct 13, 2009, 11:31am   #1
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Hey all,


I just played a cashgame session and I've got this hand that I'm not sure about. It's like hand 20 of the session, so no reads regretfully. And thus this question for you experienced 100NL players out there: what's normally sb's 3-barreling range on this superdry board? Any K probably that he raises with, some bluffs (and luckily in this case it was), FHs obviously, maybe some big pocket pairs? Anyway, I'm probably never going to fold this though, am I?


Poker Stars $0.50/$1 No Limit Hold'em - 6 players - View hand 323876
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CO: $210.40
BTN: $100.00
SB: $100.10
Hero (BB): $112.55
UTG: $53.65
MP: $32.85

Pre Flop: ($1.50) Hero is BB with Q K
4 folds, SB raises to $3, Hero calls $2

Flop: ($6.00) 6 K K (2 players)
SB bets $5, Hero calls $5

Turn: ($16.00) 9 (2 players)
SB bets $14, Hero calls $14

River: ($44.00) J (2 players)
SB bets $17, Hero calls $17


Thanks in advance for helping out,

RAU.
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 12:27pm   #2
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 12:34pm   #3
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Not really. I mean, he probably doesn't open K8-, so we're beat by most Kings he has, except specifically KT. He's not paying off a river raise with anything other than a K methinks, so just calling is fine.
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I think you played it perfectly.
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 4:34pm   #5
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River: ($44.00) J (2 players)
SB bets $17, Hero calls $17
that bet is suspiciously small...smells like pot control.

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Old Oct 13, 2009, 6:52pm   #6
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that bet is suspiciously small...smells like pot control.

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I agree but do you act on that? I still think its a call on the river.
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 7:39pm   #7
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I agree but do you act on that?
Unless I have a good reason not to, yes.

Flop big trips big kicker in position blind vs blind, and all we do is call behind?

That can't be the best line.

It's possible we're being baited with the river bet, but somewhat unlikely. He has no reason to think we have a hand strong enough to raise, nor that we're the kind of player who will pounce on a weak bet...I don't really think many 50c/1 players have a weak lead play in their arsenal either tbh

My instinct is that he was pushing with big cards and hit the jack, so I'd price the bet to get paid by QJ.

Usual caveats apply, there is something to be said for playing carefully at the start of a session or at a new table, but I think we're "well ahead of his range" to use the modern vernacular

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Unless I have a good reason not to, yes.

Flop big trips big kicker in position blind vs blind, and all we do is call behind?

That can't be the best line
I'm with this.


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Anyway, I'm probably never going to fold this though, am I?
If the river bet had been $40 or more, would you call?
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pf i would usually 3bet.

On the flop i think it depends on the villain and your image
what the best line is. If he likes to barrel i think
calling is fine, if you have a looser image and he doesn't barrel
that much anyway raising is the best option, to get maximum
value from Kx and medium pp.

After the flop call, turn is standard, river is actually a bit close.
If he made a normal bet i would just call, but after he bets so small
i am tempted to raise. I think we are basically ahead almost
everytime, especially as i expect to bet him bigger with a FH,
but i am not so sure if he calls with many weaker hands.
So therefore just calling should be fine.
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pf i would usually 3bet.

On the flop i think it depends on the villain and your image
what the best line is. If he likes to barrel i think
calling is fine, if you have a looser image and he doesn't barrel
that much anyway raising is the best option, to get maximum
value from Kx and medium pp.
If you raise the flop you tell him he's either way ahead or way behind, but probably way behind. We can give him some more rope before we hang him.

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After the flop call, turn is standard, river is actually a bit close.
If he made a normal bet i would just call, but after he bets so small
i am tempted to raise. I think we are basically ahead almost
everytime, especially as i expect to bet him bigger with a FH,
but i am not so sure if he calls with many weaker hands.
So therefore just calling should be fine.
We're ahead almost every time but you don't raise because he might fold weaker hands? Value value value value value.

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