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Old Jul 22, 2010, 12:01pm   #11
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just a thought, it could have been an option, to just call, first, because with the reraise you want the pot to be big and to know if you're looking good,bad or ahead completely. So if he raised 6xbb i wouldn't care too much of the pot being little cuz it's obvious (in most of the times) that the vilain is going to push postflop.

So, if you dont have that many hands to literally put him on a close range, a call and a slow play if no other overcards come to you, or maybe raising on flop to his cbet could be fine too.
questions: Do you think QQ is ahead of his preflop 3bet-Calling range?

Do you now the probabilty to see a flop without overcards to your QQ?
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Old Jul 28, 2010, 4:10pm   #12
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Do you now the probabilty to see a flop without overcards to your QQ?

Assuming one player has QQ and the other player has AK: 42/48 X 41/48 X 40/48 = around 62%

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