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    Default follow up turn?

    villain was an aggro nit somehting like 15/13 and had been active postflop , sa him CR a couple of times but it smelled like fps , not repping much or either he was just overplaying his typical nithands.

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    SB ($9.90)
    BB ($10)
    UTG ($10.94)
    MP ($14.32)
    CO ($20.31)
    Hero (Button) ($9.85)

    Preflop: Hero is Button with 7, 6
    UTG bets $0.30, 2 folds, Hero calls $0.30, SB calls $0.25, 1 fold

    Flop: ($1) 7, 9, 3 (3 players)
    SB checks, UTG bets $0.60, Hero raises $2, 1 fold, UTG calls $1.40

    Turn: ($5) K (2 players)
    UTG checks, hero?
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    fold pre if you don't have more info than seems solid TAG, 15-13 isn't really that nit. What is your rationale for raising flop? nothing wrong with over-repping, but is that your intent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daven View Post
    fold pre if you don't have more info than seems solid TAG, 15-13 isn't really that nit. What is your rationale for raising flop? nothing wrong with over-repping, but is that your intent?
    well i had been a good boy and folding alot to this guy postflop when he got aggro and i felt this flop kind of smacked my BTN range. so yeah had my hopes put on overrepping sets/ flushdraws/combodraws
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    Fire again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fnord View Post
    Fire again.
    jow Fnord. ur preferred sizing here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daven View Post
    fold pre if you don't have more info than seems solid TAG, 15-13 isn't really that nit. What is your rationale for raising flop? nothing wrong with over-repping, but is that your intent?
    He's bluffing with 5 outs on the flop which is perfectly fine in this situation imo. Now fire again and TID a huge % of the time. Bet something big enough to have FE v all his now 2nd pair but small enough to make it look like there's a scary river bet inc. Actually it might be better to just get him to call turn like 100% to fold rivers or w/e. Makes us more money etc. and if we bink a 7 or 6 we can make some gay 1/3 pot size value bet.
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    i like raising a hell of a lot more than calling most certainly fire the turn
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    spoiler : i bet 3 into 5 on turn and villain shoved. TO me that looked like flopped sets ( rather small part of his range imho) AA with a spade turned set of kings or AK with a spade. THink i've bet a bit too big. Probably 1/2 psb would have had the same result
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    Oh well, you either ran into a hand or he figured out what you were up to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLongGrind View Post
    spoiler : i bet 3 into 5 on turn and villain shoved. TO me that looked like flopped sets ( rather small part of his range imho) AA with a spade turned set of kings or AK with a spade. THink i've bet a bit too big. Probably 1/2 psb would have had the same result
    AQss/AJss are in his range. Not many sets. AsKx/AsAx/KK too. Firing turn folds out his TT-QQ, 88, Tx and even some of his AK.

    just cos it's interesting: list the combos of hands that he has, what % of these fold on the turn? What % of the time do you win at showdown vs the hands he calls the turn with? -> you can figure out how often he needs to fold the turn = what your fold equity needs to be

    nh sir.
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    With 76s, you decided to try to outplay a tight player who opened UTG, and he smells like fps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjonius View Post
    With 76s, you decided to try to outplay a tight player who opened UTG, and he smells like fps?
    solid contribution bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icanhastreebet View Post
    Actually it might be better to just get him to call turn like 100% to fold rivers or w/e.
    This thought process gives me a boner.

    I'm folding pre like always. Why aren't you autorebuyfullstack?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    This thought process gives me a boner.

    I'm folding pre like always. Why aren't you autorebuyfullstack?
    Ongame crapsoftware. no autorebuy. Tilts me hard but for some reason the autoreload ahk script i found somewhere isn't working properly
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    Fair enough. As you were...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OngBonga View Post
    Fair enough. As you were...
    have a nice day Lieutenant
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLongGrind View Post
    have a nice day Lieutenant
    I did, thanks.
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