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  1. #1

    Default Bluff #2

    Villain is a tightish 14/12 4% 3bet and thinks I'm too tight.


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    saw flop

    Hero (BB) ($418)
    UTG ($881.70)
    UTG+1 ($400)
    MP1 ($423.60)
    MP2 ($394)
    MP3 ($400)
    CO ($369.95)
    Button ($454.85)
    SB ($714.95)

    Preflop: Hero is BB with 8, 8
    UTG bets $12, 7 folds, Hero calls $8

    Flop: ($26) 4, 5, 7 (2 players)
    Hero checks, UTG bets $16, Hero raises to $52, UTG calls $36

    Turn: ($130) J (2 players)
    Hero bets $92, UTG calls $92

    River: ($314) Q (2 players)
    Hero bets $262 (All-In)
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    I think that's a pretty bad river card to bluff on - he's calling your flop check-raise with overpairs and flush draws right?
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    I think I would just give up on the turn a lot here, but betting is ok and as played I think you need to push river (although it doesn't really change much since you don't turn up with a flush very often at all.. AcKc and that's it.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by badgers
    I think I would just give up on the turn a lot here, but betting is ok and as played I think you need to push river (although it doesn't really change much since you don't turn up with a flush very often at all.. AcKc and that's it.)
    shoving river is best option after i think you know you're trying to get him off a hand on the turn - my only problem with the river is that you have teh nuts or something my UTG range beats so im not folding here very often.

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