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    Default AT - flop tptk, snap off vs jam?

    villain is 19-13-5 and doesn't fold to cbets (normally calls though) over small sample; I think he's reg but he seems spew-ridden and i've stacked him twice this session at another table cos value-betting. He's pretty much calling all my preflop raises now when he has position and isn't folding much.
    I wanted to snap this off but i managed to pause a couple of seconds before making a decision

    $0.50/$1 No Limit Holdem
    5 Players
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    Stacks:
    UTG ($98.15) 98bb
    CO ($131.10) 131bb
    BTN ($116.60) 117bb
    daven (SB) ($100) 100bb
    BB ($65) 65bb

    Pre-Flop: ($1.50, 5 players) daven is SB
    3 folds, daven raises to $3, BB calls $2

    Flop: ($6, 2 players)
    daven bets $4.20, BB goes all-in $62,
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    Interesting that he decided to shove here when he'd been calling. I think he has plenty of draws and overcards with very few overpairs in his range and some sets & two pair that makes calling ok here however I'd be slightly confused by him shoving.
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    There are a lot of ways to rationalize calling here. You'd have bet bet bet him anyway, this is a hand you're happy putting in 60bb with, etc. etc.
    I'd call this for sure, but I think its probably pretty close. They just have T7 or KK or something here so so much of the time. I think i'd fold if his stack were a bit more than this.
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    I'm snap calling this in a blind battle 65bb deep with a possibly tilting reg.
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    Tough situation and to be honest I am struggling to work out where you should go from here. I can see the justification for calling but it is anything but clearcut. Be interested to hear how this one ended up.
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    Easy call imo, and I'm pretty happy about it.
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    i'd call but folding this session due to your history
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    cheers, i was pretty happy when i called and he flipped a couple of overs. Then i thought it was worth checking that my call wasn't just fish-tilt being positively reinforced by results.
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    I don´t know very well , fold is better i guess without status
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razvan729 View Post
    i'd call but folding this session due to your history
    Considering that OP is playing multi-tables with this guy and seems to have gotten into his head, I would have to call because of the tilt factor. Can you give me some insight on why you would fold due to it?
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    daven got him twice by value so his image is good.villain now chasing IP/ this hand is OOP and there are lots of cards that would stop daven from giving money w/ his Tx/overpairs by turn/river so i thought villain shoves for value vs these.
    but i was wrong.
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