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  1. #1
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    Default standard with pro shortstacker? 2 hands

    villain in both hands is a pro shortstacker who sometimes stays after doubling up
    15-12-5 (vpip/pfr/3b)
    70% fold to 3b, 13% 4b, 6% squeeze.

    both lines soup standard abc or am i missing something?


    $0.25/$0.50 No Limit Holdem
    9 Players
    Hand Conversion Powered by weaktight.com

    Stacks:
    UTG ($50) 100bb
    UTG+1 ($87.60) 175bb
    MP1 ($18.50) 37bb
    MP2 ($41.60) 83bb
    daven (MP3) ($87.10) 174bb
    CO ($40.30) 81bb
    BTN ($61.70) 123bb
    SB ($13.60) 27bb
    BB ($41.60) 83bb

    Pre-Flop: ($0.75, 9 players) daven is MP3
    3 folds, MP2 calls $0.50, daven raises to $2.25, 3 folds, BB raises to $5.50, MP2 folds, daven calls $3.25

    Flop: ($11.75, 2 players)
    BB bets $5.85, daven calls $5.85

    Turn: ($23.45, 2 players)
    BB bets $11.70, daven raises to $58.55,


    UTG raiser is nit end of tag, solid

    $0.25/$0.50 No Limit Holdem
    9 Players
    Hand Conversion Powered by weaktight.com

    Stacks:
    UTG ($77.05) 154bb
    UTG+1 ($92.70) 185bb
    MP1 ($50.75) 102bb
    MP2 ($24.90) 50bb
    daven (MP3) ($83.90) 168bb
    CO ($47.80) 96bb
    BTN ($51.10) 102bb
    SB ($14.10) 28bb
    BB ($20) 40bb

    Pre-Flop: ($0.75, 9 players) daven is MP3
    UTG raises to $1.50, 3 folds, daven calls $1.50, 3 folds, BB raises to $4, UTG folds, daven raises to $21,
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    I'm 4b calling off both, so I think the second hand is fine.

    First hand as played I'm raising flop.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-Z
    I'm a couple hands down and I'm tryin' to get back
    I gave the other grip, I lost a flip for five stacks
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    Just min4b IP, and min4b +1 OOP and call it a day.
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    Due to the bet/stack sizing I like a 4bet shove in hand 1. You're probably shoving AK in this spot and doing it with KK gives you some good balance.

    Hand 2 is standard (after the preflop call, which I think is good to mix in every now and then)
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    I'll disagree with griffey on hand one. I think AQ is pretty likely to fold the flop to a raise so you're just redlining the pot when you raise there. There aren't a lot of live-equity hands against us in his range so I don't think its a particularly profitable redline either, with 8% equity when called.

    Depending how much you know about him, the turn could be just a fold. But i def prefer shoving here to raising the flop, or 4-betting pre for that matter.


    What was his 3-bet % vs a HJ open?
    Last edited by Renton; 01-26-2014 at 06:49 PM.
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    In the 1st hand I'd just call turn and river, or bet river if he fails to cbet it, and #2 is a 4bet preflop, The stack is the typical stack taught at shortstackers' couching site, they teach them to call pretty wide.
    If things were to magically revert to January 1st, 2003, only I could take everything I know now in terms of poker ability/knowledge, bonus clearing, etc., I think it's safe to say that it would be trivially easy to make over a million dollars.

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