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    Default 100nl rivered flush on bad board

    Villain is 25/20/5.4%, very good and solid reg. I've caught him bluffing three streets a few times, but only in 3bet pots. Steals from SB wider than most.

    SB ($110)
    Hero ($112)
    CO ($101)
    BTN ($135)

    Dealt to Hero 7 A
    fold, fold, SB raises to $3, Hero calls $2

    FLOP ($6) 3 5 J
    SB bets $4, Hero calls $4

    TURN ($14) 3 5 J J
    SB bets $10, Hero calls $10

    RIVER ($34) 3 5 J J 3
    SB bets $18, Hero?


  2. #2
    Is he capable of going for thin value?

    Half potting overpairs, trying to get a call out of some midpair? Half potting lower flushes?

    I'll just call.
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    def just call. i know its tempting b/c he made it half pot, if it would be bigger std "just call" right?
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    its not even close though, and I like villain's sizing a lot!
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    Just to clarify... is the question between call or raise, or between call or fold?
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    Do you really think fold is an option? Wait what yr are we in :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by pocketfours View Post
    Villain is 25/20/5.4%, very good and solid reg. I've caught him bluffing three streets a few times, but only in 3bet pots. Steals from SB wider than most.
    So are you contemplating raising to induce him to bluff? I'm not sure I understand the question in this hand.

    Call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by griffey24 View Post
    Just to clarify... is the question between call or raise, or between call or fold?
    You have three options available. You are free to choose whichever one you prefer.


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    hmmmm its tempting to make it $43 but i dont think theres enough air in our turn calling range for us to rep a river bluff
  10. #10
    No raise on the flop?

    I prob call river, too thin. Who knows if he calls worse and it's not clear that we have him beat.
  11. #11
    I'd just call, I don't think there are worse hands that would call. More likely even a re-shove, and then?
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    A raise would be a fun merge, but I actually decided to fold.


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    you decided to fold? Why did you call the other two streets that were higher bets compaired to pot. bad pot odds on the turn and even the flop and you don't call when you catch. I don't understand. 18 more to call less than what you spent allready no brainer, no? That being said I would not raise in the long run it would only hurt unless a value maybee.
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    Just call because he have some Jacks in is range. That´s only what i put him when he donk bet flop...But he also have some bluffs and 66-88 or 5x

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