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  1. Take all his range. Separate that:a) hands i beatb) hands are ahead of meSo you calculate the combinations of every hand. For example: AKo = We know there is a King on the flop, so there are 4 Aces and 3 Kings out. 4*3=12 combinations.After calculate the combinations of all range you discover how much in % hands that beat us represent of the Ike's entire range. Note: When i say 12 combinations of AK you have to understand that we can play for 11 outs against AK no diamonds and 2 outs against AK w/ diamond. That's why this is so tough spot. Really really difficult to calculate or real equity ag
  2. Hey Phil. Apparently we had the same idea.I didn't think to calculate the EV of a shove pre-flop because in my opinion 30bb is too many chips to flip. But I agree with you that he has a very wide range and therefore most of the time He Folds and we take the pot right away. The small % of the time that he paid our equity against all calling-range is somewhere around 40%. But, i always prefer the 3-bet. Give some infos about his hand and we have the control of the action if he calls.Play Post-flop is really difficult to me take the better decision against Ike, so I 'll never raise his c-bet. If
  3. I would have played differently since i don't find interesting to play post-flop oop vs Isaac Haxton. So I think I'd do the 3-bet and think to call or not whether he moves in ~25bbs. I'd have to know how much chips remaining i'll have if a lost to make that decision. But if i call pre-flop, so i never will raise him on this flop. Just because i can't call his all-in for ~22bb. He could have many flushdraws A-high, some K (K8+), some flushs (QJs, SCdiamonds), some steals that turn into monster hands (42, K2, K4), some PP better than the Eights (9d9, TdT, JdJ of course he can always have 7d7, 6d
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