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  1. The bet on the river was of course a value bet, I wanted to tempt him into calling with the bottom end of his range, like 7s and Ts. I was also prepared to call a raise, but he pushed, and that made me reconsider.He had seemed like pretty straight forward player. I hadn't seen him make any moves up until this point, except maybe floating some flops.
  2. Villain hasn't folded a c-bet for as long as I've been on the table. ~30+ hands. 26/16.Full Tilt No-Limit Hold'em, $0.25 BB (4 handed) Full Tilt Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.com (Format: FCP)Button ($26.85)Hero ($34.60)BB ($19.75) Sitting outUTG ($26.20)Preflop: Hero is SB with Q , A . UTG posts a blind of $0.25. 1 fold, Hero raises to $0.95, UTG (poster) calls $0.60.Flop: ($1.80) T , 5 , 7 (3 players)Hero bets $1, UTG calls $1.Turn: ($3.80) J (3 players)Hero checks, UTG checks.River: ($3.80) K (3 players)Hero bets $1.2, UTG raises to $24.35 (All-In), Hero..?
  3. Villain is 48/14/0,73. Full Tilt PokerNo Limit Holdem Ring gameBlinds: $0.10/$0.256 playersConverterStack sizes:UTG: $33.15UTG+1: $23.90Hero: $25.35Button: $23.80SB: $95.10BB: $23.15Pre-flop: (6 players) Hero is CO with A J UTG calls, UTG+1 folds, Hero raises to $1.1, 3 folds, UTG calls.Flop: A 2 2 ($2.55, 2 players)UTG checks, Hero bets $1.9, UTG calls.Turn: T ($6.35, 2 players)UTG checks, Hero bets $4, UTG calls.River: 8 ($14.35, 2 players)UTG bets $9.5, Hero..?
  4. I think it's pretty weak to raise the flop "for information". He will fold alot of hands that could have given you more value for your hand. And how much is the information really worth against an unknown?Of course, if you *always* raise people who leads into you, you should raise here aswell.
  5. Yeah, you probably have to pay him off here. Flat-calling is not an option if the stacks are what were mentioned above. He will pay you off most of the time with a jack here also.
  6. Doesn't really matter what you already have invested. That money is sunken, it's the pot-odds that matters. But still, you can't fold now, 5,5:1 to play for the rest of your money if called on turn.
  7. Raise more pf, especially OOP. Shove the flop. You will probably get action from (99, TT sometimes,) a J and a spade-draw.
  8. What pos are you in? I know you said EP, but you say you lead out on the flop. You mean after his check right?
  9. Your range is only wider if your opponents don't reraise, but if you end up OOP in a 3+way pot, your AA or KK have virtually turned into 72 on many flops.When you get your desired result - a raise from LP after a couple of limpers - your hand will be face up once you re-pop it.
  10. If you do some math on it, you will see that the table needs to be pretty damn aggressive for limp reraising to be a good move. So I wouldn't do it 98% of the time.
  11. I almost never open-limp, so this is a move I don't really make at all. Seems to be a bad play with aces and kings also, in an agressive game you are more likely to get value from your hand by raising.Also, when playing aganist compotent opponents: If you do this with aces or kings, you have to do it with other hands as well.
  12. Pretty easy c/c if your read is correct. You are ~75% favorite over a random hand here.I would never open shove on the flop with this read. I don't think a player who raises ATC preflop will fold top pair in this spot.
  13. Of course you raise AKs on the button preflop. What else are you suppose to do? It's wise to check behind on the flop against these players. Take the "free" card on the turn. No point in raising when you have the NFD and he makes a $0.25 bet into a $5.50 pot. You don't want to blow of a weaker FD.The way this hand played out, I think we have to felt it on the river. We often see a smaller flush here. Sometimes he has a FH, but, if so, he played it horrible.
  14. OP, I would like to hear your reasoning behind this play?
  15. I'll raise that flop. I don't mind taking it down right here. As played: Depends on the villain. Against an aggressive villain I would try to check-raise, hoping for a second barrel. Against a passive player I would bet around 3/4 the pot.
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