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Jj Vs Very Aggressive Villain

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Hello, in my last session I had problems with a villain that seemed a maniac but built a big stack in several tables. He made moves like this, pushing constantly pre.


At around 200 hands he was a 28/20 15bet


PokerStars No-Limit Hold'em, $0.02 BB (6 handed) - PokerStars Converter Tool from http://www.flopturnriver.com/


UTG ($1.41)

MP ($2.03)

CO ($0.95)

Button ($1.30)

SB ($5.07)

Hero (BB) ($2.46)


Preflop: Hero is BB with Jclub.gif, Jheart.gif

4 folds, SB raises to $0.05, Hero raises to $0.15, SB raises to $5.07 (All-In)


Total pot: $0.30


Results below:


SB didn't show

Hero didn't show Jclub.gif, Jheart.gif.



Thank you,

Garen78 - myblog: http://garen.initiapoker.com

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Hellmuthian fist-pump insta-snap-call


If I click the spoiler and he has you beat or you got drawn out on that's just poker.


Only reason to fold here is if we're playing outside of our bankroll and aren't comfortable or if we tilt hard losing semi-biggish pots.


This is a great spot. Click call and print EV


Edit: Oh no we folded the jacks :(

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I'll elaborate and say that while his stats indicate that he's playing laggy I don't think he ships it in with AA here and probably not KK or QQ; much more likely to 4 bet small, 4bet small.


He probably has AK or TT-JJ. With the occasional even smaller pair or complete spaz (and occasional AA/KK)

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If you know villain is that spazzy, and you aren't comfortable getting all the money in preflop, don't reopen the betting here. Just call and play postflop with position. As played, you have to call considering your previous action.

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Oh dear. We'd better stop playing poker and buy savings bonds.

nah. We should have listened to cobalt.

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