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Set Vs Flush/straight Draw On Flop

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6 Hand game

2€ buy-in (it is a 0.01/0.02 NLH - Microstakes)

Site: Pokerstars (Italy)

Description: Playing a set on a wet flop, turn


Seat 1: vilain1 (€2.41 in chips)

Seat 2: hero (€3.69 in chips)

Seat 3: vilain2 (€2.45 in chips)

Seat 4: vilain3 (€2 in chips)

Seat 5: vilain4 (€2.20 in chips)

Seat 6: vilain5 (€4.30 in chips)

vilain5 posts small blind €0.01

vilain4: posts big blind €0.02

*** HOLE CARDS ***

Dealt to hero [Th Td]

hero: raises €0.04 to €0.06

vilain1: folds

vilain2: raises €0.04 to €0.10

vilain3: folds

vilain4: folds

vilain5: folds

hero: calls €0.04

*** FLOP *** [3c Ks Ts]

hero: checks

vilain2: bets €0.12

hero: raises €0.34 to €0.46

vilain2: calls €0.34

*** TURN *** [3c Ks Ts] [Jd]

hero: checks

vilain2: bets €0.54


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I go ahead and put him all-in here. I would guess he's got Kx here, but idk. Pre-Flop I would have 3-bet him to about .40. I like the flop play Once again, just my thoughts. Really need KingJames or Superjon (they still post occasionally) for better insight tho.

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You can't 3bet pre since he 3bet you.


You could 4bet, but then you're pretty much playing for stacks. I don't love that with TT without really good reads that villain will stack off wide pre flop.


The check raise on the flop is fine. He was the aggressor pre flop, and very likely to cbet that flop.


Not a fan of checking the turn. Too many ugly river cards can come that will kill you're action. As played, I'm raising his turn bet and looking to get it in against AK, KQ, KJ, KT


If he has KK or AQ, then nice hand and move on.

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